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The ECHO - Cisco Connection: ECHO, and How It Interacts with Cisco's CallManager
ECHO's direct digital integration with Cisco's VoIP network enables the pooling of voice VLAN ports through SPAN or RSPAN. ECHO then groups and monitors these ports according to the customer's business strategies.
ECHO interfaces directly to Cisco's IP telephony switch. This ease of integration results from a design based upon existing network architecture. No conversion or extra equipment is necessary because ECHO utilizes features native to Cisco's switch. This eliminates failures typical of physical connections and overhead associated with wiring directly into phone extensions.
The benefits of ECHO-Cisco integration are:
- Seamless integration - ECHO and CallManager share the existing Cisco network as independent services.
- Flexible and scalable - The versatility of ECHO's open modular design adapts to any telephony monitoring need.
- Compliance with Cisco's VoIP Monitor Server Best Practices - ECHO's design.
- 11 Jul 2008
- 01 Jul 2007
- 7 Page(s)
- White Paper