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How to Configure UC520-16U-4FXO-K9 as a Voice gateway ?

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I have Cisco UC520-16U-4FXO-K9, and I want to use this in my Lab as my Voice Gateway and it does have the ISDN 2 BRI's, Can I configure this as a Voice-Gateway for call testing purpose?
When I try to add this to the Call Manager 6 Gateway option, I don't see the name of UC520 in the list ? Any help or documentation will be appreciated.

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You cannt add this device as a MGCP gateway.but you can add this as a h323 gateway.
Call manager will show only the gateways names that can use as a mgcp gateay.
Choose as a h323 gateay from the gateway list.
it will work for you.
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