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Posted on 2012-04-12
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My client has a 7T1s private line connection to the MPLS service. The router has dial-peer VoIP implemented in it. Now, he wants to get new Cisco routers and move to an Ethernet MPLS service type of access. The pricing for 7 T1 card on a 2921 is $7K. So it makes sense to move to an ethernet to access to the MPLS cloud. I am not a voice guy so the big question is will my VoIP dial-peer be affected by this access change? Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thx
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you will want to make sure that the device is a voice capable router. There are a few gotchas, your best bet is to go with a voice bundle as they have the dsp resources installed. You may not need them and could get away with just a voice license, but it is such a small amount of money it is not worth it. Why not post a sanitized (public IPs) config and let us double-check it.
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