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And how can it be configured as such? We don't need transcoding or anything like that, just something between our switch and the internet.

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The Cisco AS5350XM Universal Gateway can meet service provider and enterprise session-border-controller (SBC) requirements through support for the Cisco Multiservice IP-to-IP Gateway, an integrated Cisco IOS® Software application that facilitates connectivity between independent VoIP and video networks.

You need an IOS release with Multiservice support (now called Cisco Unified Border Element, formally Multiservice IP-to-IP Gateway).

If you go here:

You can click on Search By Feature, and put in Multiservice. It looks like you need at least IP+ or Enterprise and 12.4 to get that feature on the AS5350XM.

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I have the non-XM version. Is it possible at all? – Alo Sep 14 '11 at 1:24
No, not with the nonXM. – polynomial Sep 14 '11 at 22:29

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