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Newbie question about RMX, SIP, and H.323?

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Newbie question about RMX, SIP, and H.323?

So my question is this, can a RMX1500 with the MPM+ card (or whatever the newest card is) act as a gateway between H.323 and SIP in the video/audio world?

 

I have all of this Polycom infrastructure equipment (RMX, CMA, RSS, VMC), Lync 2010, and Avaya CM6 phone system (H.323) and want to see about interoperability between it all.

 

Thanks.

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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Newbie question about RMX, SIP, and H.323?

Hi,

 

without going into to much detail I assume a DMA is what you are after to linking your products and technologies together.

 

See => here <=

 

The RMX can do LYNC or SIP but not both together.

 

Best to speak to your  Polycom Reseller.

 

Best Regards

 

Steffen Baier




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Re: Newbie question about RMX, SIP, and H.323?

Although the RMX is not a 'gateway' it can interact with each of those standards as well as Lync.  For true peer-to-peer calling the DMA would provide that capability as mentioned., but the RMX bridge can be used as a 'meet-in-the-middle' solution where users on all those disparate endpoints could call into the same virtual meeting room.

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