I understand Real Presence Mobile (as well as m100) rely on H.323 for communications. My environment is using H.320 ISDN and I am inquiring on what the best solution would be to implement either RP Mobile or m100. I understand there are gateway's to take care of these instances, however I am confused on a few variables.
We want remote users to join ongoing VTC sessions, however as we are most running ISDN, does that mean each site requires a gateway?
Also, where does a MCU (bridge) come in the picture? If site A is running a Polycom HDX8000 over ISDN and integrates the gateway to go to IP for the H.323 of RP Mobile, and the host site connects to Site B also on ISDN, how do things work for the connection and for the remote party joining the session. Does he just dial into the gateway which redirects to the ISDN session the host originated?
Thanks for any help you can provide.
Can a Gateway be integrated without directly integrating with an MCU? Or are you referring to the RMX as the MCU? Perhaps I'm confusing the terminology.
The reason I ask is the MCU is offsite and handles many locations multipoint needs. We would want to integrate a solution at 1 site that would allow the remote RP mobile calls to get channeled through to allow the H.323 to connect to the H.320 conference calls.