Wednesday, 16 September 2015

CUCM vs. CUBE


Feature CUCM CUBE
Protocol Translation SIP
H323
MGCP
SIP
H323
Scripting for SIP Normalisation and Transparency
Modification of SIP Messages
Modification of SDP Content
Storage and re-use of values
Very Powerful
Yes
Yes
Yes
Good
Yes
Yes
RegExp
DTMF translation
RFC 2833 NTE, KPML, Unsolicited Notify,H245 Signal, H245 Alpha, Cisco NTE
Yes Yes
Voice Transcoding Yes Yes
Media Flow Around (MFA) Yes Yes
Media Flow Through (MFT) No Yes
Call Admission Control
Basic Call Counting
Per Call Bandwidth Aware Call Counting
RSVP
Yes
Enhanced Locations CAC
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes (MFT only)
User Interface
Basic Tasks
Complex Tasks
Managing 1000s of entries
GUI
GUI
GUI
Very Good
GUI & CLI
GUI
CLI
Fair
Path Replacement QSIG based SIP based
Secure RTP & TLS Yes Yes
Connections only from Trusted IP
Addresses
Yes Yes
OPTIONS Ping
Send and Receive
Yes Yes
Off Box stateful redundancy for SIP signalling Planned Yes
Digit Manipulation for Dial Plan Normalisation. Forced On Net, Tail End Hop Off
Can easily manage very large dial plans
Very powerful
Yes
Good
No
External Call Control /Policy interface Yes CURRI Yes UC Services API
Voice Conferencing Yes Yes
Video Trans-rating Yes Yes
Phone Registration Yes Yes
Advanced Media Interworking (Noise Cancellation etc) No Yes
TDM Voice Interfaces (Analogue, Q931 and QSIG) No Yes
WAN Interfaces No Yes
QSIG Features e.g. Call back on Busy Yes No
Voice XML No Yes
Registration and management of Internet based Phones with encryption Yes No
Survivable Remote Site Telephony(SRST) No Yes
Gatekeeper Functionality No Yes
Advanced IP Routing Suite No Yes
Firewall No Yes
Intrusion Prevention System No Yes
Service Advertisement Framework (SAF) Yes Yes
SIP Pre-conditions for RSVP based CAC Yes Yes

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