This guide provides Cisco Media Gateway Manager (Cisco MGM) users with the detailed information they need to configure, manage, and troubleshoot Cisco MGX 8000 Series Carrier Voice Gateway (CVG) networks that employ Cisco's MGX PXM1, PXM1-E, and PXM45 Processor Switch Modules and/or Voice Interworking Service Module (VISM/VISM-PR).
This guide is meant to be used by network operators and administrators who have experience in telecommunications networks, protocols, and equipment and who are familiar with data communications networks, protocols, and equipment.
This guide contains instructions for installing the Cisco MGM software and configuring Cisco MGX 8000 Series CVGs.
This guide contains the following chapters:
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