The GVP 8.5 deployment supports the following connectors:
- The CTI Connector acts as a SIP B2B UA to provide a SIP interface to the GVP components. It communicates with CTI by using the following protocols and interfaces:
- ML over TCP/IP with Genesys IVR Server
- GED-125 interface over TCP/IP with Cisco ICM.
- The CTI Connector acts as a border element within GVP, interfacing with the CTI network on one side, and through the Resource Manager, interacts with the Media Control Platform on the other side.
- For more information about the CTI Connector, see CTI Connector in the GVP Deployment Guide. For the CTI Connector configuration options, see CTI Connector Options in this document.
- The UCM Connector is a stand alone component, which acts as a gateway between Cisco T-Servers (a Genesys component) and switches, and GVP to provide media services.
- Cisco T-Server communicates with Cisco switches by using CP4SM (a Genesys proprietary protocol) rather than the SIP communication protocol. The UCM Connector performs the translation between CP4SM messages and SIP events.
- For more information about the UCM Connector, see Connector Overview in the Genesys Media Server Deployment Guide. For the UCM Connector configuration options, see UCM Connector Options in this document.
- The PSTN Connector is a stand-alone component that provides connectivity to traditional telephony networks and equipment, such as a private branch exchange (PBX) or automatic call distribution (ACD). Used for existing deployments that use Dialogic TDM cards; the PSTN Connector provides seamless integration and migration to the IP-based GVP 8.5 architecture.
- For more information about the PSTN Connector, see PSTN Connector in the GVP Deployment Guide. For the PSTN Connector configuration options, see PSTN Connector Options in this document.
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