call rsvp-sync

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  1. homerun

    homerun

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    Resetting a Cisco 2620 router to the default configuration shows that "call rsvp-sync" is one of the default commands. I found this definition - "Enables synchronization between Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) signaling and the voice signaling protocol."

    I presume this command is not necessary if VOIP is not involved. Does anyone know any reason why this command should or should not be disabled.

    Rich
     
    homerun, Dec 26, 2007
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