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Lab Guide

CUCMBE v7

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition ver 7.0

Objective: To gain hands on experience installing CUCMBE, configuring call processing, hunt groups, Cisco Unity Connection, Cisco Attendant Console, Mobility as well as viewing real time reporting information using the Real Time Reporting Tool (RTMT).

Task 1 - Log into the Remote Lab Machine and initialize the installation process for CUCMBE

Step 1: Keyboard Alt+R / Click on start Run to execute the run windows as shown below.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition ver 7.0 Objective: To gain hands on experience installing CUCMBE,
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition ver 7.0 Objective: To gain hands on experience installing CUCMBE,

Step 2: Click on “Yes”.

Step 3: We will be using the RDP software to access the labs. The username and

Step 3: We will be using the RDP software to access the labs. The username and password will be assigned to you by the instructor.

Step 4: There are 3 Windows XP workstations running the IP Communicator. These workstations are hosted on the Vmware server on the remote lab machine. You will be required to access these machine when instructed to do so in the lab guide.

CUCMBE v7 IP address 172.19.83.1
CUCMBE v7
IP address
172.19.83.1

Step 5:

Locate the VMware Server Console icon

below will appear.

Step 5: Locate the VMware Server Console icon below will appear. and double click on it.

and double click on it. The window pictured

Step 5: Locate the VMware Server Console icon below will appear. and double click on it.

Step 6: Connect to the local host.

Step 7:

The following screen will appear. Click once on CUCMBE-install to bring the focus to the image.

Step 5: Locate the VMware Server Console icon below will appear. and double click on it.

Step 8: Click on the green arrow to start the image.

This will automatically launch the installation disk on the Cisco server. This screen will appear. We

This will automatically launch the installation disk on the Cisco server. This screen will appear.

This will automatically launch the installation disk on the Cisco server. This screen will appear. We

We will use a Vmware image to practise the installation of CUCM Business Edition. For the purposes of this lab the mechanical process of putting the DVD in a physical drive is circumvented through the use of the VM Ware software. The screens and processes that will be followed in this lab will mirror the Communications Manager Business Edition DVD installation process.

Task 2 - Completing the installation process of CUCMBE

Step 1: Once all the text stops moving, the installation screen will appear. At this point the mouse is not supported so the navigation arrows of the laptop keyboard need to be used.

Note: On an IBM laptop these will be below the Enter key  

Note: Navigation will be a little tricky here. Make sure to click once on the blue back ground to bring the keyboard focus to the correct screen.

Step 2: Choose the NO option and press the Enter key.

Step 3: The following screen will appear. Use the arrow keys   of the laptop

Step 3: The following screen will appear. Use the arrow keys  of the laptop to choose Agree. Press Enter.

Step 3: The following screen will appear. Use the arrow keys   of the laptop

Step 4: The next screen will bring up the option for installing the Cisco Unified Communication Manager, Business Edition. Navigate and choose Business Edition (using the space bar to mark this version for the installation) click OK and press Enter to continue.

Note: Use the up – down keys and the space bar to make selections. Use the tab button to move on to the OK button.

Step 5: To continue with the version on this DVD, select Yes and press Enter to

Step 5: To continue with the version on this DVD, select Yes and press Enter to proceed with the installation

Step 5: To continue with the version on this DVD, select Yes and press Enter to

Step 6: Select Proceed and press Enter

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Step 7: Press Enter to continue

Step 7: Press Enter to continue The screen below is very similar to the screen presented

The screen below is very similar to the screen presented when setting up regular Communications Manager 7.0. The only difference is that with CUCM Business edition Unity Connection will install behind the scenes. Step 8: Select the time zone using   . Use the TAB button to move the cursor to OK and press Enter.

Step 7: Press Enter to continue The screen below is very similar to the screen presented

Step 9: The Cisco install documentation recommends that auto negotiation be disabled. Select No and press Enter.

Step 9: The Cisco install documentation recommends that auto negotiation be disabled. Select No and press

Step 10: Select the 100 Megabit and Full duplex options. Select OK.

Step 9: The Cisco install documentation recommends that auto negotiation be disabled. Select No and press
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Step 11: Select No for DHCP

Step 11: Select No for DHCP Step 12: Enter the Host name, IP address, IP mask,

Step 12: Enter the Host name, IP address, IP mask, and default gateway address based on the information seen in this screen shot. Select OK and press Enter

Step 11: Select No for DHCP Step 12: Enter the Host name, IP address, IP mask,

Step 13: Disable DNS

Step 13: Disable DNS Step 14: Set Admin Rights (username administrator, password C1sco123) Cisco Unified Communications

Step 14: Set Admin Rights (username administrator, password C1sco123)

Step 13: Disable DNS Step 14: Set Admin Rights (username administrator, password C1sco123) Cisco Unified Communications

Step 15: Input the Certificate Information as seen in this screen shot.

Step 15: Input the Certificate Information as seen in this screen shot. Step 16: Disable NTP

Step 16: Disable NTP

Step 15: Input the Certificate Information as seen in this screen shot. Step 16: Disable NTP

Step 17: Configure Date and Time

Step 18: Set Security Password – use C1sco123 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition Page 15

Step 18: Set Security Password – use C1sco123

Step 18: Set Security Password – use C1sco123 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition Page 15

Step 19: Disable SMTP Services

Step 19: Disable SMTP Services Step 20: Enter Application User Information (username student, password C1sco123) Cisco

Step 20: Enter Application User Information (username student, password C1sco123)

Step 19: Disable SMTP Services Step 20: Enter Application User Information (username student, password C1sco123) Cisco

Step 21: This is the point at which the software would normally be installed. DO NOT CLICK

OK!

Step 22: Click Cancel.

Step 21: This is the point at which the software would normally be installed. DO NOT

Step 23: Click OK.

Step 21: This is the point at which the software would normally be installed. DO NOT

The system will identify that the install is exited and will shut down. Once the message ‘you may safely reboot your system’ proceed to Step 24.

The system will identify that the install is exited and will shut down. Once the message

Step 24: Press Ctrl-Alt to bring the focus back to the mouse.

Step 25: Click the red button to stop the VMWare image. Once the image has shut down, close the VMWare server console window.

The system will identify that the install is exited and will shut down. Once the message
The system will identify that the install is exited and will shut down. Once the message
The system will identify that the install is exited and will shut down. Once the message

This portion of the lab in now complete. Please continue with the next task.

Task 3 - Connect to the Unified CM Administration Interface

From the Remote Lab Machine:

Step 1: Access the Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.0 Administration page by clicking the Internet Explorer icon on the desktop that is labeled CCMAdmin.

Note: To access the Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.0 administration page, Microsoft Internet Explorer is

required.*-

Task 3 - Connect to the Unified CM Administration Interface From the Remote Lab Machine: Step

Step 2: Click Yes to accept the SSL Security Certificate.

Task 3 - Connect to the Unified CM Administration Interface From the Remote Lab Machine: Step

Step 3: Login with username “CCMAdministrator” and password “C1sco123”.

Step 3: Login with username “CCMAdministrator” and password “C1sco123”. Activity Verification This task is completed when

Activity Verification

This task is completed when this result is attained:

Cisco Unified CM Administration Pages can be viewed.

Step 3: Login with username “CCMAdministrator” and password “C1sco123”. Activity Verification This task is completed when

Task 4 - Viewing updated menus in Cisco Unified CM Administration 7.0

Note: To improve Communications Manager GUI navigation when using Laptops with a smaller screen, scroll to the right of the Communications Manager GUI and maximize the IE screen as shown below. Use the right and lower scroll bars to navigate the entire Communications Manager GUI screen. Step 1: Go through the menus on the Unified CM Administration Page to get familiar with the menu layouts. Note: To view any of the submenus hover over the main menu item with the mouse.

Task 4 - Viewing updated menus in Cisco Unified CM Administration 7.0 Note: To improve Communications

Step 2: Note any differences or additions in the menus from previous versions of the Communications Manager appliance.

Note: Navigation from Unified CM Administration to Unified Serviceability or to Unity Connection is done via selecting the module from the drop down list at the top right hand corner and clicking Go.

Task 4 - Viewing updated menus in Cisco Unified CM Administration 7.0 Note: To improve Communications

Activity Verification

This task is complete when this result is attained:

Reviewed all the menus in Cisco Unified CM Administration Page.

Task 5 - Configuring Call Control with CUCMBE

This module will show the configuration steps necessary to enable essential services and configure call control within CUCMBE

Step 1: Select Cisco Unified Serviceability from the Navigation panel and then click Go.

Task 5 - Configuring Call Control with CUCMBE This module will show the configuration steps necessary

Step 2: Select Tools/Service Activation Step 3: Make sure the correct server is selected CUCMBELab (172.19.83.1), Click Set to Default

Task 5 - Configuring Call Control with CUCMBE This module will show the configuration steps necessary

Step 4: A pop up box will open, click OK

Task 5 - Configuring Call Control with CUCMBE This module will show the configuration steps necessary

Step 5: Select Cisco Unified DHCP Monitoring Service, and IP Voice Media Streaming Application.

Step 5: Select Cisco Unified DHCP Monitoring Service, and IP Voice Media Streaming Application. Step 6:

Step 6: Click Save. Step 7: Another pop up box will open, click OK

Step 5: Select Cisco Unified DHCP Monitoring Service, and IP Voice Media Streaming Application. Step 6:

Step 8: Select Tools / Control Center - Feature Services to ensure that the Cisco CallManager service is up

and running. Another way to jump to Control Center – Feature Services is by using the related links drop down list on the right hand side of the screen and clicking Go.

Step 5: Select Cisco Unified DHCP Monitoring Service, and IP Voice Media Streaming Application. Step 6:

Essential Call Control Services are now enabled. Do not log out. Continue on with Task 6.

Task 6 - License Verification

Step 1: From the Navigation drop down list select Cisco Unified CM Administration and click Go

Step 1: From the Navigation drop down list select Cisco Unified CM Administration and click Go

Step 2: From the System menu, Select Licensing (it’s right at the bottom) License Unit Report and verify that there are enough units remaining.

Step 1: From the Navigation drop down list select Cisco Unified CM Administration and click Go

Continue on with Task 7.

Task 7 – Enable Auto Registration

Step 1: Select System Cisco Unified CM Step 2: Click on Find Step 3: Click on CM_CUCMBELab

Step 1: From the Navigation drop down list select Cisco Unified CM Administration and click Go

Step 4: Under Auto-Registration Information, type 1001 as Starting Directory Number

Step 5: Under Auto-Registration Information, type 1009 as Ending Directory Number (disregard any Invalid Range Warnings)

Step 6: Ensure that the Auto-Registration Disabled box is NOT checked Step 7: Click Save

Step 5: Under Auto-Registration Information, type 1009 as Ending Directory Number (disregard any Invalid Range Warnings)

Do not log out. Continue on with Task 8.

Task 8 - Register Phones with Communications Manager

Note: Further on there will be a requirement to initiate a remote desktop sessions to Workstations 2 and 3. Do not launch these until requested to do so.

Minimize the Cisco Unified CM Administration screen to view the desktop of the Remote Logon Machine. Step 1: Switch to the VMWare server console and locate the XP_WKS1 icon Click on the XP_WKS1 icon and logon using Username: Student and Password: test$1234

Task 8 - Register Phones with Communications Manager Note: Further on there will be a requirement

Step 2: From the Workstation1, double click on the Cisco IP Communicator icon to launch the application.

Task 8 - Register Phones with Communications Manager Note: Further on there will be a requirement

Step 3: If requested, click Cancel to force the Tuning Wizard to launch.

Task 8 - Register Phones with Communications Manager Note: Further on there will be a requirement

Step 4: If requested, step through the Audio Tuning Wizard (keep default settings) to complete the application launch.

Step 5: Close Cisco IP Communicator and launch it a second time. Note: IPC may not

Step 5: Close Cisco IP Communicator and launch it a second time.

Step 5: Close Cisco IP Communicator and launch it a second time. Note: IPC may not

Note: IPC may not register with an extension or with the correct MAC address. Follow these troubleshooting tips to resolve these issues.

Step 5.1: From the Menu drop down select Preferences

Step 5: Close Cisco IP Communicator and launch it a second time. Note: IPC may not

Step 5.2: Select the Network Tab at the top A. Select the AMD PCNet Adapter from the drop down list as the Network Adapter If this message appears – Click OK

Step 5.2: Select the Network Tab at the top A. Select the AMD PCNet Adapter from

B: Change the IP address of the TFTP server to 172.19.83.1 and remove any references to a second TFTP server.

Step 5.2: Select the Network Tab at the top A. Select the AMD PCNet Adapter from

Step 5.3: Click OK Step 5.4: Shutdown and restart the IP Communicator.

Step 5.2: Select the Network Tab at the top A. Select the AMD PCNet Adapter from

This window may appear showing software auto update for the IP Communicator. This is normal behavior.

Step 6: Similarly switch to Workstation 2 by clicking on the XP_WKS2 icon in the VMWare console and repeat step 1-5 to setup the IP Communicator on Workstation 2

Step 7: Next, switch to Workstation 3 by clicking on XP_WKS3 icon in the VMWare console and repeat step 1-5 to setup the IP Communicator on Workstation 3

To view all 3 IP phones at the same time, we will connect to each of the Workstations via RDP Turn the audio volume up on your local PC or laptop. Leave the terminal session open.

Note: The sound from Remote Login Machine is going to be forwarded to the laptop.

Step 8: Connect via RDP to Workstation 1. (172.19.83.3) While connecting using RDP, make sure that you configure the “Remote Computer Sound” to “Leave at Remote Computer”as the IP Communicator does not support using the MS RDP Audio Device

This window may appear showing software auto update for the IP Communicator. This is normal behavior.

Step 9: Similarly, connect via RDP to Workstation 2 (172.19.83.4) and Workstation 3 (172.19.83.5). Step 10: Once connected, make sure that the IP Communicator is running on all 3 workstations. Step 11: From the Remote Lab Machine, if not already logged in, login to CUCM Administration. Step 12: From the Device menu select Phone

Step 13: Click Find to query the database for an existing extensions list. Three IP Communicator

Step 13: Click Find to query the database for an existing extensions list.

Step 13: Click Find to query the database for an existing extensions list. Three IP Communicator

Three IP Communicator phones should be listed. (Device names may not be exactly as shown on the next page.)

Step 13: Click Find to query the database for an existing extensions list. Three IP Communicator

Step 14: Verify that phone calls can be made between all of the workstation phones.

Note: This is a new version of IP Communicator. Any issues encountered with the application, such as not responding, may require quitting the application and re-launching it.

Activity Verification

This task is complete when these results are attained:

Three workstation phones are registered with Communications Manager.

Calls can be made between the workstation phones.

Task 9 - Hunt Group Logout

All of the workstation phones are to be part of a broadcast hunt group. When the Hunt Group Logout feature is configured, users can log out of hunt groups and temporarily block hunt group calls from ringing their phone when they are not available to take calls. When a user logs out of their hunt groups, it does not prevent direct (non-hunt group) calls from ringing their phones.

Hunt List Configuration

Step 1: Go to Call Routing  Route/Hunt  Line Group Step 2: Step 3: Click
Step 1:
Go to Call Routing  Route/Hunt  Line Group
Step 2:
Step 3:
Click Add New
Name the Line Group HG_2000
Task 9 - Hunt Group Logout All of the workstation phones are to be part of

Step 4: Select all IPC extensions Step 5: Click Add to Line Group

Task 9 - Hunt Group Logout All of the workstation phones are to be part of

Step 6: Click Save Step 7: Go to Call Routing Route/Hunt Hunt List

Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: Name the list HL_2000 Step 10: Choose the Default

Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: Name the list HL_2000 Step 10: Choose the Default Call Manager Group Step 11: Check the box Enable the Hunt List

Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: Name the list HL_2000 Step 10: Choose the Default

Step 12: Click to save Step 13: When the screen refreshes, click on Add Line Group

Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: Name the list HL_2000 Step 10: Choose the Default
Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: Name the list HL_2000 Step 10: Choose the Default

Step 14: Choose HG_2000 from drop down list

Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: Name the list HL_2000 Step 10: Choose the Default

Step 15: Click Save

Step 16: Click OK to reset Hunt List Step 17: Click Reset Step 18: Click Reset

Step 16: Click OK to reset Hunt List Step 17: Click Reset

Step 16: Click OK to reset Hunt List Step 17: Click Reset Step 18: Click Reset

Step 18: Click Reset again Step 19: Click close Step 20: Go to Call Routing Route/Hunt Hunt Pilot from the main menus

Step 16: Click OK to reset Hunt List Step 17: Click Reset Step 18: Click Reset

Step 21: Click Add New Step 22: Use 2000 for the pilot Step 23: Select HL_2000 from drop down Step 24: Uncheck provide outside dial-tone Step 25: Check Personal Preference for forward Hunt No Answer and Forward Hunt Busy

Step 26: Click on Save Task 10 - Hunt Group Softkey Configuration Add the “Hlog” softkey

Step 26: Click on Save

Task 10 - Hunt Group Softkey Configuration

Add the “Hlog” softkey to the Workstation 3 device. Step 1: From the Main Menu select Device Device Settings Softkey Template.

Step 26: Click on Save Task 10 - Hunt Group Softkey Configuration Add the “Hlog” softkey

Now create a new softkey template "HuntGroupLogout User" based on the "Standard User" softkey template and add the “Hlog” button to the “On Hook” call state by doing the following:

Step 2: Click on Add New

Click on either spot
Click on either spot

Step 3: Select Standard User

Step 4: Click Copy Step 5: Type in the new name of "HuntGroupLogout User" Step 6:

Step 4: Click Copy Step 5: Type in the new name of "HuntGroupLogout User"

Step 4: Click Copy Step 5: Type in the new name of "HuntGroupLogout User" Step 6:

Step 6: Click Save Step 7: Return to Configure Softkey Layout by clicking on the Related Links: Go button.

Step 4: Click Copy Step 5: Type in the new name of "HuntGroupLogout User" Step 6:

Step 8: Find and double click on HLog Softkeys Item on the left side. It should “jump” over to the Selected Softkeys box on the right.

Step 9: Click Save Step 10: Go to the list of phones by selecting Device 

Step 9: Click Save

Step 10: Go to the list of phones by selecting Device Phone from the main menu. (Click the Find button if there are no phones listed.)

Step 11: Select Workstations 3’s phone.

Step 12: Apply the “HuntGroupLogout User” Softkey template to Workstations 3’s IP Communicator device configuration.

Step 9: Click Save Step 10: Go to the list of phones by selecting Device 

Step 13: Click Save. Step 14: Click on Reset. In the next window click Reset again. Click Close to close the Reset window. Step 15: On Workstation 3 if IP Communicator is running it may be necessary to re-launch the application for the change to take effect. When it completes reloading, the new softkey HLog button should appear.

Step 16: Test the hunt group. Dial extension 2000 from any of the three phones. All

Step 16: Test the hunt group. Dial extension 2000 from any of the three phones. All three phones should ring.

Step 17: On Workstation 3’s IPC , press the “Hlog” softkey. A message should display on the status line of this phone indicating that it is logged out of its configured hunt groups.

Step 16: Test the hunt group. Dial extension 2000 from any of the three phones. All

Step 18: From either Workstation 1 or Workstation 2’s phones, call the hunt group at x2000. Verify that Workstation 3’s phone does not ring as part of the hunt group.

Step 19: From either Workstation 1 or Workstation 2’s phones, call Workstations 3 directly. Verify that this phone can be called directly even when logged out of the hunt group.

Activity Verification

This task is complete when these results are attained:

All three phones ring when calling the hunt group.

Workstation 3 IPC is able to log out of the hunt group and no longer receive hunt group calls.

Troubleshooting Tips

If the new softkey template does not appear on Workstation 3’s IPC, try exiting the softphone and launching it again.

Make sure the phone protocol is SCCP. ( SIP phone might not work)

If the template still does not appear on the phone, try disabling Extension Mobility on that device and resetting it.

Task 11 - Audio Notification of Message Waiting Indication

Note: This feature cannot be tested with this lab configuration because this exercise is configured on a hard phone which is not local to the PC. Therefore the audible notification cannot be heard.

In Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0 and above, phones will support an accessibility feature for visually impaired users who are unable to use the phone’s visible message waiting indication (light). This is done by providing an audible message waiting tone, commonly referred to as stutter dial tone. Note that currently Audible MWI is not configurable on IP Communicator.

Create a SCCP 7971 phone Step 1: From the main menu select Device Phone Step 2: Click Add New.

Click on either Add New
Click on either Add New

Step 3: Select the Phone Type: Cisco 7971 from the drop down list.

Task 11 - Audio Notification of Message Waiting Indication Note: This feature cannot be tested with

Step 4: Click Next. Step 5: Select SCCP as the device protocol.

Step 6: Click Next. If an “Unmapped Exception null” error message appears, simply hit the next button to continue.

Step 7: Use MAC Address 111213141516. Step 8: Select the Default Device Pool Step 9: Select Default 7971 button template.

Task 11 - Audio Notification of Message Waiting Indication Note: This feature cannot be tested with

Step 10: Select Cisco 7971 Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile (Scroll down to set this parameter).

Step 11: Click Save Step 12: Configure the first line on the phone with directory number

Step 11: Click Save

Step 12: Configure the first line on the phone with directory number 1005. On the left side of the screen click on Line [1] – Add a new DN.

Step 11: Click Save Step 12: Configure the first line on the phone with directory number

Step 13: Change the “Audible Message Waiting Indicator Policy” to “On.”. Scroll down the page to find this parameter.

Step 11: Click Save Step 12: Configure the first line on the phone with directory number

Step 14: Click Save.

Note: The system default can also be set to turn on audible message waiting for anyone with the “Audible Message Waiting Indicator Policy” set to “Default.”

Activity Verification

This task is complete when these results are attained:

The “Audible Message Waiting Indicator Policy” for the added Cisco IP Phone 7971 is set to on.

This feature cannot be tested remotely

Task 12 - Configuration of Monitor and Recording Features

Before Cisco Communications Manager 6.0, nearly all recording and monitoring solutions required the use of SPAN and RSPAN to send the audio stream to the monitoring or recording device. Drawbacks of this approach are that SPAN and RSPAN are complex to configure, often requiring site specific equipment, does not scale well, typically forces supervisors to listen to monitored and recorded calls through their pc; it also lacks call admission control or region-based codec negotiation.

Communications Manager 6.0 and above offers a solution where the phone actually creates a second (IP/RTP) media stream to the monitoring or recording device using the phone’s Built in Bridge (BIB). This solution is easier to manage, scales well, and is under the full control of Communications Manager. Depending upon the application (monitoring or recording), the phone mixes both the local and remote side of the conversation into a single IP/RTP stream (for monitoring) or sends the local and remote audio in two separate streams (or recording—this is sometimes referred to as “stereo” or “unadulterated” recording).

Monitoring and recording are both invoked through CTI (JTAPI/TAPI) and have no perceptible effect on the agent or customer’s visual display. Because of the way the BIB is used, this feature is only supported on 3rd- Generation phones (7911, 7931, 7941, 7961, 7970, and 7971). For legal compliance, an explicit notification— in the form of a periodic tone—can be made audible to the agent, to the customer, or to both parties to indicate a monitoring or recording session is in progress.; the tone can also be disabled.

Recording uses a SIP trunk between the cluster and the recording device. Call data provided in the SIP header is GlobalCallID, DN and Phone Display Name. Other call specific data can be retrieved via CTI using the GlobalCallID.

Complete these steps to configure Silent Monitoring:

Step 1: From the main menus select Call Routing Class of Control Partition

Complete these steps to configure Silent Monitoring: Step 1: From the main menus select Call Routing

Step 2: Click Add New Step 3: Create a “MonitoringPart” Partition Step 4: Click Save.

Complete these steps to configure Silent Monitoring: Step 1: From the main menus select Call Routing
Complete these steps to configure Silent Monitoring: Step 1: From the main menus select Call Routing

Type the new partition in this space.

Step 5: In the Find and List Partitions page, select the newly created partition to view it.

Complete these steps to configure Silent Monitoring: Step 1: From the main menus select Call Routing

Step 6: Now select from the Call Routing main menu, Class of Control Calling Search Space to create a Calling Search Space called “MonitoringCSS”.

Step 6: Now select from the Call Routing main menu, Class of Control  Calling Search

Step 7: Click Add New Step 8: Call it “MonitoringCSS”

Step 9: Associate it with “MonitoringPart” Partition. This will be used to control who can monitor (or “listen in on”) whom.

Step 6: Now select from the Call Routing main menu, Class of Control  Calling Search

Step 10: Click Save.

Step 11: Provision two cluster-wide “Monitoring Tone” Service Parameters by selecting System Service Parameters

Step 11: Provision two cluster-wide “Monitoring Tone” Service Parameters by selecting System  Service Parameters Step

Step 12: Select 172.19.83.1 Step 13: Select Cisco CallManager

Step 14: For the Clusterwide Parameter (Feature – Call Recording), set the “Play Monitoring Notification Tone to Observed Target” parameter to “TRUE”. (This parameter is approximately 2/3 of the way down on the page.)

Step 15: For the same Clusterwide Parameter set the “Play Recording Notification Tone to Observed Connected Parties” to “TRUE.”

Step 11: Provision two cluster-wide “Monitoring Tone” Service Parameters by selecting System  Service Parameters Step

Step 16: Click Save.

Step 17: Use the Cisco IP Phone 7971 (x1005) created in a previous task as the Agent phone (the phone being monitored) and enable the Built-In-Bridge (BIB) for this device.( Go Device Phone Find and click on last phone with MAC address 111213141516 once there change Built In Bridge to ON. (Scroll down to find this setting.)

Step 11: Provision two cluster-wide “Monitoring Tone” Service Parameters by selecting System  Service Parameters Step

Step 18: Click Save.

Step 19: On the phone’s line configuration (Click Line1 ext 1005), set the “Monitoring Calling Search Space” to “MonitoringCSS”, which is the CSS created above. (Scroll down to find this setting.)

Step 19: On the phone’s line configuration (Click Line1 ext 1005), set the “Monitoring Calling Search

Step 20: Click Save.

Note: When configuring the monitoring party’s phone (the Supervisor), ensure that the “MonitoringPart” partition is in the Calling Search Space used by the Supervisor’s phone.

Complete these steps to configure Call Recording:

Step 21: Select Call Routing Class of Control Partition.

Step 19: On the phone’s line configuration (Click Line1 ext 1005), set the “Monitoring Calling Search

Step 22: Click Add New.

Step 19: On the phone’s line configuration (Click Line1 ext 1005), set the “Monitoring Calling Search

Step 23: Call the new partition “RecordingPart” Step 24: Click Save Once created, viewing the new partition will yield the screen below.

Step 23: Call the new partition “RecordingPart” Step 24: Click Save Once created, viewing the new

Step 25: Select from the main menu Call Routing Class of Control Calling Search Space. Step 26: Click Add New. Step 27: Call the new Calling Search Space “RecordingCSS” Step 28: Add the RecordingPart to the RecordingCSS.

Step 23: Call the new partition “RecordingPart” Step 24: Click Save Once created, viewing the new

Create a new Recording Profile Step 29: Select Device Device Settings Recording Profile from the main menus.

Step 30: Click Add New Step 31: Give the Profile the name “RecordingProfile” Step 32: Select

Step 30: Click Add New Step 31: Give the Profile the name “RecordingProfile” Step 32: Select the RecordingCSS as the Recording Calling Search Space. Step 33: Assign as the Recording Destination Address extension 5001

Step 30: Click Add New Step 31: Give the Profile the name “RecordingProfile” Step 32: Select

Step 34: Click Save. Create a SIP Trunk to the recording device with the IP address of the recorder. Step 35: Select Device Trunk from the main menu. Step 36: Click Add New Step 37: Select SIP Trunk (the protocol information will be auto filled).

Step 38: Click Next. Step 39: Give the SIP Trunk a name such as “RecordingTrunk” Step

Step 38: Click Next. Step 39: Give the SIP Trunk a name such as “RecordingTrunk”

Step 38: Click Next. Step 39: Give the SIP Trunk a name such as “RecordingTrunk” Step

Step 40: Set the IP Address of the SIP Trunk as 172.19.83.254. (Scroll down to SIP Information) - Typically, the instructions provided by the recording device vendor would be used to configure specific settings for the SIP trunk.

Step 38: Click Next. Step 39: Give the SIP Trunk a name such as “RecordingTrunk” Step

Step 41: Click Save.

Create a new Route Pattern (500X) in the “RecordingPart” partition to link the recording destination addresses (DNs) of the recording device to the SIP trunk. Assign the SIP trunk created for this route pattern.

Step 42: Select Call Routing Route/Hunt Route Pattern

Step 43: Click Add New. Step 44: Define the Route Pattern as follows: Route Pattern –

Step 43: Click Add New. Step 44: Define the Route Pattern as follows:

Route Pattern – 500X Route Partion – RecordingPart Gateway/Route List – RecordingTrunk

Step 43: Click Add New. Step 44: Define the Route Pattern as follows: Route Pattern –

Step 45: Click Save. Step 46: Click OK

Step 43: Click Add New. Step 44: Define the Route Pattern as follows: Route Pattern –

Step 47: Click OK

Step 43: Click Add New. Step 44: Define the Route Pattern as follows: Route Pattern –

Enable the 7971 phone (x1005) for recording

Step 48: Select Device Phone from the main menu Step 49: Click Find or search the devices on Directory Number for x1005

Step 50: Select the phone Step 51: Enable the Built-In-Bridge if it is not already on.

Step 50: Select the phone Step 51: Enable the Built-In-Bridge if it is not already on.

Step 52: Click Save (if BIB was not enabled.) Step 53: Select Line 1 (x1005) Step 54: Scroll down to Line 1 on Device SEP111213141516. This is where the Recording and Monitoring is configured on this device. Step 55: Select the Recording Profile created previously.

Step 56: Choose a desired recording option: Automatic Recording, Application Invoked (selective) or Disabled (default). For this exercise select Automatic Call Recording Enabled.

Step 50: Select the phone Step 51: Enable the Built-In-Bridge if it is not already on.

Step 57: Click Save. Step 58: Reset the phone as required.

Activity Verification

This task is completed when these results are attained:

The steps described above are completed.

The operation of this feature cannot be tested remotely.

Task 13 - Intercom

Intercom allows a user to place a call to a predefined target. The called destination auto-answers the call in speakerphone mode with mute activated. This sets up a one-way voice path between the initiator and the destination so that the initiator can deliver a short message.

Create an Intercom Route Partition. Step 1: Select Call Routing Intercom Intercom Route Partition. Step 2: Click Add New Step 3: Configure a new partition called “IntercomPart.”.

Step 50: Select the phone Step 51: Enable the Built-In-Bridge if it is not already on.

An Intercom Calling Search Space can be created (it is optional) to better control the reach ability of intercom lines. For the purpose of this lab the IntercomCSS Calling Search Space will be created.

Step 4: Select Call Routing Intercom Intercom Calling Search Space. Step 5: Click Add New. Step 6: Create an “IntercomCSS.”

Step 7: Select the partition created in the previous step. A second Call Search Space called “IntercomPar_GEN” is automatically created as part of this process. To view this from the Related Links ‘Go’ back to Find/List. It will appear in the list of available Intercom Partitions.

An Intercom Calling Search Space can be created (it is optional) to better control the reach

Create the Intercom Directory Numbers Step 8: Select Call Routing Intercom Intercom Directory Number. Step 9: Click Add New

An Intercom Calling Search Space can be created (it is optional) to better control the reach

Step 10: Configure the Intercom Directory Numbers to range from x8000 to x8010 Step 11: Select the “IntercomPart” as the Route Partition

Step 12: Select the “IntercomCSS” as the Calling Search Space. (Optionally if the Intercom Calling Search Space in the previous step was not created, use the “IntercomPart_GEN” for the CSS.)

Step 13: Click Save. Now assign an intercom directory number on the 7971 phone (x1005) Step 14: From the Phone configuration page select Intercom [1] – Add a new Intercom.

Step 15: Add intercom number 8005 to the device. The remaining information is auto filled using

Step 15: Add intercom number 8005 to the device. The remaining information is auto filled using the settings created while configuring the Intercom Directory Number range.

Step 15: Add intercom number 8005 to the device. The remaining information is auto filled using

Activity Verification

This task is completed when these results are attained:

The steps described above are completed.

The operation of this feature cannot be tested remotely.

Task 14 - Advanced Ad-Hoc Conferencing

Several enhancements to the ad-hoc conferencing feature provide the following advanced capabilities: A conference participant other than the conference controller can now add or remove conference participants. These advanced capabilities can be enabled or disabled by setting the value of two new service parameters.

Note: This feature currently works only from SCCP-based IP Communicator.

Complete these steps to allow all conference participants to add or remove conference participants:

Step 1: Select from the main menu System Service Parameters Step 2: Select 172.19.83.1 Step 3: Select Cisco CallManager (Active)

Step 4: Change the “Advanced Ad Hoc Conference Enabled” service parameter to “True (Clusterwide Parameters (Features Conference))

Step 4: Change the “Advanced Ad Hoc Conference Enabled” service parameter to “True (Clusterwide Parameters (Features

Step 5: Click Save

Step 6: From Workstation 1 setup a three party conference call that includes Workstation 2 and Workstation 3’s phones.

Step 7: From Workstation 3’s IP Communicator press the Conflist softkey button. The three parties on the conference call should appear.

Step 4: Change the “Advanced Ad Hoc Conference Enabled” service parameter to “True (Clusterwide Parameters (Features

Step 8: From Workstation 3, select a party to remove from the conference. It should be possible to remove conference participants from the conference using both the original conference controller (Workstation 1 IPC) and another conference participant’s phone (Workstation 3 IPC.)

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Note: Remember the Workstation 1 IPC was the original conference controller.

Step 4: Change the “Advanced Ad Hoc Conference Enabled” service parameter to “True (Clusterwide Parameters (Features

Activity Verification

This task is completed when these results are attained:

The steps described above are completed.

.

Both the original conference controller’s phone and a phone other than the conference controller is used to remove parties from a conference.

Task 15 - Directed Call Park

Directed Call Park allows a user to park a call to a specific park number - where the call can be retrieved by someone knowing the park retrieval prefix and the park number. Directed Call Park is a transfer-based feature instead of standard Call Park which is a hold-based feature. Directed Call Park can be used with feature codes or with a special Directed Call Park BLF button. The BLF feature allows the monitoring of the busy/idle status of a Directed Call Park number. It is recommended to use either Call Park or Directed Call Park in any system but not both. When configuring both, make sure the park ranges do not overlap. Also make sure the Directed Call Park ranges do not overlap with any other elements of the system’s dial plan.

Step 1: Create a new Partition called “IntPhonesPart” using the steps described earlier for Partition creation

Step 2: Create a new Calling Search Space called “PhoneCSS” using the steps described earlier for Calling Search Space creation. Add the IntPhonesPart Partition to the Calling Search Space.

Create two Directed Call Park Number/Ranges:

Step 3: Select Call Routing Directed Call Park Step 4: Click Add New

Step 5: Make one with a range of numbers 700[0-9] and allow these to revert to the original parker; assign a retrieval prefix of 99

Task 15 - Directed Call Park Directed Call Park allows a user to park a call

Step 6: Click Save Step 7: Click Add New

Step 8: Make another Directed Call Park Number of 7101 and set the revert number to the system’s hunt group pilot (x2000); assign this range a retrieval prefix of 98.

Task 15 - Directed Call Park Directed Call Park allows a user to park a call

Step 9: Click Save. Step 10: Set the Call Park Reversion Timer service parameter to 30 seconds. (System Service Parameters)

Step 11: Click Save. Step 12: Assign the hard phone, the BLF Directed Call Park button

Step 11: Click Save.

Step 12: Assign the hard phone, the BLF Directed Call Park button to support the 7101 Directed Call Park Number. (Device Phone Find and select the 7960)

Step 11: Click Save. Step 12: Assign the hard phone, the BLF Directed Call Park button
Step 11: Click Save. Step 12: Assign the hard phone, the BLF Directed Call Park button

Step 13: Click Save. Step 14: Close the BLF Directed Call Park Configuration window.

Activity Verification

This task is completed when these results are attained:

The steps described above are completed.

The functionality of these features cannot be tested remotely

Task 16 - Create Partitions for Devices and Voicemail Usage

Step 1: Select Call Routing Class of Control Partition.

Step 11: Click Save. Step 12: Assign the hard phone, the BLF Directed Call Park button

Step 2: Select Add New Step 3: Type internal <Enter> Step 4: Type mwi <Enter>

Step 5: Click Save Task 17 – Create Calling Search Spaces for Devices and Voicemail Usage

Step 5: Click Save

Task 17 – Create Calling Search Spaces for Devices and Voicemail Usage

Step 1: Select Call Routing Class of Control Calling Search Space

Step 5: Click Save Task 17 – Create Calling Search Spaces for Devices and Voicemail Usage

Step 2: Click Add new Step 3: Type internal in Name field Step 4: Select internal from Available Partitions and then click the down arrow to move the selected partition Step 5: Click Save

Step 5: Click Save Task 17 – Create Calling Search Spaces for Devices and Voicemail Usage

Repeat to create a voicemail Calling Search Space.

Step 6: Click Add New Step 7: Type voicemail in Name field Step 8: Select mwi from Available Partitions and then click the down arrow to move the selected partition Step 9: Click Save

Task 18 – Create Users for Voicemail and Phone Assignments

Step 1: Select User Management End User

Step 6: Click Add New Step 7: Type voicemail in Name field Step 8: Select mwi

Step 2: Select Add New User Step 3: Create a new user with the following parameters:

UserID – softphone1 Password – cisco PIN – 12345 Last name – Fender First name – Leo Telephone Number – extension of Workstation 1 IPC

Step 6: Click Add New Step 7: Type voicemail in Name field Step 8: Select mwi

Step 4: Click Save Step 5: Click on Device Associations

Step 6: Click Find Step 7: Select the phone with Directory Number for Workstation 1’s IPC.

Step 6: Click Find Step 7: Select the phone with Directory Number for Workstation 1’s IPC.

Step 8:

Click Save Selected/Changes

Step 9:

From Related Links click Go to return Back to User

Step 10: Select Add New User Step 11: Create a new user with the following parameters:

User ID – softphone2 Password – cisco Pin – 12345 Last name – Paul First name – Les Telephone Number – extension of Workstation 2 IPC Step 12: Click Save Step 13: Click on Device Associations Step 14: Click Find

Step 15: Select the phone with the Directory Number for Workstation 2’s IPC.

Step 16:

Click Save Selected/Changes

Step 17:

From Related Links click Go to return Back to User

Step 18: Select Add New User

Task 19 – Voice Mail Port Setup

Step 1: Select Voice Mail Voice Mail Port Wizard

Step 2: Select Next (at the bottom of the screen) Step 3: Select 2 from the

Step 2: Select Next (at the bottom of the screen)

Step 2: Select Next (at the bottom of the screen) Step 3: Select 2 from the

Step 3: Select 2 from the Number of Ports drop down Menu

Step 2: Select Next (at the bottom of the screen) Step 3: Select 2 from the

Step 4: Click Next Step 5: In Description field, type Unity Connection Step 6: Under Device Pool, Select Default Step 7: Under Calling Search Space, Select voicemail Step 8: Under Device Security Mode, Select Non-Secure

Step 9: Click Next Step 10: In the Beginning Directory Number field, type 4001 Step 11:

Step 9: Click Next Step 10: In the Beginning Directory Number field, type 4001 Step 11: In the Partition drop down Menu, Select internal Step 12: In the Calling Search Space drop down Menu, Select voicemail

Step 9: Click Next Step 10: In the Beginning Directory Number field, type 4001 Step 11:

Step 13: Click Next. Step 14: Choose Yes, Add directory numbers to a new Line group. Step 15: Click Next.

Step 9: Click Next Step 10: In the Beginning Directory Number field, type 4001 Step 11:

Step 15: Accept Default Line Group name Step 16: Click Next

Step 17: Review all of the entries Step 18: Click Finish (scroll down) The following output

Step 17: Review all of the entries

Step 17: Review all of the entries Step 18: Click Finish (scroll down) The following output

Step 18: Click Finish (scroll down)

Step 17: Review all of the entries Step 18: Click Finish (scroll down) The following output

The following output shows the result of the Voice Mail Port configuration. Do not close this window. Continue on with the next part of this exercise.

Task 20 – Line Group and Hunt List Setup

Step 1: Select ‘Add this Line group to a new or existing Hunt List’.

Task 20 – Line Group and Hunt List Setup Step 1: Select ‘Add this Line group

Step 2: Click Add New Step 3: In Name field, type vmail Step 4: Select Default for UCM Group Step 5: Select Enable this Hunt List Step 6: Select For Voice Mail Usage

Task 20 – Line Group and Hunt List Setup Step 1: Select ‘Add this Line group

Step 6: Click Save Step 7: Additional options will now appear at the bottom of the Screen.

Step 8: Select Add Line Group Step 9: Select the line group created Step 10: Click

Step 8: Select Add Line Group Step 9: Select the line group created

Step 8: Select Add Line Group Step 9: Select the line group created Step 10: Click

Step 10: Click Save Step 11: Click OK

Step 8: Select Add Line Group Step 9: Select the line group created Step 10: Click

Step 12: Click Reset Step 13: Click Reset again Step 14: Click Close Step 15: Select Call Routing Route/Hunt Hunt Pilot from the main menus. Step 16: Select Add New

Step 8: Select Add Line Group Step 9: Select the line group created Step 10: Click

Step 17: Type 4000 in the Hunt Pilot Field Step 18: Type Voicemail Pilot in the Description Field

Step 19: From the Hunt List drop down Menu, select vmail Step 20: Remove the checkmark from the Provide Outside Dial Tone box

Step 19: From the Hunt List drop down Menu, select vmail Step 20: Remove the checkmark

Step 21: Click Save

Task 21 – Message Waiting Indicators

Step 1: Select Voicemail Message Waiting from the main menus

Step 19: From the Hunt List drop down Menu, select vmail Step 20: Remove the checkmark

Step 2: Select Add New Step 3: In the message Waiting Number field, Type 4998 Step 4: In the Partition Field, select mwi Step 5: In the Message Waiting Indicator Field, select On Step 6: In the Calling search Space Field, select voicemail

Step 19: From the Hunt List drop down Menu, select vmail Step 20: Remove the checkmark

Step 7: Click Save Step 8: Click Copy

Step 9: In the Message Waiting Number Field, type 4999 Step 10: In the Message Waiting

Step 9: In the Message Waiting Number Field, type 4999 Step 10: In the Message Waiting Indicator Field, select Off Step 11: Click Save

Task 22 - Voicemail Pilot Configuration

Step 1: Select Voice Mail Voice Mail Pilot from the main menus.

Step 9: In the Message Waiting Number Field, type 4999 Step 10: In the Message Waiting

Step 2: Select Add New Step 3: In the Voice Mail Pilot Number Field, Type 4000 Step 4: In the Calling Search Space field, select voicemail

Step 9: In the Message Waiting Number Field, type 4999 Step 10: In the Message Waiting

Step 5: Place a checkmark in the “Make this the Default Voice Mail Pilot for the System” box. If this message pops up, click OK.

Step 9: In the Message Waiting Number Field, type 4999 Step 10: In the Message Waiting

Step 6: Click Save

Task 23 – Voicemail Profile Configuration

Step 1: Select Voice Mail Voice Mail Profile from the main menus.

Step 2: Select Add New Step 3: In the Voice Mail Profile name field, type Unity_Connection

Step 2: Select Add New

Step 2: Select Add New Step 3: In the Voice Mail Profile name field, type Unity_Connection

Step 3: In the Voice Mail Profile name field, type Unity_Connection Step 4: In the Voice Mail Pilot drop down Menu, Select 4000/voicemail.

Step 5: Place a checkmark in the “Make this the Default Voice Mail Profile for the System” box. If this box pops up, click OK.

Step 2: Select Add New Step 3: In the Voice Mail Profile name field, type Unity_Connection

Step 6: Click Save

UCM Integration to Unity Connection

This module shows the configuration of Unity connection in The CUCMBE environment

Task 24 – Verify Unity License Files

Step 1: From Main Navigation drop down menu, select Cisco Unity Connection Administration Step 2: Select Go

Step 3: From Main Menu at left, Scroll down and select System Settings  Licenses Step

Step 3: From Main Menu at left, Scroll down and select System Settings Licenses

Step 3: From Main Menu at left, Scroll down and select System Settings  Licenses Step

Step 4: Ensure the License file is installed. If not then select the check box and click on Install Selected. Step 5: Once installed or if it is already installed, click on the CUCdemo.lic file.

Step 6: Verify the number of Users, VM ports and other features that are available. (See

Step 6: Verify the number of Users, VM ports and other features that are available. (See example below.)

Step 6: Verify the number of Users, VM ports and other features that are available. (See

Task 25 – Configure Port Group

Step 1: From Main Menu at left, Scroll down and select Telephony Integrations/Port Group

Step 6: Verify the number of Users, VM ports and other features that are available. (See

Step 2: Select Add New

Step 3: The Device Name Prefix and MWI numbers that were previously configured are shown Step

Step 3: The Device Name Prefix and MWI numbers that were previously configured are shown Step 4: Under Primary Server settings, verify that the correct IP address of the server is listed Step 5: Click Save. Step 6: From Main Menu at left, Scroll down and select Telephony Integrations/Port

Step 3: The Device Name Prefix and MWI numbers that were previously configured are shown Step

Step 7: Select Add New

Step 7: Type 2 in the Number of Ports field Step 8: Select Save Task 26

Step 7: Type 2 in the Number of Ports field Step 8: Select Save

Task 26 – Restart Unity Conversation Manager Service

Step 1: From the Top right Main Navigation menu, select Unity Connection Serviceability Step 2: Select Go

Step 7: Type 2 in the Number of Ports field Step 8: Select Save Task 26

Step 3: Select Tools Control Center - Feature Services Step 4: Under Unity Connection Services, Select Connection Conversation Manager

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Step 5: Click Restart Step 6: Click Yes

2 1 Step 5: Click Restart Step 6: Click Yes Step 7: Verify that the restart
2 1 Step 5: Click Restart Step 6: Click Yes Step 7: Verify that the restart

Step 7: Verify that the restart was successful and that the service is running Step 8: From any of the Workstation IPC’s call the voicemail pilot number created earlier. Unity Connection’s opening greeting should answer.

Task 27 - Configure Phone Settings for Voicemail and Associate Users

Step 1: From the Top Right Navigation Menu, Select Unified CM Administration

2 1 Step 5: Click Restart Step 6: Click Yes Step 7: Verify that the restart

Step 2: Select Device Phone Step 3: Click Find

Step 3: Select Workstation 1 IPC. Step 4: Under Device Information  Calling Search Space select

Step 3: Select Workstation 1 IPC. Step 4: Under Device Information Calling Search Space select internal.

Step 3: Select Workstation 1 IPC. Step 4: Under Device Information  Calling Search Space select

Step 5: Scroll down further under Device Information Owner User ID select softphone1.

Step 3: Select Workstation 1 IPC. Step 4: Under Device Information  Calling Search Space select

Step 6: Click Save Step 8: On the left side under Association Information, click on the extension associated with this device. Step 9: Under Directory Number Information Route Partition, select internal.

Step 3: Select Workstation 1 IPC. Step 4: Under Device Information  Calling Search Space select

Step 10: Under Directory Number Settings Voice Mail Profile, select Unity_Connection.

Step 3: Select Workstation 1 IPC. Step 4: Under Device Information  Calling Search Space select

Step 11: Under Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings Voice Mail, place a check box next to:

Forward Busy Internal and External

Forward No Answer Internal and External

Step 12: In the Display and the Line Text fields, Type: Leo Fender Step 13: Click

Step 12: In the Display and the Line Text fields, Type: Leo Fender

Step 12: In the Display and the Line Text fields, Type: Leo Fender Step 13: Click

Step 13: Click Save. Step 14: Scroll to the bottom of the screen and under User Associated with Line, click Associate End Users.

Step 12: In the Display and the Line Text fields, Type: Leo Fender Step 13: Click

Step 15: Select Find Step 16: Select softphone1 (Leo Fender’s username.)

Step 12: In the Display and the Line Text fields, Type: Leo Fender Step 13: Click

Step 17: Click Add Selected Step 18: Click Save Step 19: Select Reset/Restart Step 20: Under User Associated with Line, select Fender,Leo Step 21: Under Directory Number Associations, select the Primary Extension for Leo Fender.

Step 22: Click Save Step 23: Repeat Steps 2 through 22, substituting the extension for Workstation

Step 22: Click Save

Step 23: Repeat Steps 2 through 22, substituting the extension for Workstation 2’s IPC and softphone2 (Les Paul) for the user ID

Task 28 - Enable Voicemail User settings in Unity Connection

Step 1: Select Unity Connection Administration from the Main Navigation Menu Step 2: Select Go Step 3: From the menu selections on the left side of the screen, select Tools Import Users

Step 22: Click Save Step 23: Repeat Steps 2 through 22, substituting the extension for Workstation

Step 4: Select Find

Step 5: Place a checkmark next to softphone1 (Leo Fender) and softphone2 (Les Paul).

Step 5: Place a checkmark next to softphone1 (Leo Fender) and softphone2 (Les Paul). Step 6:

Step 6: Select Import Selected Step 7: Verify that the users were imported by the message displayed at the top of the Import window

Step 5: Place a checkmark next to softphone1 (Leo Fender) and softphone2 (Les Paul). Step 6:

Or by selecting Users from the Users menu on the left side of the screen. Users softphone1 and softphone2 should be listed.

Step 5: Place a checkmark next to softphone1 (Leo Fender) and softphone2 (Les Paul). Step 6:

Task 29 – Verify Unity Connection Configuration

Step 1: Return to the Main LabOps navigation Page and connect to Workstation 2 Step 2: Login with the same technique used earlier for Workstation 1 Step 3: Double Click on the Cisco IP Communicator Icon Step 4: Verify that the IP Communicator has an extension number assigned by CUCM Step 5: Return to the Main navigation Page and connect to Workstation 3 Step 6: Login with the same technique used earlier for Workstation 1 Step 7: Double Click on the Cisco IP Communicator Icon Step 8: Verify that the IP Communicator has an extension number assigned by CUCM

Step 9: Place calls and leave messages from one IP Communicator to the other login and retrieve messages to and verify that Unity Connection is correctly configured

Task 30 – Configuring Phone View

Step 1:

In the credential policy for the Phone View CTI user, verify that the User Must Change at Next

Login and the Does Not Expire check boxes are both unchecked. Otherwise, Phone View will not work.

From the main Cisco Unified CM Administration Page select User Management Credential Policy Default. Step 2: Select the Default Credential Policy for the Application User Step 2: Uncheck the User Must Change at Next Login check box. Step 3: Click Save.

Step 4: Select User Management  Application User from the main menu. Step 5: On the
Step 4: Select User Management  Application User from the main menu.
Step 5: On the Find and List Application Users page, click Add New.
Task 29 – Verify Unity Connection Configuration Step 1: Return to the Main LabOps navigation Page

On the Application User Configuration page, do the following substeps to create a CTI user account that will have access to all user phones for Phone View:

Step 6:

In the User ID field, enter "PhoneViewUser".

Step 7: In the password field, enter cisco.

Step 8: In the Confirm Password field, re-enter the password that was entered in Step 7.

Step 8: In the Confirm Password field, re-enter the password that was entered in Step 7.

Step 9: Associate the user phone devices with the new CTI user.

Step 8: In the Confirm Password field, re-enter the password that was entered in Step 7.

Step 10: Click Save.

Task 31 – Configure the IP phone for Phone View

To Enable Phone View for a Phone System (Cisco Unified Communications Manager/Business Edition)

Step 1: Navigate to Cisco Unity Connection Administration Step 2: Select from the Menus on the left Telephony Integrations Phone System. Step 2: Select Phone System.

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Step 3: Under Phone View Settings, check the Enable Phone View check box.

Step 4: Scroll down to the CTI Phone Access User Name field, enter PhoneViewUser. Note that the user name is case-sensitive.

Step 8: In the Confirm Password field, re-enter the password that was entered in Step 7.
Step 5: In the CTI Phone Access Password field, enter the password for the user (cisco).

Step 5: In the CTI Phone Access Password field, enter the password for the user (cisco). Step 6: Click Save.

Step 5: In the CTI Phone Access Password field, enter the password for the user (cisco).

Task 32 - Enable Phone View on User

Step 1:

Under User, select softphone1, go to

Enable ‘Finding Messages with

Edit – Phone Menu

Step 2:

Step 5: In the CTI Phone Access Password field, enter the password for the user (cisco).

Message Locator’

Step 3:

Enable Phone View

Task 33 - Using Phone View

Note: Phone View does not function with IPC as IPC does not use the IP Phone Services URL.

Step 1: Log into the voicemail account for the user on Workstation 1 Step 2: Press 5 to access Message Locator Step 3: Press 2 to find all messages

Step 4: When the list of messages display on the IPC screen, use the following softkeys to learn how Phone View interacts with Unity Connection.

Key

Action

Select

Start message playback from the selected message.

Next

Go to the next page of messages, if applicable.

Previou

Go to the previous page of messages, if applicable.

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More

Displays the Goto and Exit soft keys. This key appears only on phones that display a maximum of 4 soft keys.

Goto

Skip to the message specified. Phone View displays a screen that allows you to specify the message number by using the phone keypad. When the number is entered, the message is highlighted.

Exit

Exit the Phone View display. This action returns you to the search criteria prompt.

Step 5: As UC plays the message use the following keys to control playback as you listen to the message

Key(s)

Action

Key(s)

Action

 
  • 1 Restart message

7

Rewind message

  • 2 Save

 

8

Pause/Resume

  • 3 Delete

 

9

Fast-forward

 
  • 4 Slow playback

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Fast-forward to end

 
  • 5 Change volume1.

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Skip message, save as is

 
  • 6 Fast playback

 
  • 1. Not available on some systems

Step 6: The following keys can be used after the message is listened.

Key(s)

Action

Key(s)

Action

 
  • 1 Replay message

5

Forward message

  • 2 Save

 

6

Save as new (The message waiting indicator on your phone may be triggered.)

  • 3 Delete

 

7

Rewind message

  • 4 Reply

 

9

Play message properties

2

  • 4 Reply to all

#

Save as is

4

  • 4 Call the user

 
  • 1. Not available on some systems1

Task 34 - Attendant Console Configuration

Add extension to Workstation 1 Step 1: Add DN

Task 34 - Attendant Console Configuration Add extension to Workstation 1 Step 1: Add DN Step

Step 2: Change the Display and Line Info for Line 2

Task 34 - Attendant Console Configuration Add extension to Workstation 1 Step 1: Add DN Step

Step 3: Change the call waiting settings to only accept one call at this extension.

Task 34 - Attendant Console Configuration Add extension to Workstation 1 Step 1: Add DN Step

Step 4: Click Save Step 5: Repeat for a 2 nd extension on Workstation 2’s IPC setting the DN as 6051

Step 6: Create a new DN. Call Routing Directory Number. Give it the number 6055 and assign it to the internal route partition.

Step 7: On Workstation 1’s IPC phone setting click on the Modify Button Items button under Association Information.

Task 34 - Attendant Console Configuration Add extension to Workstation 1 Step 1: Add DN Step

Step 8: Click OK

Task 34 - Attendant Console Configuration Add extension to Workstation 1 Step 1: Add DN Step

Step 9: Select the top Add a New SD from the left pane and move it to the right pane using the arrow buttons between the two panes.

Step 9: Select the top Add a New SD from the left pane and move it

Step 10: Select Line [3] – Add a new DN from the right pane and move it to the left pane and move it to under Line [2] – 6050 in internal

Step 9: Select the top Add a New SD from the left pane and move it

Step 11: Click Save Step 12: Click Close. Step 13: Add the DN 6055 created earlier to Line [3] just added. Step 14: Reset the phone. Step 15: Select User Management End User Step 16: Click Add New Step 17: Create the following user where the voicemail will be deposited from the Attendant Console. Username: acVoicemail Password: cisco PIN: 12345 Last name: Operator First name: Attendant Telephone Number 6055

Step 18: Click Save Step 19: Click on Device Associations Step 20: Select the device with

Step 18: Click Save Step 19: Click on Device Associations Step 20: Select the device with extension 6055

Step 18: Click Save Step 19: Click on Device Associations Step 20: Select the device with

Step 21: Click on Save Selected/Changes and go back to the User page Step 22: Scroll down and select 6055 as the Primary Extension for this Directory Number Association.

Step 18: Click Save Step 19: Click on Device Associations Step 20: Select the device with

Step 23: Click Save Step 24: Return to Device Phone Step 25: Select Workstation 1’s IPC Step 26: Click on Line [3] Step 27: Update the Route Partition to internal Step 28: Select the Unity_Connection Voice Mail Profile

Step 29: Select Forward All under the Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings Step 30: Click

Step 29: Select Forward All under the Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings

Step 29: Select Forward All under the Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings Step 30: Click

Step 30: Click Save Step 31: Scroll down and click on Associate End User under User Associated with Line Step 32: Select the acVoicemail userID

Step 29: Select Forward All under the Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings Step 30: Click

Step 33: Click Add Selected Step 34: Scroll down and select the user just associated with this device. Step 35: Click Save. Now import the User into Unity Connection:

Step 36: Select Cisco Unity Connection Administration from the top right menu’s and click Go. Step 37: From the Tools menu on the left select Import Users Step 38: Select the acVoicemail user

Step 39: Click Import Selected Step 40: Ensure your user was successfully imported using the techniques

Step 39: Click Import Selected Step 40: Ensure your user was successfully imported using the techniques learned earlier in the lab. Step 41: Return to CUCM Administration

Task 35 - Configuring an Attendant Console User

Step 1: Choose Application Cisco Unified CM Attendant Console Cisco Unified CM Attendant Console User.

Step 39: Click Import Selected Step 40: Ensure your user was successfully imported using the techniques

Step 2: Add New Step 3: Enter the appropriate configuration settings:

Username – acUser1 Password – C1sco123 Reconfirm password

Step 39: Click Import Selected Step 40: Ensure your user was successfully imported using the techniques

Step 4: Click Save. Create a second AC User:

Step 5: Add New Step 6: Enter the appropriate configuration settings:

Username – acUser2 Password – C1sco123 Reconfirm password

Step 7: Click Save.

Task 36 - Enabling Device Security for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console

Create the Application User Step 1: Choose User Management > Application User. Step 2: Click Add New. Step 3: Enter the user ID ac. Step 4: In the Password field, enter the password C1sco123. Step 5: In the Confirm Password field, reenter the password.

Step 7: Click Save. Task 36 - Enabling Device Security for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant

Step 6: Click Save. Now create another Application (Device) User:

Step 7: Click Add New.

Step 8: Create the device authentication user, enter the user ID ‘ACDeviceAuthenticationUser’ in the User ID field.

Step 9: In the Password field, enter the password C1sco123. Step 10: In the Confirm Password field, reenter password.

Step 7: Click Save. Task 36 - Enabling Device Security for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant

Step 11: Click Save.

Task 37 - Enabling the Super Provider Feature for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console

You can enable Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console devices without associating each of them with the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console application user by enabling the super provider feature. To do this, add the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console application user to the Standard CTI Allow Control of All Devices user group.

Step 1: Select Back to Find/List from Related Links and click Go. Step 2: Select the ac user. Step 3: Scroll down to Permissions Information and click on Add to User Group.

Task 37 - Enabling the Super Provider Feature for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console You

Step 4: Scroll down and select the Standard CTI Allow Control of All Devices, Standard CTI Enabled and Standard CTI Call Park and Monitoring groups.

Task 37 - Enabling the Super Provider Feature for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console You

Step 5: Click on Add Selected.

Task 37 - Enabling the Super Provider Feature for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console You

Step 6: Click on Save.

After you enable the super provider feature, you do not have to associate pilot points and attendant phones to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console user.

During an upgrade from Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 4.x, the system automatically converts the attendant console application user to a superprovider user and disassociates the devices that were previously associated to the application user.

Task 38 - Configuring Pilot Points

Configure a DN for the Pilot Point

Step 1: Select from the main menu Call Routing Directory Number Step 2: Click Add New Step 3: Enter in 6000 as the DN

During an upgrade from Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 4.x, the system automatically converts the attendant

Step 4: Select the internal Route Partition Step 5: Click Save

Create the Pilot Point Step 6: Choose Application Cisco Unified CM Attendant Console Pilot Point. Step 7: Click Add New. Step 8: Enter the following settings:

Pilot Name: acPilot6000 Description: acPilot Point x6000 Device Pool: Default Route Calls To: Circular Hunting Location: Hub_None Network Hold MOH Audio Source: Select the Sample Audio available User Hold MOH Audio Source: Select the Sample Audio available. Queuing Enable: Yes Queue Size: 2 Queue Hold Time (in seconds): 10

Step 9: Click Save. Step 10: To associate the directory number created above for the pilot

Step 9: Click Save.

Step 10: To associate the directory number created above for the pilot point, click Line 1 in the Association Information pane.

Step 9: Click Save. Step 10: To associate the directory number created above for the pilot

Step 11: Enter the directory number 6000 and click tab. The remaining fields will auto fill with the previous configured settings for this DN.

Step 12: Click Save.

Task 39 - Associating Devices with the Attendant Console Authorization User

Before the attendant uses the attendant console, you must associate the attendant console phones to the attendant console device authorization user that you created on the Application User Configuration window. Perform the following procedure:

Step 1: Choose User Management Application User

Step 2: Perform a search for the device authorization user (ACDeviceAuthenticationUser) that you set up previously.

Step 3: From the Available Devices list in the Device Associations box, choose the Workstation 1 and 2’s IPC’s and the Pilot Point just created.

Step 4: Click Save. Task 40 - Configuring Hunt Groups Configure the pilot point for which

Step 4: Click Save.

Task 40 - Configuring Hunt Groups

Configure the pilot point for which you want to add hunt group members, including associating the directory number to the pilot point.

Step 1: Return to the Attendant Console pilot point created above. Application Cisco Unified CM Attendant Console Pilot Point.

Step 2: Click Add Member in the Hunt Group Member Information area.

Step 4: Click Save. Task 40 - Configuring Hunt Groups Configure the pilot point for which

Step 3: Select User Member as the Member Option Step 4: Under User Member Information, select User Name acUser1 and Line Number 2

Step 4: Click Save. Task 40 - Configuring Hunt Groups Configure the pilot point for which

Step 5: Click Save. Step 6: Repeat steps 5 through 8 selecting User Name asUser2 and Line Number 2. Step 7: Click Add Member. Step 8: Select Device Member as the Member Option.

Step 9: Under Device Member Information if extension 6055 in internal is not in the drop down list then click on Find More DNs.

Step 10: Select the extension 6055 in Partition internal. Step 11: Click Add Selected. Step 12: Click the Always Route Member checkbox.

Step 5: Click Save. Step 6: Repeat steps 5 through 8 selecting User Name asUser2 and

Step 13: Click Save Step 14: Click Close Step 15: Ensure the Member Information is arranged in the following order:

Step 5: Click Save. Step 6: Repeat steps 5 through 8 selecting User Name asUser2 and

Step 16: Click Save Note: Cisco strongly recommends that the last hunt group does not link back to the first hunt group.

Task 41 - Cisco CallManager Attendant Console Server Service Configuration

Perform the following steps to update Cisco CallManager Attendant Console Server service parameters. Start the CM Attendant Console Server service:

Step 1: Select the Cisco Unified Serviceability option from the top right hand drop down list Step 2: Click Go. Step 3: Select Tools Service Activation Step 4: Under CTI Services click the Cisco CallManager Attendant Console Server

Step 5: Click Save. Step 6: Repeat steps 5 through 8 selecting User Name asUser2 and

Step 5: Click Save

Task 42 - Creating and Uploading the CorporateDirectory.txt File

Step 1: On Workstation1, create the following corporate directory file, using Notepad. Call it CorporateDirectory.txt:

Les,Paul,1003,Engineering

Fender,Leo,1002,Sales

Smith,Paul,1004,Marketing

Smith,Brian,1005,Customer Support Smith,,,Marketing Clark,,,

Step 2: In Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration, choose Application Cisco Unified CM Attendant Console Cisco Unified CM Attendant Console User File Upload.

Step 3: Choose Upload File. Step 4: Browse to the CorporateDirectory.txt file and click Upload.

Step 5: Click Close.

The next step would be to intstall either the Department or Business edition of the Attendant Console. Both these are now no longer packaged with the Communication Manager and need to be purchased separately

Task 43 - Using the Cisco RTMT Tool

Step 1: Navigate to Worstation1 and double click the RTMT Icon Step 2: Enter Host IP Address = 172.19.83.1 Step 3: UserID and password = CCMAdministrator/C1sco123 Step 4: Leave the port at 8443 and the Secure Connection box checked. Step 5: RTMT version 7.0 will open. If verification of the Digital Certificate is required, click Yes. Step 6: The application will request that you select a configuration. Select Default then click OK.

Task 43 - Using the Cisco RTMT Tool Step 1: Navigate to Worstation1 and double click

Task 44 – Viewing the System Summary

Step 1: The opening System Summary view shows server information. Review settings under the System pane on the top left.

Note: There are Communications Manager and Unity Connection panes as well on the lower left.

Note: Alert history list on the main System Summary page, including failed authentication attempts, are against CUCM-BE.

Task 45 – View Server Statistics

Step 1: View Server statistics by clicking on the views under the Server section – CPU and Memory, Process, Disk Usage, Critical Services

Step 2: Click on ‘Critical Services’ in left pane. The local host at the top of the page under ‘Critical Services at Host’ will default to the CUCM-BE (172.19.83.1). Notice the three tabs available - System, Communications Manager and Unity Connection. All the critical services can be viewed from this interface.

Task 43 - Using the Cisco RTMT Tool Step 1: Navigate to Worstation1 and double click

Step 3: Click on the UnityConnection tab. All services should show a service status of up. See the bottom of the page for the legend for icons.

Step 3: Click on the UnityConnection tab. All services should show a service status of up.

Step 4: Click the Communications Manager tab. Some of the services are up and some are not activated. Step 5: Look and see if the right services are activated or not. Step 6: Highlight a service and right click on it. Access Control Center directly from RTMT.

Step 3: Click on the UnityConnection tab. All services should show a service status of up.

Task 46 – Viewing Performance Evaluation

Step 1: Under Performance, click on the server IP address, under StandAloneCluster. There are several statistics and sub stat details that can be collected by double clicking on the options.

Step 2: Create up to six screens for performance details under the Call Manager tab shown on the bottom of the display.

Step 3: Click on the UnityConnection tab. All services should show a service status of up.

Step 3: Right click on the tab and select New Category, name it CUC and add six CUC performance stats to that window.

Step 3: Click on the UnityConnection tab. All services should show a service status of up.

Step 4: Toggle between the performance screens that were created to see how the program works.

Task 47 – Using Tools

Step 1: Review the tools available in the system pane through RTMT. Notice how future traces, logs, and syslog events can be viewed from one interface.

Communications Manager and Unity Connection are one interface

Step 2: Click on the Call Manager pane on the bottom left of the page. Step 3: Evaluate the tabs of Communications Manager Summary, Call Activity, Trunk Activity, Gateway Activity, Phone Summary, etc…. Step 4: Click on the Unity Connection pane, located at the bottom left of the page. There is only one selection to view - Port Monitor Step 5: Select a port and click Start Polling, in a bit, click Stop Polling and look at results.

Task 47 – Using Tools Step 1: Review the tools available in the system pane through

Note: These selections can all be done via the tool bar at the top by clicking on Application. RTMT will offer a quick link over to the system admin GUIs. Function keys are also available to jump over to the admin GUIs.

Unified Mobility (Single Number Reach) Overview

This module will cover the configuration of Mobile Connect sometimes referred to as Single Number Reach (SNR) which has been integrated with Communications Manager 7.x. By the end of this module a Remote Destination profile will be configured and enabled so that calls can be taken from either a cell phone or desk phone and moved between the two devices.

Task 48 - Configuring Unified Mobility and Mobile Voice Access

Enable the Cisco Unified Mobile Voice Access Service

Step 1: From the User Management drop down menu choose the End User Configuration page.

Task 47 – Using Tools Step 1: Review the tools available in the system pane through

Step 2: Select the softphone1 user.

Step 3: Click the Mobility and Enable Mobile Voice Access check boxes. Make sure that the phone is associated to the user.

Step 4: Click Save.

Step 5: Repeat this process for user softphone2. Step 6: Go to System  Licensing 

Step 5: Repeat this process for user softphone2. Step 6: Go to System Licensing License Unit Report Note: Checking the Enable Mobility checkbox increments the Units Used by 2.

Step 5: Repeat this process for user softphone2. Step 6: Go to System  Licensing 

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Step 5: Repeat this process for user softphone2. Step 6: Go to System  Licensing 

After

Create a Remote Destination Profile Step 7: Choose Device Device Settings Remote Destination Profile.

Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: In the Remote Destination Profile Information configuration screen, enter

Step 8: Click Add New

Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: In the Remote Destination Profile Information configuration screen, enter

Step 9: In the Remote Destination Profile Information configuration screen, enter the following:

Name: softphone1-rdp Description: softphone1 remote destination profile User ID: softphone1 Device Pool: Default All other fields: Accept Defaults

Step 8: Click Add New Step 9: In the Remote Destination Profile Information configuration screen, enter

Step 10: Click Save

Step 11: On the left hand side of the screen, under the Association Information Heading, click the Add a new DN link.

Step 11: On the left hand side of the screen, under the Association Information Heading, click

Step 12: In the Directory Number field enter ‘x’ (which is the 1st line appearance on the softphone1) Step 13: Leave all other settings as they are.

Step 11: On the left hand side of the screen, under the Association Information Heading, click

Step 14: Click Save

Step 15: At the upper right hand corner of the screen, under related links Select Configure Device (softphone1-rdp) and click Go

Step 16: Under the Associated Remote Destinations click the Add a New Remote Destination link.

Step 17: Under the Remote Destination Information section enter the following: Name: softphone1-cell Destination Number: x

Step 17: Under the Remote Destination Information section enter the following:

Name: softphone1-cell Destination Number: x (where x is 91 and the cell number of the phone used for this lab) Remote Destination Profile: softphone1-rdp Mobile Phone: Checked (this field tells UCM to ring this destination when Send call to Mobile Phone is selected.) Enable Mobile Connect: Checked

Step 18: Click Save. (A warning about Mobility Softkey will appear. Please continue. This will be created later.)

Step 19: After saving, under the Association Information, Check the Line Association box to associate Softphone1 DN with this mobile number.

Step 20: Change the Delay Before Ringing Timer to 0. Step 21: Click Save.
Step 20: Change the Delay Before Ringing Timer to 0.
Step 21: Click Save.
Step 17: Under the Remote Destination Information section enter the following: Name: softphone1-cell Destination Number: x

Task 49 - Mobile Voice Access and Enterprise Feature Access Phone Configuration

Mobile Voice Access allows two-stage dialing or a remote user Direct Inward System Access (DISA) access. The Mobile Voice Access feature relies on the Cisco Unified Mobile Voice Access Service, which MUST be activated manually from the Unified CM Serviceability configuration page.

Step 1: Select System Service Parameters from the main menu. (On systems with multiple CUCM’s this service can only be activated on the publisher node.)

Task 49 - Mobile Voice Access and Enterprise Feature Access Phone Configuration Mobile Voice Access allows

Step 2: Select the CUCMBE Step 3: Select Cisco CallManager service, then scroll down to the Clusterwide Parameters (System - Mobility) section Step 4: Change the Enable Enterprise Feature Access to True. Step 5: Change the Enable Mobile Voice Access to True. Step 6: In the Mobile Voice Access Number field enter 1551. Step 7: The Matching Caller ID with Remote Destination needs to be change to Partial Match. Step 8: Leave the Number of Digits for Caller ID Partial Match with the value of 10. Step 9: Click Save

Step 10: Restart the CallManager Service from the Control Center page on the Serviceability main page.

Step 10: Restart the CallManager Service from the Control Center page on the Serviceability main page. Step 11: In the upper right corner select Cisco Unified Serviceability and select Go. Step 12: Select Tools Control Center - Feature Services Cisco CallManager Step 13: Select the Cisco CallManager radial button Step 14: Click Restart

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Step 15: After the CallManager service restarts ensure that the phones register again.
Step 16: Navigate back to CM Administration.
Step 17: Select Media Resources and Mobile Voice Access from the main menu.
Step 10: Restart the CallManager Service from the Control Center page on the Serviceability main page.

Step 18: Enter the Pilot number 1551

Step 19: Move the Mobile Voice Access Localization feature English United States down from the Available Locales to Selected Locales.

Step 19: Move the Mobile Voice Access Localization feature English United States down from the Available

Step 20: Click Save Step 21: Select Call Routing Mobility Configuration menu to setup a handoff (DID).

Step 19: Move the Mobile Voice Access Localization feature English United States down from the Available

Step 22: Enter 1111 in the Handoff Number field Step 23: In the Enterprise Feature Access field enter 1999 Step 24: Click Save

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Step 25: Select Device  Device Settings  Softkey Template to configure the Mobility Softkeys. Step

Step 25: Select Device Device Settings Softkey Template to configure the Mobility Softkeys.

Step 25: Select Device  Device Settings  Softkey Template to configure the Mobility Softkeys. Step

Step 26: Click on Find Step 27: Click Standard User Step 28: Select Copy

Step 25: Select Device  Device Settings  Softkey Template to configure the Mobility Softkeys. Step

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Step 29: Name it Standard User – Mobility

Step 29: Name it Standard User – Mobility Step 30: Click Save Step 31: From Related

Step 30: Click Save Step 31: From Related Links return to Configure Softkey Layout by clicking Go Step 32: Select the On Hook call state Move Mobility over to the right

Step 29: Name it Standard User – Mobility Step 30: Click Save Step 31: From Related

Step 33: Click Save Step 34: Select the Connected call state Step 35: Move Mobility (Mobility) over to the right

Step 29: Name it Standard User – Mobility Step 30: Click Save Step 31: From Related

Step 36: Click Save Step 37: Return to the Phone configuration page for Workstation 1’s IPC.

Step 38: Associate the Softkey Template on the phone configuration page with the Softkey template that was just created.

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Step 39: Click Save Step 40: Reset/Restart the phone. It is now possible to call in

Step 39: Click Save Step 40: Reset/Restart the phone. It is now possible to call in from a cell phone or the device that was created as the remote destination.

Verify Mobility by running a trace with RTMT Task 50 - Create an H323 gateway

Step 1: Create a H323 gate by going in CCM Administration to Device Gateway Add a new gateway Step 2: Choose from the list of gateways, H323 gateway Step 3: Name it 172.16.1.1 and give it the description of Mobility Gateway. Step 4: Use the default Device Pool Step 5: Use 172.16.1.1 as the IP address for the gateway Step 6: Click on Save

Task 51 - Create a Route Pattern

Step 1: Create a route pattern to route calls to the mobility gateway by going to Call Routing > Route/Hunt > Route Pattern

Step 2: Use 9.1[2-9]xx[2-9]xxxxxx as the pattern. Step 3: Select the Mobility Gateway from the drop down list Step 4: On Called Party, choose to do a Pre-dot discard. Step 5: Click on Save

Task 52 - Set Tracing Parameters

Step 1: Browse to Call Manager Serviceability. Step 2: Click on Trace Trace Configuration Step 3: Choose your server Step 4: Choose the CM Services Step 5: Cisco Call Manager Step 6: Check the box to turn off tracing and click save. This will create a new file to start the tracing. Step 7: Uncheck the box to turn tracing back on. This creates a new file to store the trace information in.

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Step 8: Change the tracing level from Error to Detailed

Step 9: Check all boxes for trace parameters. Do not select devices to do a trace, you will miss key information in call-processing.

Step 10: Click on Save

Task 53 - Populate Trace information by making phone calls

Step 1: Make a call to the phone that was configured in the mobility exercise from another IPC phone. Note: The calls will result in a fast busy signal because this gateway does not exist.

Task 54 - View trace information with RTMT

Step 1: Double-click Remote Browse (Located within RTMT under Trace Log Central Options). Step 2: Choose the appropriate radio button, and click Next. Step 3: Choose Trace Files Step 4: In the Select CCM Services/Applications tab, perform the following task:

  • a. To collect traces for all services and applications for all servers, check the Select All Services on All Servers check box.

Step 5: Click next

Step 6: Select the CUC Services/Application tab and check Select All Services on All Servers check box and click Next

Step 7: In the Select System/Application Tab, choose Select All Services on all Servers check box. Step 8: Click Finish Step 9: After Traces become available, a message displays, Click Close

Step 10: To display the results, navigate to the file through the tree hierarchy. After the log file name displays in the pane on the right side of the window, right-click the mouse to select the type of program with which to view the file or double click the file to display the file in the default viewer.

Step 11: After the viewer opens, click CTL-F and type in the number to populate as the remote destination number, most likely the cell phone.

Step 12: The number should be highlighted with a db Mobility tag in front of it. This is CallManager doing call processing with Mobility Connect.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this lab. We hope that this was a valuable exercise for you.

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