Sorry. I’m mixing scenarios.

I think I have the process of adding Jabber devices for users with an existing 
phone down pat. With some oddities that we’ll have to address.

I’m concerned with creating Jabber devices for users without an existing phone 
-or- DN.

That being said, I believe I have that figured out, but will need to test it 
out.


  *   Go to quick user/phone add
  *   Select user (that has already been imported)
  *   Go to extension section
  *   Add a new extension using the appropriate Line template
  *   Click save (likely)
  *   Go to manage devices and add the appropriate device

We’ll have to see how that works out.

Lelio



From: Pawlowski, Adam <aj...@buffalo.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 10:50 AM
To: Lelio Fulgenzi <le...@uoguelph.ca>; Anthony Holloway 
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Subject: RE: [cisco-voip] setting primary phone for Jabber users without a 
physical phone - licensing

I’m still a bit confused, unless you mean that with the quick add you’ve 
already set extensions for the user so that the templates will work, as you’ve 
already provisioned a phone?

We are sort of in the same boat. The sync will provision based on a mask if 
your LDAP data contains good numbers. You can also tell it to start assigning 
numbers from a pool on the same screen.  I have multiple exchanges I issue 
numbers from based on customer/location so this doesn’t do me any good 
pool-wise, and we don’t control the LDAP data so anything goes there.

You can configure the DN first, yes, as long as it is the primary extension it 
will appear in the quick add tool. I haven’t quite figured out where it stores 
the rest of the DNs you can add there or their order but the primary extension 
sure appears there.

I’m not sure if Prime Provisioning can assist with this task since it has some 
more capabilities, if it works for your installation.

From: Lelio Fulgenzi <le...@uoguelph.ca<mailto:le...@uoguelph.ca>>
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 10:33 AM
To: Anthony Holloway 
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Cc: Pawlowski, Adam <aj...@buffalo.edu<mailto:aj...@buffalo.edu>>; voyp list, 
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Subject: RE: [cisco-voip] setting primary phone for Jabber users without a 
physical phone - licensing

Yeah – I was looking at that. I’m not sure we can take that approach because we 
have so many already imported. And extensions are assigned by us, not the AD 
team. It’s weird.

I will look through.

Question: Is there a “pool” that CCM will grab an extension from to assign 
magically?

From: Anthony Holloway 
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Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 10:28 AM
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Subject: Re: [cisco-voip] setting primary phone for Jabber users without a 
physical phone - licensing

The way I use self-provisioning, is to allow CUCM to create the lines for me at 
user synchronization time.

System > LDAP > Dir > Enterprise Users* > Feature Group Template > Common 
Features* > User Profile > Common User* > Universal Line Template > Common 
Line* > All kinds of template settings
System > LDAP > Dir > Enterprise Users* > Apply Mask to synced telephone 
numbers to create a new line for inserted users > Checked
System > LDAP > Dir > Enterprise Users* > Apply Mask to synced telephone 
numbers to create a new line for inserted users  > Mask > XXXXXXXXXXXX**

*These are just the names of my objects, your names might be different.
**That's 12 Xs to accommodate a NANP +E164 number from LDAP

On Tue, Jan 14, 2020 at 9:54 PM Lelio Fulgenzi 
<le...@uoguelph.ca<mailto:le...@uoguelph.ca>> wrote:

I guess I’m missing the piece of how is an extension assigned then?

With an existing phone, the extension is assigned automatically.

I was gonna do some testing, but any pointers would help.

I mean, can I create the DN first? And configure DN with userID?

I’m still getting used to this process.
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On Jan 14, 2020, at 8:35 AM, Pawlowski, Adam 
<aj...@buffalo.edu<mailto:aj...@buffalo.edu>> wrote:
The quick user/phone add should work as generically for Jabber devices as 
anything else. Just that I’ve found that the common phone profile will not 
populate the correct “Cisco Support Field” for mobile and I have to go into 
those and key in the configuration file that customer should have.

It ended up being easier to insert via AXL to avoid having to fool with that.

Adam

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Subject: [cisco-voip] setting primary phone for Jabber users without a physical 
phone - licensing


I’m trying to setup an easy to replicate (troubleshoot/reconcile) system in 
place for our Jabber deployment.

We’ve decided to assign each Jabber device type to each user so there’s no 
end-user support issues when they want to use it on another device and/or move 
from one device type to another.

If I’m not mistaken, in this case, and, in any case where a primary phone is 
not set, more licenses are used then would need to be. The issue at hand here, 
is what happens when we deploy Jabber without a physical phone?

I’m already finding that the quick/add feature really only works when a phone 
is configured (although I have to work through that). So, I’m wondering, is it 
worthwhile to configure a “dummy” phone for Jabber users and set the primary 
phone for all Jabber clients to this dummy phone? Or should I ask them to pick 
the CSF jabber device as the primary phone for example?

What have others done?

Lelio

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