Re: [cisco-voip] Basic Jabber Deploy question

2015-01-03 Thread Anthony Holloway
What version of Jabber are you deploying? According to the Jabber 10.5 deployment guide, in Phone Only mode, there's only three ways to set the TFTP server info, none of which are DNS SRV based: *Specify TFTP Servers in Phone Mode* If you deploy the client in phone mode you can provide the

Re: [cisco-voip] Basic Jabber Deploy question

2015-01-03 Thread Josh Warcop
Not sure about that far into the selection process. I don't know if the client does that or is given a priority list Sent from my Windows Phone From: Ed Leathermanmailto:ealeather...@gmail.com Sent: β€Ž1/β€Ž3/β€Ž2015 2:54 PM To: Josh Warcopmailto:j...@warcop.com Cc:

Re: [cisco-voip] Basic Jabber Deploy question

2015-01-03 Thread Ed Leatherman
Interesting, thanks Josh. So does the client just pick a node running tftp service on it's own then based on the information from UDS? The reason I ask is I only have 2 nodes running that right now and its sounds like either one could potentially be used by a client at any given time. On Sat, Jan

Re: [cisco-voip] Basic Jabber Deploy question

2015-01-03 Thread Josh Warcop
Great question. There is a mixture of TFTP/UDS and version 9.x or 10.x determines what is used and when. If you deploy the _cisco-uds SRV record you don't need to specify TFTP because the client discovers that service via UDS from the cluster. Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2015 10:38:57 -0500 Subject:

Re: [cisco-voip] Basic Jabber Deploy question

2015-01-03 Thread Ed Leatherman
Thanks Josh, As a follow up question then, lets say my jabber client happens to resolve _cisco-uds to a node that isn't running TFTP service - what tells it an IP address/hostname of a TFTP node to collect the phone configuration, or is that delivered via the UDS connection? Kevin: CUCM v9, not

[cisco-voip] Device pack installation methodology question

2015-01-03 Thread Ryan Huff
I need to install a device pack on a 2 node 9.1(2) CCM cluster to get support for some 88xx phones but I do not want to update the loads for anything else. The approach I am going to use is: Drop the publisher out of the CM Group, forcing all phones to the subscriber. Install the device pack

Re: [cisco-voip] Basic Jabber Deploy question

2015-01-03 Thread Florian Kroessbacher
Hy Look here https://developer.cisco.com/media/cisco-user-data-serviccs-usd-dev-guide/index.html?getting_started.html The Client goes to the UDS Service and get's all he needs to know where to go cheers -- Florian Kroessbacher florian.kroessbac...@gmail.com [image: Twitter]

Re: [cisco-voip] Device pack installation methodology question

2015-01-03 Thread Jeremy Bresley
On 1/3/2015 2:11 PM, Ryan Huff wrote: I need to install a device pack on a 2 node 9.1(2) CCM cluster to get support for some 88xx phones but I do not want to update the loads for anything else. The approach I am going to use is: Drop the publisher out of the CM Group, forcing all phones to

Re: [cisco-voip] AXL read-only

2015-01-03 Thread Anthony Holloway
You already found the answer: it's not possible at this time. You would have to write your own proxy to filter requests through. On Sat Jan 03 2015 at 1:16:07 PM Justin Steinberg jsteinb...@gmail.com wrote: Is there anyway to create an account that has CUCM AXL API read-only rights ? We

Re: [cisco-voip] Device pack installation methodology question

2015-01-03 Thread Ryan Huff
Correct, ordinarily that would be what I would do as well. In this case though, I am trying to avoid upgrading the firmware on anything, other than the devices I am trying to get support for. Thanks, Ryan Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2015 14:20:43 -0600 From: b...@brezworks.com To:

Re: [cisco-voip] AXL read-only

2015-01-03 Thread Stephen Welsh
I concur with Anthony, One thought, if you only need to give them SQL access (i.e. not the full AXL API) then writing a simple AXL client that only exposes SQLQuery would meet your needs as it’s not possible to perform a SQL Update using the SQL Query AXL Method. Stephen On 3 Jan 2015, at