Well at this point is say get a TAC case opened if it's for production
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On Mar 20, 2014, at 9:14 AM, Jeffrey Girard jeffrey.gir...@girardinc.com
From: Ryan Huff [mailto:rthconsulta...@gmail.com]
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At this point if say get a TAC case opened if it is production and you have a
I retired my use of CUPC and moved to JFW . CUPC should be working as long
as all the ownership stuff is setup correctly.
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On Mar 20, 2014, at 9:14 AM, Jeffrey Girard
Well, I finally bit the bullet and stood up a MS AD domain in my lab.
I integrated CUCM into the LDAP and imported the users from LDAP
I also stood up a DNS server.
I reconfigured CUPS to the new domain, joined all of the endpoint
laptops to the
H ... CUPC is old tech . Let me fire up the not-so-way-back machine.
Device and client control almost always comes down to an ownership issue
1. End User has Standard CTI Enabled privilege
2. User owns the Client Services Framework profile
3. User owns the actual phone (unless
I like your idea of entering the IM address where you would normally lookup a
contact or dial a number. I’m thinking that would be a feature request. I
just haven’t seen it done, so I am not sure if it is a feature.
From: Jeffrey Girard [mailto:jeffrey.gir...@girardinc.com]
Yes, it certainly is an option as this is simply my home lab and Im
doing it to learn.
The only features that I know of that would not be available without
LDAP integration would be authentication against the AD structure and user
lookups. Neither of these seem to
Is the a reason you're using CUPC as opposed to Jabber? I'm not sure CUPC
is support on CUCM and IMP 9.x?
If you were to use Jabber here is the JFW guide
Thank you for taking the time to respond.
Yes, there is a reason - its that Im trying to learn so Im taking it
step by step.
I intended to start with CUPC and then move to Jabber.
I will check on your interoperability comments.
Apparently it is still supported... I've not deployed CUPC since JFW was
In IMP do you have a CCMCIP setup?
When you put a mouse over a contact or select the Contact Details what is the
IM address? It should match your Presence Domain.
Check the log files/Wireshark.
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I appreciate your response.
As to your first question, yes, I have setup CCMCIP.
From my original posting
Application - Legacy Clients - CCMCIP Profile. I created
a new profile, set the Primary and Secondary CCMCIP Host to be the IP
Is it an option to use LDAP integration? There are certain cups features that
won't work with out it. In a lab environment, you can always use OpenLDAP or
something like that.
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On Mar 15, 2014, at 9:11 PM, Jeffrey Girard jeffrey.gir...@girardinc.com
Home Lab - learning Presence
CUPS 9 (not 8.6 as virtually all of the help and discussion forums, documents,
etc are for)
CUPC 8.6 (3 copies running on 3 different laptops)
4 users configured in CUCM for Presence capabilities
No LDAP integration
Presence indicators for
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