Bulk Extension Mobility
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The Uplinx Remote Phone Control Tool‘s bulk Extension Mobility wizard has been designed for Cisco administrators and deployment engineers to perform batch operations on Cisco Extension Mobility. A typical usage scenario is to log out phones, migrate to a new Cisco server and log in the Cisco end users on the new CUCM cluster.

This feature can be very convenient in migration scenarios for Cisco end users as they do not need to be aware of server changes and do not need to perform manual log-ins. The Bulk Extension Mobility wizard can be used to migrate users from one server to another without the end user manually logging in.

For new locations or end users, the device profiles created in Cisco CUCM BAT can be logged into phones without engaging end users. A command file (in CSV format generated in Excel) can be processed by the Bulk Extension Mobility wizard or, alternatively, a command file can be used and generated by the UPLINX Phone Control Tool during log-in, log-out or get-status command operations.

Cisco device profiles and end users can be logged into phones using a command file, in CSV format generated in Excel, that can be executed by the Bulk Extension Mobility wizard. A command file can be executed and is generated by the application during log-in, log-out or get-status actions.

The Bulk Extension Mobility wizard, along with all other bulk features, requires a Professional or Enterprise license and is not included with the Standard license.

The Bulk Extension Mobility wizard enables you to easily perform Cisco Extension Mobility operations to a single or group of Cisco phones and has the following features:

Please note that a Cisco end-user with its device profile can be logged-in interactively by using Uplinx Remote Phone Control when controlling a phone. Please see login/logout Extension Mobility.

This section covers the following topics for Cisco Extension Mobility in bulk:

 Remote Extension Mobility Login on Cisco Phones - Deploy


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