Table of Content

Table of Contents

1 Report Information 1.1 Report Generation 2 System 2.1 Server 2.2 Services 2.3 Cisco Unified CM 2.4 Cisco Unified CM Group 2.5 Presence Redundancy Groups 2.6 Phone NTP Reference 2.7 Date/Time Group 2.8 BLF Presence Group 2.9 Region Information 2.9.1 Audio Codec Preference Lists 2.9.2 Region 2.10 Device Pool 2.11 Device Mobility 2.11.1 Device Mobility Group 2.11.2 Device Mobility Info 2.12 DHCP 2.12.1 DHCP Server 2.12.2 DHCP Subnet 2.13 LDAP 2.13.1 LDAP System 2.13.2 LDAP Directory 2.13.3 LDAP Authentication 2.13.4 LDAP Custom Filter 2.14 SAML Single Sign-On 2.15 Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) 2.16 Location Information 2.16.1 Location 2.16.2 Location Bandwidth Manager Group 2.16.3 Location Bandwidth Manager Intercluster Replication Group 2.17 Physical Location 2.18 SRST 2.19 MLPP 2.19.1 MLPP Domain 2.19.2 Resource Priority Namespace Network Domain 2.19.3 Resource Priority Namespace List 2.20 Enterprise Parameters 2.21 Enterprise Phone Configuration 2.22 Security Profile 2.22.1 Certificate 2.22.2 Phone Security Profile 2.22.3 SIP Trunk Security Profile 2.22.4 CUMA Server Security Profile 2.23 Application Server 2.24 Geolocation 2.25 Geolocation Filter 2.26 E911 Messages 3 Call Routing 3.1 AAR Group 3.2 Dial Rules 3.2.1 Application Dial Rules 3.2.2 Directory Lookup Dial Rules 3.2.3 SIP Dial Rules 3.3 Route Filter 3.4 Route / Hunt 3.4.1 Route List and Route Group 3.4.2 Local Route Group Names 3.4.3 Route Pattern (Condensed) 3.4.4 Hunt Pilot - List and Group 3.4.5 Hunt List 3.4.6 Hunt Pilot 3.5 SIP Route Pattern (Condensed) 3.6 Class of Control 3.6.1 Access List 3.6.2 Time Schedule and Period 3.6.3 Partition 3.6.4 Calling Search Space 3.7 Intercom 3.7.1 Intercom Route Partition 3.7.2 Intercom Calling Search Space 3.7.3 Intercom Directory Number 3.7.3.1 Intercom Directory Number - Unassigned 3.7.4 Intercom Translation Pattern 3.8 Client Matter Codes 3.9 Forced Authorization Code 3.10 Translation Pattern (Condensed) 3.11 Call Park 3.12 Directed Call Park 3.13 Call Pickup Group 3.13.1 Call Pickup Group - Group Members 3.14 Directory Number (Condensed) 3.14.1 Directory Numbers - Unallocated (Condensed) 3.15 Meet-Me Number/Pattern 3.16 Route Plan Report 3.17 Transformation 3.17.1 Transformation Pattern 3.17.1.1 Calling Party Transformation Pattern 3.17.1.2 Called Party Transformation Pattern 3.17.2 Transformation Profile 3.18 Mobility 3.18.1 Mobility Enterprise Feature Access Number 3.18.2 Handoff Configuration 3.18.3 Mobility Profile 3.19 Logical Partitioning Policy 3.20 External Call Control Profile 3.21 HTTP Profile 3.22 Call Control Discovery 3.22.1 Hosted DN Group 3.22.2 Hosted DN Pattern 3.22.3 Advertising Service 3.22.4 Partition 3.22.5 Requesting Service 3.22.6 Blocked Learned Pattern 3.23 Global Dial Plan Replication 3.23.1 Advertised Patterns 3.23.2 Blocked Learned Numbers and Patterns 3.23.3 Partitions for Learned Numbers and Patterns 3.23.4 Learned Numbers 3.23.5 Learned Patterns 3.23.6 Learned Directory URIs 3.23.7 Imported Global Dial Plan Catalogs 3.23.8 Imported Directory URIs 3.23.9 Imported Patterns 4 Media Resources 4.1 Annunciator 4.2 Conference Bridge 4.3 Media Termination Point 4.4 MoH Sources 4.5 MoH Servers 4.6 VoH Servers 4.7 Transcoder 4.8 Media Resource Groups and Lists 4.9 Mobile Voice Access 4.10 Announcements 5 Advanced Features 5.1 Voice Mail 5.1.1 Cisco Voice Mail Port 5.1.2 Message Waiting 5.1.3 MWI On 5.1.4 Voice Mail Profile and Pilot 5.2 SAF 5.2.1 SAF Security Profile 5.2.2 SAF Forwarder 5.3 EMCC 5.3.1 EMCC Feature Configuration 5.3.2 EMCC Intercluster Service Profile 5.4 Cluster View 5.5 Intercompany Media Services 5.5.1 Server Connection 5.5.2 Enrolled Group 5.5.3 Enrolled Pattern 5.5.4 Exclusion Group 5.5.5 Exclusion Number 5.5.6 Trust Group 5.5.7 Trust Element 5.5.8 Service 5.5.9 E.164 Transformation 5.5.10 Learned Route 5.5.11 Firewall 5.5.12 Intercompany Media Services Feature Configuration 5.6 Fallback 5.6.1 Fallback Profile 5.6.2 Fallback Feature Configuration 5.7 VPN 5.7.1 VPN Profile 5.7.2 VPN Group 5.7.3 VPN Gateway 5.7.4 VPN Feature Configuration 5.8 Called Party Tracing List 5.9 ILS Configuration 5.10 Call Control Agent Profile 5.11 Directory Number Alias Lookup And Sync 6 Device 6.1 CTI Route Point 6.2 Gatekeeper 6.3 Gateway 6.3.1 Gateway Overview 6.3.2 MGCP Gateway 6.3.2.1 MGCP Gateway Endpoints 6.3.3 H.323 Gateway 6.3.4 Analog Gateway 6.4 Phone 6.4.1 Phone Filter 6.4.2 Analog Phone (5) 6.4.3 CTI Port (4) 6.4.4 Cisco 6941 (1) 6.4.5 Cisco 7821 (1) 6.4.6 Cisco 7861 (1) 6.4.7 Cisco 7941 (1) 6.4.8 Cisco 7945 (3) 6.4.9 Cisco 7960 (1) 6.4.10 Cisco 7961G-GE (1) 6.4.11 Cisco 7965 (4) 6.4.12 Cisco 7975 (1) 6.4.13 Cisco 8831 (1) 6.4.14 Cisco 8841 (1) 6.4.15 Cisco 8851 (2) 6.4.16 Cisco 8941 (1) 6.4.17 Cisco 9951 (1) 6.4.18 Cisco 9971 (2) 6.4.19 Cisco Unified Client Services Framework (5) 6.4.20 Universal Device Template (2) 6.4.21 Subscribed Services 6.4.22 Speed Dials 6.4.23 Busy Lamp Field Speed Dials 6.4.24 Busy Lamp Field Directed Call Parks 6.5 Trunk 6.5.1 Trunk - Overview 6.5.2 Trunk - Detailed 6.6 Remote Destination 6.7 Device Settings 6.7.1 Device Defaults 6.7.2 Firmware Load Information 6.7.3 Default Device Profile 6.7.4 Device Profile 6.7.4.1 Device Profile Filter 6.7.4.2 Cisco 6921 (1) 6.7.4.3 Cisco 7945 (3) 6.7.4.4 Cisco 7975 (5) 6.7.4.5 Cisco 8851 (1) 6.7.4.6 Subscribed Services 6.7.4.7 Speed Dials 6.7.4.8 Busy Lamp Field Speed Dials 6.7.4.9 Busy Lamp Field Directed Call Parks 6.7.5 Phone Button Template 6.7.6 Softkey Template 6.7.7 Phone Services 6.7.8 SIP Profile 6.7.9 Common Device Configuration 6.7.10 Common Phone Profile 6.7.11 Remote Destination Profile 6.7.12 Feature Control Policy 6.7.13 Recording Profile 6.7.14 SIP Normalization Script 6.7.15 SDP Transparency Profile 6.7.16 Network Access Profile 6.7.17 Wireless LAN Profile 6.7.18 Wireless LAN Profile Group 6.7.19 Wifi Hotspot Profile 7 User Management 7.1 Application User 7.2 End User (Condensed) 7.3 SIP Realm 7.4 User Settings 7.4.1 Credential Policy Default 7.4.2 Credential Policy 7.4.3 Role 7.4.4 Access Control Group 7.4.5 Application User CAPF Profile 7.4.6 End User CAPF Profile 7.4.7 UC Service 7.4.8 Service Profile 7.4.9 User Profile 7.5 Self-Provisioning


1 Report Information

This configuration report contains the configuration objects for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster.

1.1 Report Generation

This configuration report for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster has the following details:

Report Info
Report date24/03/2015 2:31:20 PM
Report generated forCustomerA
DescriptionAs-Built Documentation for project
Server Info
CUCM version10.5.2.10000(5)
CUCM IP10.5.1.110
Report Settings
Report TypeSync and Generate report
Visual styleBlu Light.css
Report ContentAll objects
Template HTMLCCMreportTemplate.htm
Template WordBars_Phones_Green_Blue.doc
Report Tool Info
Report Tool version10.6.2 / 5 March 2015
Report Tool LicenseDemo

2 System

The following chapters describe the configuration items in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration System menu:

2.1 Server

The following Cisco Unified servers are present in the cluster:

Server Configuration
Host Name/IP AddressServer TypeDatabase ReplicationIPv6 AddressMAC AddressDescriptionLBM Intercluster Replication Group
10.5.1.110CUCM Voice/VideoPublisherwww.uplinx.com.au123123123123Description for 110LBM_Intercluster_ReplGroup
10.5.1.113CUCM Voice/VideoSubscriber    
10.5.1.112CUCM Voice/VideoSubscriber    
10.5.1.114CUCM IM and PresencePublisher    

2.2 Services

The following services are present on this server:

Services
Server NameNode TypeService NameStatusActivation StatusStart Time
10.5.1.110PublisherA Cisco DBStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:42 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherA Cisco DB ReplicatorStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:43 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco AMC ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:16 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco AXL Web ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:25 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Audit Event ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:20 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Bulk Provisioning ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:34 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CAR DBStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:29 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CAR SchedulerStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:22 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CDPStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:00 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CDP AgentStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:52 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CDR AgentStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:14 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CDR Repository ManagerStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:13 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CallManager AdminStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CallManager Cisco IP Phone ServicesStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CallManager Personal DirectoryStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CallManager ServiceabilityStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CallManager Serviceability RTMTStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Certificate Change NotificationStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:08 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Certificate Expiry MonitorStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:07 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Change Credential ApplicationStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:25 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco DRF LocalStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:06 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco DRF MasterStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:05 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Database Layer MonitorStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:44 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco DirSyncStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:33 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco E911StartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:25 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco ELM Client ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Extension MobilityStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:25 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Extension Mobility ApplicationStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco License ManagerStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:04 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Log Partition Monitoring ToolStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:59 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Prime LM AdminStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:25 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Prime LM DBStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:45 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Prime LM ServerStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:26 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco RIS Data CollectorStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:15 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco RTMT Reporter ServletStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco SOAP - CallRecord ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:24 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Serviceability ReporterStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:31 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Syslog AgentStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:53 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco TftpStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:35 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco TomcatStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:46 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Tomcat Stats ServletStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Trace Collection ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:11 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Trace Collection ServletStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:21 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Trust Verification ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:47 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco User Data ServicesStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:25 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco WebDialer Web ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:25 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherHost Resources AgentStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:50 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherMIB2 AgentStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:49 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherPlatform Administrative Web ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 16:05:25 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherSNMP Master AgentStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:48 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherSOAP - Diagnostic Portal Database ServiceStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:23 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherSOAP -Log Collection APIsStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:03 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherSOAP -Performance Monitoring APIsStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:02 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherSOAP -Real-Time Service APIsStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:56:01 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherSystem Application AgentStartedActivatedSun Mar 22 15:55:51 2015
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CAR Web ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CTIManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CTL ProviderStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CallManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco CallManager SNMP ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Certificate Authority Proxy FunctionStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco DHCP Monitor ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Dialed Number AnalyzerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Dialed Number Analyzer ServerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Directory Number Alias LookupStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Directory Number Alias SyncStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Extended FunctionsStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco IP Manager AssistantStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Intercluster Lookup ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Location Bandwidth ManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Prime LM Resource APIStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Prime LM Resource Legacy APIStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco SOAP - CDRonDemand ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco TAPS ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco UXL Web ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherCisco Unified Mobile Voice Access ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.110PublisherSelf Provisioning IVRStoppedDeactivated< None >

2.3 Cisco Unified CM

The Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster consists of the following servers:

Cisco Unified CM
CUCM ServerDetails
10.5.1.110
Server Information
CUCM Server10.5.1.110
CUCM NameCUCM1052
CTI ID1
DescriptionCUCM1052
Location Bandwidth Manager Group< None >
Auto-registration Information
Universal Device Template< None >
Universal Line Template< None >
Starting Directory Number
Ending Directory Number
Auto-registration activeAutoReg disabled
TCP Port Settings for this Server
Ethernet Phone Port2000
MGCP Listen Port2427
MGCP Keep-alive Port2428
SIP Phone Port5060
SIP Phone Secure Port5061
10.5.1.113
Server Information
CUCM Server10.5.1.113
CUCM NameCM_10.5.1.113
CTI ID2
Description10.5.1.113
Location Bandwidth Manager Group< None >
Auto-registration Information
Universal Device TemplateAuto-registration Template
Universal Line TemplateSample Line Template with TAG usage examples
Starting Directory Number11000
Ending Directory Number12000
Auto-registration activeAutoReg enabled
TCP Port Settings for this Server
Ethernet Phone Port2000
MGCP Listen Port2427
MGCP Keep-alive Port2428
SIP Phone Port5060
SIP Phone Secure Port5061
10.5.1.112
Server Information
CUCM Server10.5.1.112
CUCM NameCM_10.5.1.112
CTI ID3
Description10.5.1.112
Location Bandwidth Manager Group< None >
Auto-registration Information
Universal Device TemplateAuto-registration Template
Universal Line TemplateSample Line Template with TAG usage examples
Starting Directory Number10000
Ending Directory Number11000
Auto-registration activeAutoReg enabled
TCP Port Settings for this Server
Ethernet Phone Port2000
MGCP Listen Port2427
MGCP Keep-alive Port2428
SIP Phone Port5060
SIP Phone Secure Port5061

2.4 Cisco Unified CM Group

A Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) group specifies a prioritized list of up to three Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)s.

The first Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) in the list serves as the primary Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) for that group, and the other members of the group serve as secondary and tertiary (backup) Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)s. Each device pool has one Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) group assigned to it. When a device registers, it attempts to connect to the primary (first) Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) in the group that is assigned to its device pool. If the primary Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) is not available, the device tries to connect to the next Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) that is listed in the group, and so on.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) groups provide important features for your system:

Cisco Unified CM Group
NameAuto-registrationGroup Members
DefaultCM_10.5.1.113
CM_10.5.1.112
CMG_SubsCM_10.5.1.113
CM_10.5.1.112
CMG_Sub1CM_10.5.1.112
CMG_Sub2CM_10.5.1.113

2.5 Presence Redundancy Groups

A presence redundancy group is comprised of two or more IM and Presence Service nodes from the same cluster and provides both redundancy and recovery for IM and Presence Service clients and applications.

The following presence redundancy group are defined:

Presence Redundancy Groups
NameDescriptionPresence Servers
DefaultCUPSubclusterDefault subcluster10.5.1.114

2.6 Phone NTP Reference

This table lists the NTP servers that you want the SIP phone to use to get its date and time.

Note: Cisco Unified Communications Manager cannot be configured as Phone NTP References.

Phone NTP Reference
IP AdressDescriptionMode
10.5.1.11610.5.1.116Anycast

2.7 Date/Time Group

Date/Time Groups define time zones for the various devices that are connected to Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM).

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) provides a default Date/Time Group called CMLocal that configures automatically when you install Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM); however, Cisco recommends that you configure a group for each local time zone. CMLocal synchronizes to the active date and time of the operating system on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) server. After installing Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM), you can change the settings for CMLocal as desired. Normally, you adjust the server date/time to the local time zone date and time.

Date/Time Group
Group NameTime ZoneDate FormatTime FormatPhone NTP References
CMLocalEtc/GMT
(GMT) Monrovia, Casablanca
M/D/Y24-hour 

2.8 BLF Presence Group

Presence groups control the destinations that presence watchers can monitor.

To configure a presence group, create the group and assign one or more destinations and watchers to the same group.

Note : The system always allows presence requests within the same presence group. You must also specify the relationships to other presence groups by using one of the following permissions: Use System Default: use the Default Inter-Presence Group Subscription service parameter, Allow Subscription, Disallow Subscription.

BLF Presence Group
NameDescriptionBLF Presence Group Relationship
Standard Presence groupStandard Presence group
BLF Presence GroupSubscription Permission
NOTE: Presence Groups(s) not displayedUse System Default

2.9 Region Information

The following chapters describe the items in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration 'Region Information' menu:

2.9.1 Audio Codec Preference Lists

The Audio Codec Preference settings define the order of audio codec preference, both for calls within a region and for between regions.

Unified CM has two default Audio Codec Preference lists, one for lossy regions and another for low-loss regions. These are the Factory Default lossy, and the Factory Default low loss.

The following Audio Codec Preference lists are configured:

Audio Codec Preference List Information
NameDescriptionCodecs in List
Factory Default lossyLossy Codec ListAMR-WB (7k-24k)
AMR (5k-13k)
MP4A-LATM 128k
AAC-LD (MP4A Generic)
MP4A-LATM 64k
MP4A-LATM 56k
L16 256k
MP4A-LATM 48k
ISAC 32k
MP4A-LATM 32k
G.722 64k
G.722.1 32k
G.722 56k
G.722.1 24k
G.722 48k
MP4A-LATM 24k
G.711 U-Law 64k
G.711 A-Law 64k
G.711 U-Law 56k
G.711 A-Law 56k
ILBC 16k
G.728 16k
GSM Enhanced Full Rate 13k
GSM Full Rate 13k
G.729b 8k
G.729ab 8k
G.729 8k
G.729a 8k
GSM Half Rate 6k
G.723.1 7k
Factory Default low lossLow Loss Codec ListAMR-WB (7k-24k)
AMR (5k-13k)
MP4A-LATM 128k
AAC-LD (MP4A Generic)
MP4A-LATM 64k
MP4A-LATM 56k
L16 256k
MP4A-LATM 48k
G.722 64k
ISAC 32k
MP4A-LATM 32k
G.722.1 32k
G.722 56k
G.722.1 24k
G.722 48k
MP4A-LATM 24k
G.711 U-Law 64k
G.711 A-Law 64k
G.711 U-Law 56k
G.711 A-Law 56k
ILBC 16k
G.728 16k
GSM Enhanced Full Rate 13k
GSM Full Rate 13k
G.729b 8k
G.729ab 8k
G.729 8k
G.729a 8k
GSM Half Rate 6k
G.723.1 7k

2.9.2 Region

Regions specify the bandwidth that is used for audio and video calls within a region and between existing regions. The audio codec determines the type of compression and the maximum amount of bandwidth that is used per audio call. The video call bandwidth comprises the sum of the audio bandwidth and video bandwidth but does not include overhead.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) allows addition of a maximum of 500 regions.

Region
NameRegion Relationships
Default
RegionAudio Codec Preference ListMaximum Audio Bit RateMaximum Session Bit Rate for Video CallsMaximum Session Bit Rate for Immersive Video Calls
DefaultUse System Default64 kbps (G.722, G.711)384 kbps2147483647 kbps
G711Use System Default64 kbps (G.722, G.711)384 kbps2147483647 kbps
NOTE: Regions(s) not displayedUse System DefaultUse System DefaultUse System DefaultUse System Default
G711
RegionAudio Codec Preference ListMaximum Audio Bit RateMaximum Session Bit Rate for Video CallsMaximum Session Bit Rate for Immersive Video Calls
G711Use System Default64 kbps (G.722, G.711)384 kbps2147483647 kbps
DefaultUse System Default64 kbps (G.722, G.711)384 kbps2147483647 kbps
R_1Use System Default64 kbps (G.722, G.711)384 kbps2147483647 kbps
R_2Use System Default64 kbps (G.722, G.711)384 kbps2147483647 kbps
NOTE: Regions(s) not displayedUse System DefaultUse System DefaultUse System DefaultUse System Default
R_1
RegionAudio Codec Preference ListMaximum Audio Bit RateMaximum Session Bit Rate for Video CallsMaximum Session Bit Rate for Immersive Video Calls
G711Use System Default64 kbps (G.722, G.711)384 kbps2147483647 kbps
NOTE: Regions(s) not displayedUse System DefaultUse System DefaultUse System DefaultUse System Default
R_2
RegionAudio Codec Preference ListMaximum Audio Bit RateMaximum Session Bit Rate for Video CallsMaximum Session Bit Rate for Immersive Video Calls
G711Use System Default64 kbps (G.722, G.711)384 kbps2147483647 kbps
NOTE: Regions(s) not displayedUse System DefaultUse System DefaultUse System DefaultUse System Default

2.10 Device Pool

Device pools define sets of common characteristics for devices. The device pool structure supports the separation of user and location information. The device pool now contains only device- and location-related information. The Common Profile window records all the user-oriented information. Ensure that each device is associated with a device pool and with a common profile for user-oriented information.

Device Pool
NameDevice Pool Configuration
DP-MB1
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP-MB1
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP-MB1-New
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP-MB1-New
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP-MB2
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP-MB2
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP_1
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP_1
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP_2
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP_2
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP_3
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP_3
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP_AutoReg
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP_AutoReg
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP_Brisbane
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP_Brisbane
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP_LoggedOut
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP_LoggedOut
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP_Perth
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP_Perth
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
DP_Sydney
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDP_Sydney
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
Default
Device Pool Settings
Device Pool NameDefault
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Calling Search Space for Auto-registrationCSS_Autoreg
Adjunct CSS< None >
Reverted Call Focus PriorityDefault
Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group< None >
Local Route Group Settings
Standard Local Route Group 1< None >
Non Standard TEST group 1< None >
Roaming Sensitive Settings
Date/Time GroupCMLocal
RegionG711
Media Resource Group List< None >
Location< None >
Network Locale< None >
SRST ReferenceDisable
Connection Monitor Duration
Single Button BargeDefault
Join Across LinesDefault
Physical Location< None >
Device Mobility Group< None >
Wireless LAN Profile Group< None >
Device Mobility Related Information
Device Mobility Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Group< None >
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geo Location Configuration
Geo Location< None >
Geo Location Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Incoming Called Party Settings
National Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
International Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Unknown Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Subscriber Number (Prefix/Strip Digits/CSS)Default / 0 / < None >
Caller ID For Calls From This Phone
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Redirecting Party Settings
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >

2.11 Device Mobility

The Device Mobility feature dynamically changes important location settings, such as calling search space, region, date/time group, and SRST reference, for roaming devices. Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses device pool settings to implement new parameters when the phone roams away from its home location. Administrators no longer need to reconfigure location settings when a phone changes location.

The dynamically reconfigured location settings ensure that voice quality and allocation of resources are appropriate for the new phone location:

2.11.1 Device Mobility Group

Device mobility groups support the device mobility feature. Device mobility groups represent the highest level geographic entities in your network. Depending upon the network size and scope, your device mobility groups could represent countries, regions, states or provinces, cities, or other entities. For example, an enterprise with a worldwide network might choose device mobility groups that represent individual countries, whereas an enterprise with a national or regional network might define device mobility groups that represent states, provinces, or cities.

Device Mobility Group
NameDescription
DMG1Desc DMG1
DMG2Desc DMG2

2.11.2 Device Mobility Info

The Device Mobility Info window specifies the subnets and device pools that are used for device mobility. When a phone registers with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, the system compares the IP address of the device to device mobility subnets that are specified in the Device Mobility Info window and associated with one of the device pools.

The matching subnet becomes the device's home subnet for the purpose of device mobility.

Device Mobility Info
NameSubnetMaskSelected Device Pools
Device_Mobility_Info_10.0.0.02DP_Brisbane
DP-MB2
DP-MB1

2.12 DHCP

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server enables Cisco Unified IP Phones, connected to either the customer's data or voice Ethernet network, to dynamically obtain their IP addresses and configuration information. DHCP uses Domain Name System (DNS) to resolve host names both within and outside the cluster.

This section contains:

2.12.1 DHCP Server

The following Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers are configured:

DHCP Server
Host ServerInfo
10.5.1.110
DHCP Server Information
Primary DNS IPv4 Address10.5.1.112
Secondary DNS IPv4 Address
Primary TFTP Server IPv4 Address(Option 150)
Secondary TFTP Server IPv4 Address(Option 150)
Bootstrap Server IPv4 Address
Domain Name
TFTP Server Name(Option 66)
ARP Cache Timeout(sec)0
IP Address Lease Time(sec) 0
Renewal(T1) Time(sec)0
Rebinding(T2) Time(sec)0

2.12.2 DHCP Subnet

The following Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) subnets are configured:

DHCP Subnet
Host ServerSubnet IPv4 AddressIPv4 Subnet MaskInfo
10.5.1.1100.0.0.010.5.1.120
DHCP Subnet Information
Subnet IPv4 Address0.0.0.0
Primary Start IPv4 Address10.5.1.120
Primary End IPv4 Address10.5.1.120
Secondary Start IPv4 Address
Secondary End IPv4 Address
Primary Router IPv4 Address
Secondary Router IPv4 Address
IPv4 Subnet Mask10.5.1.120
Domain Name
Primary DNS IPv4 Address
Secondary DNS IPv4 Address
TFTP Server Name(Option 66)
Primary TFTP Server IPv4 Address(Option 150)
Secondary TFTP Server IPv4 Address(Option 150)
Bootstrap Server IPv4 Address
ARP Cache Timeout(sec)0
IP Address Lease Time(sec) 0
Renewal(T1) Time(sec)0
Rebinding(T2) Time(sec)0

2.13 LDAP

Directory configuration for syncronization and authentication takes place in four objects:

The Cisco DirSync service ensures that the Cisco Unified Communications Manager database stores all user information. If you use an integrated corporate directory, for example, Microsoft Active Directory or Netscape/iPlanet Directory, with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, the Cisco DirSync service migrates the user data to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager database. The Cisco DirSync service does not synchronize the passwords from the corporate directory.

LDAP authentication can be only used if synchronization with the customer LDAP directory is enabled and will then forward authentication requests to the LDAP. Passwords are never synced to the local database.

2.13.1 LDAP System

The LDAP system object allows to enable LDAP synchronization and to set up the LDAP server type and the LDAP attribute name for the user ID.

LDAP System
Enable Synchronizing from LDAP Server
LDAP Server TypeMicrosoft Active Directory
LDAP Attribute for User IDsAMAccountName

2.13.2 LDAP Directory

Synchronization of Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) with a corporate LDAP directory allows reuse of user data stored in the LDAP directory and allows the corporate LDAP directory to serve as the central repository for that information. Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) has an integrated database for storing user data and a web interface within Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Administration for creating and managing user data in that database. When synchronization is enabled, that local database is still used, but the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) facility to create user accounts becomes disabled. Management of user accounts is then accomplished through the interface of the LDAP directory.

The user account information is imported from the LDAP directory into the database located on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) publisher server. Information that is imported from the LDAP directory may not be changed by Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM). Additional user information specific to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) implementation is managed by Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) and stored only within its local database. For example, device-to-user associations, speed dials, and user PINs are data that are managed by Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM), and they do not exist in the corporate LDAP directory. The user data is then propagated from the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) publisher server to the subscribers via the built-in database synchronization.

You can make changes to LDAP Directory information and LDAP Authentication settings only if synchronization from the customer LDAP directory is enabled in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration LDAP System.

LDAP Directory
NameInfo
LDAP2013
LDAP Directory Information
LDAP Manager Distinguished NameCN=Administrator,CN=Users,DC=lab,DC=test
LDAP User Search BaseDC=lab,DC=test
LDAP Custom Filter< None >
LDAP Directory Synchronization Schedule
Perform Sync Just Once
Perform a Re-sync Every7 HOUR
Next Re-sync Time (YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm)2015-03-24 01:00
Standard User Fields To Be Synchronized
User Fields
CUCM User FieldsLDAP Attribute
UserIdsAMAccountName
FirstNamegivenName
MiddleNamemiddleName
LastNamesn
Managermanager
Departmentdepartment
TelephoneNumberipPhone
Mailidmail
Titletitle
HomePhonehomephone
Mobilemobile
Pagerpager
DirectoryURImsRTCSIP-primaryuseraddress
Custom User Fields To Be Synchronized
User Fields
< No records found >
Group Information
Access Control Groups
Feature Group Template
Apply Mask
Mask< None >
Assign New Line
Pool list Values
< No records found >
LDAP Server Information
Server Info
Host Name/IP for ServerLDAP PortUse SSL
10.5.1.166389

2.13.3 LDAP Authentication

The LDAP authentication feature enables Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) to authenticate end user passwords against a corporate LDAP directory instead of using the embedded database. This authentication is accomplished with an LDAPv3 connection established between the IMS module within Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) and a corporate directory server.

You can make changes to LDAP Directory information and LDAP Authentication settings only if synchronization from the customer LDAP directory is enabled in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration LDAP System.

The following statements describe Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)'s behavior when authentication is enabled:

LDAP Authentication
LDAP Authentication for End Users
Use LDAP Authentication for End Users
LDAP Manager Distinguished NameCN=Administrator,CN=Users,DC=lab,DC=test
LDAP User Search BaseDC=lab,DC=test
LDAP Server Information
Server Info
Host Name or IP Address for ServerLDAP PortUse SSL
10.5.1.166389

2.13.4 LDAP Custom Filter

The LDAP filter filters the results of LDAP searches when Cisco DirSync is in use. LDAP users that match the filter get imported into the Cisco Unified Communications Manager database, while LDAP users that do not match the filter do not get imported.

The filter must comply with the regular LDAP search filter standards specified in RFC 4515. Enclose the filter text within parentheses (). It is recommended to verify the LDAP search filter against the LDAP directory-searchbase by using the ldap search command.

LDAP filters can be applied to LDAP directories. Before you can synchronize the LDAP directory, the Cisco DirSync service must be activated.

The following LDAP filters are defined:

LDAP Custom Filter
Filter NameFilter
FilterName(Filter)

2.14 SAML Single Sign-On

The single sign on feature allows end users to log into a Windows client machine on a Windows domain, then use certain Cisco Unified Communications Manager applications without signing on again.

SAML Single Sign-On
NameSSO StatusDescription
10.5.1.110DisableDescription for 110
10.5.1.113Disable 
10.5.1.112Disable 
10.5.1.114Disable 

2.15 Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a mechanism to allow code running in a browser (JavaScript for example) to make requests to a domain other then the one from where it originated.

The following CORS domain are configured:

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
DomainDescriptionType
http://www.cors1.comDescription for cors 1Read-Only

2.16 Location Information

Enhanced Location Call Admission Control (CAC) is a model-based CAC mechanism. The administrator creates a model of the network and how the network infrastructure handles the media. Through the Cisco Unified Communications Manager interface the administrator configures the Enhanced Location CAC mechanism based on the network model.

The following chapters describe the items in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration 'Location Information' menu:

2.16.1 Location

Locations are used to implement call admission control in a centralized call-processing system. Call admission control enables you to regulate audio quality and video availability by limiting the amount of bandwidth that is available for audio and video calls over links between the locations.

If you do not use call admission control to limit the audio and video bandwidth on an IP WAN link, an unlimited number of calls can be active on that link at the same time. This situation can cause the audio quality of each audio call and the video quality of each video call to degrade as the link becomes oversubscribed.

In a centralized call-processing system, a single Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster provides call processing for all locations on the IP telephony network. The Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster usually resides at the main (or central) location, along with other devices such as phones and gateways. The remote locations contain additional devices, but no Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM). IP WAN links connect the remote locations to the main location.

Location
NameBandwidth Between Adjacent LocationsAudio Bandwidth [kbps]Video Bandwidth [kbps]Immersive Video Bandwidth [kbps]Location RSVP Settings
Hub_None
(S)
< No records found >
UnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
LocationRSVP Setting
Hub_NoneNo Reservation
PhantomNo Reservation
NOTE: Location(s) not displayedUse System Default
Phantom
(S)
< No records found >
UnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
LocationRSVP Setting
PhantomNo Reservation
Hub_NoneNo Reservation
NOTE: Location(s) not displayedUse System Default
Shadow
(S)
< No records found >
UnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
LocationRSVP Setting
PhantomNo Reservation
Hub_NoneNo Reservation
NOTE: Location(s) not displayedUse System Default

2.16.2 Location Bandwidth Manager Group

The Location Bandwidth Manager Groups configure which Location Bandwidth Manager (LBM) services each Cisco Callmanager service communicates with.

Each Cisco Callmanager service must communicate with an LBM service to determine the availability of bandwidth for each call, and to deduct bandwidth for the duration of each call that is admitted.

The LBM Group Page allows the Cisco Callmanager service to communicate with selected LBM services, instead of communicating with the local LBM service.

Location Bandwidth Manager Group
NameDescriptionActive MemberStandby Member
Local_Bandwidth_Manager_Group 10.5.1.11310.5.1.110

2.16.3 Location Bandwidth Manager Intercluster Replication Group

Location Bandwidth Manager Hub Group configuration enables an LBM service to participate directly in inter-cluster replication of configured and dynamic Location Bandwidth data. LBMs assigned an LBM Hub Group discover each other through their common connections and form a fully-meshed replication network. Other LBM services in a cluster with an LBM Hub participate indirectly in inter-cluster replication through the LBM Hubs in their cluster.

Use the LBM Hub Group Page to configure the LBM Hub service to find a location in the remote clusters to establish external communication.

Location Bandwidth Manager Intercluster Replication Group
NameDescriptionServer 1Server 2Server 3LBM Services Assigned to Hub Role
LBM_Intercluster_ReplGroupLBM_Intercluster_ReplGroup10.5.6.7  10.5.1.110(hub, active) (LBM_Intercluster_ReplGroup)

2.17 Physical Location

Physical locations support the Device Mobility feature. Physical locations provide a means of distinguishing the parameters that relate to a specific geographical location from other parameters.

For example, a media resources server may serve a specific office or campus within the enterprise. When a device roams to another office or campus and reregisters with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, you want to have the media resources server at the roaming location serve the device. By defining the physical location according to availability of media services, you can assure efficient and cost-effective reassignment of services as devices move from one physical location to another. Depending upon the network structure and allocation of services, you may define physical locations based upon a city, enterprise campus, or building.

Physical Location
NameDescription
PhysicalLocation1PhysicalLocation1
PhysicalLocation2PhysicalLocation2

2.18 SRST

A survivable remote site telephony (SRST) reference comprises the gateway that can provide limited Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) functionality when all other Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) servers for a device are unreachable.

Typically assigned to device pools, SRST references determine the gateways where calling devices search when they attempt to complete a call if Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) is unavailable.

SRST
NamePortIP AdressSIP Network/IP AddressSIP PortSRST Certificate Provider PortSRST is Secure
SRST_Reference1200010.5.6.7 50602445

2.19 MLPP

The Multilevel Precedence and Preemption (MLPP) service allows properly validated users to place priority calls. If necessary, users can preempt lower priority phone calls.

Precedence designates the priority level that is associated with a call. Preemption designates the process of terminating lower precedence calls that are currently using the target device, so a call of higher precedence can be extended to or through the device.

An authenticated user can preempt calls either to targeted stations or through fully subscribed time-division-multiplexing (TDM) trunks. This capability assures high-ranking personnel of communication to critical organizations and personnel during network stress situations, such as a national emergency or degraded network situations.

This chapter covers the following topics:

2.19.1 MLPP Domain

An MLPP domain specifies the collection of devices and resources that are associated with an MLPP subscriber. When an MLPP subscriber that belongs to a particular domain places a precedence call to another MLPP subscriber that belongs to the same domain, MLPP service can preempt the existing call that the called MLPP subscriber is on for a higher precedence call. MLPP service availability does not go across different domains.

MLPP Domain
Domain NameDomain ID
000000000000

2.19.2 Resource Priority Namespace Network Domain

Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses Resource Priority Namespace Network Domains to support Voice over Secured IP (VoSIP) networks by using Multilevel Precedence and Preemption (MLPP) for Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunks.

MLPP, with configured Resource Priority domains, prioritizes SIP-signaled resources and enables indications related to precedence and preempted calls. End users can establish secure calls when the calls traverse SIP trunks.

Resource Priority Namespace Network Domain
NameDescriptionDefault
RPNNDI_001RPNNDI_001
RPNNDI_002RPNNDI_002

2.19.3 Resource Priority Namespace List

Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses Resource Priority Namespace Lists to configure a default group of Resource Priority Namespace Network Domains to add to a SIP profile for validating incoming Resource Priority Namespace Network Domains.

Resource Priority Namespace List
NameDescriptionSelected Resource Priority Namespaces
Resource_Priority_Namespace_1Resource_Priority_Namespace_1RPNNDI_001
Resource_Priority_Namespace_2Resource_Priority_Namespace_2RPNNDI_002

2.20 Enterprise Parameters

Enterprise parameters provide default settings that apply to all devices and services in the same cluster. (A cluster comprises a set of Cisco Unified Communications Managers that share the same database.) When you install a new Cisco Unified Communications Manager, it uses the enterprise parameters to set the initial values of its device defaults.

You cannot add or delete enterprise parameters, but you can update existing enterprise parameters.

Please note that not all parameters are listed as not all parameters can be retrieved.

Enterprise Parameters
ParameterValue
ClusterIDStandAloneCluster
MaxNumberDeviceLevelTrace12
EnableTraceCompression0
DSCPForSCCPPhoneServices0
DSCPForSCCPPhoneConfig96
DSCPForCm2Dvce96
ConnectionMonitorDuration120
AutoRegistrationPhoneProtocol0
AutoRegistrationLegacyModeF
BLFForCallLists0
AdvertiseG722Codec1
PhonePersonalization0
PhoneServiceDisplay0
FeatureControlPolicy 
WifiHotspotProfile 
IMSInterOperatorIdIMS Inter Operator Identification
URILookupPolicy0
CCMAdminMaxItemsInList250
CCMAdminMaxItemsInLookup1000
CCMAdminEnableDependencyRecordsF
AutoSelectDNOnAnyPartition0
CCMUserOptionsPortalDefaultServer 
CCMUserShowSpeedDialSettingsT
CCMUserShowIPPhoneServicesSettingsT
CCMUserShowRingSettingsT
CCMUserShowMessageWaitingLampPolicyT
CCMUserShowHistorySettingsT
CCMUserShowPersonalAddressBookT
CCMUserShowLineTextSettingsT
CCMUserShowOnlineGuideF
CCMUserShowMobilityFeaturesT
CCMUserShowDirectoryT
CCMUserShowCalendarPreferenceT
CCMUserShowPhoneLocaleT
CCMUserShowChangePasswordT
CCMUserShowChangePinT
CCMUserShowCallForward1
CCMUserShowVoicemailIVROptionT
CCMUserShowConferencingSchedulerT
CCMUserShowVideoConferencingScheduler1
CCMUserShowDownloadF
EndUserDirectoryURIPartitionAlias 
CDRFlatFileInterval1
DefaultNetworkLocale64
DefaultUserLocale1
MLPPDomainIdentifierc80cafe0-af65-43d6-a1f1-225ad998bd26
MLPPIndicationStatusOff
MLPPPreemptionSettingDisabled
PrecedenceAlternatePartyTimeout30
UseStandardVMHandlingForPrecedenceCallsF
ConfidentialAccessLevelPolicyF
ConfidentialAccessLevelEnforcementLevel0
ConfidentialAccessLevelValueForWarning0
ConfidentialAccessLevelWarningMessageText 
ConfidentialAccessLevelFailureMessageTextCAL MISMATCH
ClusterSecurityMode0
LBMSecurityMode0
CAPFPhonePort3804
CAPFOperationDuration10
CacheControlT
TLSCipherPreference1
SRTPCipherSelection1
CertificateValidityCheck0
CertificateValidityCheckFrequency24
RollBackToPreGraybackF
URLAuthenticationhttp://10.5.1.110:8080/ccmcip/authenticate.jsp
URLDirectorieshttp://10.5.1.110:8080/ccmcip/xmldirectory.jsp
URLIdle 
URLIdleTime 
URLInformationhttp://10.5.1.110:8080/ccmcip/GetTelecasterHelpText.jsp
URLMessages 
URLProxy 
URLServiceshttp://10.5.1.110:8080/ccmcip/getservicesmenu.jsp
SecureAuthenticationURLhttp://10.5.1.110:8080/ccmcip/authenticate.jsp
SecureDirectoryURLhttps://CUCM1052:8443/ccmcip/xmldirectory.jsp
SecureIdleURL 
SecureInformationURLhttps://CUCM1052:8443/ccmcip/GetTelecasterHelpText.jsp
SecureMessagesURL 
SecureServicesURLhttps://CUCM1052:8443/ccmcip/getservicesmenu.jsp
EnableAllUserSearchT
UserSearchLimit64
NumberofDigitstoMatch4
CCMPDSessionTimeout86400
AllowedPerfmonQueriesPerMinute50
AllowedRisQueriesPerMinute15
PerfmonQueueLimit100
MaximumPerfmonCountersPerSession100
AllowedCdrGetFileQueriesPerMinute10
AllowedCdrGetFileListQueriesPerMinute20
FileCloseThreadFlagT
FileCloseThreadQueueWatermark100
restrictOnUserGroupOverlap1
restrictNonSuperUserT
userAssignmentMode0
ServerPortNumber8888
ClientPortNumber8889
AAInstalledFlagT
IAQInstalledFlagT
OrganizationDomain 
ClusterName 
DoSProtectionFlagT
TLSHandshakeTimer60
TLSResumptionTimer3600
UnsupportedPickup 
UserMustChangeCredentialBehavior 
EnableIPV6F
IPAddressingModePrefMedia0
IPAddressingModePrefControl0
AllowAutoConfigurationForPhones1
AllowDuplicateAddressDetection1
AcceptRedirectMessages0
ReplyMulticastEchoRequest0
RemoteSyslogServerName 
RemoteSyslogServerName2 
RemoteSyslogServerName3 
RemoteSyslogServerName4 
RemoteSyslogServerName5 
RemoteSyslogSeverity3
GRTSocketConnectTimeout10
GRTSocketReadTimeout60
isLogicalPartitioningEnabledF
isCustomLogicalPartitioningAppliedF
defaultGeolocationUnspecified--
logicalPartitioningDefaultPolicy2
logicalPartitioningDefaultFilter 
EnableMgcpTraceLog0
EnableCallTraceLog1
MaxCallTraceLogFiles2000
CallTraceLogFileSize2
neverStartCallWithVideoF
DSCPValueNone
RoutePlanReportMaxIndex1500000
oauthTokenExpiryTimer60
thirdpartyclient_redirecturi 
MaxServers30
MaxPhones80000
MaxUsers160000

2.21 Enterprise Phone Configuration

The Enterprise Phone Configuration defines parameters that will apply to all phones that support these parameters.

Parameters that you set in this window may also appear in the Common Phone profile window and the Device Configuration window for various devices. If you set these same parameters in these other windows too, the setting that takes precedence is determined in the following order: 1) Device Configuration window settings, 2) Common Phone Profile window settings, 3) Enterprise Phone Configuration window settings.

If the "Override Common Settings" box is not checked for any corresponding setting, the corresponding parameter setting does not take effect.

The following Enterprise Phone Configuration are configured:

Enterprise Phone Configuration
Parameter NameParameter ValueOverride Common Settings
Disable USBDisabled
Back USB PortEnabled
Side USB PortEnabled
Enable/Disable USB Classes Audio Class
SDIODisabled
BluetoothEnabled
Bluetooth ProfilesHandsfree
Cisco CameraDisabled
Enable Power Save Plus 
Enable Audible AlertDisabled
Allow EnergyWise OverridesDisabled
EnergyWise Domain1
Phone On Time00:00
Phone Off Time24:00
Phone Off Idle Timeout60
Days Display Not ActiveSunday
Display On Time07:30
Display On Duration10:30
Display Idle Timeout01:00
Display On When Incoming CallEnabled
Incoming Call Toast Timer5
Enable Mute FeatureDisabled
Join And Direct Transfer PolicySame line, accross line enabled
RTCPDisabled
Advertise G.722 and iSAC CodecsUse System Default
Video CallingEnabled
Wi-FiEnabled
Wi-Fi HotspotDisabled
PC PortEnabled
Span to PC PortDisabled
PC Voice VLAN AccessEnabled
PC Port Remote ConfigurationDisabled
Switch Port Remote ConfigurationDisabled
Automatic Port SynchronizationDisabled
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP): Switch PortEnabled
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP): PC PortEnabled
Link Layer Discovery Protocol - Media Endpoint Discover (LLDP-MED): Switch PortEnabled
Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP): PC PortEnabled
LLDP Asset ID 
LLDP Power PriorityUnknown
Power NegotiationEnabled
802.1x AuthenticationUser Controlled
FIPS ModeDisabled
80-bit SRTCPDisabled
Always On VPNDisabled
Store VPN Password on DeviceDisabled
Allow User-Defined VPN ProfilesEnabled
Require Screen LockPIN
Maximum Screen Lock Timeout600
Enforce Screen Lock During Display-On TimeEnabled
Lock Device During Audio CallDisabled
Kerberos Server 
Kerberos Realm 
TLS Resumption Timer3600
Detect Unified CM Connection FailureNormal
Time to Wait for Seamless Reconnect After TCP Drop or Roaming (seconds)5
Load Server 
IPv6 Load Server 
Peer Firmware SharingEnabled
Log Server 
HTTPS Serverhttp and https Enabled 
Web AccessDisabled
Settings AccessEnabled
Android Debug Bridge (ADB)Disabled
Allow Applications from Unknown SourcesDisabled
Allow Applications from Android MarketDisabled
Allow Applications from Cisco AppHQDisabled
AppHQ Domain 
Enable Cisco UCM App ClientDisabled
Company Photo Directory 
Voicemail Server (Primary) 
Voicemail Server (Backup) 
Presence and Chat Server (Primary) 
Presence and Chat Server TypeCisco WebEx Connect
Presence and Chat Single Sign-On (SSO) Domain 
Multi-User URL 
PSTN ModeDisabled
Revert to All CallsDisabled
RTCP for VideoEnabled
Provide Dial Tone from Release ButtonDisabled
Hide Video By DefaultDisabled
VXC VPN OptionDual Tunnel
VXC ChallengeChallenge
VXC-M Servers 
Record Call Log from Shared LineDisabled
Show Call History for Selected Line OnlyDisabled
Actionable Incoming Call AlertDisabled
DF bit0
Seperate Audio and Video MuteDisabled
Softkey ControlFeature Control Policy
Start Video Port 
Stop Video Port 
Lowest Alerting Line State PriorityDisabled
Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE)
ICEEnabled
Default Candidate TypeHost
Server Reflexive AddressEnabled
Primary TURN Server Host Name or IP Address 
Secondary TURN Server Host Name or IP Address 
TURN Server Transport TypeAuto
TURN Server Username 
Instant Messaging
File Types to Block in File Transfer 
URLs to Block in File Transfer 
Desktop Client Settings
Automatically Start in Phone ControlDisabled
Automatically Control Tethered Desk PhoneDisabled
Extend and Connect CapabilityEnabled
Display Contact PhotosEnabled
Number Lookups on DirectoryEnabled
Jabber For Windows Software Update Server URL 
Problem Report Server URL 
Analytics CollectionDisabled
Analytics Server URL 
Cisco Support Field 

2.22 Security Profile

The Cisco IP telephony network establishes and maintains authenticated communication streams, digitally signs files before transferring the file to the phone, and encrypts media streams and call signaling between Cisco Unified IP Phones and trunks.

Implementing security mechanisms in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (formerly Cisco Unified CallManager) system prevents identity theft of the phones and the Cisco Unified Communications Manager server, data tampering, and call-signaling/media-stream tampering.

The Cisco IP telephony network establishes and maintains authenticated communication streams, digitally signs files before transferring the file to the phone, and encrypts media streams and call signaling between Cisco Unified IP Phones.

This section contains:

2.22.1 Certificate

A certificate is a message that contains the certificate holder name, the public key, and the digital signature of the certificate authority that is issuing the certificate. Certificate fields are read only.

The following certificates are installed on CUCM:

Certificate
Serial NumberDetails
7612f960153d6f9f4e42202032b72356
Certificate Information
Subject NameCN=CAP-RTP-001,O=Cisco Systems
Issue NameCN=CAP-RTP-001,O=Cisco Systems
Serial Number7612f960153d6f9f4e42202032b72356
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected Roles< None >
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
353fb24bd70f14a346c1f3a9ac725675
Certificate Information
Subject NameCN=CAP-RTP-002,O=Cisco Systems
Issue NameCN=CAP-RTP-002,O=Cisco Systems
Serial Number353fb24bd70f14a346c1f3a9ac725675
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected Roles< None >
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
5ff87b282b54dc8d42a315b568c9adff
Certificate Information
Subject NameCN=Cisco Root CA 2048,O=Cisco Systems
Issue NameCN=Cisco Root CA 2048,O=Cisco Systems
Serial Number5ff87b282b54dc8d42a315b568c9adff
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected Roles< None >
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
6a6967b3000000000003
Certificate Information
Subject NameCN=Cisco Manufacturing CA,O=Cisco Systems
Issue NameCN=Cisco Root CA 2048,O=Cisco Systems
Serial Number6a6967b3000000000003
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected Roles< None >
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
01
Certificate Information
Subject NameCN=Cisco Root CA M2,O=Cisco
Issue NameCN=Cisco Root CA M2,O=Cisco
Serial Number01
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected Roles< None >
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
02
Certificate Information
Subject NameCN=Cisco Manufacturing CA SHA2,O=Cisco
Issue NameCN=Cisco Root CA M2,O=Cisco
Serial Number02
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected Roles< None >
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
6ecc7aa5a7032009b8cebcf4e952d491
Certificate Information
Subject NameCN=VeriSign Class 3 Secure Server CA - G3,OU=Terms of use at https://www.verisign.com/rpa (c)10,OU=VeriSign Trust Network,O=VeriSign\, Inc.,C=US
Issue NameCN=VeriSign Class 3 Public Primary Certification Authority - G5,OU=(c) 2006 VeriSign\, Inc. - For authorized use only,OU=VeriSign Trust Network,O=VeriSign\, Inc.,C=US
Serial Number6ecc7aa5a7032009b8cebcf4e952d491
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesApplication Server
Services Currently Associated
Selected Servicestomcat-trust
6600dc4c33fed7210051bd7cc6c96e55
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CAPF-b663bde1,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CAPF-b663bde1,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number6600dc4c33fed7210051bd7cc6c96e55
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.112
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCAPF
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF
CAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
4028769d563778c37f252bca67969d83
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CAPF-be2d6c68,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CAPF-be2d6c68,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number4028769d563778c37f252bca67969d83
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCAPF
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF
CAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
4c1dfb4b4e4eb7208853d6e315825e0b
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number4c1dfb4b4e4eb7208853d6e315825e0b
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCallManagerTFTP
SAST
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCallManager
CallManager-trust
51700599888a264ed7d0c8bb4f62de51
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number51700599888a264ed7d0c8bb4f62de51
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesAuthentication and Authorization
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesTVS
461fc2a7983dfd01f9985387c528523b
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number461fc2a7983dfd01f9985387c528523b
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesApplication Server
Services Currently Associated
Selected Servicesipsec
ipsec-trust
4daadbb2bb0f0d35dcc336963b9a050b
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number4daadbb2bb0f0d35dcc336963b9a050b
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesApplication Server
Services Currently Associated
Selected Servicestomcat
tomcat-trust
761e20098e1ae3873bf4f5c9c0b2a339
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number761e20098e1ae3873bf4f5c9c0b2a339
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.112
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesApplication Server
Services Currently Associated
Selected Servicestomcat
tomcat-trust
614b56d554e0339e50be6a3667a4c90f
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number614b56d554e0339e50be6a3667a4c90f
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.112
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesApplication Server
Services Currently Associated
Selected Servicesipsec
4c57a85a591299b3884101c676ec0f29
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number4c57a85a591299b3884101c676ec0f29
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.112
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCallManagerTFTP
SAST
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCallManager
CallManager-trust
60df6326336b0853c90582cd75376ada
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number60df6326336b0853c90582cd75376ada
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.112
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesAuthentication and Authorization
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesTVS
72ef158469ec6d0fae3c03a1dfc75145
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=CUCM10521,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number72ef158469ec6d0fae3c03a1dfc75145
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.112
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCallManagerTFTP
SAST
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesITLRecovery
5cca845af6bf932f5339cfbfd983e7fc
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=IMP105,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=IMP105,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number5cca845af6bf932f5339cfbfd983e7fc
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesApplication Server
Services Currently Associated
Selected Servicestomcat-trust
62b68c2891c8adb117ce1d42fbb6d493
Certificate Information
Subject NameL=test,ST=test,CN=ITLRECOVERY_CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=test,ST=test,CN=ITLRECOVERY_CUCM1052,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number62b68c2891c8adb117ce1d42fbb6d493
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.110
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCallManagerTFTP
SAST
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesITLRecovery
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Certificate Information
Subject NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CAPF-d5f5a401,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CAPF-d5f5a401,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number60f15b22cc3f3bdc3d262d4d09c772f3
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.113
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCAPF
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCAPF
CAPF-trust
CallManager-trust
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Certificate Information
Subject NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number66145eb3fcfd8e7193201db872f5b936
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.113
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesApplication Server
Services Currently Associated
Selected Servicestomcat
tomcat-trust
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Certificate Information
Subject NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number61612a4a5d9e2547af3c1f836c1d78c1
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.113
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesApplication Server
Services Currently Associated
Selected Servicesipsec
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Certificate Information
Subject NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number6eb4f1572bcb7e8244e4fa2f6768f245
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.113
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCallManagerTFTP
SAST
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesCallManager
CallManager-trust
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Certificate Information
Subject NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number525a6c75a438012321486c2812c8b998
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.113
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesAuthentication and Authorization
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesTVS
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Certificate Information
Subject NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Issue NameL=tewstr,ST=test,CN=CUCM10522,OU=test,O=test,C=US
Serial Number5eed9cc1530e72ee9c8a0221149e2dc4
Related Information
IPv4 Address10.5.1.113
IPv6 Address< None >
Duration in CacheSystem Default
Roles Currently Associated
Selected RolesCallManagerTFTP
SAST
Services Currently Associated
Selected ServicesITLRecovery

2.22.2 Phone Security Profile

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration groups security-related settings for a phone type and protocol into security profiles to allow you to assign a single security profile to multiple phones. Security-related settings include device security mode, digest authentication, and some CAPF settings. You apply the configured settings to a phone when you choose the security profile in the Phone Configuration window.

Installing Cisco Unified Communications Manager provides a set of predefined, nonsecure security profiles for auto-registration. To enable security features for a phone, you must configure a new security profile for the device type and protocol and apply it to the phone.

Phone Security Profile
NameDetails
Analog Phone - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionAnalog Phone - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeAnalog Phone
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Carrier-integrated Mobile - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCarrier-integrated Mobile - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCarrier-integrated Mobile
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 12 S - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 12 S - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 12 S
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 12 SP - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 12 SP - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 12 SP
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 12 SP PLUS - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 12 SP+ - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 12 SP+
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 30 SP PLUS - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 30 SP+ - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 30 SP+
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 30 VIP - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 30 VIP - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 30 VIP
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 3905 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 3905 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 3905
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 3911 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 3911 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 3911
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeUDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 3951 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 3951 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 3951
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeUDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 6901 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6901 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6901
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 6901 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6901 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6901
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 6911 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6911 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6911
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 6911 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6911 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6911
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 6921 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6921 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6921
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 6921 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6921 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6921
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 6941 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6941 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6941
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 6941 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6941 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6941
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 6945 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6945 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6945
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 6945 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6945 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6945
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 6961 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6961 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6961
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 6961 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 6961 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 6961
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7821 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7821 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7821
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7841 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7841 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7841
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7861 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7861 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7861
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7902 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7902 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7902
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 7905 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7905 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7905
Device ProtocolSCCP
Cisco 7905 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7905 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7905
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeUDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7906 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7906 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7906
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7906 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7906 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7906
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7910 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7910 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7910
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 7911 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7911 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7911
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7911 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7911 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7911
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7912 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7912 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7912
Device ProtocolSCCP
Cisco 7912 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7912 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7912
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeUDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7920 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7920 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7920
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 7921 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7921 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7921
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7925 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7925 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7925
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7926 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7926 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7926
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7931 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7931 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7931
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7931 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7931 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7931
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7935 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7935 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7935
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 7936 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7936 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7936
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 7937 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7937 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7937
Device ProtocolSCCP
Cisco 7940 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7940 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7940
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7940 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7940 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7940
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeUDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7941 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7941 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7941
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7941 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7941 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7941
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7941G-GE - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7941G-GE - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7941G-GE
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7941G-GE - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7941G-GE - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7941G-GE
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7942 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7942 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7942
Device ProtocolSCCP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7942 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7942 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7942
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7945 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7945 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7945
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7945 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7945 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7945
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7960 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7960 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7960
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7960 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7960 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7960
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeUDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7961 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7961 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7961
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7961 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7961 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7961
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7961G-GE - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7961G-GE - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7961G-GE
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7961G-GE - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7961G-GE - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7961G-GE
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7962 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7962 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7962
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7962 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7962 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7962
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7965 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7965 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7965
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7965 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7965 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7965
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7970 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7970 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7970
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7970 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7970 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7970
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7971 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7971 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7971
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7971 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7971 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7971
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7975 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7975 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7975
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 7975 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7975 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7975
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 7985 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 7985 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 7985
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco 8811 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8811 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8811
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 8831 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8831 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8831
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 8841 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8841 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8841
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 8851 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8851 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8851
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 8861 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8861 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8861
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 8941 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8941 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8941
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 8941 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8941 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8941
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 8945 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8945 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8945
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco 8945 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8945 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8945
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 8961 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 8961 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 8961
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 9951 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 9951 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 9951
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco 9971 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco 9971 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco 9971
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco ATA 186 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco ATA 186 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco ATA 186
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco ATA 187 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco ATA 187 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco ATA 187
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco ATA 190 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco ATA 190 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco ATA 190
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco CTI Port - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco CTI Port - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCTI Port
Device ProtocolSCCP
Cisco Cius - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco Cius - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco Cius
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco Cius SP - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco Cius SP - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco Cius SP
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco DX650 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco DX650 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco DX650
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco DX70 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco DX70 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco DX70
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco DX80 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco DX80 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco DX80
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco Dual Mode for Android - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco Dual Mode for Android - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco Dual Mode for Android
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco Dual Mode for iPhone - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco Dual Mode for iPhone - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco Dual Mode for iPhone
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco E20 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco E20 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco E20
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco EMCC Base Phone - Standard Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco EMCC Base Phone - Standard Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeEMCC Base Phone
Device ProtocolProtocol Not Specified
Cisco IP Communicator - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco IP Communicator - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco IP Communicator
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Cisco IP Communicator - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco IP Communicator - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco IP Communicator
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco Jabber for Tablet - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco Jabber for Tablet - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco Jabber for Tablet
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 1000 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 1000 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 1000
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 1100 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 1100 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 1100
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 1300-47 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 1300-47 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 1300-47
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 1300-65 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 1300-65 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 1300-65
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 200 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 200 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 200
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 3000 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 3000 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 3000
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 3200 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 3200 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 3200
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 400 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 400 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 400
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 500-32 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 500-32 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 500-32
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence 500-37 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence 500-37 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence 500-37
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Codec C40 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Codec C40 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Codec C40
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Codec C60 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Codec C60 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Codec C60
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Codec C90 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Codec C90 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Codec C90
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence EX60 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence EX60 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence EX60
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence EX90 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence EX90 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence EX90
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence IX5000 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence IX5000 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence IX5000
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence MX200 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence MX200 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence MX200
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence MX200 G2 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence MX200 G2 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence MX200 G2
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence MX300 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence MX300 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence MX300
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence MX300 G2 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence MX300 G2 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence MX300 G2
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence MX700 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence MX700 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence MX700
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence MX800 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence MX800 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence MX800
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Profile 42 C20 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Profile 42 (C20) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Profile 42 (C20)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Profile 42 C40 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Profile 42 (C40) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Profile 42 (C40)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Profile 42 C60 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Profile 42 (C60) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Profile 42 (C60)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Profile 52 C40 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Profile 52 (C40) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Profile 52 (C40)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Profile 52 C60 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Profile 52 (C60) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Profile 52 (C60)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Profile 52 Dual C60 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Profile 52 Dual (C60) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Profile 52 Dual (C60)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Profile 65 C60 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Profile 65 (C60) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Profile 65 (C60)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Profile 65 Dual C90 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Profile 65 Dual (C90) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Profile 65 Dual (C90)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence Quick Set C20 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence Quick Set C20 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence Quick Set C20
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence SX10 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence SX10 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence SX10
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence SX20 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence SX20 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence SX20
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence SX80 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence SX80 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence SX80
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence TX1310-65 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence TX1310-65 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence TX1310-65
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence TX9000 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence TX9000 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence TX9000
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco TelePresence TX9200 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco TelePresence TX9200 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco TelePresence TX9200
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco UC for RTX - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco Unified Communications for RTX - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco Unified Communications for RTX
Device ProtocolSIP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco Unified Client Services Framework - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco Unified Client Services Framework - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco Unified Client Services Framework
Device ProtocolSIP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco Unified Personal Communicator - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco Unified Personal Communicator - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco Unified Personal Communicator
Device ProtocolSIP
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Cisco VGC Phone - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco VGC Phone - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco VGC Phone
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco VGC Virtual Phone - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco VGC Virtual Phone - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco VGC Virtual Phone
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Cisco VXC 6215 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionCisco VXC 6215 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeCisco VXC 6215
Device ProtocolSIP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Phone Security Profile CAPF Information
Authentication ModeBy Null String
Key Size (Bits)2048
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Generic Desktop Video Endpoint - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionGeneric Desktop Video Endpoint - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeGeneric Desktop Video Endpoint
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Generic Multiple Screen Room System - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionGeneric Multiple Screen Room System - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeGeneric Multiple Screen Room System
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Generic Single Screen Room System - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionGeneric Single Screen Room System - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeGeneric Single Screen Room System
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
IMS-integrated Mobile Basic - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionIMS-integrated Mobile (Basic) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeIMS-integrated Mobile (Basic)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
TFTP Encrypted Config
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
IP-STE - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionIP-STE - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeIP-STE
Device ProtocolSCCP
ISDN BRI Phone - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionISDN BRI Phone - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeISDN BRI Phone
Device ProtocolSCCP
TFTP Encrypted Config
Nokia S60 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionNokia S60 - Standard SCCP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeNokia S60
Device ProtocolSCCP
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Standard Non-secure SCCP Gateway Virtual Phone Security Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionStandard Non-secure SCCP Gateway Virtual Phone Security Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeSCCP gateway virtual phone
Device ProtocolSCCP
Third-party AS-SIP Endpoint - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionThird-party AS-SIP Endpoint - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeThird-party AS-SIP Endpoint
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Third-party SIP Device Advanced - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionThird-party SIP Device (Advanced) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeThird-party SIP Device (Advanced)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Third-party SIP Device Basic - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionThird-party SIP Device (Basic) - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeThird-party SIP Device (Basic)
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060
Transnova S3 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Phone Security Profile Information
DescriptionTransnova S3 - Standard SIP Non-Secure Profile
Is StandardY
Product TypeTransnova S3
Device ProtocolSIP
Nonce Validity Time600
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Enable Digest Authentication
Exclude Digest Credentials in Configuration File
Parameters used in Phone
SIP Phone Port5060

2.22.3 SIP Trunk Security Profile

The SIP Trunk Security Profile object includes security-related settings such as transport type, device security mode, digest authentication settings, and authorization settings for incoming SIP messages. Security profiles must be applied to all SIP trunks that are configured.

SIP Trunk Security Profile
NameDetails
Non Secure SIP Conference Bridge
(S)
SIP Profile Information
NameNon Secure SIP Conference Bridge
DescriptionNon Secure SIP Conference Bridge
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Incoming Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Outgoing Transport TypeTCP
Enable Digest Authentication
Nonce Validity Time (mins)600
X.509 Subject Name
Incoming Port5060
Enable Application Level Authorization
Accept Presence Subscription
Accept Out-of-Dialog REFER
Accept Unsolicited Notification
Accept Replaces Header
Transmit Security Status
Allow charging header
SIP V.150 Outbound SDP Offer FilteringUse Default Filter
Non Secure SIP Trunk Profile
SIP Profile Information
NameNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile
DescriptionNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile authenticated by null String
Device Security ModeNon Secure
Incoming Transport TypeTCP+UDP
Outgoing Transport TypeTCP
Enable Digest Authentication
Nonce Validity Time (mins)600
X.509 Subject Name
Incoming Port5060
Enable Application Level Authorization
Accept Presence Subscription
Accept Out-of-Dialog REFER
Accept Unsolicited Notification
Accept Replaces Header
Transmit Security Status
Allow charging header
SIP V.150 Outbound SDP Offer FilteringRemove MER V.150

2.22.4 CUMA Server Security Profile

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration groups security-related settings to allow you to assign a single security profile to multiple Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator clients. Security-related settings include device security mode, incoming transport type, and X.509 subject name. Configuring a Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage server security profile in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration automatically applies this profile to all configured Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator clients on that Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

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2.23 Application Server

The following Cisco application servers are known to the cluster:

Application Server
Hostname or IP AddressDetails
CUC1052
Application Server TypeCisco Unity Connection
IP Address10.5.1.111
Selected Application Users

2.24 Geolocation

Geographical location information, or geolocation, describes a physical position in the world that may correspond to the past, present, or future location of a person, event, or device.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration allows you to specify a geolocation for every device.

The Request for Comments (RFC) 4119 standard provides the basis for geolocations. Geolocations use the civic location format that specifies the following fields: country, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, PRD, POD, STS, HNO, HNS, LMK, LOC, FLR, NAM, and PC.

You assign these geolocations to VoIP phones, VoIP gateways, IP trunks, device pools, and enterprise parameters.

You can define geolocation filters that select a subset of fields from geolocation and associate with VoIP gateways, IP trunks, device pools, and enterprise parameters

Geolocation
NameDetails
Unspecified
Description
Country using the two-letter abbreviation
State, Region, or Province (A1)
County or Parish (A2)
City or Township (A3)
Borough or City District (A4)
Neighborhood (A5)
Street (A6)
Leading Street Direction, such as N or W (PRD)
Trailing Street Suffix, such as SW (POD)
Address Suffix, such as Avenue, Platz (STS)
Numeric house number (HNO)
House Number Suffix, such as A, 1/2 (HNS)
Landmark (LMK)
Additional Location Information, such as Room Number (LOC)
Floor (FLR)
Name of Business or Resident (NAM)
Zip or Postal Code (PC)

2.25 Geolocation Filter

Geolocation filters allow selection of specific fields from the 17 geolocation fields for the purpose of creating an identifier from the selected fields. Geolocation filters get configured manually and are assigned to devices.

The following logic determines the geolocation filter value:

Geolocation
NameDetails
Geolocation_filter_1
Description
Match geolocations using the following criteria:
Country using the two-letter abbreviation
State, Region, or Province (A1)
County or Parish (A2)
City or Township (A3)
Borough or City District (A4)
Neighborhood (A5)
Street (A6)
Leading Street Direction, such as N or W (PRD)
Trailing Street Suffix, such as SW (POD)
Address Suffix, such as Avenue, Platz (STS)
Numeric house number (HNO)
House Number Suffix, such as A, 1/2 (HNS)
Landmark (LMK)
Additional Location Information, such as Room Number (LOC)
Floor (FLR)
Name of Business or Resident (NAM)
Zip or Postal Code (PC)

2.26 E911 Messages

The E911 Messages Configuration page displays the Agreement, Disclaimer, and Error messages. Optionally, you can edit the E911 messages to be displayed on off-premises devices.

E911 Messages
LanguageTypeMessage
English, United StatesAgreementDialing emergency numbers (e.g. 911, 122, etc.) may not work on an enterprise class IP telephony network like that used for this phone. Correct location information may not be passed on to emergency responders. Your network administrator can advise you about the capabilities of your network, including the dialing sequence you will need to use when on or off the enterprise premises. Select Next to acknowledge this Information.
English, United StatesDisclaimerYou have chosen not to update your current location. If you select Continue, you acknowledge that your administrator may restrict calls from this phone until you decide to make your location known.
English, United StatesErrorThere was an error updating your location. Correct location information may not be passed on to emergency responders.

3 Call Routing

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) uses route plans to route internal calls within a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster, and external calls to a private network or the public switched telephone network (PSTN).

Route patterns, route filters, route lists, route groups, line groups, hunt lists, and hunt pilots provide flexibility in network design. Route patterns work in conjunction with route filters to direct calls to specific devices and to include or exclude specific digit patterns. Use route patterns to include and exclude digit patterns. Use route filters primarily to include digit patterns. Route lists control the selection order of the route groups. Route groups set the selection order of the gateway devices.

You can assign route patterns to gateways, to trunks, or to a route list that contains one or more route groups. Route groups determine the order of preference for gateway and trunk usage. Route groups allow overflows from busy or failed devices to alternate devices.

Route lists determine the order of preference for route group usage. If a route list is configured, you must configure at least one route group. One or more route lists can point to one or more route groups.

Route filters may restrict certain numbers that are otherwise allowed by a route pattern from being routed. Tags, or clauses, provide the core component of route filters. A tag applies a name to a portion of the dialed digits. For example, the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) number 972-555-1234 contains the LOCAL-AREA-CODE (972), OFFICE-CODE (555), and SUBSCRIBER (1234) tags.

Route patterns represent all valid digit strings. Cisco Analog Access Trunk Gateways, Cisco Digital Access Trunk Gateways, Cisco MGCP gateways, H.323-compliant gateways, and trunks also use route patterns. Cisco gateways can route ranges of numbers with complex restrictions and manipulate directory numbers before the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) passes them on to an adjacent system. The adjacent system can include a central office (CO), a private branch exchange (PBX), or a gateway on another Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) system.

Line groups comprise a list of DNs. Line groups specify a distribution algorithm (such as Top Down) for the members of the line group. Line groups also specify the hunt options to use in cases where the line group members do not answer, are busy, or are not available. A directory number may belong to more than one line group.

Hunt lists comprise ordered groupings of line groups. A line group may belong to more than one hunt list. A hunt list must specify at least one line group before the hunt list can accept calls.

Hunt pilots represent route patterns that are used for hunting. A hunt pilot can specify a partition, numbering plan, route filter, and hunt forward settings. A hunt pilot must specify a hunt list.

3.1 AAR Group

Automated alternate routing (AAR) provides a mechanism to reroute calls through the PSTN when a call is blocked due to insufficient location bandwidth. With automated alternate routing, the caller does not need to hang up and redial the called party.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) automatically attempts to reroute calls, due to insufficient bandwidth, through the PSTN or other network only when the AAREnable enterprise parameter is set to true. Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) uses the device-based AAR calling search space, which is assigned to Cisco IP Phone station devices and gateway devices, when it attempts to route the call to the gateway device that connects to the PSTN or other network.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) retrieves the prefix digits from the AAR dial prefix matrix table based on the AAR group value of the originating line/DN and gateway device and the AAR group value of the terminating line, and Cisco voice-mail port, to transform the derived alternate number.

AAR Group - Prefix Digits
From-ToPrefix Digits
AAR_1-AAR_1234
AAR_1-AAR_2 
AAR_2-AAR_1222
AAR_2-AAR_2111

3.2 Dial Rules

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) supports different types of dial rules: Application Dial Rules, Directory Lookup Dial Rules, and SIP Dial Rules.

The administrator uses Application Dial Rules to add and sort the priority of dialing rules for applications such as Cisco WebDialer, Cisco IPMA, and Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Attendant Console. Application Dial Rules automatically strip numbers from or add numbers to telephone numbers that the user dials. For example, the dial rules automatically add the digit 9 in front of a 7-digit telephone number to provide access to an outside line.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Attendant Console uses directory lookup rules to transform caller identification numbers into numbers that can be looked up in the directory. If Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Attendant Console can match the number with a user in the speed-dial entries of the attendant or in the directory, the attendant console displays the name in the Call Detail window.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) performs system digit analysis and routing; however, the Cisco SIP IP Phone needs to know when enough digits are collected before call processing takes place, so the administrator configures SIP Dial Rules and adds the SIP dial rule to the phone.

This section contains:

3.2.1 Application Dial Rules

The administrator uses dial rules configuration to add and sort the priority of dialing rules. Dial rules for applications such as Cisco Unified Communications Manager Assistant automatically strip numbers from or add numbers to telephone numbers that a user dials. For example, the dial rules automatically add the digit 9 in front of a 7-digit telephone number to provide access to an outside line.

For example, in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Assistant, the assistant can perform a directory search from the assistant console. The assistant can drag and drop the directory entry to the My Calls panel on the assistant console, which invokes a call to the number that is listed in the entry. The dial rules apply to the number that is listed in the entry before the call gets made.

Application Dial Rules
PriorityNameDescriptionNumber Begins WithNumber of DigitsTotal Digits to be RemovedPrefix With Pattern
1App_Dial_Rule_1Application Dial Rule 1 Description2231555

3.2.2 Directory Lookup Dial Rules

Directory lookup rules transform caller identification numbers into numbers that can be looked up in the directory. Each rule specifies which numbers to transform based on the beginning digits and length of the number. For example, you can create a directory lookup rule that automatically removes the area code and 2 prefix digits from a 10-digit telephone, which would transform 4085551212 into 51212. If Cisco Unified Communications Manager Attendant Console can match the number with a user in the speed-dial entries of the attendant or in the directory, the attendant console displays the name in the Call Detail window.

Directory Lookup Dial Rules
PriorityNameDescriptionNumber Begins WithNumber of DigitsTotal Digits to be RemovedPrefix With Pattern
1Directory_Lookup_Dial_Rule_1Directory Lookup Dial Rule 1 Description1115

3.2.3 SIP Dial Rules

SIP dial rules are used to configure SIP phone dial plans and associate them with SIP phones.

Without SIP dial rules, the user must press the Dial softkey unless the phone supports KPML. SIP dial rules must get associated with a SIP phone, so the dial plans get sent to the device.

Pattern recognition is concerned only with automating the collection of user digit input, to be forwarded automatically to Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) without requiring inter-digit timeout or pressing the Dial key. All enforcement of class of service is handled by the various calling search spaces chosen from within Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM).

SIP Dial Rules
NameDescriptionDial PatternPattern Information
SIP_Dial_Rule_1SIP Dial Rule 1 Description7940_7960_OTHER
IDDescriptionDial Parameter and Value
0Pattern Desccription 1Button : 44
Pattern : 55
Timeout : 66
User : 77
1Pattern Description 2Button : 1111
2Pattern Desccription 3Pattern : 77777
Timeout : 99
User : 777777
SIP_Dial_Rule_2SIP Dial Rule 2 Description7905_7912
IDDescriptionDial Parameter and Value
0Pattern Info Description 1 

3.3 Route Filter

Route filters, along with route patterns-hunt pilots, use dialed-digit strings to determine how a call is handled. Route filters only apply when you configure a pattern that contains the at (@) wildcard. When the route pattern-hunt pilot contains the @ wildcard, Cisco Unified Communications Manager routes calls according to the numbering plan that is specified in the Numbering Plan drop-down list box.

Route filters allow you to determine which route patterns-hunt pilots your users can dial; for example, whether your users can manually choose a long-distance carrier (by dialing 101 plus a carrier access code).

Route Filter
DialplanNameClause
NANPRoute Filter 1(AREA-CODE EXISTS AND COUNTRY-CODE EXISTS AND END-OF-DIALING DOES-NOT-EXIST AND INTERNATIONAL-ACCESS EXISTS AND INTERNATIONAL-DIRECT-DIAL EXISTS AND INTERNATIONAL-OPERATOR EXISTS AND LOCAL-DIRECT-DIAL EXISTS AND LOCAL-OPERATOR EXISTS AND LONG-DISTANCE-DIRECT-DIAL EXISTS AND LONG-DISTANCE-OPERATOR EXISTS AND NATIONAL-NUMBER EXISTS AND OFFICE-CODE EXISTS AND SATELLITE-SERVICE EXISTS AND SERVICE EXISTS AND SUBSCRIBER EXISTS AND TRANSIT-NETWORK DOES-NOT-EXIST AND TRANSIT-NETWORK-ESCAPE EXISTS)

3.4 Route / Hunt

The Route/Hunt section contains the following items:

3.4.1 Route List and Route Group

A route group allows you to designate the order in which gateways and trunks are selected. It allows you to prioritize a list of gateways and ports for outgoing trunk selection. A Route Group can be added to any number of Route Lists.

A route list associates a set of route groups in a specified priority order. A route list then associates with one or more route patterns and determines the order in which those route groups are accessed. The order controls the progress of the search for available devices for outgoing calls.

A route list can contain only route groups. Each route list should have at least one route group. Each route group includes at least one device, such as a gateway, that is available.

Route List
NameRoute List Informationassociated Route Group(s) with members
Route List 1
Route List Information
DescriptionRoute List 1 Description
CUCM GroupCMG_Sub1
Enabled
Run On All Active Unified CM Nodes
List of Route Group(s)
NameDetails
Standard Local Route Group 1
Calling Party Transformations
Use Calling Party's External MaskOn
Calling Party Transform Mask123123
Prefix Digits (Outgoing Calls)123123
Calling Party Number TypeNational
Calling Party Numbering PlanNational Standard
Called Party Transformations
Discard DigitsNANP:11/10D->7D Trailing-#
Called Party Transform Mask444
Prefix Digits (Outgoing Calls)555
Called Party Number TypeNational
Called Party Numbering PlanCisco CallManager
Route List Member Information
Distribution AlgorithmCircular
Members

3.4.2 Local Route Group Names

A local route group name is a unique name that you assign to a local route group. The Local Route Group Names window allows you to add and configure multiple local route group names that you can customize and associate with route groups for a given device pool.

From Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 10.0(1), a given device pool supports multiple local route groups.

The following local route group names are defined:

Local Route Group Names
NameDescription
Standard Local Route Group 11425513345
Non Standard TEST group 11425513345

3.4.3 Route Pattern (Condensed)

A route pattern comprises a string of digits (an address) and a set of associated digit manipulations that route calls to a route list or a gateway. Route patterns provide flexibility in network design. They work in conjunction with route filters and route lists to direct calls to specific devices and to include, exclude, or modify specific digit patterns.

If a gateway does not have a route pattern, it cannot place calls to the PSTN or to a PBX. To assign a route pattern to an individual port on a gateway, you must assign a route list and a route group to that port.

Route Pattern (Short)
Pattern DefinitionCalling Party TransformationsConnected Party TransformationsCalled Party Transformations
PatternPartitionRoute FilterRoute / BlockGateway/Route ListDescriptionUse Ext.MaskTransform MaskPrefix DigitsLine PresentationName PresentationLine PresentationName PresentationDiscard DigitsTransform MaskPrefix Digits
11Global Learned Enterprise Patterns< None >RouteSIP_TrunkRoute pattern 11 description  DefaultDefaultDefaultDefault< None >  
22Global Learned E164 Patterns< None >RouteH225_Gatekeeper_Controlled_TrunkRoute pattern 22 description123123123123DefaultDefaultDefaultDefault< None >444555

3.4.4 Hunt Pilot - List and Group

Hunt lists comprise ordered groupings of line groups. A line group may belong to more than one hunt list. Hunt pilots associate with hunt lists. A hunt list may associate with more than one hunt pilot.

Hunt pilots comprise sets of digits. They comprise lists of route patterns that are used for hunting. A hunt pilot can specify a partition, numbering plan, route filter, and hunt forward settings. A hunt pilot must specify a hunt list.

Pilot Point, Hunt List and Line Group members
Pilot PointHunt ListHunt List Informationassociated Line Groups with members
9800 / P_1HL_UnityConnection
Hunt List Information
Description
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Enable this Hunt List
For Voice Mail Usage
List of Line Group(s)
NameDetails
Line Group 1
RNA Reversion Timeout10
Distribution AlgorithmTop Down
Hunt Options
No AnswerTry next member; then, try next group in Hunt List
BusyTry next member; then, try next group in Hunt List
Not AvailableTry next member; then, try next group in Hunt List
Members9801 / P_1
9802 / P_1

3.4.5 Hunt List

A Hunt List lists a set of Line groups in a specific order. A hunt list then associates with one or more hunt pilots and determines the order in which those line groups are accessed. The order controls the progress of the search for available directory numbers for incoming calls.

Hunt List
NameHunt List InformationHunt List Member Information
HL_UnityConnection
Description< None >
CUCM GroupCMG_Subs
Enable this Hunt List
For Voice Mail Usage
Line Group 1

3.4.6 Hunt Pilot

Hunt pilots comprise sets of digits. They comprise lists of route patterns that are used for hunting. A hunt pilot can specify a partition, numbering plan, route filter, and hunt forward settings. A hunt pilot must specify a hunt list.

Hunt Pilot (Details)
Hunt Pilot / PartitionDetails
9800 / P_1
Pattern Definition
DescriptionVoicemail Connection
Numbering Plan< None >
Route Filter< None >
MLPP PrecedenceDefault
Hunt ListHL_UnityConnection
Call Pickup Group< None >
Alerting Name
ASCII Alerting Name
Route OptionRoute this pattern
Provide Outside Dial Tone
Urgent Priority
Hunt Call Treatment Settings
Forward Hunt No AnswerDo Not Forward Unanswered Calls
Maximum Hunt Timer
Forward Hunt BusyDo Not Forward Unanswered Calls
Queueing
Queue Calls
Park Monitoring
Destination
Calling Search Space
Calling Party Transformations
Use Calling Party's External Mask
Calling Party Transform Mask
Prefix Digits (Outgoing Calls)
Calling Line ID PresentationDefault
Calling Name PresentationDefault
Calling Party Number TypeCisco CallManager
Calling Party Numbering PlanCisco CallManager
Connected Party Transformations
Connected Line ID PresentationDefault
Display Line Group Member DN as Connected Party
Connected Name PresentationDefault
Called Party Transformations
Discard Digits< None >
Called Party Transform Mask
Prefix Digits (Outgoing Calls)
Called Party Number TypeCisco CallManager
Called Party Numbering PlanCisco CallManager
AAR Group Settings
AAR Group< None >
External Number Mask

3.5 SIP Route Pattern (Condensed)

Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses SIP route patterns to route or block both internal and external calls.

The domain name or IP address provides the basis for routing. The administrator can add domains, IP addresses, and IP network (subnet) addresses and associate them to SIP trunks (only). This method allows requests that are destined for these domains to be routed through particular SIP trunk interfaces.

SIP Route Pattern (Short)
Pattern DefinitionCalling Party TransformationsConnected Party Transformations
PatternPartitionPattern UsageRoute / BlockSIP TrunkDescriptionUse Ext.MaskTransform MaskPrefix DigitsLine PresentationName PresentationLine PresentationName Presentation
10.5.1.21P_12IPAddress RoutingRoute List 1This is description for 10.5.1.21585XX4RestrictedRestrictedRestrictedAllowed
www.testdomain.comLC_INTERNAL_PARTDomain RoutingDefault_None_SIP_TrunkDescription for 10.5.1.1205511AllowedRestrictedAllowedRestricted

3.6 Class of Control

This section contains the settings for Class of Control. The Class of Control settings contain:

3.6.1 Access List

An access list, which supports Cisco Unified Mobility, specifies a list that determines the phone numbers that the system can pass or block from being passed to remote destinations.

Access List
NameDescriptionOwnerAllowed/BlockedSelected Filters
Access_list_testaccess list testUser_templateBlocked 

3.6.2 Time Schedule and Period

A time schedule comprises a group of time periods. Time schedules get assigned to partitions. Time schedules determine the partitions where calling devices search when they are attempting to complete a call during a particular time of day.

A time period comprises a time range that is defined by a start time and end time. Time periods also specify a repetition interval either as days of the week or a specified date on the yearly calendar. Administrators define time periods and then associate the time periods with time schedules.

Time Period
Time ScheduleTime Period
All the time
Time Period Information
NameTime Of Day StartTime Of Day EndRepeat Every
All the time00:0024:00Week from Sun through Sat
Time_Period_2
Time Period Information
NameTime Of Day StartTime Of Day EndRepeat Every
All the time00:0024:00Week from Sun through Sat
Time_Period_100:3023:00Year on Mar on day 3

3.6.3 Partition

A partition comprises a logical grouping of directory numbers (DNs) and route patterns with similar reachability characteristics. Devices that are typically placed in partitions include DNs and route patterns. These entities associate with DNs that users dial.

Partition
NameDescriptionTime ScheduleTime Zone
Cluster-Internal-PTCluster-Internal-PT< None >Originating Device
Directory URI < None >Originating Device
Global Learned E164 NumbersCreated 2014-12-15 20:03:47< None >Originating Device
Global Learned E164 PatternsCreated 2014-12-15 20:03:47< None >Originating Device
Global Learned Enterprise NumbersCreated 2014-12-15 20:03:47< None >Originating Device
Global Learned Enterprise PatternsCreated 2014-12-15 20:03:47< None >Originating Device
LC_INTERNAL_PARTLeighton APS< None >Originating Device
P_1P_1< None >Originating Device
P_11P_11< None >Originating Device
P_12P_12< None >Originating Device
P_2P_2< None >Originating Device
P_3P_3< None >Originating Device
P_4P_4< None >Originating Device
P_5P_5< None >Originating Device
P_AutoRegP_AutoReg< None >Originating Device
P_BrisbaneP_Brisbane< None >Originating Device
P_Brisbane_1P_Brisbane_1< None >Originating Device
P_Brisbane_2P_Brisbane_2< None >Originating Device
P_Brisbane_3P_Brisbane_3< None >Originating Device
P_LoggedOutP_LoggedOut< None >Originating Device
P_PerthP_Perth< None >Originating Device
P_Perth_1P_Perth_1< None >Originating Device
P_Perth_2P_Perth_2< None >Originating Device
P_Perth_3P_Perth_3< None >Originating Device
P_SydneyP_Sydney< None >Originating Device
P_Sydney_1P_Sydney_1< None >Originating Device
P_Sydney_2P_Sydney_2< None >Originating Device
P_Sydney_3P_Sydney_3< None >Originating Device

3.6.4 Calling Search Space

A calling search space (CSS) comprises an ordered list of route partitions that are typically assigned to devices. Calling search spaces determine the partitions that calling devices search when they are attempting to complete a call.

When a calling search space is assigned to a device, the list of partitions in the calling search space comprises only the partitions that the device is allowed to reach.

Calling Search Space
NameDescriptionRoute Partitions for this Calling Search Space
CSS_1CSS_1Directory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_2CSS_2Directory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_3CSS_3Directory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_4CSS_4Directory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_AutoregCSS_AutoregDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_BrisbaneCSS_BrisbaneDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Brisbane_InternNatCSS_Brisbane_InternNatDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Brisbane_LocalCSS_Brisbane_LocalDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Brisbane_NationalCSS_Brisbane_NationalDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_LoggedOutCSS_LoggedOutDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_PerthCSS_PerthDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Perth_InternNatCSS_Perth_InternNatDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Perth_LocalCSS_Perth_LocalDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Perth_NationalCSS_Perth_NationalDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_SydneyCSS_SydneyDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Sydney_InternNatCSS_Sydney_InternNatDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Sydney_LocalCSS_Sydney_LocalDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
CSS_Sydney_NationalCSS_Sydney_NationalDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
MB1-CSSMB1-CSSDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
MB1-Unrestricted-CSSMB1-Unrestricted-CSSDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
MB2-CSSMB2-CSSDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3
MB2-Unrestricted-CSSMB2-Unrestricted-CSSDirectory URI
Global Learned E164 Numbers
Global Learned E164 Patterns
Global Learned Enterprise Numbers
Global Learned Enterprise Patterns
P_1
P_11
P_12
P_2
P_3
P_4
P_5
P_AutoReg
P_Brisbane
P_Brisbane_1
P_Brisbane_2
P_Brisbane_3
P_LoggedOut
P_Perth_1
P_Perth_2
P_Perth_3
P_Sydney_1
P_Sydney_2
P_Sydney_3

3.7 Intercom

Intercom, a new type of phone line, combines the functionality of a traditional line and a speed dial. With an intercom line, a user can call the intercom line of another user, which auto-answers to one-way audio whisper. The recipient can then acknowledge the whispered call and initiate a two-way intercom call.

Users can use an intercom line to dial any other intercom line in the intercom partition, or the administrator can preconfigure the line to target an intercom line outside the intercom partition.

Note: Users can use an intercom line only to dial other intercom lines.

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 the initiator can deliver a short message, regardless of whether the called party is busy or idle.

To ensure that the voice of the called party does not get sent back to the caller when the intercom call is automatically answered, Cisco Unified Communications Manager implements whisper intercom. Whisper intercom means that only one-way audio exists from the caller to the called party. The called party must manually press a key to talk to the caller.

3.7.1 Intercom Route Partition

An intercom partition contains a list of route patterns [directory number (DN) and route patterns]. Partitions facilitate call routing by dividing the route plan into logical subsets that are based on organization, location, and call type.

The following intercom route partitions are configured:

Intercom Partition
NameDescriptionTime ScheduleTime Zone
PI1PI1All the timeOriginating Device
PI2PI2< None >Originating Device
PI3PI3< None >Originating Device
PI4PI4TS-RD-25aca90f-5e0a-233d-ff7f-66a9db68b10bSpecific Time Zone: Africa/Nouakchott

3.7.2 Intercom Calling Search Space

An intercom calling search space comprises an ordered list of intercom route partitions that are typically assigned to devices. Intercom calling search spaces determine the partitions that calling devices search when they are attempting to complete a call.

The following intercom calling search spaces are configured:

Intercom Calling Search Space
NameDescriptionIntercom Route Partitions for this Calling Search Space
PI1_GENPI1_GENPI1:PI2:PI3:PI4
PI2_GENPI2_GENPI2
PI3_GENPI3_GENPI3
PI4_GENPI4_GENPI4

3.7.3 Intercom Directory Number

The following table lists all intercom lines (assigned and not assigned to any phones).

Intercom Directory Number (Summary)
Intercom Directory NumberPartitionCSSDescriptionAuto AnswerDeviceAlerting NameASCII Alerting NamePresence Group
111PI4PI2_GENDescription for intercom directories 111Auto Answer with SpeakerphoneSEP503DE57D6060Alterting Name 1Alterting Name 1Standard Presence group
112PI1PI2_GENDescription for intercom directories 112Auto Answer with SpeakerphoneSEPC89C1DB61489Alterting Name 2Alterting Name 2Standard Presence group
113PI3PI4_GENDescription for intercom directories 113Auto Answer with Headset< None >Alterting Name 3Alterting Name 3Standard Presence group
114PI4PI3_GENDescription for intercom directories 114Auto Answer with Speakerphone< None >Alterting Name 4Alterting Name 4Standard Presence group
115PI2PI2_GENDescription for intercom directories 115Auto Answer with SpeakerphoneSEP503DE57D6060Alterting Name 5Alterting Name 5Standard Presence group
116PI4PI2_GENDescription for intercom directories 116Auto Answer with SpeakerphoneSEP001BD40BF9A9Alterting Name 6Alterting Name 6Standard Presence group
117PI4PI1_GENDescription for intercom directories 117Auto Answer with SpeakerphoneSEP503DE57D6060Alterting Name 7Alterting Name 7Standard Presence group
118PI2PI2_GENDescription for intercom directories 118Auto Answer with SpeakerphoneSEP04C5A44D2C77Alterting Name 118Alterting Name 118Standard Presence group
119PI3PI2_GENDescription for intercom directories 119Auto Answer with SpeakerphoneSEP3C5EC30DCC2DAlterting Name 9Alterting Name 9Standard Presence group
120PI1PI3_GENDescription for intercom directories 120Auto Answer with Speakerphone< None >Alterting Name 120Alterting Name 120Standard Presence group
121PI1PI1_GENDescription unassignedAuto Answer with HeadsetSEP00070E16C0C7  Standard Presence group
122PI1PI1_GENDescription unassignedAuto Answer with HeadsetSEP00070E16C0C7  Standard Presence group
123PI1PI1_GENDescription unassignedAuto Answer with HeadsetSEP00070E16C0C7  Standard Presence group
124PI1PI1_GENDescription unassignedAuto Answer with HeadsetSEP00070E16C0C7  Standard Presence group
125PI1PI1_GENDescription unassignedAuto Answer with HeadsetSEP00070E16C0C7  Standard Presence group

3.7.3.1 Intercom Directory Number - Unassigned

The following table lists all unassigned intercom lines.

Intercom Directory Number (Summary)
Intercom Directory NumberPartitionCSSDescriptionAuto AnswerDeviceAlerting NameASCII Alerting NamePresence Group
113PI3PI4_GENDescription for intercom directories 113Auto Answer with Headset< None >Alterting Name 3Alterting Name 3Standard Presence group
114PI4PI3_GENDescription for intercom directories 114Auto Answer with Speakerphone< None >Alterting Name 4Alterting Name 4Standard Presence group
120PI1PI3_GENDescription for intercom directories 120Auto Answer with Speakerphone< None >Alterting Name 120Alterting Name 120Standard Presence group

3.7.4 Intercom Translation Pattern

Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses intercom translation patterns to manipulate dialed digits before it routes a call. In some cases, the system does not use the dialed number. In other cases, the public switched telephone network (PSTN) does not recognize the dialed number.

The following intercom translation patterns are configured:

Intercom Translation Pattern (Details)
Pattern / PartitionDetails
X111 / PI2
Pattern Definition
Descriptionintercom translation pattern configuration
Numbering Plan< None >
Route Filter< None >
Calling Search SpacePI2_GEN
Route OptionRoute this pattern
Provide Outside Dial Tone
Urgent Priority
Calling Party Transformations
Use Calling Party's External Mask
Calling Party Transform Mask444
Prefix Digits (Outgoing Calls)5555
Calling Line ID PresentationRestricted
Calling Name PresentationAllowed
Connected Party Transformations
Connected Line ID PresentationAllowed
Connected Name PresentationAllowed
Called Party Transformations
Discard Digits< None >
Called Party Transform Mask
Prefix Digits (Outgoing Calls)

3.8 Client Matter Codes

To use the Client Matter Codes feature, users must enter a client matter code to reach certain dialed numbers.

You enable or disable CMC through route patterns, and you can configure multiple client matter codes. When a user dials a number that is routed through a CMC-enabled route pattern, a tone prompts the user for the client matter code. When the user enters a valid CMC, the call occurs; if the user enters an invalid code, reorder occurs. The CMC writes to the CDR, so you can collect the information by using Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) CDR Analysis and Reporting (CAR), which generates reports for client accounting and billing.

You can implement CMC and FAC separately or together. For example, you may authorize users to place certain classes of calls, such as long distance calls, and also assign the class of calls to a specific client. If you implement CMC and FAC together, the user dials a number, enters the user-specific authorization code when prompted to do so, and then enters the client matter code at the next prompt. CMC and FAC tones sound the same to the user, so the feature tells the user to enter the authorization code after the first tone and enter the CMC after the second tone.

The CMC and FAC features work with all Cisco Unified IP Phone models and MGCP-controlled analog gateways.

Client Matter Codes
Client Matter CodeDescription
3333client matter code
555Description for client matter code 555
666Description for client matter code 666

3.9 Forced Authorization Code

When you enable FAC through route patterns, users must enter an authorization code to reach the intended recipient of the call. When a user dials a number that is routed through a FAC-enabled route pattern, the system plays a tone that prompts for the authorization code.

In Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Administration, you can configure various levels of authorization. If the user authorization code does not meet or exceed the level of authorization that is specified to route the dialed number, the user receives a reorder tone. If the authorization is accepted, the call occurs.

Forced Authorization Codes
Authorization Code NameAuthorization CodeAuthorization Level
Forced_Authorization_Code_11113
Forced_Authorization_Code_22225

3.10 Translation Pattern (Condensed)

The Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) uses translation patterns to manipulate dialed digits before it routes a call. In some cases, the system does not use the dialed number. In other cases, the public switched telephone network (PSTN) does not recognize the dialed number.

The following list is the condensed version of translation patterns:

Translation Pattern (Short)
Pattern DefinitionCalling Party TransformationsConnected Party TransformationsCalled Party Transformations
PatternPartitionRoute FilterDescriptionNumbering PlanMLPP PrecedenceNetwork DomainRoute ClassCSSUse Originator's CSSExt. Call Control ProfileRoute OptionProvide Outside Dial ToneUrgent PriorityDo Not Wait For Interdigit T/ORoute Next HopUse Ext.MaskTransform MaskPrefix DigitsLine PresentationName PresentationNumber TypeNumber PlanLine PresentationName PresentationDiscard DigitsTransform MaskPrefix DigitsNumber TypeNumber Plan
444Global Learned Enterprise Numbers< None >asdfasdf< None >DefaultRPNNDI_002Satellite Avoidance< None >< None >Route this pattern111222AllowedAllowedNationalNational StandardAllowedRestricted< None >< None >< None >Cisco CallManagerCisco CallManager
999999LC_INTERNAL_PART< None >Description for translation pattern 999999< None >ImmediateRPNNDI_002Hotline DataMB1-Unrestricted-CSSExternal_Call_Control_1Route this pattern123422AllowedAllowedNationalPrivateAllowedAllowed< None >< None >< None >NationalNational Standard

3.11 Call Park

The Call Park feature allows you to place a call on hold, so it can be retrieved from another phone in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) system (for example, a phone in another office or in a conference room).

If you are on an active call at your phone, you can park the call to a call park extension by pressing the Park softkey or the Call Park button. Someone on another phone in your system can then dial the call park extension to retrieve the call.

Call Park
Call Park Number-Range / PartitionDescriptionCisco Unified Communications Manager
70XX / P_1 CM_10.5.1.112
71XX / P_1 CM_10.5.1.113
72XX / P_1 CM_10.5.1.112
73XX / P_1 CM_10.5.1.112

3.12 Directed Call Park

Directed Call Park allows a user to transfer a call to an available user-selected directed call park number. Configure directed call park numbers in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Directed Call Park Configuration window. Configured directed call park numbers exist cluster wide. You can configure phones that support the directed call park Busy Lamp Field (BLF) to monitor the busy/idle status of specific directed call park numbers. Users can also use the BLF to speed dial a directed call park number. A user can retrieve a parked call by dialing a configured retrieval prefix followed by the directed call park number where the call is parked

Directed Call Park
Number / PartitionDescriptionReversion NumberReversion Calling Search SpaceRetrieval Prefix
111111 / P_Brisbane_3asdfasdf333CSS_Brisbane22

3.13 Call Pickup Group

Call Pickup allows you to answer a call that comes in on a directory number other than your own. When you hear an incoming call ringing on another phone, you can redirect the call to your phone by using this feature.

Cisco Unified IP Phones provide three types of call pickup:

Call Pickup Group
NameNumber / PartitionDetails
PG_150501 / P_1
Call Pickup Group Information
Description
Call Pickup Group Notification Settings
Call Pickup Group Notification PolicyNo Alert
Call Pickup Group Notification Timer (seconds)6
Call Information Display For CPG Notification
Calling Party Information
Called Party Information
Current Associated Call Pickup Groups
Selected Call Pickup Groups50501 / P_1 (PG_1)
PG_250502 / P_1
Call Pickup Group Information
Description
Call Pickup Group Notification Settings
Call Pickup Group Notification PolicyNo Alert
Call Pickup Group Notification Timer (seconds)6
Call Information Display For CPG Notification
Calling Party Information
Called Party Information
Current Associated Call Pickup Groups
Selected Call Pickup Groups50502 / P_1 (PG_2)

3.13.1 Call Pickup Group - Group Members

This section lists the members of each Call Pickup Group.

Call Pickup Group - Dependency Records
NameNumber / PartitionMembers
PG_150501 / P_1
< No records found >
PG_250502 / P_1
Directory Number / PartitionDevice
5002 / P_Sydney_2 
template 1 / Global Learned E164 Patterns 

3.14 Directory Number (Condensed)

This section lists all Directory numbers configured (associated and unassigned directory numbers).

Directory numbers may be associated with devices such as phones, route points, CTI ports, and H.323 clients.

Directory Number (60)
NumberPartitionCSSDescriptionAssociated DevicesVoicemailPickup GroupCSS PolicyCFA / CSS_CFACFB / CSS_CFBCFNA / CSS_CFNANA Duration
10000< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11000< None >< None > SEPAC44F21161D3< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11001< None >< None > SEP000DBC04B235< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11002< None >< None > SEPC89C1DB61489< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11003< None >CSS_1 SEPD824BDBBEC46< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11004< None >< None > SEP6CFA8902CFE1< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11005< None >< None > SEP001FCAEA0108< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11006< None >< None > SEP0021A02DFE28< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11007< None >< None > SEP08CC6830C21C< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11008< None >< None > SEP0021A02BC8B8< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11009< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11010< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11011< None >< None > SEP001BD40BF9A9< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11012< None >< None > SEP503DE57D6060< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11013< None >< None > SEP00070E16C0C7< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11014< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11014P_1CSS_1  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11015< None >CSS_1  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11016< None >< None > SEP04C5A44D2C77< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11017< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11017P_1< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
111111111111< None >< None > RDP_template< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
22222P_AutoReg< None >asdfCRIRouteDevice2< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
324234234234P_1< None > SEP123412341234< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
33Global Learned Enterprise PatternsCSS_LoggedOutDescription for directoryPhoneOneNoVoiceMail< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
4007P_SydneyCSS_Sydney_InternNatUDP for Brad PittUDP_bpittUnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None >VMVM 
5000P_Sydney_2CSS_Sydney AN1000000000847VMP_Sydney< None >With Configured CSS / < None >VMVM 
5001P_Sydney_2CSS_Sydney_InternNatUDP for Alec BergUDP_abergUnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None >VMVM 
5002P_Sydney_2CSS_Sydney  VMP_SydneyPG_2With Configured CSS / < None >VMVM 
5003P_Sydney_2CSS_Sydney_InternNat  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None >VMVM 
5004P_Sydney_2< None > AN100000000042F< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
5006P_Sydney_2< None > SEP454545AABBCD< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
5007P_Sydney_2CSS_Sydney_InternNatUDP for aps 04UDP_aps04UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
5008P_Sydney_2CSS_Sydney_InternNatUDP for aps 03UDP_aps03UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
550005P_1< None > AN0000000002400< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
550006P_1CSS_1 AN0000000003000UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
7821P_1CSS_1 SEPB838612FC0A3< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
81383604Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSS  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB1-CSSVMVM 
81383607Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSS CSFmbuser5UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB1-CSSVMVM 
81383608Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSS  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB1-CSSVMVM 
81383610Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSS CSFmbuser18
UDP_mbuser18
UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB1-CSSVMVM 
81383615Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSS CSFmbuser3UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB1-CSSVMVM 
81527003Cluster-Internal-PTMB2-Unrestricted-CSS  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB2-CSSVMVM 
81527022Cluster-Internal-PTMB2-Unrestricted-CSS CSFmbuser19
UDP_mbuser19
UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB2-CSSVMVM 
81527033Cluster-Internal-PTMB2-Unrestricted-CSS  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB2-CSSVMVM 
8841P_1CSS_1 SEP3C5EC30DCC2D< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
8851P_1CSS_1 SEPB000B4BB3F54< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
8861< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
8861P_1< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
89000< None >< None >CRS Line description < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
89000P_1CSS_1CRS Line descriptionrp89000< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
89001< None >< None >CRS Line description < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
89001P_1CSS_1CRS Line descriptionrp-89001< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
8989< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
9000P_1CSS_1 SEP0021A02DFE28UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
90000P_1< None >CRS Line descriptioncrs_90000< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
90001P_1< None >CRS Line descriptioncrs_90001< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
90002P_1< None >CRS Line descriptioncrs_90002< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
90003P_1< None >CRS Line descriptioncrs_90003< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
9010P_1CSS_1 SEP0021A02E05E0< None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 


3.14.1 Directory Numbers - Unallocated (Condensed)

This section lists all Directory numbers configured which are not assigned to any device.

Directory numbers may be associated with devices such as phones, route points, CTI ports, and H.323 clients.

Directory Number (19)
NumberPartitionCSSDescriptionAssociated DevicesVoicemailPickup GroupCSS PolicyCFA / CSS_CFACFB / CSS_CFBCFNA / CSS_CFNANA Duration
10000< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11009< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11010< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11014< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11014P_1CSS_1  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11015< None >CSS_1  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11017< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
11017P_1< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
5002P_Sydney_2CSS_Sydney  VMP_SydneyPG_2With Configured CSS / < None >VMVM 
5003P_Sydney_2CSS_Sydney_InternNat  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / < None >VMVM 
81383604Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSS  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB1-CSSVMVM 
81383608Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSS  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB1-CSSVMVM 
81527003Cluster-Internal-PTMB2-Unrestricted-CSS  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB2-CSSVMVM 
81527033Cluster-Internal-PTMB2-Unrestricted-CSS  UnityConnection< None >Use System Default / MB2-CSSVMVM 
8861< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
8861P_1< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
89000< None >< None >CRS Line description < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
89001< None >< None >CRS Line description < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 
8989< None >< None >  < None >< None >Use System Default / < None > / < None > / < None > 

3.15 Meet-Me Number/Pattern

Meet-Me conferences require an allocation of directory numbers. Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Administration provides the Meet-Me conference directory number range to users, so they can access the feature.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) supports a maximum of 100 simultaneous meet-me conferences for each Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) server.

Meet-Me Number/Pattern
Directory Number or Pattern / PartitionDescriptionMinimum Security Level
5555 / P_LoggedOutasdfasdfNon Secure
7777 / Global Learned Enterprise PatternsDescriptino for Number of Pattern 7777Non Secure
8888 / Cluster-Internal-PTDescription for meet me configuration 8888Non Secure

3.16 Route Plan Report

The route plan report comprises a listing of all unassigned directory numbers (DN), call park numbers, call pickup numbers, conference numbers (Meet-Me numbers), directory numbers, route patterns, translation patterns, voice-mail ports, message-waiting indicators, and attendant console numbers in the system.

Route Plan Report
PatternPartitionUsageon Device (Description)Device Type
10.5.1.21P_12IPAddress RoutingRoute List 1 (Route List 1 Description)Route List
10000 Device  
11Global Learned Enterprise PatternsRouteSIP_Trunk (Default SIP Tunk Description)SIP Trunk
11000 DeviceSEPAC44F21161D3 (Auto 11000)Cisco 8831
11001 DeviceSEP000DBC04B235 (Auto 11001)Cisco 7960
11002 DeviceSEPC89C1DB61489 (Auto 11002)Cisco 6941
11003 DeviceSEPD824BDBBEC46 (Auto 11003)Cisco 7975
11004 DeviceSEP6CFA8902CFE1 (Auto 11004)Cisco 7861
11005 DeviceSEP001FCAEA0108 (Auto 11005)Cisco 7945
11006 DeviceSEP0021A02DFE28 (Agent1 Test)Cisco 7945
11007 DeviceSEP08CC6830C21C (Auto 11007)Cisco 9971
11008 DeviceSEP0021A02BC8B8 (Auto 11008)Cisco 7965
11009 Device  
11010 Device  
11011 DeviceSEP001BD40BF9A9 (Auto 11011)Cisco 7961G-GE
11012 DeviceSEP503DE57D6060 (Auto 11012)Cisco 8941
11013 DeviceSEP00070E16C0C7 (Auto 11013)Cisco 7941
11014 Device  
11014P_1Device  
11015 Device  
11016 DeviceSEP04C5A44D2C77 (Auto 11016)Cisco 9951
11017 Device  
11017P_1Device  
111PI4Device Intercom  
111111P_Brisbane_3Directed Call Park  
111111111111 DeviceRDP_templateRemote Destination Profile
112PI1Device Intercom  
113PI3Device Intercom  
114PI4Device Intercom  
115PI2Device Intercom  
116PI4Device Intercom  
117PI4Device Intercom  
118PI2Device Intercom  
119PI3Device Intercom  
120PI1Device Intercom  
121PI1Device Intercom  
122PI1Device Intercom  
123PI1Device Intercom  
124PI1Device Intercom  
125PI1Device Intercom  
22Global Learned E164 PatternsRouteH225_Gatekeeper_Controlled_Trunk (Description for H225 Gatekeeper Controlled Trunk)Trunk
22111111P_Brisbane_3Directed Call Park  
22222P_AutoRegDeviceCRIRouteDevice2 (Description for CRIRouteDevice1)CTI Route Point
324234234234P_1DeviceSEP123412341234 (SEP123412341234)Cisco 9971
33Global Learned Enterprise PatternsDevicePhoneOne (Description for Phone One)Cisco Unified Client Services Framework
4007P_SydneyDeviceUDP_bpitt (bpitt [Brad Pitt] EnterStageAlways)Cisco 7945
444Global Learned Enterprise NumbersTranslation  
5000P_Sydney_2DeviceAN1000000000847Analog Phone
5001P_Sydney_2DeviceUDP_aberg (aberg [Alec Berg] Sales)Cisco 7945
5002P_Sydney_2Device  
5003P_Sydney_2Device  
5004P_Sydney_2DeviceAN100000000042F (AN0000000003000)Analog Phone
5006P_Sydney_2DeviceSEP454545AABBCD (Phone of aps 04 Location: Sydney)Cisco 8851
5007P_Sydney_2DeviceUDP_aps04 (aps04 [aps 04])Cisco 7945
5008P_Sydney_2DeviceUDP_aps03 (aps03 [aps 03])Cisco 8851
50501P_1Call Pick Up Group  
50502P_1Call Pick Up Group  
550005P_1DeviceAN0000000002400 (AN0000000002400)Analog Phone
550006P_1DeviceAN0000000003000 (AN0000000003000)Analog Phone
5555P_LoggedOutConference  
70XXP_1CallPark  
71XXP_1CallPark  
72XXP_1CallPark  
73XXP_1CallPark  
7777Global Learned Enterprise PatternsConference  
7821P_1DeviceSEPB838612FC0A3 (Callin to UCCX Test)Cisco 7821
81383604Cluster-Internal-PTDevice  
81383607Cluster-Internal-PTDeviceCSFmbuser5 (Test5, Mbuser5 - 81383607)Cisco Unified Client Services Framework
81383608Cluster-Internal-PTDevice  
81383610Cluster-Internal-PTDeviceCSFmbuser18 (Last, Mbuser18 - 81383610)Cisco Unified Client Services Framework
81383610Cluster-Internal-PTDeviceUDP_mbuser18 (last, mbuser18 - 81383610)Cisco 7975
81383615Cluster-Internal-PTDeviceCSFmbuser3 (TEST, Mbuser3 - 81383615)Cisco Unified Client Services Framework
81527003Cluster-Internal-PTDevice  
81527022Cluster-Internal-PTDeviceCSFmbuser19 (Lastyy, Mbuser19xx - 81527022)Cisco Unified Client Services Framework
81527022Cluster-Internal-PTDeviceUDP_mbuser19 (LastYY, mbuser19XX - 81527022)Cisco 7975
81527033Cluster-Internal-PTDevice  
8841P_1DeviceSEP3C5EC30DCC2D (8841 Test)Cisco 8841
8851P_1DeviceSEPB000B4BB3F54 (8851 with 1 x KEM)Cisco 8851
8861 Device  
8861P_1Device  
8888Cluster-Internal-PTConference  
89000 Device  
89000P_1Devicerp89000 (Queue)CTI Route Point
89001 Device  
89001P_1Devicerp-89001 (2nd calling RG1)CTI Route Point
8989 Device  
9000P_1DeviceSEP0021A02DFE28 (Agent1 Test)Cisco 7945
90000P_1Devicecrs_90000 (CCG1-1)CTI Port
90001P_1Devicecrs_90001 (CCG1-1)CTI Port
90002P_1Devicecrs_90002 (CCG1-1)CTI Port
90003P_1Devicecrs_90003 (CCG1-1)CTI Port
9010P_1DeviceSEP0021A02E05E0 (Supervisor phone)Cisco 7945
9800P_1Hunt PilotHL_UnityConnectionRoute List
9801P_1Voice Mail PortCiscoUM1-VI1Voice Mail Port
9802P_1Voice Mail PortCiscoUM1-VI2Voice Mail Port
9997P_1Message Waiting  
9998P_1Message Waiting  
999999LC_INTERNAL_PARTTranslation  
www.testdomain.comLC_INTERNAL_PARTDomain RoutingDefault_None_SIP_Trunk (default none SIP trunk)SIP Trunk

3.17 Transformation

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration allows you to manipulate the calling party number and the called party number that Cisco Unified Communications Manager sends with each call setup message.

The following topics provide information on these settings:

3.17.1 Transformation Pattern

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration allows you to manipulate the calling party number and the called party number that Cisco Unified Communications Manager sends with each call setup message.

You configure calling and called party transformation patterns to provide context-sensitive modifications to a calling or called party; Cisco Unified Communications Manager does not use these patterns for routing calls.

The following topics provide information on these settings:

3.17.1.1 Calling Party Transformation Pattern

The parameters in the Calling Party Transformation Patterns provide appropriate caller information using the Calling Party Transformation calling search space on the destination device. Be aware that calls through transformation patterns are not routable. When this pattern is matched, the call does not route to any device.

You use calling party transformation patterns with the calling party normalization feature.Configuring calling party normalization alleviates issues with toll bypass where the call is routed to multiple locations over the IP WAN. In addition, it allows Cisco Unified Communications Manager to distinguish the origin of the call to globalize or localize the calling party number for the phone user.

Calling Party Transformation Pattern
Pattern / PartitionDetails
10101 / P_Brisbane_2
Pattern Definition
DescriptionPattern definition description for 10101
Numbering Plan< None >
Route Filter< None >
Urgent Priority
MLPP Preemption Disabled
Calling Party Transformations
Use Calling Party's External Mask
Discard Digit Instructions< None >
Calling Party Transform Mask44
Prefix Digits (Outgoing Calls)55
Calling Line ID PresentationDefault
Calling Party Number TypeInternational
Calling Party Numbering PlanUnknown
666 / LC_INTERNAL_PART
Pattern Definition
Descriptionasdfasdf
Numbering Plan< None >
Route Filter< None >
Urgent Priority
MLPP Preemption Disabled
Calling Party Transformations
Use Calling Party's External Mask
Discard Digit Instructions< None >
Calling Party Transform Mask777
Prefix Digits (Outgoing Calls)888
Calling Line ID PresentationAllowed
Calling Party Number TypeInternational
Calling Party Numbering PlanCisco CallManager

3.17.1.2 Called Party Transformation Pattern

The parameters in the Called Party Transformation Patterns provide appropriate caller information by using the Called Party Transformation calling search space on the destination device. Be aware that calls through transformation patterns are not routable. When this pattern is matched, the call does not route to any device.

Called party transformations settings allow you to manipulate the dialed digits, or called party number, for outgoing calls. Examples of manipulating called numbers include appending or removing prefix digits (outgoing calls), appending area codes to calls dialed as seven-digit numbers, appending area codes and office codes to interoffice calls dialed as four- or five-digit extensions, and suppressing carrier access codes for equal access calls.

Configuration of called party transformations settings that are used in route lists occurs in the individual route groups that comprise the list. The called party transformations settings that are assigned to the route groups in a route list override any called party transformations settings that are assigned to a route pattern or translation pattern that is associated with that route list.

Called Party Transformation Pattern
Pattern / PartitionDetails
000 / Global Learned E164 Numbers
Pattern Definition
Descriptionsrthxfdvb
Numbering Plan< None >
Route Filter< None >
Urgent Priority
MLPP Preemption Disabled
Called Party Transformations
Discard Digits< None >
Called Party Transform Mask6767
Prefix Digits6767
Called Party Number TypeCisco CallManager
Called Party Numbering PlanCisco CallManager
0101 / Global Learned E164 Numbers
Pattern Definition
DescriptionDescription for pattern definition 0101
Numbering Plan< None >
Route Filter< None >
Urgent Priority
MLPP Preemption Disabled
Called Party Transformations
Discard Digits< None >
Called Party Transform Mask66
Prefix Digits99
Called Party Number TypeInternational
Called Party Numbering PlanISDN

3.17.2 Transformation Profile

Cisco Intercompany Media Engine configuration comprises configuration of transformation profiles.

Transformation Profile
NameDetails
Transformation_Profile_1
Profile Information
DescriptionDescription for transformation profile 1
Incoming Party Settings
Settings
Number TypePrefixStrip DigitsCalling Search Space
National NumberDefault2CSS_Brisbane
International NumberDefault3CSS_Perth_InternNat
Unknown NumberDefault4MB2-Unrestricted-CSS
Subscriber NumberDefault5CSS_Sydney
Transformation_Profile_2
Profile Information
DescriptionDescription for transformation profile 2
Incoming Party Settings
Settings
Number TypePrefixStrip DigitsCalling Search Space
National NumberDefault9MB2-Unrestricted-CSS
International NumberDefault9CSS_Perth_InternNat
Unknown NumberDefault9PI3_GEN
Subscriber NumberDefault9CSS_Brisbane_InternNat

3.18 Mobility

Cisco Unified Mobility extends the rich call control capabilities of Cisco Unified Communications Manager from the primary workplace desk phone of a mobile worker to any location or device of their choosing.

For example, Cisco Unified Mobility associates a user mobile phone number with the user business IP phone number. Cisco Unified Mobility then directs incoming calls to ring on a user mobile phone as well as the business phone, thus providing a single number for callers to reach the user. Calls that go unanswered on all the designated devices get redirected to the enterprise voice mailbox of the user (not to the mobile voice mailbox).

The following topics provide information on these settings:

Administrators can configure Cisco Unified Mobility by using the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration windows to configure the setup for end users. End users can use Cisco Unified CM User Options windows to configure their own personal settings.

3.18.1 Mobility Enterprise Feature Access Number

The Mobility Enterprise Feature Configuration defines mobility enterprise feature access (EFA) numbers. These numbers can then associate with mobility profile(s) for use.

The DID number defines enterprise feature access and supports transfer, conference, resume, and two-stage dialing from smartphones. Each DID number is unique.

Mobility Enterprise Feature Access Number
NumberRoute PartitionDescriptionDefault
0000P_LoggedOutAccess Information descriptino for 0000
99999P_Perth_2kjbvhcgvb

3.18.2 Handoff Configuration

The Handoff Mobility Configuration defines a handoff number and/or partition for dual-mode phones between the Wi-Fi and Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) or Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) networks. The handoff feature requires this number.

Handoff Configuration Information
Handoff NumberRoute Partition
12121212Cluster-Internal-PT

3.18.3 Mobility Profile

Mobility profiles specify profiles which configure Dial-via-Office Forward (DVO-F) or Dial-via-Office Reverse (DVO-R) settings for a mobile client. A mobility profile is then assigned to a user or to a group of users, such as the users in a region or location.

Mobility profiles can associate with a standalone Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator mobile identity or with a Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator-enabled dual-mode mobile identity. Standard, single-mode remote destinations cannot associate with a mobility profile.

Mobility profiles settings can be changed only by administrators: users cannot change the settings in a mobility profile.

The following mobility profiles are defined:

Mobility Profile
NameDetails
3333
Mobility Profile Information
DescriptionDescription for 3333 mobility profile information
Mobile Client Calling OptionDial via Office Reverse
Dial-via-Office Forward Configuration
Service Access Number13412
Enterprise Feature Access Number99999
Enterprise Feature Access PartitionP_Perth_2
Dial-via-Office Reverse Callback Configuration
Callback Caller ID4224
4444
Mobility Profile Information
DescriptionDescription for mobility profile informatino 4444
Mobile Client Calling OptionDial via Office Forward
Dial-via-Office Forward Configuration
Service Access Number123123
Enterprise Feature Access Number99999
Enterprise Feature Access PartitionP_Perth_2
Dial-via-Office Reverse Callback Configuration
Callback Caller ID456456
5555
Mobility Profile Information
DescriptionDescription for mobility profile information 5555
Mobile Client Calling OptionDial via Office Reverse
Dial-via-Office Forward Configuration
Service Access Number9090
Enterprise Feature Access Number0000
Enterprise Feature Access PartitionP_LoggedOut
Dial-via-Office Reverse Callback Configuration
Callback Caller ID0099

3.19 Logical Partitioning Policy

Logical partitioning specifies a call control feature in Cisco Unified Communications Manager that provides functionality, so communication between the following pairs of VoIP entities can be controlled:

No logical partitioning policy logic exists on endpoints. Be aware that logical partitioning is required to control such communication not only during basic call establishment but also during mid-call as a result of midcall features.

The Cisco Unified Communications Manager basic routing policy constructs of calling search spaces and partitions suffice to prevent forbidden basic calls from being established but are not sufficient to prevent forbidden calls from being created as a result of midcall features. In Cisco Unified Communications Manager, such midcall features are often termed Join and Redirect features, because these primitives often get used internally to affect these features.

Logical partitioning enhances Cisco Unified Communications Manager to handle such midcall scenarios. Configuration for logical partitioning remains independent of supplementary features, where the policy checking gets performed based on devices being joined or redirected to a supplementary feature.

Logical Partitioning Policy
NameDetails
Logical Partitioning Policy One
DescriptionDescription for logical partitioning policy one
Country< None >
State, Region, or Province (A1)< None >
County or Parish (A2)< None >
City or Township (A3)< None >
Borough or City District (A4)< None >
Neighborhood (A5)< None >
Street (A6)< None >
Leading Street Direction, such as N or W (PRD)< None >
Trailing Street Suffix, such as SW (POD)< None >
Address Suffix, such as Avenue, Platz (STS)< None >
Numeric house number (HNO)< None >
House Number Suffix, such as A, 1/2 (HNS) < None >
Landmark (LMK)< None >
Additional Location Information, such as Room Number (LOC)< None >
Floor (FLR)< None >
Name of Business or Resident (NAM)< None >
Zip or Postal Code (PC)< None >
Relationship to other Geo Location Policies
< No records found >

3.20 External Call Control Profile

Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports the external call control feature, which enables an adjunct route server to make call-routing decisions for Cisco Unified Communications Manager by using the Cisco Unified Routing Rules Interface. When you configure external call control, CUCM issues a route request that contains the calling party and called party information to the adjunct route server. The adjunct route server receives the request, applies appropriate business logic, and returns a route response that instructs Cisco Unified Communications Manager on how the call should get routed, along with any additional call treatment that should get applied.

The adjunct route server can instruct Cisco Unified Communications Manager to allow, divert, or deny the call, modify calling and called party information, play announcements to callers, reset call history so adjunct voicemail and IVR servers can properly interpret calling/called party information, and log reason codes that indicate why calls were diverted or denied.

External Call Control Information
NameDetails
External_Call_Control_1
NameExternal_Call_Control_1
Primary Web Servicehttp://<host>
Secondary Web Servicewww.secondaryservice.com
Enable Load Balancing
Routing Request Timer1234
Diversion Rerouting Calling Search SpaceCSS_Sydney_Local
Call Treatment on FailuresBlock Calls

3.21 HTTP Profile

The Video Quality of Service (QoS) Reservation feature reserves bandwidth in a mobile network, through a third party HTTP service, when a mobile device makes a call. This reservation is only for VoIP calls made through Cisco Unified Communications Manager, not for other voice calls already classified by the mobile network as voice calls.

The following HTTP Profiles are defined:

HTTP Profile
NameHTTP Profile 1
User Nameasdfasdf
Request Timer1500
Web Service Root URIwww.httpprofile1.com
QoS Connection Type12
QoS URI1212

3.22 Call Control Discovery

The call control discovery feature leverages the Service Advertisement Framework (SAF) network service, a proprietary Cisco service, to facilitate dynamic provisioning of inter-call agent information.

By adopting the SAF network service, the call control discovery feature allows Cisco Unified Communications Manager to advertise itself along with other key attributes, such as directory number patterns that are configured in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration, so other call control entities that also use SAF network can use the advertised information to dynamically configure and adapt their routing behaviors; likewise, all entities that use SAF advertise the directory number patterns that they own along with other key information, so other remote call-control entities can learn the information and adapt the routing behavior of the call.

A SAF forwarder, which is a Cisco IOS router that you configured for SAF, handles the publishing requests for the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster and the service advertisements from remote call-control entities.

The Call control discovery (CCD) advertising service resides in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and advertises the PSTN failover configuration and hosted DN patterns along with the SAF trunk access information for the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster to the remote call-control entities that use the SAF network.

Call control discovery (CCD) requesting service resides in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and allows the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager to listen for advertisements from remote call-control entities that use the SAF network. Learned patterns (hosted DN patterns from remote call-control entities) get inserted into digit analysis on the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager. It performs load balancing for calls to learned patterns and handles withdrawals for Cisco Unified Communications Manager from the SAF network

3.22.1 Hosted DN Group

Each hosted DN group covers one geophysical location advertising DN range.

Each hosted DN pattern must be unique. Each hosted DN pattern can only exist in one hosted DN group.

The following hosted DN groups are configured:

Hosted DN Group
NameDescriptionPSTN Failover Strip DigitsPSTN Failover Prepend DigitsUse HostedDN as PSTN Failover
www.hostendngroup1.com.auDescription for hosted DN group 141
www.hostendngroup2.com.auDescription for hosted DN group 21213

3.22.2 Hosted DN Pattern

Hosted DN patterns are directory number patterns that belong to the local call-control entity.

Hosted DN patterns are directory numbers pattern ranges for the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster that you want to advertise to remote call-control entities. It is published by the CCD advertising service to the SAF forwarder.

The following Hosted DN patterns are configured:

Hosted DN Pattern
Hosted PatternDescriptionHosted DN GroupPSTN Failover Strip DigitsPSTN Failover Prepend DigitsUse HostedDN as PSTN Failover
1425534755Description for hosted DN pattern infowww.hostendngroup1.com.au11

3.22.3 Advertising Service

The Call control discovery (CCD) advertising service resides in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and advertises the PSTN failover configuration and hosted DN patterns along with the SAF trunk access information for the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster to the remote call-control entities that use the SAF network.

You must enable SAF on the trunk in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration and assign SAF-enabled trunks to the CCD advertising and requesting services. You can configure as many CCD advertising services as you want. Only one hosted DN group can be associated with one CCD advertising service.

CCD Advertising Service
NameDescriptionSAF SIP TrunkSAF H323 TrunkHostedDN GroupActivated Feature
Advertising_Service_1Description for advertising service 1< None >Non_Gatekeeper_Trunkwww.hostendngroup1.com.au

3.22.4 Partition

The call control discovery feature relies on a route partition, which are configured in this section. This route partition gets used exclusively by the call control discovery to ensure that all learned patterns get placed in digit analysis under the route partition. You assign this partition to the CCD requesting service.

If you want a user to make outbound calls to learned patterns that are advertised by remote call-control entities, ensure that the calling search space that you assign to the device contains the route partition that is assigned to the CCD requesting service.

Call Control Discovery Partition Information
NameDescriptionTime ScheduleTime Zone
Partition_1Description for partition 1TS-RD-25aca90f-5e0a-233d-ff7f-66a9db68b10b(GMT +01:00) Europe/Madrid

3.22.5 Requesting Service

Call control discovery (CCD) requesting service resides in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and allows the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager to listen for advertisements from remote call-control entities that use the SAF network.

Learned patterns (hosted DN patterns from remote call-control entities) get inserted into digit analysis on the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager. It performs load balancing for calls to learned patterns and handles withdrawals for Cisco Unified Communications Manager from the SAF network .

CCD Requesting Service Info
NameDetails
CCD Requesting Service Info 1
DescriptionDescription for CCD Reqesting Service 1
Route PartitionPartition_1
Learned Pattern Prefix22
PSTN Prefix33
Selected SAF TrunksCall_Control_Discovery_SIP_Trunk
Non_Gatekeeper_Trunk
Activated Feature

3.22.6 Blocked Learned Pattern

The following learned patterns that remote call-control entities send to the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager are blocked:

Purge and Block SAF CCD Learned Routes Information
Learned PatternLearned Pattern PrefixRemote Call Control IdentityRemote IP
 66Remote call control identity 2 
44 Remote call control identity 110.5.1.199

3.23 Global Dial Plan Replication

Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses the Intercluster Lookup Service (ILS) to support the Global Dial Plan Replication feature. When Global Dial Plan Replication is enabled across an ILS network, remote clusters in an ILS network share global dial plan data, including the following:

Global Dial Plan Replication allows you to create a global dial plan including intercluster dialing of directory URIs and alternate numbers that spans across an ILS network. Global Dial Plan Replication allows you to quickly configure the global dial plan across the ILS network without the need to configure each dial plan component on each cluster separately. After you enable Global Dial Plan Replication across the network, you can simply configure the dial plan component on one cluster, and ILS replicates that information throughout the ILS network.

The following chapters describe the configuration items in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration 'Global Dial Replication' menu:

3.23.1 Advertised Patterns

Advertised patterns create summarized routing instructions for a range of enterprise alternate numbers or +E.164 alternate numbers and replicate that pattern throughout an ILS network such that all clusters within the ILS network know the pattern. Advertised patterns save you from having to configure routing information for each alternate number on an individual basis. Advertised patterns are never used by the local cluster on which they are configured. They are only used by remote clusters that learn the pattern through ILS.

Advertised Patterns
PatternPattern TypeDescriptionFailover Settings
11Enterprise NumberAdvertised Pattern Configuration Description
Apply Strip Digits and Prepend Digits to Pattern and Use for PSTN Failover
PSTN Failover Strip Digits3
PSTN Failover Prepend Digits2
+123+E.164 Number12Don't use PSTN Failover

3.23.2 Blocked Learned Numbers and Patterns

The Blocked Learned Pattern Configuration window supports the call control discovery feature by allowing you to purge and block learned patterns, for example, learned patterns that you no longer want to use. Any subsequent notifications with this information gets blocked and ignored.

To block or purge a pattern, the learned pattern must match all data that is configured.

Blocked Learned Numbers and Patterns
PatternPattern TypePrefixCluster IDDescription
11Enterprise Number< None >13Description test
 Enterprise Number88< None >Description 2

3.23.3 Partitions for Learned Numbers and Patterns

Learned numbers and learned patterns must be assigned to a partition which cannot be the NULL partition. Define your own partitions or use the predefined default partitions. Cisco Unified Communications Manager comes installed with the following predefined partitions for learned alternate numbers and number patterns:

The following partitions are defined:

Partitions for Learned Numbers and Patterns
Partition for Enterprise Alternate NumbersGlobal Learned Enterprise NumbersMark Learned Numbers as Urgent
Partition for +E.164 Alternate NumbersGlobal Learned E164 NumbersMark Learned Numbers as Urgent
Partition for Enterprise PatternsGlobal Learned Enterprise PatternsMark Fixed Length Patterns as Urgent
Mark Variable Length as Urgent
Partition for +E.164 PatternsGlobal Learned E164 PatternsMark Fixed Length Patterns as Urgent
Mark Variable Length as Urgent

3.23.4 Learned Numbers

Global dial plan data that Cisco Unified Communications Manager learns via ILS is stored in the local database. In addition to replicating locally configured data, ILS also replicates learned global dial plan data to the rest of the ILS network so that all data learned by one cluster is learned by all clusters in the ILS network.

The following numbers have been learned:

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3.23.5 Learned Patterns

Global dial plan data that Cisco Unified Communications Manager learns via ILS is stored in the local database. In addition to replicating locally configured data, ILS also replicates learned global dial plan data to the rest of the ILS network so that all data learned by one cluster is learned by all clusters in the ILS network.

The following patterns have been learned:

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3.23.6 Learned Directory URIs

Global dial plan data that Cisco Unified Communications Manager learns via ILS is stored in the local database. In addition to replicating locally configured data, ILS also replicates learned global dial plan data to the rest of the ILS network so that all data learned by one cluster is learned by all clusters in the ILS network.

The following Directory URIs have been learned:

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3.23.7 Imported Global Dial Plan Catalogs

Cisco Unified Communications Manager allows you to import global dial plan data from a CSV file into any hub cluster in an ILS network and ILS replicates the imported global dial plan data throughout the ILS network allowing you to interoperate Cisco Unified Communications Manager with a Cisco TelePresence Video Communications Server or a third-party call control system.

Imported data includes only global dial plan data that is imported manually into Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Imported global dial plan data does not include data that was learned through ILS.

The following global dial plan data has been imported:

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3.23.8 Imported Directory URIs

Cisco Unified Communications Manager allows you to import Directory URIs from a CSV file into any hub cluster in an ILS network and ILS replicates the imported data throughout the ILS network allowing you to interoperate Cisco Unified Communications Manager with a Cisco TelePresence Video Communications Server or a third-party call control system.

Imported data includes only data that is imported manually into Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Imported data does not include data that was learned through ILS.

The following Directory URIs have been imported:

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3.23.9 Imported Patterns

Cisco Unified Communications Manager allows you to import patterns from a CSV file into any hub cluster in an ILS network and ILS replicates the imported data throughout the ILS network allowing you to interoperate Cisco Unified Communications Manager with a Cisco TelePresence Video Communications Server or a third-party call control system.

Imported data includes only data that is imported manually into Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Imported data does not include data that was learned through ILS.

The following patterns have been imported:

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4 Media Resources

Media resource management provides access to media resources for all Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)s in a cluster. Every Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) contains a software component called a media resource manager. The media resource manager locates the media resource that is necessary to connect media streams to complete a feature.

The media resource manager manages the following media resource types:

4.1 Annunciator

An annunciator, an SCCP device that uses the Cisco Media Streaming Application service, enables Cisco Unified Communications Manager to play prerecorded announcements (.wav files) and tones to Cisco Unified IP Phones and gateways. The annunciator, which works with Cisco Multilevel Precedence and Preemption (MLPP), enables Cisco Unified Communications Manager to alert callers as to why the call fails. Annunciator can also play tones for some transferred calls and some conferences.

Annunciator
NameAnnunciator Information
ANN_2
Server10.5.1.110
DescriptionANN_CUCM1052
Device PoolDefault
LocationHub_None
Use Trusted Relay PointOff
ANN_3
Server10.5.1.113
DescriptionANN_10.5.1.113
Device PoolDefault
LocationHub_None
Use Trusted Relay PointOff
ANN_4
Server10.5.1.112
DescriptionANN_10.5.1.112
Device PoolDefault
LocationHub_None
Use Trusted Relay PointOff

4.2 Conference Bridge

A conference bridge is a resource that joins multiple participants into a single call. It can accept any number of connections for a given conference, up to the maximum number of streams allowed for a single conference on that device. There is a one-to-one correspondence between media streams connected to a conference and participants connected to the conference. The conference bridge mixes the streams together and creates a unique output stream for each connected party. The output stream for a given party is the composite of the streams from all connected parties minus their own input stream. Some conference bridges mix only the three loudest talkers on the conference and distribute that composite stream to each participant (minus their own input stream if they are one of the talkers).

Software conference bridges automatically get added when a Cisco Unified Communications Manager server gets added. You can update software conference bridges, but you cannot delete them.

A hardware conference bridge has all the capabilities of a software conference bridge. In addition, some hardware conference bridges can support multiple low bit-rate (LBR) stream types such as G.729, GSM, or G.723. This capability enables some hardware conference bridges to handle mixed-mode conferences. In a mixed-mode conference, the hardware conference bridge transcodes G.729, GSM, and G.723 streams into G.711 streams, mixes them, and then encodes the resulting stream into the appropriate stream type for transmission back to the user. Some hardware conference bridges support only G.711 conferences.

All conference bridges that are under the control of Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) use Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) to communicate with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM). Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) allocates a conference bridge from a conferencing resource that is registered with the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster. Both hardware and software conferencing resources can register with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) at the same time, and Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) can allocate and use conference bridges from either resource. Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) does not distinguish between these types of conference bridges when it processes a conference allocation request.

Conference Bridge
NameSoftware Conference Bridge Info
CFB_2
Conference Bridge TypeCisco Conference Bridge Software
Host Server10.5.1.110
DescriptionCFB_CUCM1052
Device PoolDefault
Common Device Configuration< None >
LocationHub_None
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
CFB_3
Conference Bridge TypeCisco Conference Bridge Software
Host Server10.5.1.113
DescriptionCFB_10.5.1.113
Device PoolDefault
Common Device Configuration< None >
LocationHub_None
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
CFB_4
Conference Bridge TypeCisco Conference Bridge Software
Host Server10.5.1.112
DescriptionCFB_10.5.1.112
Device PoolDefault
Common Device Configuration< None >
LocationHub_None
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault

4.3 Media Termination Point

A Media Termination Point software device allows Cisco Unified Communications Manager to relay calls that are routed through SIP or H.323 endpoints or gateways. You can allocate a media termination point device because of DTMF or RSVP requirements. When a media termination point is allocated for RSVP, you can insert it between any type of endpoint device, including SIP or H.323 devices.

Media termination point, a Cisco software application, installs on a server during the software installation process. You must activate and start the Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming App service on the server on which you configure the media termination point device.

Media Termination Point
NameMedia Termination Point Information
MTP_2
Media Termination Point TypeCisco Media Termination Point Software
Host Server10.5.1.110
DescriptionMTP_CUCM1052
Device PoolDefault
Trusted Relay Point
MTP_3
Media Termination Point TypeCisco Media Termination Point Software
Host Server10.5.1.113
DescriptionMTP_10.5.1.113
Device PoolDefault
Trusted Relay Point
MTP_4
Media Termination Point TypeCisco Media Termination Point Software
Host Server10.5.1.112
DescriptionMTP_10.5.1.112
Device PoolDefault
Trusted Relay Point

4.4 MoH Sources

The integrated Music On Hold (MOH) feature allows users to place on-net and off-net users on hold with music that is streamed from a streaming source. The Music On Hold feature allows two types of hold:

Music On Hold also supports other scenarios where recorded or live audio is needed.

MOH Audio Source Configuration
MOH Audio Stream NumberDetails
1
MOH Server Audio Source Information
MOH Audio Source FileSampleAudioSource
MOH Audio Source NameSampleAudioSource
Allow Multi-casting
Announcement Settings
Initial Announcement< None >
Initial Announcement PlayedAlways
Periodic Announcement< None >
Periodic Announcement Interval30
Locale AnnouncementEnglish United States
51
MOH Server Audio Source Information
MOH Audio Source NameFixed Audio Source test
Allow Multi-casting
Enable (If checked, Name is required.)
Announcement Settings
Initial Announcement< None >
Initial Announcement PlayedAlways
Periodic Announcement< None >
Periodic Announcement Interval30
Locale AnnouncementEnglish United States

4.5 MoH Servers

The music on hold server uses the Station Stimulus (Skinny Client) messaging protocol for communication with Cisco Unified Communications Manager. A music on hold server registers with the Cisco Unified Communications Manager as a single device and reports the number of simplex, unicast audio streams that it can support. The music on hold server advertises its media type capabilities to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager as G.711 mu-law and a-law, G.729a, and wideband. Cisco Unified Communications Manager starts and stops music on hold unicast streams by sending skinny client messages to the music on hold server.

A music on hold server handles up to 500 simplex, unicast audio streams. A media resource group includes one or more music on hold servers. A music on hold server supports 51 audio sources, with one audio source that is sourced from a fixed device that uses the local computer audio driver, and the rest that are sourced from files on the local music on hold server.

Music On Hold (MOH) Server
NameDevice InformationSelected Multicast Audio Sources
MOH_2
Host Server10.5.1.110
Music On Hold Server NameMOH_2
DescriptionMOH_CUCM1052
Device PoolDefault
LocationHub_None
Maximum Half Duplex Streams250
Maximum Multicast Connections250000
Fixed Audio Source Device
Use Trusted Relay PointOff
Run FlagY
Multicast Audio Source Information
Enable Multicast Audio Sources on this MOH Server
Base Multicast IP Address0.0.0.0
Base Multicast Port Number0
Increment Multicast onPort Number
NoAudio Source NameRepeatMax HopsCodec (IP:port)
No multicast sources selected    
MOH_3
Host Server10.5.1.113
Music On Hold Server NameMOH_3
DescriptionMOH_10.5.1.113
Device PoolDefault
LocationHub_None
Maximum Half Duplex Streams250
Maximum Multicast Connections250000
Fixed Audio Source Device
Use Trusted Relay PointOff
Run FlagY
Multicast Audio Source Information
Enable Multicast Audio Sources on this MOH Server
Base Multicast IP Address0.0.0.0
Base Multicast Port Number0
Increment Multicast onPort Number
NoAudio Source NameRepeatMax HopsCodec (IP:port)
No multicast sources selected    
MOH_4
Host Server10.5.1.112
Music On Hold Server NameMOH_4
DescriptionMOH_10.5.1.112
Device PoolDefault
LocationHub_None
Maximum Half Duplex Streams250
Maximum Multicast Connections250000
Fixed Audio Source Device
Use Trusted Relay PointOff
Run FlagY
Multicast Audio Source Information
Enable Multicast Audio Sources on this MOH Server
Base Multicast IP Address0.0.0.0
Base Multicast Port Number0
Increment Multicast onPort Number
NoAudio Source NameRepeatMax HopsCodec (IP:port)
No multicast sources selected    

4.6 VoH Servers

The Video on Hold feature is for video contact centres where customers calling into the video contact centre are able to watch a specific video after initial consultation with the agent at the contact centre. In this case, the agent selects the video stream that gets played to the customer while the customer is on hold.

The media content server is an external device that can store and stream audio and video content under Unified Communications Manager control using SIP as the signal protocol.

VOH Server
NameDevice Information
Video_Hold_Server_1
VoH Server
DescriptionDescription for video hold server 1
Default Video Content IdentifierSampleVideo
SIP TrunkStandard SIP Profile for Mobile Device
Associated SIP Trunk
Device NameDefault_None_SIP_Trunk
Descriptiondefault none SIP trunk
Device PoolDP_1
LocationShadow
SIP Trunk Security ProfileNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile
SIP ProfileStandard SIP Profile for Mobile Device
SRTP Allowed
Run On All Active Unified CM Nodes
Destinations
Destinations
Destination Address is an SRVDestination AddressDestination Address IPv6Destination Port
10.5.1.112 0
Normalization Script
Normalization Scriptvcs-interop
Enable Trace
Parameters
Parameter NameParameter Value
param1123
Video_Hold_Server_2
VoH Server
DescriptionDescription for video hold server 1
Default Video Content IdentifierSampleVideo
SIP TrunkStandard SIP Profile for Mobile Device
Associated SIP Trunk
Device NameDefault_None_SIP_Trunk
Descriptiondefault none SIP trunk
Device PoolDP_1
LocationShadow
SIP Trunk Security ProfileNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile
SIP ProfileStandard SIP Profile for Mobile Device
SRTP Allowed
Run On All Active Unified CM Nodes
Destinations
Destinations
Destination Address is an SRVDestination AddressDestination Address IPv6Destination Port
10.5.1.120 8080
Normalization Script
Normalization Scriptvcs-interop
Enable Trace
Parameters
Parameter NameParameter Value
param2123

4.7 Transcoder

The Cisco Unified Communications Manager invokes a transcoder on behalf of endpoint devices when the two devices are using different codecs and would normally not be able to communicate. When inserted into a call, the transcoder converts the data streams between the two disparate codecs to enable communications between them.

The Media Resource Manager (MRM) has responsibility for resource registration and resource reservation of transcoders within a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster. Cisco Unified Communications Manager simultaneously supports registration of both the Media Termination Point (MTP) and transcoder and concurrent MTP and transcoder functionality within a single call.

Transcoder
NameDevice Information
Device_1
Transcoder TypeCisco IOS Enhanced Media Termination Point
DescriptionEnhanced media termination point description test
Device PoolDP-MB1-New
Common Device ConfigurationCDCI1
Special Load InformationSpecial Load Information Test
Trusted Relay Point
M0400A0C914C830
Transcoder TypeCisco Media Termination Point (WS-SVC-CMM)
DescriptionDescription test for ws-svc-cmm
MAC Address00A0C914C830
Subunit2
Device PoolDP_Sydney
Common Device ConfigurationCDCI1
Special Load InformationNot blank
Trusted Relay Point
Maximum Capacity128
Product Specific Configuration Layout - General
RTP Timeout (sec)600
Signaling Diffserv Code Points (DSCP)Default
Audio Diffserv Code Points (DSCP)Default
Enable G.729 Voice Activity Detection
Product Specific Configuration Layout - Codec Packetization Rate
G.711ulaw60
G.711alaw60
G.729/G.729b60
G.729a/G.729ab60
G.72360
Product Specific Configuration Layout - Connection Options
Switchover MethodGraceful
Switchback MethodGuard
Switchback Interval (sec)10
Switchback guard timeout7200
Switchback uptime timeout7200
Switchback scheduled timeout7200
CallManager Connect Retries3
CallManager Connect Interval (sec)10
Keepalive Retries3
Keepalive Timeout (sec)30
Registration Retries3
Registration Timeout (sec)10
MTP00A0C914C829
Transcoder TypeCisco Media Termination Point Hardware
DescriptionDescription test for transcoder
MAC Address00A0C914C829
Device PoolDefault
Common Device ConfigurationCDCI1
Special Load Informationadsfasdfasdfasd
Trusted Relay Point

4.8 Media Resource Groups and Lists

Media resource group lists specify a list of prioritized media resource groups. An application can select required media resources from among the available resources according to the priority order that is defined in the media resource group list. Media resource group lists, which are associated with devices, provide media resource group redundancy.

Media resource groups define logical groupings of media servers. You can associate a media resource group with a geographical location or a site as desired. You can also form media resource groups to control the usage of servers or the type of service (unicast or multicast) that is desired.

Media Resource Groups and Lists
Media Resource ListMedia Resource Groups
MRGL_test
Media Resource GroupDescriptionMulticastMembers
Media_Resource_Group_1MEDIA RESOURCE GROUP TEST DESCANN_2
ANN_3
ANN_4
CFB_2
CFB_3

4.9 Mobile Voice Access

Mobile Connect allows users to manage business calls using a single phone number and pick up in-progress calls on the desktop phone and cellular phone. Mobile Voice Access is the associated integrated voice response (IVR) system, which allows users to turn Mobile Connect on or off and to initiate calls from a cellular phone or other remote phone as if the call were initiated from the desktop phone.

The Mobile Voice Access window contains settings for localized user IVR prompts.

Mobile Voice Access
Mobile Voice Access Directory NumberMobile Voice Access PartitionSelected Locales
123123123123Cluster-Internal-PTEnglish United States

4.10 Announcements

When you install Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco-provided announcements and tones install, and the Find and Lists Announcements window in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration displays these announcements and tones, which can be used for basic calls, external call control, or MLPP, depending on the announcement. Cisco Unified Communications Manager allows you to use the Cisco-provided announcements as is, insert customized announcement .wav files, assign a locale for the announcement, change the description for the announcement, or change the message or tone that you want an announcement to play.

The following announcements and tones are installed:

Announcements
Announcement IdentifierDescriptionDefault AnnouncementIs System
2432423annoncement test descriptionOneMoment
Gone_00126System- GoneReorderTone
MLPP-BNEA_00123System- MLPP Busy not equippedMLPP-BNEA
MLPP-BPA_00122System- MLPP Higher precedenceMLPP-BPA
MLPP-ICA_00120System- MLPP Service disruptionMLPP-ICA
MLPP-PALA_00119System- MLPP Precedence access limitMLPP-PALA
MLPP-UPA_00124System- MLPP Unauthorized precedenceMLPP-UPA
MonitoringWarning_00055System- Monitoring or RecordingMonitoringWarning
RecordingWarning_00038System- RecordingRecordingWarning
TemporaryUnavailable_00125System- Temporarily unavailableReorderTone
VCA_00121System- Vacant number / invalid number dialedVCA
Wait In Queue SampleSystem- Sample queued caller periodic announcementWait In Queue Sample
Welcome Greeting SampleSystem- Sample caller greetingWelcome Greeting Sample

5 Advanced Features

The Advanced Features section contains the following configuration sections:

5.1 Voice Mail

This section describes the objects that provide voice-messaging capability for users when they are unavailable to answer calls.

5.1.1 Cisco Voice Mail Port

The optional Cisco Unity (Connection) software, available as part of Cisco Unified Communications Solutions, provides voice-messaging capability for users when they are unavailable to answer calls.

This section contains the Cisco Unity voice-mail ports which are setup as virtual phones for the Cisco for the Cisco Unity (Connection) server.

Cisco Voicemail Port
Device NameExtensionDetail
CiscoUM1-VI29802
Device Information
Description
Device PoolDP-MB1
Common Device Configuration< None >
Calling Search SpaceCSS_1
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
LocationHub_None
Device Security ModeNon Secure Voice Mail Port
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
Geolocation< None >
Directory Number Information
Directory Number9802
PartitionP_1
Calling Search SpaceCSS_1
AAR Group< None >
Internal Caller ID DisplayVoiceMail
Internal Caller ID Display (ASCII)VoiceMail
External Number Mask
CiscoUM1-VI19801
Device Information
Description
Device PoolDP-MB1
Common Device Configuration< None >
Calling Search SpaceCSS_1
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
LocationHub_None
Device Security ModeNon Secure Voice Mail Port
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
Geolocation< None >
Directory Number Information
Directory Number9801
PartitionP_1
Calling Search SpaceCSS_1
AAR Group< None >
Internal Caller ID DisplayVoiceMail
Internal Caller ID Display (ASCII)VoiceMail
External Number Mask

5.1.2 Message Waiting

The Message Waiting Configuration defines a message waiting on or message waiting off directory number that a directory-connected based voice-messaging system uses to determine whether to set or clear a message waiting indication for a particular Cisco Unified IP Phone.

Message Waiting
Message Waiting NumberPartitionMWIDescriptionCalling Search Space
9997P_1MWI On CSS_1
9998P_1MWI On CSS_1

5.1.3 MWI On

On the following devices the Message Waiting lamp is switched on:

MWI enabled extensions
Device NameExtensionPartitionLamp Status
 11015< None >Lamp On

5.1.4 Voice Mail Profile and Pilot

Voicemail profiles contain the Pilot extension and MWI settings for any voicemail system and are assigned to phone extensions. The pilot extension is used to forward a call to the voicemail system and can be an individual extension or the pilot point of a hunt-list which contains voicemail extensions.

Voice Mail Profiles and Pilot
Voice Mail ProfileDescriptionVoice Mail Box MaskDeafult Voice Mail ProfilePilot NumberVoice Messaging Pilot
DefaultDefault voice messaging profile  
Voice Mail Pilot Information
Pilot Number
DescriptionDefault
CSS< None >
Default Voice Mail Pilot
Exch2010  9999
Voice Mail Pilot Information
Pilot Number9999
DescriptionExchange
CSSCSS_1
Default Voice Mail Pilot
NoVoiceMailNo Voice Mail  
Voice Mail Pilot Information
Pilot Number
DescriptionNo Voice Mail
CSS< None >
Default Voice Mail Pilot
UnityConnection  9800
Voice Mail Pilot Information
Pilot Number9800
Description
CSSCSS_1
Default Voice Mail Pilot
VMP_Brisbane  9800
Voice Mail Pilot Information
Pilot Number9800
Description
CSSCSS_1
Default Voice Mail Pilot
VMP_Perth  9800
Voice Mail Pilot Information
Pilot Number9800
Description
CSSCSS_1
Default Voice Mail Pilot
VMP_Sydney  9800
Voice Mail Pilot Information
Pilot Number9800
Description
CSSCSS_1
Default Voice Mail Pilot

5.2 SAF

The call control discovery feature leverages the Service Advertisement Framework (SAF) network service, a proprietary Cisco service, to facilitate dynamic provisioning of inter-call agent information. By adopting the SAF network service, the call control discovery feature allows Cisco Unified Communications Manager to advertise itself along with other key attributes, such as directory number patterns that are configured in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration, so other call control entities that also use SAF network can use the advertised information to dynamically configure and adapt their routing behaviors; likewise, all entities that use SAF advertise the directory number patterns that they own along with other key information, so other remote call-control entities can learn the information and adapt the routing behavior of the call.

The call control discovery feature eliminates the need for redundant SIP proxies or complex gatekeeper configurations, which provide dial plan resolution and reachability status of remote call-control entities in the network.

With the call control discovery feature, each local Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster can perform the following tasks:

5.2.1 SAF Security Profile

In the SAF Security Profile Configuration window, you configure a SAF security profile so that a secure connection occurs between the SAF forwarder and the Cisco Unified Communications Manager. When you configure a SAF forwarder in the SAF Forwarder Configuration window, you must choose a SAF security profile to apply to the SAF forwarder.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses digest authentication (SHA1) to communicate with the SAF forwarder.

The call control discovery feature leverages the Service Advertisement Framework (SAF) network service, a proprietary Cisco service, to facilitate dynamic provisioning of inter-call agent information.

SAF Security Profile
NameDescriptionDevice Security ModeUser Name
SAF_Security_Profile_1Description for SAF Security Profile 1Authenticatedadmin
SAF_Security_Profile_2Description for SAF Security profile 2Authenticatedusername_1

5.2.2 SAF Forwarder

A SAF forwarder, a Cisco router that you configure for call control discovery/SAF, handles the publishing requests from Cisco Unified Communications Manager for the call control discovery feature. In addition, the SAF forwarder handles advertising requests from remote call-control entities for the call control discovery feature.

SAF Forwarder
NameDetails
SAF_Forwarder_1
DescriptionDescription for SAF forwarder
Client labelClient_Label_1
SAF Security ProfileSAF_Security_Profile_2
SAF Forwarder Address10.5.1.123
SAF Forwarder Port5050
Enable TCP Keep Alive
SAF Reconnect Interval20
SAF Notifications Window Size7
Selected Cisco Unified Communications ManagersCM_10.5.1.112
CM_10.5.1.113
CUCM1052
SAF_Forwarder_2
DescriptionTest For SAF Forwarder 2
Client labelClient_Label_2
SAF Security ProfileSAF_Security_Profile_1
SAF Forwarder Address10.5.1.120
SAF Forwarder Port5050
Enable TCP Keep Alive
SAF Reconnect Interval20
SAF Notifications Window Size7
Selected Cisco Unified Communications ManagersCM_10.5.1.112
CUCM1052

5.3 EMCC

The Cisco Extension Mobility Cross Cluster feature (EMCC) allows an enterprise user of one Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster (the home cluster) to log in to a Cisco Unified IP Phone of another Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster (the visiting cluster) during travel as if the user is using the IP phone at the home office.

If a user remains in a single cluster, configuration of the Cisco Extension Mobility feature suffices to provide the user with extension mobility capabilities.

The solution to address the problem of extension mobility across clusters specifies cross-registration. Cross-registration implies the following characteristics:

Note : Clusters are designated as home or visiting relative to the login user.

5.3.1 EMCC Feature Configuration

The following table contains all EMCC feature parameters:

Fallback Parameters
Parameter NameParameter ValueSuggested Value
Default TFTP Server for EMCC Login Device10.5.1.110 
Backup TFTP Server for EMCC Login Device10.5.1.112 
Default Interval for Expired EMCC Device Maintenance14401440
Enable All Remote Cluster Services When Adding A New Remote ClusterTrueFalse
CSS for PSTN Access SIP TrunkUse phone's original device CSSUse trunk CSS
EMCC Geolocation FilterNone 
EMCC Region Max Audio Bit Rate64 kbps (G.722, G.711)8 kbps (G.729)
EMCC Region Max Video Call Bit Rate (Includes Audio)384384
EMCC Region Link Loss TypeFactory Default lossyFactory Default low loss
RSVP SIP Trunk KeepAlive Timer1515
Default Server For Remote Cluster Update10.5.1.110 
Backup Server For Remote Cluster Update10.5.1.112 
Remote Cluster Update Interval3030

5.3.2 EMCC Intercluster Service Profile

EMCC intercluster service profile allows to activate the Cisco Extension Mobility Cross Cluster feature, to activate PSTN access and assign a SIP trunk to it, to activate the RSVP agent and assign a SIP trunk to it.

EMCC Intercluster Service Profile
NameActiveSIP Trunk
EMCC< None >
PSTN AccessExtension_Mobility_SIP_Trunk
RSVP AgentExtension_Mobility_SIP_Trunk

5.4 Cluster View

This section defines the EMCC Remote Clusters. EMCC Remote Clusters are used to allow users from this home cluster to roam to the remote cluster as visitors and login with Extension Mobility.

Cluster ID: Ensure that this cluster ID matches the enterprise parameter value of the cluster ID of the other cluster(s).

Fully Qualified Name: Use the IP address of the remote cluster or a domain name that can resolve to any node on the remote cluster.

Remote Cluster
Cluster IdDetails
1111111
Remote Cluster Information
Descriptionnew cluster test
Fully Qualified Namewww.fulluqualifiedname.com
Version< None >
Remote Cluster Service Information
Remote Cluster Service Information
EnableServiceRemote ActivatedAddress-1Address-2Address-3
EMCC< None >< None >< None >
PSTN Access< None >< None >< None >
RSVP Agent< None >< None >< None >
TFTP< None >< None >< None >
LBM< None >< None >< None >
UDS< None >< None >< None >
222222
Remote Cluster Information
DescriptionCluster View Test Description
Fully Qualified Namewww.fulluqualifiedname2.com
Version< None >
Remote Cluster Service Information
Remote Cluster Service Information
EnableServiceRemote ActivatedAddress-1Address-2Address-3
EMCC< None >< None >< None >
PSTN Access< None >< None >< None >
RSVP Agent< None >< None >< None >
TFTP< None >< None >< None >
LBM< None >< None >< None >
UDS< None >< None >< None >

5.5 Intercompany Media Services

Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) provides a technique for establishing direct IP connectivity between enterprises by combining peer-to-peer technologies with the existing public switched telephone network (PSTN) infrastructure. Cisco IME allows companies that have deployed Cisco Unified Communications Manager to communicate over the Internet rather than the PSTN by creating dynamic Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunks between the enterprises. By enabling traffic outside of the enterprise to travel over the Internet, Cisco IME extends features and functionality to external calls that have previously worked exclusively within the enterprise, such as video enabled calls, wideband audio support, rich caller ID, presence, and others.

Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) requires the following components: the Cisco IME server, the Cisco Unified Communications Manager server, the Cisco Intercompany Media Engine-enabled ASA, and certificates from the GoDaddy.com website. The Cisco IME server resides in the demilitarized zone (DMZ) at the customer premise and functions as an automated provisioning service. The server learns VoIP routes to particular phone numbers and pushes those routes to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager. The Cisco Unified Communications Manager server connects to the Cisco IME server through a proprietary protocol called the Validation Access Protocol (VAP). The Cisco Unified Communications Manager performs all call processing functions as in a standard Cisco Unified Communications Manager deployment. The Cisco Intercompany Media Engine-enabled ASA provides perimeter security for the Cisco Intercompany Media Engine solution. The GoDaddy.com website allows you to obtain certificates that are needed to participate in the peer-to-peer network that the ring of Cisco IME servers create.

5.5.1 Server Connection

Use the Intercompany Media Engine Server Connection Configuration window to specify information about the Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) server to which Cisco Unified Communications Manager connects.

This information nables Cisco Unified Communications Manager to connect to the Cisco IME server to initiate VAP messaging. The interface between servers allows Cisco Unified Communications Manager to publish its configured direct inward dialing (DID) patterns and to learn new routes.

After Cisco Unified Communications Manager establishes a connection, CUCM sends a VAP Register message to the Cisco IME server. This message contains the username that associates with the application user that the Application User field specifies. The Cisco IME server checks the credentials against the configured VAP username and password

Server Connections
NameDetails
Intercompany_Media_Engine_Server_1
Intercompany Media Engine Server Connection Information
DescriptionDescription for Intercompany Media Engine Server
IP Address10.5.1.120
Port5620
Authentication Information
Application UserWDSysUser
Server Security ModeEncrypted and Authenticated
Server Reconnect/VAP Retry Interval120

5.5.2 Enrolled Group

You specify the numbers that you want to participate in Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) by creating enrolled groups and patterns. Enrolled groups are a collection of enrolled patterns. These patterns define the set of +E.164 numbers that make and receive Cisco IME calls. Cisco IME publishes these numbers to the IME distributed cache. By doing so, Cisco IME makes these numbers available for other enterprises to learn through Cisco IME. Numbers within your enterprise must also match a pattern in an enrolled group in order to make Cisco IME calls. You can create an enrolled group for each of your campuses or sites to facilitate incremental deployment of Cisco IME, starting with certain sites or campuses and extending the deployment as usage grows.

After you create the enrolled group, you create the enrolled patterns, assign the patterns to a group, and associate the group with a Cisco IME service. If you want to disable Cisco IME for certain phones in the enterprise, you can unassign the enrolled group for those phones from the Cisco IME service.

Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Group Information
Group NameDescriptionFallback ProfileAll Patterns in Group Are Aliases
Intercompany_Media_Engine_Server_2Description for intercompany media engine server 2Fallback_Profile_1

5.5.3 Enrolled Pattern

Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) enrolled patterns define the set of +E.164 numbers that make and receive Cisco IME calls. Cisco IME publishes these numbers to the IME distributed cache. By doing so, Cisco IME makes these numbers available for other enterprises to learn through Cisco IME. The patterns must specify valid direct inward dialing numbers (DIDs) that the enterprise owns. Numbers within your enterprise must match a pattern that is found in an enrolled group in order to make Cisco IME calls.

To eliminate the need for day-to-day provisioning of specific numbers as individual phones are added to and removed from the system, you can add a pattern that represents a large group of numbers for a given site. The enrolled pattern can include numbers that you have not assigned to a phone. Numbers that are not associated to a phone cannot be validated.

After you create enrolled patterns, you associate them to an enrolled group and assign the enrolled group to a Cisco Intercompany Media Engine service. You can disable or enable Cisco IME from calling certain phones in the enterprise by disassociating or associating the enrolled group to the Cisco IME service.

Intercompany Media Services Enrolled Pattern Information
PatternDescriptionEnrolled Group
+00000000000Description for +00000000000Intercompany_Media_Engine_Server_2
+123123123123123Description for Intercompany Media Enrollment +123123123123123Intercompany_Media_Engine_Server_2

5.5.4 Exclusion Group

Exclusion groups contain a list of numbers that you want to prevent from using Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME), including numbers of analog devices and fax machines. You create the exclusion group first and then you create exclusion numbers that you associate with a particular exclusion group. Then, you associate the exclusion group to the Cisco IME service.

Intercompany Media Services Exclusion Group Information
NameDescription
Intercompany_Media_Services_Excl_GroupDescription for Intercompany_Media_Services_Excl_Group
Intercompany_Media_Services_Excl_Group_2Description for Intercompany_Media_Services_Excl_Group_2

5.5.5 Exclusion Number

Use the Intercompany Media Services Exclusion Number Configuration window to define numbers, sets of numbers, prefixes, or set of prefixes that you do not want to use Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME), even if these numbers occur within a list of numbers that is included in the Cisco IME enrolled pattern.

Intercompany Media Services Exclusion Number Information
PatternDescriptionExclusion Group
+888888888888888Intercompany media services exclusion number descriptionIntercompany_Media_Services_Excl_Group

5.5.6 Trust Group

Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) trust groups contain a list of domains and prefixes that are trusted (or not trusted) by the Cisco IME service that associates with the trust group. Cisco Unified Communications Manager can only place Cisco IME calls to domains or prefixes that are trusted.

Configuration of trust groups is optional. If you do not create trust groups, Cisco IME trusts all calls by default.

Intercompany Media Services Trust Group Information
NameDescriptionTrusted
Intercompany_Trust_Group_1Description for intercompany trust group 1
Intercompany_Trust_Group_2Description for Intercompany_Trust_Group_2

5.5.7 Trust Element

Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) trust elements specify prefixes or domain that you want to trust or not trust. You include the trust elements in a trust group. Cisco Unified Communications Manager can only place Cisco IME calls to domains or prefixes that are trusted. You cannot receive Cisco IME calls from a number whose prefix or domain is specified in an untrusted element.

This section describes how to create trust elements and how to associate the trust elements with a trust group. After you create the trust elements, you associate trust groups with an Cisco IME service to trust or not trust the prefixes or domains that the trust group specifies.

Intercompany Media Services Trust Element Information
NameDescriptionElement TypeTrust Group
Trust_Element_1Description for Trust_Element_1DomainIntercompany_Trust_Group_2
Trust_Element_2Description for Trust_Element_2DomainIntercompany_Trust_Group_1

5.5.8 Service

Use the Intercompany Media Service Configuration window to configure and activate the Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) service. To configure the Cisco IME service in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration, you associate various components that you have already configured, including trusted groups, enrolled groups, and exclusion groups. You indicate the Cisco IME server with which you want Cisco Unified Communications Manager to communicate. Communications between the Cisco Unified Communications Manager and the Cisco IME servers begin after you configure and activate the Cisco IME service.

To begin load balancing so that the system work spreads across multiple Cisco Intercompany Media Engine servers, create more than one Cisco Intercompany Media Engine service with different Cisco Intercompany Media Engine servers and move some of the enrolled groups from the old Cisco Intercompany Media Engine service to the new service.

Service
NameDetails
Intercomp_Media_1
Intercompany Media Service Information
DescriptionTest Intercompany Media Services
Domainwww.domain.com.au
SIP TrunkIntercom_SIP
Trust GroupIntercompany_Trust_Group_1
Exclusion GroupIntercompany_Media_Services_Excl_Group
FirewallFirewall_1
Selected Enrolled GroupsIntercompany_Media_Engine_Server_2
Activated
Server Information
Primary IME ServerIntercompany_Media_Engine_Server_1
Secondary IME Server< None >
Intercomp_Media_2
Intercompany Media Service Information
DescriptionDescription for intercomp media 2
Domainwww.domain2.com
SIP TrunkIntercom_SIP
Trust GroupIntercompany_Trust_Group_2
Exclusion GroupIntercompany_Media_Services_Excl_Group
Firewall< None >
Selected Enrolled Groups< None >
Activated
Server Information
Primary IME ServerIntercompany_Media_Engine_Server_1
Secondary IME Server< None >

5.5.9 E.164 Transformation

Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) E.164 transformations convert calling numbers and called numbers on both the originating and terminating (incoming and outgoing) sides to +E.164 format after a PSTN call terminates. Cisco IME E.164 transformations do not impact call routing or digit analysis in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. The transformations allow the following actions to occur:

You associate Cisco IME E.164 transformations with a PSTN access trunk. If the transformation does not yield valid calling and called numbers on the incoming and outgoing sides of the call, no VCR upload takes place, and Cisco IME processing stops for that call.

E.164 Transformation
NameDetails
E164_Transformation_1
E.164 Transformation
DescriptionDescriptionf for E164 Transformation 1
Outgoing Calling Party Settings
Outgoing Party E.164 Transformation CSSCSS_Brisbane_National
Apply OnRouting Transformed Number
Outgoing Called Party Settings
Outgoing Party E.164 Transformation CSSCSS_Brisbane_Local
Apply OnRouting Transformed Number
Incoming Transformation Profile Settings
Incoming Calling Party Transformation ProfileTransformation_Profile_2
Incoming Called Party Transformation ProfileTransformation_Profile_1
E164_Transformation_2
E.164 Transformation
DescriptionDescriptionf ro E164 transformation 2
Outgoing Calling Party Settings
Outgoing Party E.164 Transformation CSSMB2-Unrestricted-CSS
Apply OnOriginal Number
Outgoing Called Party Settings
Outgoing Party E.164 Transformation CSSCSS_Perth_National
Apply OnRouting Transformed Number
Incoming Transformation Profile Settings
Incoming Calling Party Transformation ProfileTransformation_Profile_1
Incoming Called Party Transformation ProfileTransformation_Profile_2

5.5.10 Learned Route

The following is a list of the Intercompany Media Services learned routes:

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5.5.11 Firewall

Use the Intercompany Media Services Firewall Configuration window to configure the IP address and port of the ASA mapping service. You need to configure this information if you have implemented an off-path deployment model in which normal Internet-facing traffic does not flow through the same adaptive security appliance (ASA) as the Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) traffic.

During an outbound call attempt, the SIP invite message must be routed to the offpath Cisco IME enabled ASA. Cisco Unified Communications Manager sends a request to the ASA for a mapping of the global IP/port of the remote enterprise (found in the Cisco IME learned route) to an internal IP/port on the Cisco IME enabled ASA. Cisco Unified Communications Manager then initiates a SIP Invite that routes to this internal IP/port. The Cisco IME enabled ASA performs NAT, mapping to the global IP/port of the remote enterprise from the IME learned route. The offpath Cisco IME enabled ASA proxies this signaling session and initiates a TLS session to this global IP/port (the Cisco IME enabled ASA of the remote enterprise).

Intercompany Media Services Firewall Information
NameDescriptionIP AddressPort
Firewall_1Description for Firewall 110.5.1.998060
Firewall_2Description for Firewall 210.5.1.68060

5.5.12 Intercompany Media Services Feature Configuration

The following values are configured for the Intercompany Media Services feature parameters.

Fallback Parameters
Parameter NameParameter ValueSuggested Value
Allow IME Calls through MGCP FXS/FXOFalseFalse
Enable Intradomain IMEFalseFalse
Allow MWI via IME Learned RoutesTrueTrue
SIP Trunk IME Connection Timer for Destination Enterprise22
Firewall Connection Request Timer for IME Calls22
Firewall Mapping Response Timer for IME Calls22
Firewall Mapping Connection Idle Timer for IME calls1010
IME Failed Call Attempt Threshold5050
IME Call Fallback Attempt Threshold5050
IME Quality Alert Evaluation Interval120120
Use IME for Outbound CallFalseTrue

5.6 Fallback

This section configures parameters that apply to mid-call fallback of Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) calls to the PSTN.

If you configure mid-call fallback information, the system detects voice quality issues based on the threshold that you set and switches only the audio path to a different bearer channel, most likely the PSTN. You must configure fallback on both the originating and terminating sides of the call in order for fallback to work.

5.6.1 Fallback Profile

The fallback profile defines several values that the Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses to fallback Cisco Intercompany Media Engine (Cisco IME) calls to the PSTN. The fallback profile defines the quality of service level at which Cisco Unified Communications Manager attempts a mid-call fallback as well as the fallback number that the Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses to invoke the PSTN call.

When a user makes a call to a number that is linked to a fallback profile, the Cisco Unified Communications Manager of the calling party receives a fallback directory number that is configured on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager of the called party. The Cisco Unified Communications Manager uses the fallback number for the PSTN call when the ASA triggers a fallback to the PSTN.

Fallback Profile
NameDetails
Fallback_Profile_1
Fallback Profile Information
DescriptionDescription for Fallback Profile 1
Call Setup Fallback Settings
Advertised Fallback Directory E.164 Number+234234234234
Call Fallback Trigger Settings
Fallback QOS Sensitivity LevelAccommodative (Minimum acceptable quality)
Fallback Call Settings
Fallback Call CSSTrunk ReRoute Calling Search Space
Fallback Call Answer Timer6
Fallback Call Handling Settings
Fallback Directory Number PartitionGlobal Learned Enterprise Patterns
Fallback Directory Number< None >
Number of Digits for Caller ID Partial Match5
Fallback_Profile_2
Fallback Profile Information
DescriptionDescription for Fallback Profile 2
Call Setup Fallback Settings
Advertised Fallback Directory E.164 Number+000000000
Call Fallback Trigger Settings
Fallback QOS Sensitivity LevelAggressive (Most sensitive, not all deployments qualify)
Fallback Call Settings
Fallback Call CSSCalling device AAR Calling Search Space
Fallback Call Answer Timer6
Fallback Call Handling Settings
Fallback Directory Number PartitionP_Sydney_2
Fallback Directory Number< None >
Number of Digits for Caller ID Partial Match5
Fallback_Profile_3
Fallback Profile Information
DescriptionDescription for fallback profile 3
Call Setup Fallback Settings
Advertised Fallback Directory E.164 Number+9999999999
Call Fallback Trigger Settings
Fallback QOS Sensitivity LevelModerate (More sensitive, not all deployments qualify)
Fallback Call Settings
Fallback Call CSSTrunk ReRoute Calling Search Space
Fallback Call Answer Timer8
Fallback Call Handling Settings
Fallback Directory Number PartitionCluster-Internal-PT
Fallback Directory Number< None >
Number of Digits for Caller ID Partial Match5

5.6.2 Fallback Feature Configuration

The following Fallback feature parameters apply to mid-call fallback of Cisco Intercompany Media Engine:

Fallback Parameters
Parameter NameParameter ValueSuggested Value
Enable Fallback for IME callsTrueTrue
Fallback QOS Sensitivity LevelNominal (Default sensitivity, almost all enterprise deployments qualify)Nominal (Default sensitivity, almost all enterprise deployments qualify)
Fallback Number Of DTMF Correlation Digits44
Fallback DTMF Collection Timer55
Fallback Call Answer Timer66
Clear IME Call Delay Timer55
DTMF Interdigit Delay Timer500500
Post Connect Fallback Delay Timer33
Fallback Split Delay Timer500500
Fallback Call CSSAAR CSSAAR CSS

5.7 VPN

The Cisco Unified Communications Manager over Virtual Private Network (VPN) features allow the phone using the inbuilt VPN client to use SSL to register with ASA or IOS device and function remotely. It requires CUCM8, 9.0(2) firmware and it is supported only on the 79x2, x5 series today

The Cisco VPN Client for Cisco Unified IP Phones adds another option for customers attempting to solve the remote telecommuter problem by complementing other Cisco remote telecommuting offerings.

The VPN Feature Configuration window contains the common configuration settings for the VPN feature that the system uses when you do not associate a VPN Profile with a Common Phone Profile. If you define a VPN Profile as part of configuring a Common Phone Profile, the VPN Profile settings take precedence over the VPN Feature Configuration settings.

5.7.1 VPN Profile

The VPN Profile settings are assigned to the Cisco Unified IP Phone by using the Common Phone Profile Configuration window.

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5.7.2 VPN Group

A VPN Group contains VPN gateways which are used to create the VPN connection.

You can add up to a maximum of three VPN gateways to a VPN group. The total number of certificates in the VPN group cannot exceed 10.

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5.7.3 VPN Gateway

The following VPN gateways (Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA)) are configured on CUCM.

The VPN Gateway URL is the URL for the main VPN concentrator in the gateway. Note : You must configure the VPN concentrator with a group-URL and use this URL as the gateway URL.

You can assign up to 10 certificates to a VPN Gateway, and you must assign at least one certificate to each gateway. Only certificates that are associated with the Phone-VPN-trust role display in the available VPN certificates list. To configure a VPN gateway, you must first upload the VPN concentrator certificates and then configure the VPN gateway.

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5.7.4 VPN Feature Configuration

VPN Feature Configuration contains default settings for the VPN feature that are used when a VPN Profile is not associated Common Phone Profile. If a VPN Profile is associated with a Common Phone Profile, the VPN Feature Configuration settings will not be used.

VPN Parameters
Parameter NameParameter ValueSuggested Value
Enable Auto Network DetectFalseFalse
MTU12901290
Fail to Connect3030
Client Authentication MethodUser And PasswordUser And Password
Enable Password PersistenceFalseFalse
Enable Host ID CheckTrueTrue

5.8 Called Party Tracing List

Called Party Tracing allows you to configure a directory number or list of directory numbers that you want to trace. You can request on-demand tracing of calls using the Session Trace Tool.

Called Party Tracing List
Called Party Number Ends WithDescription
555Called Party Description 1
666Called Party Description 2
777Called Party Description 3

5.9 ILS Configuration

When the Intercluster Lookup Service (ILS) is configured on multiple Unified CM clusters, ILS updates Cisco Unified Communications Manager with the current status of remote clusters in the ILS network. The ILS cluster discovery service allows Cisco Unified Communications Manager to learn about remote clusters without the need for an administrator to manually configure connections between each cluster.

The ILS URI Replication feature enables ILS to exchange directory URI catalogs with the other clusters in an ILS network. URI Replication provides support for intercluster URI dialing.

Although ILS is activated and runs on individual cluster nodes, the configuration settings are applied on a cluster-wide basis. After ILS is configured on a cluster node, those settings are propagated out to the other cluster nodes. The length of time that it takes for ILS settings to be propagated to other cluster nodes depends on the synchronization value that you enter.

ILS Configuration
Intercluster Lookup Service Configuration
RoleStand Alone Cluster
Exchange Global Dial Plan Replication Data with Remote Clusters
Advertised Route String
Synchronize Clusters Interval (minutes)10
ILS Authentication
Use TLS Certificates

5.10 Call Control Agent Profile

When you associate a Call Control Agent (CCA) profile to a directory number and if ESN and E164 masks are configured on that directory number, then the directory number will be synchronized to the corresponding fields in the external LDAP server that you have configured.

Call Control Agent Profile Configuration
Call Control Agent Profile IDPrimary Softswitch IDSecondary Softswitch IDObject ClassSubscriber TypeSIP Alias SuffixSIP User Name Suffix
1111111454545656565989898uuasdf11221155
444442222223333333123123Test1122

5.11 Directory Number Alias Lookup And Sync

The Directory Number Alias Lookup and Sync setup enables you to route the commercial calls to an alternate number. Routing the commercial calls to an alternate number reduces the commercial cost of calling an external number. You must configure the LDAP server for Directory Number Alias Sync (sync server) if you need to synchronize users from Cisco Unified Communications Manager database to the sync server. You must configure the LDAP server for Directory Number Alias Lookup (lookup server) if you need to route the commercial calls to an alternate number.

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6 Device

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) allows you to configure the following devices in your telephony network:


6.1 CTI Route Point

A CTI route point virtual device can receive multiple, simultaneous calls for application-controlled redirection. You can configure one or more lines on a CTI route point that users can call to access the application. Applications can answer calls at a route point and can also be redirected to a CTI port or IP phone.

CTI Route Point
NameDevice InformationDetails
CRIRouteDevice1
DescriptionDescription for CRI_Route_Device_1
Device PoolDP-MB2
Common Device ConfigurationCDCI1
Calling Search SpaceCSS_Brisbane_Local
LocationShadow
User LocaleEnglish, United States
MRGLMRGL_test
Network MOH Audio Source51-Fixed Audio Source test
User MOH Audio Source1-SampleAudioSource
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
Calling Party Transformation CSSCSS_2
GeolocationUnspecified
Use DP Calling Party Trans. CSS
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CRIRouteDevice2
DescriptionDescription for CRIRouteDevice1
Device PoolDP_1
Common Device ConfigurationCDCI1
Calling Search SpaceCSS_3
LocationShadow
User LocaleEnglish, United States
MRGL< None >
Network MOH Audio Source1-SampleAudioSource
User MOH Audio Source1-SampleAudioSource
Use Trusted Relay PointOn
Calling Party Transformation CSSCSS_3
GeolocationUnspecified
Use DP Calling Party Trans. CSS
#NumberPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup GroupMax / BusyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF No AnswerCFNA (sec)
122222P_AutoReg< None > asdfasdf  5000/4500< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
rp-89001
Description2nd calling RG1
Device PoolDP_1
Common Device Configuration< None >
Calling Search SpaceCSS_1
LocationHub_None
User Locale< None >
MRGL< None >
Network MOH Audio Source< None >
User MOH Audio Source< None >
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geolocation< None >
Use DP Calling Party Trans. CSS
#NumberPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup GroupMax / BusyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF No AnswerCFNA (sec)
189001P_1CSS_1    10000/10000< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
rp89000
DescriptionQueue
Device PoolDP_1
Common Device Configuration< None >
Calling Search SpaceCSS_1
LocationHub_None
User Locale< None >
MRGL< None >
Network MOH Audio Source< None >
User MOH Audio Source< None >
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Geolocation< None >
Use DP Calling Party Trans. CSS
#NumberPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup GroupMax / BusyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF No AnswerCFNA (sec)
189000P_1CSS_1    10000/10000< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.2 Gatekeeper

An endpoint gatekeeper is configured to manage all RAS procedures for calls to, from, and between H.323 clients, MCUs, and H.320 video gateways. The endpoint gatekeeper directs all such calls to the appropriate Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster so that Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) can perform all of the H.225 call routing and H.245 media negotiations.

An infrastructure gatekeeper is configured to manage all dial plan resolution and bandwidth restrictions (call admission control) between Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) clusters, between a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster and a network of H.323 VoIP gateways, or between a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster and a service provider's H.323 VoIP transport network.

Gatekeeper
Host Name/IP AddressDescriptionRegistration Request Time to LiveRegistration Retry TimeoutEnabled
GK-TEST-2GK-TEST_260300
GK-test1Desc GK_test16152

6.3 Gateway

Cisco Unified Communications gateways enable Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) to communicate with non-IP telecommunications devices. Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) supports several types of voice gateways.

This section contains the following gateway devices:

6.3.1 Gateway Overview

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) supports several types of voice gateways.

The following gateway devices are present:

Gateway Overview
Device NameProtocolDescriptionDevice PoolCSSDevice Type
Cisco36MGCPCisco36< None >< None >Cisco 366X
SKIGW0000000002SCCPSKIGW0000000002< None >< None >VG224
SKIGW0000000003SCCPSKIGW0000000003< None >< None >VG320
SKIGW1000000000SCCPSKIGW1000000000< None >< None >VG350
SKIGW1231231231SCCPSKIGW1231231231< None >< None >Cisco 269X
www.ciscoiad2400.comMGCPwww.ciscoiad2400.com< None >< None >Cisco 364X
www.ciscoiad24001.comMGCPwww.ciscoiad24001.com< None >< None >Cisco 269X
www.ciscoiad24004.comMGCPwww.ciscoiad24004.com< None >< None >Cisco 26XX
www.ciscoiad24005.comMGCPwww.ciscoiad24005.com< None >< None >Cisco 2811
www.ciscoiad24009.comMGCPwww.ciscoiad24009.com< None >< None >Cisco 366X

6.3.2 MGCP Gateway

Cisco IP telephony gateways enable Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) to communicate with non-IP telecommunications devices.

MGCP gateways provide full support for the hold, transfer, and conference features through the MGCP protocol. Because MGCP is a master/slave protocol with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) controlling all session intelligence, Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) can easily manipulate MGCP gateway voice connections.

MGCP Gateways
NameDevice InfoConfigured Slots, VICs and Endpoints
Cisco36
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 366X
ProtocolMGCP
Domain NameCisco36
DescriptionCisco36
CUCM GroupCMG_Sub1
Product Specific Configuration
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
Slot: 2/0/0
Module in Slot2 : NM-2V
Subunit 0 : VIC-2FXO
Port0
End-PointAALN/S2/SU0/0@Cisco36
Slot: 2/1/0
Module in Slot2 : NM-2V
Subunit 1 : VIC-2BRI
www.ciscoiad2400.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 364X
ProtocolMGCP
Domain Namewww.ciscoiad2400.com
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad2400.com
CUCM GroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Switchback TimingDelayed
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
www.ciscoiad24001.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 269X
ProtocolMGCP
Domain Namewww.ciscoiad24001.com
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad24001.com
CUCM GroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Global ISDN Switch Type4ESS
Switchback TimingScheduled
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
Slot: 0/0/0
Module in Slot0 : AIM-VOICE-30-SLOT-0 (3 subunits- slot 0 only)
Subunit 0 : VWIC-2MFT-T1
Slot: 0/1/0
Module in Slot0 : AIM-VOICE-30-SLOT-0 (3 subunits- slot 0 only)
Subunit 1 : VWIC2-1MFT-T1E1-T1
Slot: 0/2/0
Module in Slot0 : AIM-VOICE-30-SLOT-0 (3 subunits- slot 0 only)
Subunit 2 : VWIC-1MFT-E1
Slot: 1/0/0
Module in Slot1 : NM-HDV
Subunit 0 : VWIC2-2MFT-T1E1-T1
www.ciscoiad24004.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 26XX
ProtocolMGCP
Domain Namewww.ciscoiad24004.com
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad24004.com
CUCM GroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
www.ciscoiad24005.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 2811
ProtocolMGCP
Domain Namewww.ciscoiad24005.com
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad24005.com
CUCM GroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Global ISDN Switch Type4ESS
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
Type Of DTMF RelayCurrent GW Config
Modem PassthroughEnable
Cisco Fax RelayDisable
T38 Fax RelayDisable
RTP Package CapabilityEnable
MT Package CapabilityDisable
RES Package CapabilityDisable
PRE Package CapabilityEnable
SST Package CapabilityEnable
RTP Unreachable OnOffEnable
RTP Unreachable timeout (ms)1000
RTCP Report Interval (secs)0
Simple SDPEnable
www.ciscoiad24009.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 366X
ProtocolMGCP
Domain Namewww.ciscoiad24009.com
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad24009.com
CUCM GroupDefault
Product Specific Configuration
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
Slot: 1/0/0
Module in Slot1 : NM-2V
Subunit 0 : VIC-2BRI
Slot: 1/1/0
Module in Slot1 : NM-2V
Subunit 1 : VIC-2FXO

6.3.2.1 MGCP Gateway Endpoints

MGCP Gateway Endpoints are the line interfaces of the MGCP gateways.

This section is linked to the previous section MGCP gateway. The gateway, module and slot configurations are documented there.

MGCP Gateways - Digital Endpoints
NameDevice Info
AALN/S2/SU0/0@Cisco36
End-Point: AALN/S2/SU0/0@Cisco36 (Analog Access)
Device Information
ProductCisco MGCP FXO Port
GatewayCisco36
Gateway Slot2/0/0
Device ProtocolAnalog Access
End-Point NameAALN/S2/SU0/0@Cisco36
DescriptionAALN/S2/SU0/0@Cisco36
ProtocolGround Start
Device PoolDP_2
Common Device Configuration< None >
Media Resource Group List< None >
Packet Capture ModeNone
Packet Capture Duration0
Network Hold MOH Audio Source< None >
User Hold MOH Audio Source< None >
Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group< None >
Network Locale< None >
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
Transmit UTF-8 for Calling Party Name
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Use Device Pool Called Party Transformation CSS
Enable Caller ID
PSTN Access
Intercompany Media Engine (IME)
E.164 Transformation Profile< None >
E.164 Directory Number
MLPP and Confidential Access Level Information
MLPP Domain< None >
Confidential Access Mode< None >
Confidential Access Level< None >
Port Information: Port 1 (Analog Access) Ground Start
Port DirectionBothways
Attendant DN1111111111111
Prefix DN
Unattended Port
Product Specific Configuration
Hookflash Timer (50-1550ms)50
Inter-digit Duration Timer (50-500 ms)100
Input Gain (-6..14 db)0
Output Attenuation (-6..14 db)3
Echo Cancellation EnableEnable
Echo Cancellation Coverage (ms)128
ImpedanceDefault GW config
Geolocation Configuration
GeolocationUnspecified
Geolocation Filter< None >
Incoming Calling Party Settings
Incoming NumberDefault / / < None > /

6.3.3 H.323 Gateway

Cisco IP telephony gateways enable Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) to communicate with non-IP telecommunications devices.

Cisco IOS H.323 gateways must be configured by using the Cisco IOS command-line interface (CLI). Compared to MGCP gateways, H.323 gateways maintain the dial plan and route pattern and can perform number translations autonomously.

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6.3.4 Analog Gateway

Cisco IP telephony gateways enable Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) to communicate with non-IP telecommunications devices.

The Cisco Analog Phone Gateways allow on-premise analog telephones, fax machines, modems, voice-messaging systems, and speakerphones to register with one Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) cluster.

Analog Gateways
NameDevice InfoSlot Info
Cisco36
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 366X
ProtocolMGCP
DescriptionCisco36
CallManagerGroupCMG_Sub1
Product Specific Configuration
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
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SKIGW0000000002
Gateway Details
ProductVG224
ProtocolSCCP
DescriptionSKIGW0000000002
MAC Address
(last 10 chars)
0000000002
CallManagerGroupCMG_Sub1
Product Specific Configuration
Modem PassthroughEnable
Cisco Fax RelayDisable
T38 Fax RelayDisable
RTP Package CapabilityEnable
MT Package CapabilityDisable
RES Package CapabilityDisable
PRE Package CapabilityEnable
SST Package CapabilityEnable
RTP Unreachable OnOffEnable
RTP Unreachable timeout (ms)1000
RTCP Report Interval (secs)0
Simple SDPEnable
Ports
PortDevice NameDescriptionExtensionPartitionExternal MaskCSSAlerting NameDisplayMax/Busy CallsVM ProfileVM CFB
2/0/0AN0000000002400AN0000000002400550005P_1 < None >  1/1 
SKIGW0000000003
Gateway Details
ProductVG320
ProtocolSCCP
DescriptionSKIGW0000000003
MAC Address
(last 10 chars)
0000000003
CallManagerGroupCMG_Subs
Product Specific Configuration
Global ISDN Switch Type4ESS
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
Type Of DTMF RelayCurrent GW Config
Modem PassthroughEnable
Cisco Fax RelayDisable
T38 Fax RelayDisable
RTP Package CapabilityEnable
MT Package CapabilityDisable
RES Package CapabilityDisable
PRE Package CapabilityEnable
SST Package CapabilityEnable
RTP Unreachable OnOffEnable
RTP Unreachable timeout (ms)1000
RTCP Report Interval (secs)0
Simple SDPEnable
Ports
PortDevice NameDescriptionExtensionPartitionExternal MaskCSSAlerting NameDisplayMax/Busy CallsVM ProfileVM CFB
0/0/0AN0000000003000AN0000000003000550006P_1 CSS_1  1/1UnityConnection
SKIGW1000000000
Gateway Details
ProductVG350
ProtocolSCCP
DescriptionSKIGW1000000000
MAC Address
(last 10 chars)
1000000000
CallManagerGroupCMG_Sub1
Product Specific Configuration
Modem PassthroughEnable
Cisco Fax RelayDisable
T38 Fax RelayDisable
RTP Package CapabilityEnable
MT Package CapabilityDisable
RES Package CapabilityDisable
PRE Package CapabilityEnable
SST Package CapabilityEnable
RTP Unreachable OnOffEnable
RTP Unreachable timeout (ms)1000
RTCP Report Interval (secs)0
Simple SDPEnable
Ports
PortDevice NameDescriptionExtensionPartitionExternal MaskCSSAlerting NameDisplayMax/Busy CallsVM ProfileVM CFB
2/0/4AN1000000000404AN0000000003000< None > < None >  / 
SKIGW1231231231
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 269X
ProtocolSCCP
DescriptionSKIGW1231231231
MAC Address
(last 10 chars)
1231231231
CallManagerGroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Global ISDN Switch Type4ESS
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
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www.ciscoiad2400.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 364X
ProtocolMGCP
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad2400.com
CallManagerGroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Switchback TimingDelayed
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
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www.ciscoiad24001.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 269X
ProtocolMGCP
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad24001.com
CallManagerGroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Global ISDN Switch Type4ESS
Switchback TimingScheduled
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
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www.ciscoiad24004.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 26XX
ProtocolMGCP
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad24004.com
CallManagerGroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
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www.ciscoiad24005.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 2811
ProtocolMGCP
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad24005.com
CallManagerGroupCMG_Sub2
Product Specific Configuration
Global ISDN Switch Type4ESS
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
Type Of DTMF RelayCurrent GW Config
Modem PassthroughEnable
Cisco Fax RelayDisable
T38 Fax RelayDisable
RTP Package CapabilityEnable
MT Package CapabilityDisable
RES Package CapabilityDisable
PRE Package CapabilityEnable
SST Package CapabilityEnable
RTP Unreachable OnOffEnable
RTP Unreachable timeout (ms)1000
RTCP Report Interval (secs)0
Simple SDPEnable
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www.ciscoiad24009.com
Gateway Details
ProductCisco 366X
ProtocolMGCP
Descriptionwww.ciscoiad24009.com
CallManagerGroupDefault
Product Specific Configuration
Switchback TimingGraceful
Switchback uptime-delay (min)10
Switchback schedule (hh:mm)12:00
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6.4 Phone

This section contains the following phone configurations:


6.4.1 Phone Filter

This report has been generated with the following filter applied.If there is a filter configured, not all objects may be be listed.

Phone filter(s)
FilterNo Filter defined

6.4.2 Analog Phone (5)

Analog Phone
PhoneBase settingsLines
AN0000000002400
ModelAnalog Phone
DescriptionAN0000000002400
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP-MB1
CSS< None >
MRGLMRGL_test
LocationPhantom
AAR GroupAAR_1
Button TemplateStandard Analog
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 1550005P_1< None >    1/1< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
AN0000000003000
ModelAnalog Phone
DescriptionAN0000000003000
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP-MB1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard Analog
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 1550006P_1CSS_1    1/1UnityConnection / < None > / < None > / < None > 
AN1000000000404
ModelAnalog Phone
DescriptionAN0000000003000
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP-MB1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard Analog
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
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AN100000000042F
ModelAnalog Phone
DescriptionAN0000000003000
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP-MB1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard Analog
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 15004P_Sydney_2< None >    1/1< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
AN1000000000847
ModelAnalog Phone
Description
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP-MB1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard Analog
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 15000P_Sydney_2CSS_SydneyNew analog - 5000New analog0290005XXX 1/1VMP_Sydney / < None >VMVM 

6.4.3 CTI Port (4)

CTI Port
PhoneBase settingsLines
crs_90000
ModelCTI Port
DescriptionCCG1-1
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_2
CSSCSS_1
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 190000P_1< None >    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
crs_90001
ModelCTI Port
DescriptionCCG1-1
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_2
CSSCSS_1
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 190001P_1< None >    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
crs_90002
ModelCTI Port
DescriptionCCG1-1
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_2
CSSCSS_1
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 190002P_1< None >    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
crs_90003
ModelCTI Port
DescriptionCCG1-1
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_2
CSSCSS_1
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 190003P_1< None >    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.4 Cisco 6941 (1)

Cisco 6941
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEPC89C1DB61489
ModelCisco 6941
DescriptionAuto 11002
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateSEPC89C1DB61489-SCCP-Individual Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111002< None >< None >11002   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.5 Cisco 7821 (1)

Cisco 7821
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEPB838612FC0A3
ModelCisco 7821
DescriptionCallin to UCCX Test
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 17821P_1CSS_1    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.6 Cisco 7861 (1)

Cisco 7861
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP6CFA8902CFE1
ModelCisco 7861
DescriptionAuto 11004
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111004< None >< None >11004   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.7 Cisco 7941 (1)

Cisco 7941
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP00070E16C0C7
ModelCisco 7941
DescriptionAuto 11013
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111013< None >< None >11013   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.8 Cisco 7945 (3)

Cisco 7945
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP001FCAEA0108
ModelCisco 7945
DescriptionAuto 11005
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111005< None >< None >11005   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
SEP0021A02DFE28
ModelCisco 7945
DescriptionAgent1 Test
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button Template7945 SCCP - 2 Lines
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDagent1
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111006< None >< None >11006   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
Line 29000P_1CSS_1    4/2UnityConnection / < None > / < None > / < None > 
SEP0021A02E05E0
ModelCisco 7945
DescriptionSupervisor phone
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button Template7945 SCCP - 2 Lines
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDsupervisor1
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 19010P_1CSS_1    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.9 Cisco 7960 (1)

Cisco 7960
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP000DBC04B235
ModelCisco 7960
DescriptionAuto 11001
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateSEP000DBC04B235-SCCP-Individual Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111001< None >< None >11001   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.10 Cisco 7961G-GE (1)

Cisco 7961G-GE
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP001BD40BF9A9
ModelCisco 7961G-GE
DescriptionAuto 11011
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111011< None >< None >11011   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.11 Cisco 7965 (4)

Cisco 7965
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP0000DDAA3344
ModelCisco 7965
DescriptionDummy SIP phone
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP-MB2
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard 7965 SIP
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDajolie
< No records found >
SEP0021A02BC8B8
ModelCisco 7965
DescriptionAuto 11008
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111008< None >< None >11008   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
SEP33DD44FF5576
ModelCisco 7965
DescriptionDummy SCCP phone
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard 7965 SCCP
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
< No records found >
SEP4588FFDDEEAA
ModelCisco 7965
DescriptionPhone of aps 03 Location: Sydney
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_Sydney
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard 7965 SCCP
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDaps03
< No records found >

6.4.12 Cisco 7975 (1)

Cisco 7975
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEPD824BDBBEC46
ModelCisco 7975
DescriptionAuto 11003
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111003< None >CSS_111003   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.13 Cisco 8831 (1)

Cisco 8831
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEPAC44F21161D3
ModelCisco 8831
DescriptionAuto 11000
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDefault
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateSEPAC44F21161D3-SIP-Individual Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111000< None >< None >11000   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.14 Cisco 8841 (1)

Cisco 8841
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP3C5EC30DCC2D
ModelCisco 8841
Description8841 Test
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_1
CSSCSS_1
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 18841P_1CSS_1    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.15 Cisco 8851 (2)

Cisco 8851
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP454545AABBCD
ModelCisco 8851
DescriptionPhone of aps 04 Location: Sydney
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_Brisbane
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard 8851 SIP
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDaps04
< No records found >
SEPB000B4BB3F54
ModelCisco 8851
Description8851 with 1 x KEM
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard 8851 SIP w KEM
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 18851P_1CSS_1    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.16 Cisco 8941 (1)

Cisco 8941
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP503DE57D6060
ModelCisco 8941
DescriptionAuto 11012
ProtocolSCCP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111012< None >< None >11012   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.17 Cisco 9951 (1)

Cisco 9951
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP04C5A44D2C77
ModelCisco 9951
DescriptionAuto 11016
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateSEP04C5A44D2C77-SIP-Individual Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111016< None >< None >11016   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.18 Cisco 9971 (2)

Cisco 9971
PhoneBase settingsLines
SEP08CC6830C21C
ModelCisco 9971
DescriptionAuto 11007
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateSEP08CC6830C21C-SIP-Individual Template
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 111007< None >< None >11007   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
SEP123412341234
ModelCisco 9971
DescriptionSEP123412341234
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_2
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard 9971 SIP
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDajolie
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 1324234234234P_1< None >    4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.19 Cisco Unified Client Services Framework (5)

Cisco Unified Client Services Framework
PhoneBase settingsLines
CSFmbuser18
ModelCisco Unified Client Services Framework
DescriptionLast, Mbuser18 - 81383610
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP-MB1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard Client Services Framework
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDmbuser18
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 181383610Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSSmbuser18 last - 8138-3610mbuser18 last+1770777XXXX 6/2UnityConnection / MB1-CSSVMVM 
CSFmbuser19
ModelCisco Unified Client Services Framework
DescriptionLastyy, Mbuser19xx - 81527022
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP-MB2
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard Client Services Framework
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDmbuser19
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 181527022Cluster-Internal-PTMB2-Unrestricted-CSSmbuser19XX LastYY - 8152-7022mbuser19XX LastYY+1847430XXXX 6/2UnityConnection / MB2-CSSVMVM 
CSFmbuser3
ModelCisco Unified Client Services Framework
DescriptionTEST, Mbuser3 - 81383615
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP-MB1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard Client Services Framework
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 181383615Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSSmbuser3 TEST - 8138-3615mbuser3 TEST+1770777XXXX 6/2UnityConnection / MB1-CSSVMVM 
CSFmbuser5
ModelCisco Unified Client Services Framework
DescriptionTest5, Mbuser5 - 81383607
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP-MB1
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateStandard Client Services Framework
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 181383607Cluster-Internal-PTMB1-Unrestricted-CSSmbuser5 test5 - 8138-3607mbuser5 test5+1770777XXXX 6/2UnityConnection / MB1-CSSVMVM 
PhoneOne
ModelCisco Unified Client Services Framework
DescriptionDescription for Phone One
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP-MB1-New
CSSCSS_4
MRGLMRGL_test
LocationShadow
AAR GroupAAR_1
Button TemplateStandard Client Services Framework
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDemauto_Monday1
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
Line 133Global Learned Enterprise PatternsCSS_LoggedOut Alert  6/2NoVoiceMail / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.20 Universal Device Template (2)

Universal Device Template
PhoneBase settingsLines
Auto-registration Template
ModelUniversal Device Template
Description#FirstName# #LastName# (#Product# #Protocol#)
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDP_AutoReg
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User ID< None >
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
1 < None >< None >#UserID# - #PrimaryExtension#   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 
Sample Device Template with TAG usage examples
ModelUniversal Device Template
Description#FirstName# #LastName# (#Product# #Protocol#)
ProtocolSIP
Device PoolDefault
CSS< None >
MRGL< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group
Button TemplateUniversal Device Template Button Layout
Softkey Template< None >
Owner User IDToken_User_bb678afc-ce3c-49e1-93fd-4921951d4746
#ExtensionPartitionCSSLinetextAlerting NameExternal MaskPickup Grpmax/busyVM ProfileCF AllCF BusyCF NoAnswerCFNA [secs]
1 < None >< None >#UserID# - #PrimaryExtension#   4/2< None > / < None > / < None > / < None > 

6.4.21 Subscribed Services

The following table lists the subscribed IP services and parameters for each phone:

Subscribed Services
Device NameService NameASCII Service NameButton NumberIndexLabelASCII LabelP1_NameP1_ValueP2_NameP2_ValueP3_NameP3_ValueP4_NameP4_ValueP5_NameP5_ValueP6_NameP6_Value
SEP001FCAEA0108EM Login  0              
SEP4588FFDDEEAAEM Login  0Service1             

6.4.22 Speed Dials

The following Speed Dials are configured per phone:

Speed Dials
Device NameButton NumberIndexNumberLabelASCII Label
SEP000DBC04B235314444SD1 
SEP000DBC04B235421112SD2 
SEP000DBC04B235531113SD3 
SEP000DBC04B2356455SDNEW 
SEP000DBC04B235 53333SD2 

6.4.23 Busy Lamp Field Speed Dials

The following Busy Lamp Field Speed Dials are configured per phone:

< No records found >

6.4.24 Busy Lamp Field Directed Call Parks

The following Busy Lamp Field Directed Call Parks are configured per phone:

< No records found >


6.5 Trunk

A trunk device configures a logical route to a gatekeeper (that is, the wholesale network or an intercluster trunk with gatekeeper control), to an intercluster trunk without a gatekeeper, or to a SIP network. The following tables available:

6.5.1 Trunk - Overview

The following is an overview of the configured trunks on this system.

Click on the name (leftmost column in the overview) for detailed information.

Trunk
NameDescriptionTrunk TypeCSSDevice PoolSIP Trunk Security Profile
Call_Control_Discovery_SIP_TrunkDescSIP Trunk< None >DP_LoggedOutNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile
Default_None_SIP_Trunkdefault none SIP trunkSIP TrunkCSS_1DP_1Non Secure SIP Trunk Profile
Device_2_Gatekeeper_TrunkTrunk of type gatekeeper controlledH.225 Trunk (Gatekeeper Controlled)CSS_Perth_InternNatDP-MB1 
Extension_Mobility_SIP_TrunkDesc changedSIP TrunkCSS_Sydney_InternNatDP_BrisbaneNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile
H225_Gatekeeper_Controlled_TrunkDescription for H225 Gatekeeper Controlled TrunkH.225 Trunk (Gatekeeper Controlled)< None >DP-MB1 
Inter_Cluster_trunkinter cluster trunkInter-Cluster Trunk (Gatekeeper Controlled)CSS_AutoregDP-MB1 
Intercom_SIPDesc Intercom_SIPSIP Trunk< None >DP_AutoRegNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile
Non_Gatekeeper_TrunkNon Gatekeeper Controlled Trunk DescriptionInter-Cluster Trunk (Non-Gatekeeper Controlled)< None >DP-MB1 
SIP-Trunk-NEWTest compariosn reportsSIP Trunk< None >DP_1Non Secure SIP Trunk Profile
SIP_TrunkDefault SIP Tunk DescriptionSIP Trunk< None >DefaultNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile

6.5.2 Trunk - Detailed

A trunk device configures a logical route to a gatekeeper (that is, the wholesale network or an intercluster trunk with gatekeeper control), to an intercluster trunk without a gatekeeper, or to a SIP network. The following trunk types are available:

Trunk (Detailed)
NameTrunk Info
Call_Control_Discovery_SIP_Trunk
Device Information
ProductSIP Trunk
Device ProtocolSIP
DescriptionDesc
Device PoolDP_LoggedOut
Common Device ConfigurationCDCI1
Call ClassificationUse System Default
Media Resource Group List< None >
LocationHub_None
AAR Group< None >
Trunk Service TypeCall Control Discovery
Tunneled ProtocolNone
QSIG VariantNo Changes
ASN.1 ROSE OID EncodingNo Changes
Packet Capture ModeNone
Packet Capture Duration0
Media Termination Point Required
Retry Video Call as Audio
Path Replacement Support
Transmit UTF-8 for Calling Party Name
Transmit UTF-8 Names in QSIG APDU
Unattended Port
SRTP Allowed
Consider Traffic on This Trunk SecureWhen using both sRTP and TLS
Route Class Signaling EnabledDefault
Use Trusted Relay PointDefault
PSTN Access
Intercompany Media Engine
E.164 Transformation Profile< None >
MLPP and Confidential Access Level Information
MLPP Domain< None >
Confidential Access Mode< None >
Confidential Access Level< None >
Call Routing Information
Remote-Party-Id
Asserted-Identity
Asserted-TypeDefault
SIP PrivacyDefault
Call Routing Information - Inbound Calls
Significant DigitsAll
Connected Line ID PresentationDefault
Connected Name PresentationDefault
Calling Search Space< None >
AAR Calling Search Space< None >
Prefix DN
Redirecting Diversion Header Delivery - Inbound
Incoming Calling Party Settings
Incoming NumberDefault / / < None > /
Incoming Called Party Settings
Incoming NumberDefault / / < None > /
Connected Party Settings
Connected Party Transformation CSS< None >
Use Device Pool Connected Party Transformation CSS
Call Routing Information - Outbound Calls
Called Party Transformation CSS< None >
Use Device Pool Called Party Transformation CSS
Calling Party Transformation CSS< None >
Use Device Pool Calling Party Transformation CSS
Calling Party SelectionOriginator
Calling Line ID PresentationDefault
Calling Name PresentationDefault
Calling and Connected Party Info FormatDeliver DN only in connected party
Redirecting Diversion Header Delivery - Outbound
Redirecting Party Transformation CSS< None >
Use Device Pool Redirecting Party Transformation CSS
Call Routing Information - Outbound Calls - Caller Information
Caller ID DN
Caller Name
Maintain Original Caller ID DN and Caller Name in Identity Headers
SIP Information
Destination
< No records found >
MTP Preferred Originating Codec711ulaw
BLF Presence GroupStandard Presence group
SIP Trunk Security ProfileNon Secure SIP Trunk Profile
Rerouting Calling Search Space< None >
Out-Of-Dialog Refer Calling Search Space< None >
SUBSCRIBE Calling Search Space< None >
SIP ProfileStandard SIP Profile
DTMF Signaling MethodNo Preference
Normalization Script Info
Script< None >
Enable Trace
Parameters
< No records found >
Recording Information
Recording Information< None >
Geolocation Configuration
Geolocation< None >
Geolocation Filter< None >
Send Geolocation Information
Default_None_SIP_Trunk
Device Information
ProductSIP Trunk
Device ProtocolSIP
Descriptiondefault none SIP trunk
Device PoolDP_1
Common Device ConfigurationCDCI1
Call ClassificationOffNet
Media Resource Group ListMRGL_test
LocationShadow
AAR GroupAAR_1
Trunk Service TypeNone(Default)