Table of Content

Table of Contents

1 Report Information 1.1 Report Generation 2 System 2.1 System - Server 2.2 System - Status 2.3 System - CUCM Publisher 2.4 System - Services 2.5 System - Application Listeners 2.6 Security 2.6.1 Security - Settings 2.6.2 Security - Incoming ACL 2.6.3 Security - Outgoing ACL 2.6.4 Security - TLS Context Configuration 2.6.5 Security - TLS Peer Subjects 2.7 System - Service Parameters 2.8 System - Enterprise Parameters 3 Presence 3.1 Settings 3.1.1 Presence - Standard Configuration 3.1.2 Presence - Advanced Configuration 3.2 Presence - Gateways 3.3 Presence - Inter-Clustering 3.4 Inter-Domain Federation 3.4.1 Inter-Domain Federation - SIP Federation 3.4.2 XMPP Federation 3.4.2.1 XMPP Federation - Settings 3.4.2.2 XMPP Federation - Policy 3.4.3 Inter-Domain Federation - Email Federated Domains 3.5 Routing 3.5.1 Routing - Settings 3.5.2 Routing - Static Routes 3.5.3 Routing - Method Event-Routing 3.5.4 Routing - Number Expansion 3.6 Presence - Domains 4 Messaging 4.1 Messaging - Settings 4.2 External Server Setup 4.2.1 Messaging - External Databases 4.2.2 Messaging - Third Party Compliance Server 4.2.3 Messaging - External File Servers 4.3 Compliance 4.3.1 Compliance - Settings 4.3.2 Compliance - Profiles 4.3.3 Compliance - Routing Priority 4.4 Messaging - File Transfer 4.5 Messaging - Group Chat and Persistent Chat 4.6 Messaging - Group Chat Server Alias Mapping 4.7 Messaging - Group Chat System Administrators 5 Application 5.1 Legacy Clients 5.1.1 Legacy Clients - Settings 5.1.2 Legacy Clients - CCMCIP Profile 5.2 Microsoft RCC 5.2.1 Microsoft RCC - Settings 5.2.2 Microsoft RCC - User Assignment 5.3 Third-Party Clients 5.3.1 Third-Party Clients - LDAP Servers 5.3.2 Third-Party Clients - LDAP Settings 5.4 Application - Client Type 6 Command Line objects 6.1 Server 10.5.1.17 6.1.1 Show status 6.1.2 NTP Status 6.1.3 Show hardware 6.1.4 Show network eth0 6.1.5 Show version active 6.1.6 Show version inactive 6.1.7 Show timezone config 6.1.8 Show stats io 6.1.9 utils disaster_recovery device list 6.1.10 utils disaster_recovery schedule list


1 Report Information

1.1 Report Generation

Report Info
Report date13/09/2016 10:38:40 AM
Report generated forCustomer
DescriptionAs-Built Documentation for project
Server Info
IMP version11.5.1.11900(21)
IMP IP10.5.1.17
Report Settings
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Report ContentAll objects
Template HTMLCUPSreportTemplate.htm
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Report Tool Info
Report Tool version11.0.11 / 13 Sep 2016
Report Tool LicenseLicensed [Prof 1]

2 System

The System section contains the following items:

2.1 System - Server

The following IM and Presence servers are present in this cluster:

Server
Host Name/IP AddressNode TypeNode RoleMAC AddressDescription
10.5.1.15PublisherVoice  
10.5.1.17PublisherPresence  

2.2 System - Status

The IM and Presence system status shows the Sync Information and System Information. The system status displays the IP address of the publisher server and when the sync occurred.

System Information displays the following read-only fields:

Cisco Unified Presence System Status
NameValue
Publisher: 10.5.1.15
Sync Status: Completed 2016-09-12 07:01:55
No. End users: 134
No. Phone Devices: 26
No. Licensed Cisco Unified Presence (CUP) End users: 0
No. Licensed Cisco Unified Personal Communicator (CUPC) End users: 0
No. Assigned Microsoft Office Communicator (MOC) End users: 0
No. End users Associated with Intercluster Peer: 10.5.1.1072

2.3 System - CUCM Publisher

The following Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) Publisher is configured. Data will be synchronized from the publisher to the IM and Presence Service cluster.

CUCM Publisher Configuration
NameValue
CUCM Publisher Hostnamecucm15
CUCM Publisher IP Address10.5.1.15
AXL Usernameadmin
Sync StatusCompleted 2016-09-12 07:01:55
CUCM Version11.5.1.10000(6)

2.4 System - Services

The following services are present on this server:

Services
Server NameNode TypeService NameStatusActivation StatusStart Time
10.5.1.17PublisherA Cisco DBStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:51 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherA Cisco DB ReplicatorStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:52 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco AMC ServiceStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:24 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco AXL Web ServiceStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 07:00:36 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Audit Event ServiceStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:25 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco CDPStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:07 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco CDP AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:01 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco CallManager ServiceabilityStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:38:38 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco CallManager Serviceability RTMTStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:38:38 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Certificate Expiry MonitorStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:17 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Client Profile AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:33 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Config AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:26 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco DRF LocalStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:16 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Database Layer MonitorStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:53 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco IM and Presence AdminStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:29 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco IM and Presence Data MonitorStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:12 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Intercluster Sync AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:15 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Log Partition Monitoring ToolStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:06 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Login DatastoreStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:54 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco OAM AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:27 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Presence DatastoreStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:21 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco RCC Device Selection ServiceStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:30 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco RIS Data CollectorStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:23 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco RTMT Reporter ServletStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:38:38 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Route DatastoreStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:55 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco SIP Registration DatastoreStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:22 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Server Recovery ManagerStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:13 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Sync AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:38:34 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Syslog AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:02 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco TomcatStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:56 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Tomcat Stats ServletStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:20 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Trace Collection ServiceStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:19 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Trace Collection ServletStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:18 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP Config ManagerStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:14 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP RouterStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:28 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherHost Resources AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:59 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherMIB2 AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:58 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherPlatform Administrative Web ServiceStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 07:00:36 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherSNMP Master AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:35:57 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherSOAP -Log Collection APIsStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:10 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherSOAP -Performance Monitoring APIsStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:09 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherSOAP -Real-Time Service APIsStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:08 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherSystem Application AgentStartedActivatedMon Sep 12 06:36:00 2016
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Bulk Provisioning ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Presence EngineStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco SIP ProxyStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco Serviceability ReporterStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP Authentication ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP Connection ManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP Directory ServiceStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP File Transfer ManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP Message ArchiverStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP SIP Federation Connection ManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP Text Conference ManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP Web Connection ManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >
10.5.1.17PublisherCisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection ManagerStoppedDeactivated< None >

2.5 System - Application Listeners

You can configure application listeners for the SIP proxy server, presence engine, and profile agent. The system binds each application listener to a specific address and port combination. If you choose TLS protocol, you must also choose a TLS context.

Transport Listener
NamePortListener TypeServiceTransport TypeTLS Context
Default Cisco IM and Presence Service HTTP Listener8082HTTPCisco SIP ProxyTCP 
Default Cisco IM and Presence Service XMPP Federation Listener5269XMPPCisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection ManagerTCP 
Default Cisco Presence Engine TCP Listener5070SIPCisco Presence EngineTCP 
Default Cisco Presence Engine UDP Listener5070SIPCisco Presence EngineUDP 
Default Cisco SIP Proxy TCP Listener5060SIPCisco SIP ProxyTCP 
Default Cisco SIP Proxy UDP Listener5060SIPCisco SIP ProxyUDP 

2.6 Security

The Security section contains the following items:

2.6.1 Security - Settings

This section contains setting of secure modes for XMPP traffic, the preferred transport protocol for SIP intracluster traffic, and the domain name for the XMPP server-to-server certificate.

Security Settings
NameValue
Enable XMPP Client to IM/P Service Secure Mode
Enable XMPP Router-to-Router Secure Mode
Enable Web Client to IM/P Service Secure Mode
Enable Wildcards in XMPP Federation Security Certificates
SIP Intra-cluster Proxy-to-Proxy Transport Protocol TCP

2.6.2 Security - Incoming ACL

The Access Control List (ACL) configure patterns that control which hosts and domains can access Cisco Unified Presence.

Configure an address which will be added to the SIP Proxy list of allowed incoming addresses. Note: any address added to this list will bypass digest authentication. By default, the behavior is to deny all incoming requests.

Incoming ACL Entry
Address PatternDescription
10.5.1.107interclusterpeer: 10.5.1.107
10.5.1.15Default Allow From Rule
10.5.1.17Default Allow From Rule

2.6.3 Security - Outgoing ACL

The Outgoing Access Control List (ACL) configures patterns that control which outgoing hosts and domains can have access to the network from Cisco Unified Presence.

Configure an address which will be added to the SIP Proxy list of allowed outgoing addresses. Note: any address added to this list will bypass digest authentication. By default, the behavior is to deny all outgoing requests.

Outgoing ACL Entry
Address PatternDescription
10.5.1.107interclusterpeer: 10.5.1.107
10.5.1.15Default Allow To Rule
10.5.1.17Default Allow To Rule

2.6.4 Security - TLS Context Configuration

Each transport listener can have a single associated transport layer security (TLS) context, and each TLS context can have multiple ciphers and peer subjects.

TLS context configuration enables you to map ciphers and peer subjects to a transport listener.

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2.6.5 Security - TLS Peer Subjects

TLS peer subject configuration enables you to create and modify peer subjects that you can associate to a transport listener.

TLS Peer Subjects
NameDescription
IMP107 

2.7 System - Service Parameters

The following are the service parameters for a particular service per server:

Please note that only the common clusterwide parameters are listed as not all parameters can be retrieved.

Service Parameters - Clusterwide Parameters (Parameters that apply to all servers)
ServiceParameter NameParameter Value
Cisco AMC ServicePrimary Collector2a069440-64bd-41c4-9023-fb09812f06e1
Cisco AMC ServiceFailover Collector 
Cisco AMC ServiceAmc Collection EnabledT
Cisco AMC ServiceAmc Collection Polling Rate30
Cisco AMC ServiceAmc Link Service Sync Up Period60
Cisco AMC ServiceRMI Registry Port1099
Cisco AMC ServiceRMI Object Port1090
Cisco AMC ServiceAlert Mgr EnabledT
Cisco AMC ServiceLogger EnabledT
Cisco Bulk Provisioning ServiceDefault BPS Job Processing Option1
Cisco Bulk Provisioning ServiceDefault BPS Job Processing Time 
Cisco Bulk Provisioning ServiceDefault BPS Throttling Limit1000
Cisco Bulk Provisioning ServiceBPS Log File Location/var/log/active/cm/log/bps/
Cisco Bulk Provisioning ServiceStop BPS Job ProcessingF
Cisco CTIManagerSdl Listening Port8003
Cisco CTIManagerDSCP For CT I2 Apps96
Cisco CTIManagerHunt Call Clear Delay Timer200
Cisco CTIManagerApplication Heartbeat Max Interval3600
Cisco CTIManagerApplication Heartbeat Min Interval5
Cisco CTIManagerSdl Max Router Latency20
Cisco CTIManagerSdl Max Un Handled Exceptions0
Cisco CTIManagerMax SSO Token Size8192
Cisco CTIManagerMax Devices Per Provider2000
Cisco CTIManagerMax Devices Per Node800
Cisco CTIManagerRequire Public Key EncryptionF
Cisco CTIManagerDefault IP Addr Mode2
Cisco CTIManagerDSCP For ICCP96
Cisco CallManagerCall Diagnostics Enabled0
Cisco CallManagerDisplay FAC In CDRF
Cisco CallManagerShow Member D Ninfinal Called Party NumberF
Cisco CallManagerShow Member DN Non Maskinfinal Called Party NumberF
Cisco CallManagerCTI New Call Accept Timeout4
Cisco CallManagerCTI Generate Digits Interval250
Cisco CallManagerCTI Dial Digits Interval250
Cisco CallManagerCTI Await Further DigitsF
Cisco CallManagerCTI Wild Card DN As Called PartyF
Cisco CallManagerCTI Send Fake Ringback On183 SDPT
Cisco CallManagerdisable Non Registered SCCP Keep AlivesF
Cisco CallManagerCall Forward Notification All LinesF
Cisco CallManagerRetain Media On Disconnect With PI For Active CallF
Cisco CallManagerStation2nd Keepalive Interval60
Cisco CallManagerStation Keepalive Interval30
Cisco CallManagerStatus Enq Poll FlagF
Cisco CallManagerStrip Pound Called Party FlagT
Cisco CallManagerTimer Dusting_sec10
Cisco CallManagerTimer T301_msec180000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T302_msec15000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T303_msec4000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T304_msec30000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T305_msec30000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T306_msec30000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T308_msec4000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T309_msec90000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T310_msec60000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T313_msec4000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T316_msec120000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T317_msec100000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T321_msec30000
Cisco CallManagerTimer T322_msec4000
Cisco CallManagerTone On Hold Time10
Cisco CallManagerUnknown Caller Id 
Cisco CallManagerUnknown Caller Id FlagT
Cisco CallManagerUnknown Caller Id Text 
Cisco CallManagerCall Classification1
Cisco CallManagerAlways Display Orignal Dialed NumberF
Cisco CallManagerName Display For Original Dialed Number When TranslatedT
Cisco CallManagerAlways Use Pis With Original Dialed NumberF
Cisco CallManagerOut Of Bandwidth Cause Value34
Cisco CallManagerStrip Plus For Outgoing Calls Through GatewayF
Cisco CallManagerFail Call If TRP Allocation FailsT
Cisco CallManagerAllow Party ID Display If P Iis NAF
Cisco CallManagerTransit Counter Enabled For QSIG TrunksF
Cisco CallManagerEgress Facility IE Count6
Cisco CallManagerEnable Device Mobilityfor TrunksF
Cisco CallManagerAlway Use Prime LineF
Cisco CallManagerAlway Use Prime Line For Voice MailF
Cisco CallManagerBib Enable0
Cisco CallManagerDevice Mobility Mode0
Cisco CallManagerDisplay Device Mobility Location1
Cisco CallManagerTimer For Auto Answer1
Cisco CallManagerExtension Display On7910F
Cisco CallManagerAlternate Idle Phone Auto Answer BehaviorF
Cisco CallManagerHold TypeF
Cisco CallManagerLine State Update EnabledT
Cisco CallManagerTimer_ Offhook_ To_ First_ Digit_msec15000
Cisco CallManagerOverride Auto Answer If Disable Speaker FlagT
Cisco CallManagerOut Of Bandwidth TextNot Enough Bandwidth
Cisco CallManagerEnter FAC TextEnter Authorization Code
Cisco CallManagerEnter CMC TextEnter Client Matter Code
Cisco CallManagerAAR Network Congestion Re Routing TextNetwork Congestion. Rerouting.
Cisco CallManagerConsecutive Ring Option0
Cisco CallManagerTransfer Onhook EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerDevice Ring Setting5
Cisco CallManagerLine Ring Setting4
Cisco CallManagerCall Pickup Ring Setting Idle Station2
Cisco CallManagerCall Pickup Ring Setting Busy Station2
Cisco CallManagerBLF Audible Alert Setting Idle Station0
Cisco CallManagerBLF Audible Alert Setting Busy Station0
Cisco CallManagerPrivacy SettingT
Cisco CallManagerPreserve Privacy Setting On Held CallsF
Cisco CallManagerSIP Station Keepalive Interval120
Cisco CallManagerSIP Station Realmccmsipline
Cisco CallManagerHunt Group Logoff NotificationNone
Cisco CallManagerSpeed Dial Await Further DigitsF
Cisco CallManagerDisplay Cti RP Info FlagF
Cisco CallManagerDisplay Original Cgpn On Transfer From VmF
Cisco CallManagerURI Dialing Display Preference1
Cisco CallManagerPrefix Apply To1
Cisco CallManagerNational Prefix 
Cisco CallManagerInternational Prefix 
Cisco CallManagerSubscriber Prefix 
Cisco CallManagerUnknown Prefix 
Cisco CallManagerApply Incoming Prefix To CD RsF
Cisco CallManagerInsert Hyphens In12 Digit NumbersF
Cisco CallManagerAllow Call Waiting During In Progress Outbound Analog CallT
Cisco CallManagerTreat Foreign Domain Calls As UR Iin Phone Call HistoryF
Cisco CallManagerPause In Speed Dial Inter Digit Interval_msec60
Cisco CallManagerDisplay Hunt Pilot Name Or DN When AlertingT
Cisco CallManagerApply Transformations On Remote NumberF
Cisco CallManagerAsn1 Rose Encoding0
Cisco CallManagerQsig Variant0
Cisco CallManagerCaller ID 
Cisco CallManagerCalling Name Not Available Timeout2000
Cisco CallManagerCgpn Screening Indicator4
Cisco CallManagerEnable Outbound Network Trunk Cgpn RestrictionF
Cisco CallManagerChange B Channel Maintenance Status1 
Cisco CallManagerChange B Channel Maintenance Status2 
Cisco CallManagerChange B Channel Maintenance Status3 
Cisco CallManagerChange B Channel Maintenance Status4 
Cisco CallManagerChange B Channel Maintenance Status5 
Cisco CallManagerClear Calls Due To Incompatible Call StateF
Cisco CallManagerClear Calls When Datalink Goes DownT
Cisco CallManagerDb MGCP Device Timeout5
Cisco CallManagerDevice Status Poll Interval_msec3000
Cisco CallManagerDisable Alerting PIF
Cisco CallManagerDiscard Non Inband ProgressF
Cisco CallManagerDisable Resume From MGCPFXS SharelineT
Cisco CallManagerDt Silence FlagF
Cisco CallManagerEnable Display IE In Codeset6F
Cisco CallManagerEnable Pri Ni2 Service Message SupportF
Cisco CallManagerFlash Hook Duration_msec500
Cisco CallManagerGateway Poll Timeout10
Cisco CallManagerLocation In PRI Progress Indicator16
Cisco CallManagerMatching Cgpn With Attendant FlagF
Cisco CallManagerMGCP Db Query Delay Time_msec1000
Cisco CallManagerMgcp Fxs Hangup Timeout3
Cisco CallManagerMGCP Resp Timeout30
Cisco CallManagerMGCP Timeout3
Cisco CallManagerMGCP Retry Timeout Handling0
Cisco CallManagerNumbering Plan Info1
Cisco CallManagerOptimize Media Connection TimeT
Cisco CallManagerOverlap Receiving For Pri FlagT
Cisco CallManagerOutgoing Media Connect Time For Pri0
Cisco CallManagerPort Release Timer0
Cisco CallManagerPR I4 ESSUUIE Device Type0
Cisco CallManagerSMDI Call Delay Timer0
Cisco CallManagerStable In4 FlagF
Cisco CallManagerOptimize MGCP RegistrationT
Cisco CallManagerSuppress Out Of Chans EventsT
Cisco CallManagerTimer T1 Frame_msec2000
Cisco CallManagerConvert Progress To DisconnectF
Cisco CallManagerUser User IE StatusF
Cisco CallManagerConvert European Progress Messageto AlertingF
Cisco CallManagerEnable Dms Pri Notify Message From User To NetworkT
Cisco CallManagerAudit Oos Channel Timer10
Cisco CallManagerEnable Digit Reset During Hook FlashT
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party National Number Prefix MGCP 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party International Number Prefix MGCP 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party Subscriber Number Prefix MGCP 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party Unknown Number Prefix MGCP 
Cisco CallManagerDigital And Analog Ports EnabledT
Cisco CallManagerAllow Layer1 Info For Pri Bearer CapabilityF
Cisco CallManagerAccept Blind TCP ConnectionF
Cisco CallManagerAllow TCP Keep Alives For H323T
Cisco CallManagerBRQ EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerCall Present6 Disconn FlagF
Cisco CallManagerEnable H323 Quiet ClearF
Cisco CallManagerBlock Connected Number IEF
Cisco CallManagerProcess Inbound H245 Address In H225 SetupF
Cisco CallManagerCheck Progress Indicator Before Establishing MediaF
Cisco CallManagerConvert Progress To Release CompleteF
Cisco CallManagerH225 Block Setup DestinationF
Cisco CallManagerH225 DB Retry Timeout0
Cisco CallManagerH225 Device Connect At Connect Time0
Cisco CallManagerH225 DTMF Duration100
Cisco CallManagerH225 Tsp Req Retry2
Cisco CallManagerTimer H225 ICT Call Throttle30
Cisco CallManagerTimer H225 T301_msec180000
Cisco CallManagerTimer H225 T302_msec15000
Cisco CallManagerTimer H225 T303_msec4000
Cisco CallManagerTimer H225 T304_msec30000
Cisco CallManagerTimer H225 T305_msec30000
Cisco CallManagerTimer H225 T310_msec60000
Cisco CallManagerTimer H225 TCP5
Cisco CallManagerH245 TCS Timeout10
Cisco CallManagerH323 Cgpn Screening Indicator1
Cisco CallManagerFully Qualified DN For H323F
Cisco CallManagerTone On ConnectF
Cisco CallManagerTimeout Waiting For SD Pwith Recv Mode_sec3
Cisco CallManagerTimer Ras ARQ3
Cisco CallManagerTimer Ras BRQ3
Cisco CallManagerTimer Ras DRQ3
Cisco CallManagerTimer Ras RRQ3
Cisco CallManagerTimer Ras URQ3
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count ARQ2
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count BRQ2
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count DRQ2
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count RRQ2
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count URQ1
Cisco CallManagerSend Product And Version IdF
Cisco CallManagerSend CUCM Versionas Version Idin H225 SetupF
Cisco CallManagerTimer Send Progress_msec3000
Cisco CallManagerTo Send H225 User Info Msg1
Cisco CallManagerTimer T Status Enq Poll_msec10000
Cisco CallManagerDevice Name Of GK Controlled Trunk With Port1720None
Cisco CallManagerHost Name IP Address Of GK With RAS Udp Port1719None
Cisco CallManagerFail Call If MTP Allocation FailsF
Cisco CallManagerOverlap Receiving For H323 FlagF
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party National Number Prefix H323 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party International Number Prefix H323 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party Subscriber Number Prefix H323 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party Unknown Number Prefix H323 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Called Party National Num Prefix H323 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Called Party International Num Prefix H323 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Called Party Subscriber Num Prefix H323 
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Called Party Unknown Num Prefix H323 
Cisco CallManagerAllocate Transcoder For H323 To EO CallF
Cisco CallManagerSIP Interoperability EnabledT
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count SIP Bye10
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count SIP Cancel10
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count SIP Invite6
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count SIPPRACK6
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count SIP Rel1 XX10
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count SIP Publish6
Cisco CallManagerRetry Count SIP Response6
Cisco CallManagerTimer SIP Connect_msec500
Cisco CallManagerTimer SIP Disconnect_msec500
Cisco CallManagerTimer SIP Expires180000
Cisco CallManagerTimer SIPPRAC K_msec500
Cisco CallManagerTimer SIP Rel1 X X_msec500
Cisco CallManagerTimer SIP Trying_msec500
Cisco CallManagerTimer SIP Publish_msec500
Cisco CallManagerSIP Minimum Session Expires Value1800
Cisco CallManagerSIPSURI Handling0
Cisco CallManagerTimer SIP Statistics Periodic Update2
Cisco CallManagerSIP Session Expires Value1800
Cisco CallManagerSIP Call Preservation Expires Value0
Cisco CallManagerSIP Trunk Tsp Req Retry2
Cisco CallManagerSIP Tcp Connection Aging Timer14
Cisco CallManagerSIP Tcp Timer5
Cisco CallManagerSIP Station TCP Port Throttle Rate Threshold100
Cisco CallManagerSIP Trunk TCP Port Throttle Rate Threshold500
Cisco CallManagerSIP V150 Outbound SDP Offer Filtering0
Cisco CallManagerSIP Max Incoming Message Size18000
Cisco CallManagerSIP Max Incoming Message Headers100
Cisco CallManagerSend SIP Multicast TT Lin SDPF
Cisco CallManagerSIP Publish Timer3600
Cisco CallManagerSIP Publish Min Timer60
Cisco CallManagerSIP Publish Trunk791d6a20-4ad8-3fce-2866-e69ec7591cf4
Cisco CallManagerIncoming Calling Party Unknown Number Prefix SIP 
Cisco CallManagerSend181 Response For Call ForwardF
Cisco CallManagerDelay Sending181 Message Until18 XT
Cisco CallManagerFail SIP Trunk Call If MTP Allocation FailsF
Cisco CallManagerEnable Call Related Refer Notify Subscribe LoggingT
Cisco CallManagerGet Port Response Timer2
Cisco CallManagerSIP Registration Authorization EnabledT
Cisco CallManagerCall Park Display Time10
Cisco CallManagerCaller ID Display Priority EnabledT
Cisco CallManagerUse All Call Park Numbers Once Before ReusingF
Cisco CallManagerEnable Clusterwide Call ParkF
Cisco CallManagerCall Park Reversion Timeout60
Cisco CallManagerPark Monitoring Reversion Timeout60
Cisco CallManagerPark Monitoring Periodic Reversion Timeout30
Cisco CallManagerPark Monitoring Forward No Retrieve Timeout300
Cisco CallManagerUse Gcid Of Parked Call EnabledT
Cisco CallManagerMax Call Duration Timeout720
Cisco CallManagerMax Hold Duration Timeout360
Cisco CallManagerBarge Tone EnableT
Cisco CallManagerMWL Policy0
Cisco CallManagerAudible MWI Policy0
Cisco CallManagerMWI In Bound Calling Search Space 
Cisco CallManagerMulti Tenant MWI ModeF
Cisco CallManagerNon Msg Center Timer Value0
Cisco CallManagerMWI Apdu Xlation Calling Search Space 
Cisco CallManagerBlock Off Net To Off Net TransferF
Cisco CallManagerFwd Off Net Transfers To External DestF
Cisco CallManagerUse Restriction Of Presentation Of Transferring PartyT
Cisco CallManagerLocal Route Group For Redirected Calls0
Cisco CallManagerBlock Unencrypted CallsF
Cisco CallManagerSuppress Moh To CBT
Cisco CallManagerDrop Adhoc Conference0
Cisco CallManagerMax Ad Hoc Conference4
Cisco CallManagerMax Meet Me Conference Unicast4
Cisco CallManagerAdvance Adhoc ConferenceF
Cisco CallManagerNon Linear Adhoc Conference Linking EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerChoose Encrypted Instead Of VideoT
Cisco CallManagerMinimum Video Capable Participants2
Cisco CallManagerAllocate Video When Video Bridge Has Higher PriorityF
Cisco CallManagerEnable Click To Conference For Third Party AppsF
Cisco CallManagerIMS Conference Factory URIcucm-conference-factory@cucm1.company.com
Cisco CallManagerMCU Conference Bridge Custom Layout Index0
Cisco CallManagerCluster Conferencing Prefix Id 
Cisco CallManagerSecure Call Icon Display Policy0
Cisco CallManagerForward Maximum Hop Count12
Cisco CallManagerForward No Answer Timeout12
Cisco CallManagerMax Forwards To Dn12
Cisco CallManagerRetain Fwd Info After OffhookF
Cisco CallManagerForward By Reroute Enabled FlagF
Cisco CallManagerTransform Forward By Reroute Dest FlagT
Cisco CallManagerVMB To Diverting Nr Enabled FlagF
Cisco CallManagerCopy Qsig Diverting Nr To Redir Nr FlagF
Cisco CallManagerCopy Qsig Div Reason To Orig Div Reason FlagF
Cisco CallManagerAlways Forward Switch VM Calls FlagT
Cisco CallManagerForward By Reroute T1 Timer10
Cisco CallManagerQsig Orig VM Box TranslationF
Cisco CallManagerInclude Orig Called Info QSIG Call Div0
Cisco CallManagerFWD Private Numbering Plan EncodingF
Cisco CallManagerFWD Private Type Of Number2
Cisco CallManagerMax Forward Un Registereds To Dn0
Cisco CallManagerCfa Css Activation Policy1
Cisco CallManagerCF Hop Count Exceed SIP Cause Value31
Cisco CallManagerHold Reversion Duration0
Cisco CallManagerHold Reversion Notification Interval30
Cisco CallManagerCFA Destination OverrideF
Cisco CallManagerAuto Call Pickup EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerCall Pickup Locating Timer1
Cisco CallManagerCall Pickup No Answer Timer12
Cisco CallManagerValidate Refer To Address2
Cisco CallManagerBlock Off Net To Off Net ReplacesF
Cisco CallManagerRedirection RNAR Timer24
Cisco CallManagerMax Redirection Count70
Cisco CallManagerEnable Location MLPPF
Cisco CallManagerExecutive Override Call PreemptableF
Cisco CallManagerEnforcing Location Maximum Bandwidth0
Cisco CallManagerNon Preemption Pattern CSS 
Cisco CallManagerMLPP Disable Exception Precedence Level0
Cisco CallManagerPath Replacement Enabled FlagF
Cisco CallManagerPath Replace Tromboned Calls FlagT
Cisco CallManagerPath Replacement Start Minimum Time0
Cisco CallManagerPath Replacement Start Maximum Time0
Cisco CallManagerPath Replacement T1 Timer30
Cisco CallManagerPath Replacement T2 Timer15
Cisco CallManagerPath Replacement PINX Id 
Cisco CallManagerPath Replacement Calling Search Space 
Cisco CallManagerCBB Enabled FlagT
Cisco CallManagerCBB Audio File NameCallBack.raw
Cisco CallManagerCBB Connection Proposal Type1
Cisco CallManagerCBB Connection Response Type1
Cisco CallManagerCBB Request Protection Timer T110
Cisco CallManagerCBB Recall Timer T320
Cisco CallManagerCBB Calling Search Space 
Cisco CallManagerCBB Path Reservation Response1
Cisco CallManagerCBB Private Numbering Plan EncodingF
Cisco CallManagerCBB Private Type Of Number2
Cisco CallManagerCBB Ret Result Operation Value0
Cisco CallManagerCBB Ret Result Optional ParamT
Cisco CallManagerCB Clear Monitoring CallF
Cisco CallManagerPlay Recording Tone To Observed TargetF
Cisco CallManagerPlay Recording Tone To Observed Connected PartiesF
Cisco CallManagerPlay Monitoring Tone To Observed TargetF
Cisco CallManagerPlay Monitoring Tone To Observed Connected PartiesF
Cisco CallManagerJoin Across Lines Policy0
Cisco CallManagerSingle Button Barge C Barge Policy0
Cisco CallManagerAllow Barging When RingingF
Cisco CallManagerPlay Secure Indication ToneF
Cisco CallManagerMGCPGW Play Tone Delay Timer0
Cisco CallManagerExternal Call Control Diversion Maximum Hop Count12
Cisco CallManagerExternal Call Control Diversion Max Hop To Pattern Or DN12
Cisco CallManagerExternal Call Control Routing Request Timer2000
Cisco CallManagerExternal Call Control Fully Qualified Role And ResourceCISCO:UC:UCMPolicy:VoiceOrVideoCall
Cisco CallManagerExternal Call Control Initial Connection Count To PDP2
Cisco CallManagerExternal Call Control Maximum Connection Count To PDP4
Cisco CallManagerAlways Use External Call Control Specified Call Names1
Cisco CallManagerStop Routing On Out Of Bandwidth FlagF
Cisco CallManagerStop Routing On Unallocated Number FlagT
Cisco CallManagerStop Routing On User Busy FlagT
Cisco CallManagerStop Routing On Q931 Disconnect Cause Values 
Cisco CallManagerRoute Class Trunk Signaling EnabledT
Cisco CallManagerSIP Route Class Naming Authoritycisco.com
Cisco CallManagerSIP Clear Channel Data Route Class Labelccdata
Cisco CallManagerSIP Satellite Avoidance Route Class Labelnosat
Cisco CallManagerSIP Hotline Voice Route Class Labelhotline
Cisco CallManagerSIP Hotline Data Route Class Labelhotline-ccdata
Cisco CallManagerStop Routing On Out Of Bandwidth Flag For Hunt ListF
Cisco CallManagerUse Pickup Group Of Line Group Member DNF
Cisco CallManagerExternal Qo S Enabled FlagF
Cisco CallManagerDefault Network Hold MOH Audio Source ID1
Cisco CallManagerDefault User Hold MOH Audio Source ID1
Cisco CallManagerDuplex Streaming EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerMedia Exchange Interface Caps Timeout8
Cisco CallManagerEnable New M Mo H Method Over H323 ProtocolT
Cisco CallManagerMedia Exchange Timeout12
Cisco CallManagerMedia Exchange Stop Streaming Timeout8
Cisco CallManagerOpen Video Channel Ack Timeout500
Cisco CallManagerPort Received Timer After Call Connection500
Cisco CallManagerMedia Resource Allocation Timeout12
Cisco CallManagerMTP Resource Throttling Percentage95
Cisco CallManagerICT Capabilities Mismatch Timeout1000
Cisco CallManagerSilence Suppression System WideF
Cisco CallManagerSilence Suppression With GatewaysF
Cisco CallManagerStrip Silence Suppression CapabilitiesF
Cisco CallManagerEnable Source Verification For Media DevicesT
Cisco CallManagerAlways Use Dialtone Setting1
Cisco CallManagerRestart Ccm On Initialization ExceptionT
Cisco CallManagerDialing Forest Dump EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerSCCP Batch Latency Timer100
Cisco CallManagerDigit Analysis Timer6
Cisco CallManagerStatistics EnabledT
Cisco CallManagerDevice Propagation Queue Depth25
Cisco CallManagerSM Events Debug EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerCcm Priority Class0
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Audio Calls184
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Video Calls136
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Audio Portion Of Video Calls136
Cisco CallManagerDSC Pfor Telepresence128
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Audio Portion Of Telepresence128
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Priority Audio Calls180
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Immediate Audio Calls176
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Flash Audio Calls164
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Flash Override Audio Calls168
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Executive Override Audio Calls168
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Priority Video Calls156
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Immediate Video Calls148
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Flash Video Calls140
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Flash Override Video Calls132
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Executive Override Video Calls132
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For G Clear Calls184
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Priority G Clear Calls180
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Immediate G Clear Calls176
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Flash G Clear Calls164
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Flash Override G Clear Calls168
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Executive Override G Clear Calls168
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Audio Calls When RSVP Fails0
Cisco CallManagerDSCP For Video Calls When RSVP Fails0
Cisco CallManagerDSC Pfor ICCP96
Cisco CallManagerSdl Listening Port8002
Cisco CallManagerSdl Max Router Latency Secs20
Cisco CallManagerSdl Max Un Handled Exceptions0
Cisco CallManagerAsynchronous SDL Logging EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerEnforce Millisecond Packet SizeT
Cisco CallManagerLocations Trace Details FlagF
Cisco CallManagerPreferred G711 Millisecond Packet Size20
Cisco CallManagerPreferred G722 Millisecond Packet Size20
Cisco CallManagerPreferred G723 Millisecond Packet Size30
Cisco CallManagerPreferred G729 Millisecond Packet Size20
Cisco CallManagerAlways Use Preferred G729 Packet Size For SIP Trunk AnswersF
Cisco CallManagerPreferred GSMEFR Byte Size31
Cisco CallManagerG711 A Law Codec Enabled1
Cisco CallManagerG711 Mu Law Codec Enabled1
Cisco CallManagerG722 Codec Enabled1
Cisco CallManageri LBC Codec Enabled1
Cisco CallManageri SAC Codec Enabled1
Cisco CallManagerOpus Codec Enabled1
Cisco CallManagerIntra Audio Region Default64
Cisco CallManagerInter Audio Region Default8
Cisco CallManagerIntra Video Region Default384
Cisco CallManagerInter Video Region Default384
Cisco CallManagerIntra Immersive Video Region Default2000000000
Cisco CallManagerInter Immersive Video Region Default2000000000
Cisco CallManagerUse Video Bandwidth Pool For Immersive Video CallsT
Cisco CallManagerLink Loss Type Default1
Cisco CallManagerInter Audio Region Default Codec List22910f2b-51ab-4a46-b606-604a28558568
Cisco CallManagerIntra Audio Region Default Codec List22910f2b-51ab-4a46-b606-604a28558568
Cisco CallManagerAccept Audio Codec Preferences In Received Offer0
Cisco CallManagerG Clear Bandwidth OverrideF
Cisco CallManagerAAR EnableF
Cisco CallManagerDefault RSVP Policy1
Cisco CallManagerRSVP Retry Timer60
Cisco CallManagerMandatory RSVP Mid Call Retry Counter1
Cisco CallManagerMandatory RSVP Mid Call Error Handle Option1
Cisco CallManagerRSVP Video Tspec Burst Size Factor5
Cisco CallManagerMLP P_ RSVP Mapping EXECUTIV E_ OVERRIDE65535
Cisco CallManagerMLP P_ RSVP Mapping FLAS H_ OVERRIDE65534
Cisco CallManagerMLP P_ RSVP Mapping FLASH65533
Cisco CallManagerMLP P_ RSVP Mapping IMMEDIATE65532
Cisco CallManagerMLP P_ RSVP Mapping P L_ PRIORITY65531
Cisco CallManagerMLP P_ RSVP Mapping P L_ ROUTINE65530
Cisco CallManagerRSVP Audio App IDAudioStream
Cisco CallManagerRSVP Video App IDVideoStream
Cisco CallManagerRSVP Response Timer2
Cisco CallManagerPacketcapture EnableF
Cisco CallManagerPacketcapture Max File Size2
Cisco CallManagerPresence Subscription Throttling Threshold60000
Cisco CallManagerPresence Subscription Resume Threshold80
Cisco CallManagerDefault Presence Subscription Policy0
Cisco CallManagerInclude DND StatusF
Cisco CallManagerDtmf Hold Code*81
Cisco CallManagerDtmf Exclusive Hold Code*82
Cisco CallManagerDtmf Resume Code*83
Cisco CallManagerDtmf Txf Code*84
Cisco CallManagerDtmf Cnf Code*85
Cisco CallManagerDtmf Dusting Code*74
Cisco CallManagerDtmf Start Recording Code*86
Cisco CallManagerDtmf Stop Recording Code*87
Cisco CallManagerSmart Mobile Phone Interdigit Timer500
Cisco CallManagerRegular Mobile Phone Interdigit Timer2000
Cisco CallManagerCell Pickup User Selection Timer60
Cisco CallManagerSIP Dual Mode Alert Timer1500
Cisco CallManagerCall Screening Timer4000
Cisco CallManagerRedial Await Timer180
Cisco CallManagerInbound CSS For RD0
Cisco CallManagerEnable Enterprise Feature AccessF
Cisco CallManagerDVOF Service Number 
Cisco CallManagerEnable Mobile Voice AccessF
Cisco CallManagerMobile Voice Access Number 
Cisco CallManagerRem Dest Caller ID Match Type0
Cisco CallManagerRem Dest Caller ID Match Digits10
Cisco CallManagerSystem Rem Access Blocked Numbers 
Cisco CallManagerEnableuseofpre X Cdpnfor Mobile TerminatedcallsF
Cisco CallManagerHonor Gw Tr Outbound Cg Pty Selfor Mobile Connect CallsF
Cisco CallManagerVoice Mail Selection Policy1
Cisco CallManagerDv OR Voice Mail Selection Policy1
Cisco CallManagerVM Select User Control Delayed Announcement Timer1000
Cisco CallManagerVM Select User Control Confirmed Answer Indication Timer10000
Cisco CallManagerReroute Remote Destination Callsto Enterprise NumberF
Cisco CallManagerRing All Shared LinesF
Cisco CallManagerIgnore Call Forward Allon Enterprise DNT
Cisco CallManagerLegacy I Divert BehaviorT
Cisco CallManagerQsigize Legacy I DivertF
Cisco CallManagerI Divert Screen Timeout5
Cisco CallManagerCall Counting CAC EnabledF
Cisco CallManagerAudio Bandwidth For Call Counting CAC102
Cisco CallManagerVideo Bandwidth For Call Counting CAC500
Cisco CallManagerUCM To LBM Periodic Reservation Refresh Timer5
Cisco CallManagerMax Bandwidth Duration720
Cisco CallManagerCall Treatment When No LBM Available0
Cisco CallManagerLocations Media Resource Audio Bit Rate Policy1
Cisco CallManagerVideo Call Qo S Marking Policy0
Cisco CallManagerDeduct Audio Bandwidth From Audio Pool For Video Call0
Cisco CallManagerAlternate Emergency Destination 
Cisco CallManagerAlternate Emergency CSS 
Cisco Config AgentHeart Beat Interval60
Cisco Config AgentConnect Timeout30
Cisco Config AgentMax Network Outage240
Cisco Config AgentHeart Beat Port8600
Cisco Config AgentOffline Message Heart Beat Interval60
Cisco Config AgentMax Offline Message Time To Live14
Cisco Config AgentRoster Heart Beat Interval60
Cisco Config AgentMax Roster Entry Time To Live30
Cisco Database Layer MonitorDevice Name Validation EnabledT
Cisco Database Layer MonitorValid NamespaceT
Cisco Database Layer MonitorSPL Trace1
Cisco Database Layer MonitorSPL App Trace Level1
Cisco Database Layer MonitorMaintenance Task Trace0
Cisco Database Layer MonitorEnable AXL Encoding InfoF
Cisco Database Layer MonitorCheck For Namespace In TagT
Cisco Database Layer MonitorValidate Service URLT
Cisco Database Layer MonitorReplication Monitor Timeout1800
Cisco Database Layer MonitorAxl Change Notification Queue Size20000
Cisco Database Layer MonitorAxl Change Notification1
Cisco Database Layer MonitorMax AXL Writes Per Minute50
Cisco Database Layer MonitorSort End User Locale1
Cisco Database Layer MonitorTable Out Of Sync0
Cisco Database Layer MonitorCDR Purge Window2
Cisco Database Layer MonitorCDR Purge Time00:00
Cisco Database Layer MonitorMaximum Inactive Period0
Cisco DirSyncRetry Delay On Failure Host List10
Cisco DirSyncRetry Delay On Failure Host5
Cisco DirSyncMax Number Of Host3
Cisco DirSyncMax Number Of Agreements20
Cisco DirSyncLDAP Connection Timeout5
Cisco DirSyncDelayed Sync Start5
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncProcessuser Thread Sleep Interval1
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncRecord Size For Update100
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncUpdate Sleep Interval1
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncTime Out Threshold Interval Sync1000
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncTime Out Threshold Interval For LDAP Retry Sync5000
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncAllowed LDAP Retry Count Sync2
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncAllowed Keep Alive Retry Count Sync0
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncError Check Enabled SyncF
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncThreshold For Errors Sync5
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncPUT Fail Count0
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncTimeout For LDAP Context Sync60
Cisco Directory Number Alias SyncMax Records Per Context Sync1000
Cisco Extended FunctionsCTI Connecting Port2748
Cisco Extended FunctionsApp Provider Open Time Out30000
Cisco Extended FunctionsApp Hear Beat Interval30
Cisco Extended FunctionsApp Connect Retry Interval60000
Cisco Extended FunctionsApp Sync Req Time Out15000
Cisco Extended FunctionsCBB Change Notify Port2552
Cisco Extended FunctionsExtended FeedbackF
Cisco Extended FunctionsPolling Duration-1
Cisco Extended FunctionsPolling Frequency30
Cisco Extended FunctionsNum Files250
Cisco Extended FunctionsNum Lines2000
Cisco Extended FunctionsQRT Security FlagF
Cisco Extension Mobilityalpha User IDT
Cisco Extension Mobilityremember UserF
Cisco Extension Mobilityclear Call LogsF
Cisco Extension Mobilityvalidate IP For LogoutF
Cisco Extension Mobilitytrusted IP List 
Cisco Extension Mobilityallow ProxyT
Cisco Extension MobilityEmcc Allow ProxyT
Cisco Extension Mobilitymax Concurrent Sessions15
Cisco Extension Mobilitymulti Dev HotelingnoLogin
Cisco Extension Mobilitymax Duration EnableF
Cisco Extension Mobilitymax Duration8:00
Cisco Extension MobilityEmcc Max Login Duration10:00
Cisco Extension Mobilityem Dev Cache Size10000
Cisco IM and Presence Data Monitoreu Watcher Basic Check Interval30
Cisco IP Manager Assistantprimary MITRA Server Address 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantbackup MITRA Server Address 
Cisco IP Manager AssistantMITRA Server Port2912
Cisco IP Manager Assistantheartbeat Interval30
Cisco IP Manager Assistantrequest Timeout Interval30
Cisco IP Manager Assistantrna Fwd FlagF
Cisco IP Manager Assistantalpha Numeric FlagT
Cisco IP Manager Assistantrna Timeout10
Cisco IP Manager Assistantsecurity Flag0
Cisco IP Manager Assistantis Manager RedirectF
Cisco IP Manager Assistantmultiple Instances IPMAF
Cisco IP Manager Assistantpool BIPMA Primary Server 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantpool BIPMA Backup Server 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantpool CIPMA Primary Server 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantpool CIPMA Backup Server 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantsoftkey Assistantd48ba279-5d9a-4123-9a91-32bdee219664
Cisco IP Manager Assistantsoftkey Manager122e40ba-30c6-4bfe-bb8e-98019ee2b4ba
Cisco IP Manager Assistantsoftkey Manager Shared9092b14d-051c-4130-a0fa-fa0b5c3c56d3
Cisco IP Manager Assistantpartition Managers 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantpartition All Users 
Cisco IP Manager AssistantCSSIE 
Cisco IP Manager AssistantCSSME 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantmanager Phone Service 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantassistantsecondary Service 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantproxy Range Start 
Cisco IP Manager Assistantproxy Range End 
Cisco IP Manager Assistanttrim Manager Line0
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppMcast MO H_ G729 Pkt Size20
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppMcast MO H_ WB Pkt Size20
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppMulticast MO H_ DSCP184
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppDTMF Duration100
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppDTMF Power9
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppForce AN Ntobe Non SecureF
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppForce MO Htobe Non SecureF
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppDefault MOH Codec1
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppDefault MOH Fixed Audio Performance2
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppDefault MOHDB Level-2
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppIp Tos Media Resource2 Cm0x60
Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming AppMcast MO H_ G711 Pkt Size20
Cisco Intercluster Lookup ServiceIls Listening Port7501
Cisco Intercluster Lookup ServiceIls Non TLS Listening Port7502
Cisco Intercluster Lookup ServiceIls Sync Throttle2000
Cisco Intercluster Lookup ServiceUSN Tombstone Max Age180
Cisco Intercluster Lookup ServiceIls Max Number Of Learned Objects Supported100000
Cisco Location Bandwidth ManagerCall Treatment When No Path Is Available0
Cisco Location Bandwidth ManagerDSCP For LBM Links96
Cisco Location Bandwidth ManagerOptimized Reservation Refresh Mechanism EnabledT
Cisco Presence EngineMessaging Port50000
Cisco Presence EngineAggregate Shared LinesOn
Cisco Presence Enginecupc Tuple IDcisco-upc
Cisco Presence Engineclient Emulation Resource Namecomposed
Cisco Presence EngineNotify Body Size180000
Cisco Presence EnginePresence Change Throttle Rate50
Cisco Presence EngineCalendar Spread50
Cisco Presence EngineExchange Timeout3
Cisco Presence EngineExchange Queue2200
Cisco Presence EngineExchange Threads60
Cisco Presence EngineEWS Status Frequency60
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis Cluster Tcp Port2555
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis Client Tcp Port2556
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis Client Timeout30
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis Cleanup Time Ofthe Day22:00
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis Unused CM Device Store Period3
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis Unused CTI Device Store Period1
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis Max Num Unused CTI Records3000
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis TLC Throttle EnableT
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis TLCIO Throttle Limit10
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis TLCCPU Throttle Limit80
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis TLC Throttle Poll Rate250
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis TLCSFTP Keepalive Delay5000
Cisco RIS Data CollectorRis System Access Max Processes Threads2500
Cisco SIP ProxyVirtual IP Address 
Cisco SIP ProxySR V_ Cluster Name 
Cisco SIP ProxyCUCM Domainlab.test
Cisco SIP ProxyServer Name 
Cisco SIP ProxyPort8081
Cisco SIP ProxyStateful ServerOn
Cisco SIP ProxyServer TypeProxy
Cisco SIP ProxyStart Servers20
Cisco SIP ProxyMin Spare Servers20
Cisco SIP ProxyMax Spare Servers20
Cisco SIP ProxyMax Clients20
Cisco SIP ProxyMax Invite Retx Count3
Cisco SIP ProxyMax Non Invite Retx Count6
Cisco SIP ProxyMax Requests Per Child1000000
Cisco SIP ProxySip Tcp Max Connect Timeout10000
Cisco SIP ProxySip Tcp Reuse ConnectionOff
Cisco SIP ProxyPersist TCP ConnectionsOn
Cisco SIP ProxyShared Memory Size512000000
Cisco SIP ProxyProxy Address Resolution TypeIP
Cisco SIP ProxyAdd Record RouteOn
Cisco SIP ProxyAdd Transport In Record Routet
Cisco SIP ProxySip Resolve Local Contacts In Redirect ModeOff
Cisco SIP ProxyRecursiveOn
Cisco SIP ProxyNumeric Username InterpretationE164_IP
Cisco SIP ProxyNumeric Username Character Set+0123456789.-()#*
Cisco SIP ProxyA Record_ IP AddrOn
Cisco SIP ProxyAllow NAPT RlookupOn
Cisco SIP ProxyTransport Pref OrderTCP_UDP
Cisco SIP ProxySip Route Hdr Transport TypeUDP
Cisco SIP ProxyDiff Serv Value0x60
Cisco SIP ProxyAllow Sip Tls Conversion To SipOff
Cisco SIP ProxySip Tls Session Timeout300
Cisco SIP ProxyMax MTU Size1300
Cisco SIP ProxyContact Failover_ On All But481,487
Cisco SIP ProxyCisco_ NumexpandOn
Cisco SIP ProxyNum Expand Auth User NameOn
Cisco SIP ProxyCisco_ RoutingOn
Cisco SIP ProxyCisco_ Routing_ Use_ Domain_ RoutingOn
Cisco SIP ProxyCisco_ Route_ FailOn
Cisco SIP ProxyRoute Embed Template1 
Cisco SIP ProxyRoute Embed Template2 
Cisco SIP ProxyRoute Embed Template3 
Cisco SIP ProxyRoute Embed Template4 
Cisco SIP ProxyRoute Embed Template5 
Cisco SIP ProxyPrivacyOn
Cisco SIP ProxyPrivacy With PAIOn
Cisco SIP ProxyPrivacy With RPIDOff
Cisco SIP ProxyPrivacy With DiversionOff
Cisco SIP ProxyPrivacy Use PAI DomainOn
Cisco SIP ProxyAuthenticationOn
Cisco SIP ProxyMethod ListINVITE,REGISTER,MESSAGE,PUBLISH,NOTIFY,SUBSCRIBE
Cisco SIP ProxySip T1 In Ms500
Cisco SIP ProxySip T2 In Ms4000
Cisco SIP ProxySip T3 In Ms60000
Cisco SIP ProxySip T4 In Ms32000
Cisco SIP ProxyFederation Routing CUPFQDNimp17-public.lab.test
Cisco SIP ProxyDefault Federation Routing Domainaol.com
Cisco SIP ProxyMicrosoft Fed Agent HeadersMicrosoft,UCCAPI,LCC,RTC,UCCP
Cisco SIP ProxyIM Gateway StatusOn
Cisco SIP ProxyIM Gateway Timeout600
Cisco SIP ProxyIM Gateway Err MsgYour IM could not be delivered.
Cisco Server Recovery ManagerService Port22001
Cisco Server Recovery ManagerAdmin Rpc Port20075
Cisco Server Recovery ManagerCritical Service Down Delay90
Cisco Server Recovery ManagerEnable Automatic FallbackF
Cisco Server Recovery ManagerInit Keep Alive Timeout120
Cisco Server Recovery ManagerKeep Alive Timeout60
Cisco Server Recovery ManagerKeep Alive Interval15
Cisco Serviceability ReporterRTMT Reporter Node 
Cisco Serviceability ReporterRTMT Report Generation Time30
Cisco Serviceability ReporterRTMT Report Deletion Age7
Cisco Sync AgentForced SyncF
Cisco Sync AgentNum Of Rows Grabbed Each Time2000
Cisco Sync AgentIM Presence Domains ModeAutomatic
Cisco TAPS ServiceConfigure TAPS1
Cisco TAPS ServiceTAPS Log File Location/var/log/active/cm/log/taps/
Cisco TftpBuild CNF Type1
Cisco TftpEnable Bin File CachingT
Cisco TftpExit On ExceptionT
Cisco TftpAudit Remote Files1
Cisco Trust Verification ServiceTVSTTL24
Cisco Trust Verification ServiceTVS Port2445
Cisco WebDialer Web Servicelist Of Webdialers 
Cisco WebDialer Web Serviceprimary CTI Mgr127.0.0.1
Cisco WebDialer Web Servicesec CTI Manager 
Cisco WebDialer Web Serviceuser Session Expiry0
Cisco WebDialer Web ServiceMax Concurrent Call Requests3
Cisco WebDialer Web Servicedialog Time15
Cisco WebDialer Web Serviceapply Dialrules On DialT
Cisco WebDialer Web Serviceapply Dialrules SOAPF
Cisco WebDialer Web Servicesecurity Flag0
Cisco Wireless Controller Synchronization ServiceSNMP Request Timeout10
Cisco Wireless Controller Synchronization ServiceSNMP Request Retries3
Cisco Wireless Controller Synchronization ServiceSNMP Request Query Size10
Cisco XCP Connection Managerconnection Byte Limit OptionF
Cisco XCP Connection Managermax Accepted Packet Size20000
Cisco XCP File Transfer Manageraft-extfs-freespace-lower10
Cisco XCP File Transfer Manageraft-extfs-freespace-upper15
Cisco XCP Message Archivermax-queue-size100000
Cisco XCP RouterR2 R_routing_enabledt
Cisco XCP Routerrouter-db-poolsize11
Cisco XCP Routermax-jsmdb-requests1000
Cisco XCP Routerresume-jsmdb-requests500
Cisco XCP Routermax-sessions10
Cisco XCP Routerenable-stream-managementt
Cisco XCP Routermax-stream-management-timeout60
Cisco XCP Routermax-stream-management-buffer-size100
Cisco XCP Routerstream-management-req-ack-rate5
Cisco XCP Routerenable-multi-device-messagingt
Cisco XCP SIP Federation Connection Managermax-sockets-sip1000
Cisco XCP SIP Federation Connection Managercm-thread-count-sip3
Cisco XCP SIP Federation Connection Managerconnect-attempts-sip10
Cisco XCP SIP Federation Connection Managerconnect-attempts-delay-secs-sip30
Cisco XCP SIP Federation Connection Managersipgw-thread-count-xmppout-messages3
Cisco XCP SIP Federation Connection Managersipgw-thread-count-sip-processing3
Cisco XCP SIP Federation Connection Managersipgw-max-subscriptions200000
Cisco XCP SIP Federation Connection Managersipgw-max-im-sessions25000
Cisco XCP Text Conference Managermax-db-queue-size100000
Cisco XCP Web Connection Managerhttp-binding-path-handled/httpbinding
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managermax-sockets-xmpp1000
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managercm-thread-count-xmpp3
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managerconnect-attempts-xmpp10
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managerconnect-attempts-delay-secs-xmpp30
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managerkeepalive0
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managerkeepalive-interval60
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managerkeepalive-textkeepalive
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managerxmppdin-idle-timeout-secs3600
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managerdialback-timeout30
Cisco XCP XMPP Federation Connection Managerxmppdout-idle-timeout-secs3600

2.8 System - Enterprise Parameters

Enterprise parameters provide default settings that apply to all devices and services in the same cluster. (A cluster comprises a set of servers that share the same database.) When you install a new server, 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.

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
CCMAdminEnableDependencyRecordsT
AutoSelectDNOnAnyPartition0
CCMUserOptionsPortalDefaultServer 
CCMUserShowSpeedDialSettingsT
CCMUserShowIPPhoneServicesSettingsT
CCMUserShowRingSettingsF
CCMUserShowMessageWaitingLampPolicyT
CCMUserShowHistorySettingsT
CCMUserShowPersonalAddressBookT
CCMUserShowLineTextSettingsF
CCMUserShowOnlineGuideT
CCMUserShowMobilityFeaturesT
CCMUserShowDirectoryT
CCMUserShowCalendarPreferenceT
CCMUserShowPhoneLocaleT
CCMUserShowChangePasswordT
CCMUserShowChangePinT
CCMUserShowCallForward1
CCMUserShowVoicemailIVROptionT
CCMUserShowConferencingSchedulerT
CCMUserShowVideoConferencingScheduler1
CCMUserShowDownloadT
CCMUserDisplayNameT
EndUserDirectoryURIPartitionAlias 
CDRFlatFileInterval1
DefaultNetworkLocale64
DefaultUserLocale1
MLPPDomainIdentifierc80cafe0-af65-43d6-a1f1-225ad998bd26
MLPPIndicationStatusOff
MLPPPreemptionSettingDisabled
PrecedenceAlternatePartyTimeout30
UseStandardVMHandlingForPrecedenceCallsF
ConfidentialAccessLevelPolicyF
ConfidentialAccessLevelEnforcementLevel0
ConfidentialAccessLevelValueForWarning0
ConfidentialAccessLevelWarningMessageText 
ConfidentialAccessLevelFailureMessageTextCAL MISMATCH
ClusterSecurityMode0
LBMSecurityMode0
CAPFPhonePort3804
CAPFOperationDuration10
TFTPFileSignatureAlgorithm1
CacheControlT
AuthMethodForBrowserAccess1
TLSCipherPreference1
SRTPCipherSelection0
HTTPSCipherSelection1
CertificateValidityCheck0
CertificateValidityCheckFrequency24
RollBackToPreGraybackF
URLAuthenticationhttp://10.5.1.15:8080/ccmcip/authenticate.jsp
URLDirectorieshttp://10.5.1.15:8080/ccmcip/xmldirectory.jsp
URLIdle 
URLIdleTime0
URLInformationhttp://10.5.1.15:8080/ccmcip/GetTelecasterHelpText.jsp
URLMessages 
URLProxy 
URLServiceshttp://10.5.1.15:8080/ccmcip/getservicesmenu.jsp
SecureAuthenticationURL 
SecureDirectoryURLhttps://10.5.1.15:8443/ccmcip/xmldirectory.jsp
SecureUDSUsersAccessURLhttps://10.5.1.15:8443/cucm-uds/users
SecureIdleURL 
SecureInformationURLhttps://10.5.1.15:8443/ccmcip/GetTelecasterHelpText.jsp
SecureMessagesURL 
SecureServicesURLhttps://10.5.1.15:8443/ccmcip/getservicesmenu.jsp
EnableAllUserSearchT
UserSearchLimit64
NumberofDigitstoMatch4
CCMPDSessionTimeout86400
AllowedPerfmonQueriesPerMinute50
AllowedRisQueriesPerMinute15
PerfmonQueueLimit100
MaximumPerfmonCountersPerSession100
AllowedCdrGetFileQueriesPerMinute10
AllowedCdrGetFileListQueriesPerMinute20
FileCloseThreadFlagT
FileCloseThreadQueueWatermark100
restrictOnUserGroupOverlap1
restrictNonSuperUserT
userAssignmentMode0
directoryGroupOperationsOnCiscoIMandPresence0
groupSizeToLimitPresencePacketsForEnterpriseGroups100
syncingModeForEnterpriseGroups1
ServerPortNumber8888
ClientPortNumber8889
AAInstalledFlagF
IAQInstalledFlagF
OrganizationDomain 
ClusterName 
DoSProtectionFlagT
TLSHandshakeTimer60
TLSResumptionTimer3600
UnsupportedPickup 
UserMustChangeCredentialBehavior 
EnableIPV6F
IPAddressingModePrefMedia0
IPAddressingModePrefControl0
AllowAutoConfigurationForPhones1
AllowDuplicateAddressDetection1
AcceptRedirectMessages0
ReplyMulticastEchoRequest0
RemoteSyslogServerName 
RemoteSyslogServerName2 
RemoteSyslogServerName3 
RemoteSyslogServerName4 
RemoteSyslogServerName5 
RemoteSyslogSeverity3
GRTSocketConnectTimeout10
GRTSocketReadTimeout60
isLogicalPartitioningEnabledF
isCustomLogicalPartitioningAppliedF
defaultGeolocation00000000-1111-0000-0000-000000000000
logicalPartitioningDefaultPolicy2
logicalPartitioningDefaultFilter 
EnableMgcpTraceLog0
EnableCallTraceLog1
MaxCallTraceLogFiles2000
CallTraceLogFileSize2
neverStartCallWithVideoF
DSCPValueNone
RoutePlanReportMaxIndex1500000
oauthTokenExpiryTimer60
thirdpartyclient_redirecturi 
SSOLoginBehaviorForIos0
UseSSOforRTMT1
MaxUsers160000
MaxPhones80000
MaxServers30

3 Presence

The Presence section contains the following items:

3.1 Settings

The Presence > Settings section contains the following items:

3.1.1 Presence - Standard Configuration

The following settings include global availability sharing capability for all clients that connect to IM and Presence.

Cisco Unified Presence Settings
NameValue
Cluster IDStandAloneCluster7ae5a
Enable availability sharing
Allow users to view the availability of other users without being prompted for approval
Enable use of Email Address when Federating
Maximum Contact List Size (per user)200
Maximum Watchers (per user)200
CUCM IM and Presence Publish Trunk< None >
Ad-hoc enabled
Maximum number of ad-hoc subscriptions50
Ad-hoc subscription time-to-live (seconds)900
Partitioned Intradomain Federation enabled
Partitioned Intradomain Routing ModeBasic Routing Mode

3.1.2 Presence - Advanced Configuration

The Advanced Presence Settings include default domain and the IM address scheme. The IM address scheme has two options:


Advanced Configuration
Default DomainIM Address Scheme
lab.testUserID@[Default Domain]

3.2 Presence - Gateways

The purpose of a presence gateway is to enable the transfer of presence status information from the configured gateway to the Presence Engine in IM and Presence. The following gateways are supported:


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3.3 Presence - Inter-Clustering

You can associate one or more external IM and Presence clusters (peers), which enables you to route requests to user names and phone numbers on other IM and Presence clusters. You can transmit instant messages and presence status across multiple IM and Presence clusters.

Inter-cluster Peer(s)
Peer AddressAXL UsernameProtocolUsers
10.5.1.107adminTCP2

3.4 Inter-Domain Federation

The Inter-Domain Federation section contains the following items:

3.4.1 Inter-Domain Federation - SIP Federation

IM and Presence permits integration with a Microsoft OCS foreign domain for interdomain federation. This allows IM and Presence users in an enterprise domain to interact with users of Microsoft Office Communicator in a foreign domain.

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3.4.2 XMPP Federation

The Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) is the core protocol on Cisco Unified Presence. This interface provides instant messaging, availability and roster management services. The following objects are defined:

3.4.2.1 XMPP Federation - Settings

IM and Presence can be configured to dynamically federate (inter-domain federation) with IM and Presence, WebEx, IBM and any XMPP standards-compliant server.

XMPP Federation Settings
NameValue
XMPP Federation Node Status
Security ModeTLS Optional
Require client-side security certificates
Enable SASL EXTERNAL on all incoming connections
Enable SASL EXTERNAL on all outgoing connections

3.4.2.2 XMPP Federation - Policy

IM and Presence allows you to specify a default policy to either allow or deny all federated traffic from/to all configured federated enterprises. However, you can provision exceptions to this default policy.

XMPP Federation Policy Exception
Domain NameException Applies To
google.comAll federated packets from/to the above domain/host
incomingFed.chOnly incoming federated packets from the above domain/host
out.comOnly outgoing federated packets to the above domain/host

3.4.3 Inter-Domain Federation - Email Federated Domains

Email Domains
Domain NameTypeConfigured/In use on Local ClusterConfigured/In use on Peer Cluster(s)
lab.testSystem Managed

3.5 Routing

The Routing section contains the following items:

3.5.1 Routing - Settings

This section contains the proxy server settings for the IM and Presence server.

The Method/Event Routing Status parameter specifies whether the method/event routing module is enabled or disabled in the SIP proxy server.

The Preferred Proxy Listener parameter specifies which SIP proxy listener is considered the preferred listener. The list contains SIP proxy server listeners that you defined in the Transport Listeners window.

Proxy Configuration Settings
NameValue
CVP Enable ACL Configuration
Method/Event Routing StatusOff
Preferred Proxy ListenerDefault Cisco SIP Proxy UDP Listener

3.5.2 Routing - Static Routes

This section defines static routes that the SIP proxy server uses. A dynamic route represents a path through the network that automatically get calculated according to routing protocols and routing update messages. A static route represents a fixed path through the network that you explicitly configure. Static routes take precedence over dynamic routes.

Method/Event-Based Routing
Destination PatternBlockedDescriptionNext HopNext Hop PortPriorityWeightProtocol TypeRoute TypeAllow Less-Specific RouteIn Service
.test.comTest 9910.5.1.1506011UDPDomainOnOn
98.*Test 9810.5.1.1506011UDPUserOffOff
99.*Test 9910.5.1.1506011TCPUserOnOn

3.5.3 Routing - Method Event-Routing

Method-based or event-based routing configure the SIP proxy server to route SIP messages on the basis of their content.

Method/Event-Based Routing
NameDescriptionContent TokenContent CategoryDestination AddressDestination PortProtocol Type
ProfileConfigMulti-Login/Change NotificationprofileconfigEvent Type-Based10.5.1.175070TCP
SystemPublishSystem Managed PublishPUBLISHMethod-Based10.5.1.175070TCP
SystemSubscribeSystem Managed SubscribeSUBSCRIBEMethod-Based10.5.1.175070TCP
SystemSubscribe2System Managed Subscribe2SUBSCRIBEMethod-Based10.5.1.995070UDP

3.5.4 Routing - Number Expansion

Number expansion configuration allows you to provision patterns that expand an extension number to its full E.164 telephone number. You can also use number expansion to strip numbers. You may want to manipulate the telephone number to match global dialing patterns and to route SIP requests accordingly.

Number expansion requires no precedence so ordering is not required. Instead the SIP Proxy processes the rules from the most specific to the least specific.

Number Expansion
NameDescriptionInput PatternTranslation Pattern
NumExp1 67...69...
NumExp2 8...8...

3.6 Presence - Domains

By default, domains are managed by the system. The system-managed domains list contains the domains of all users configured on the system. It also specifies whether each system-managed presence domain is in use on the local cluster, peer cluster, or both.

The following domains are managed by the IM and Presence Service:

Presence Domains
Domain NameTypeConfigured/In use on Local ClusterConfigured/In use on Peer Cluster(s)
domain1.comAdministrator Managed
domain2.comAdministrator Managed
lab.testSystem Managed

4 Messaging

The Messaging section contains the following items:

4.1 Messaging - Settings

The following settings apply to the global instant messaging (IM) sharing capability for all clients that connect to IM and Presence.

Settings
NameValue
Enable instant messaging
Suppress offline instant messaging
Allow clients to log instant message history (on supported clients only)
Allow cut & paste in instant messages

4.2 External Server Setup

The External Server Setup section contains the following items:

4.2.1 Messaging - External Databases

External databases are required for:

The following external databases are configured:

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4.2.2 Messaging - Third Party Compliance Server

To use the third-party compliance solution you must configure a third-party compliance server for each node in the cluster. IM and Presence passes all messages that are sent to or from any users associated with a node to the designated third-party compliance server for that node. The third-party compliance server applies any relevant policy or filtering to the message, and then passes the message back to IM and Presence. IM and Presence delivers the message to the recipient.

The following third-party compliance servers are configured:

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4.2.3 Messaging - External File Servers

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4.3 Compliance

A compliance server can be used to log and archive all instant messaging traffic. The IM and Presence Service administrator can select which IM, presence, or group chat events are passed to the compliance server(s), and which events are blocked. The events must be selected based on policy.

The IM and Presence IM compliance chapter includes:

4.3.1 Compliance - Settings

The following options are available for Instant Message (IM) compliance:

Compliance
NameValue
Compliance Server SelectionNot Configured

4.3.2 Compliance - Profiles

A compliance profile contains a set of Jabber Session Manager (JSM) and\or Text Conferencing (TC) events that you can use to monitor for compliance. You can create a compliance profile that consists of only JSM events, only TC events, or a combination of both JSM and TC events.

Within a compliance profile, JSM and TC events are configured which are logged to the compliance server. These events also decide what type of handling is performed by the compliance server, how IM and Presence Service handles error responses from the compliance server, and whether the IM and Presence Service node waits for a response from the compliance server before processing the event further.

Compliance Profile
NameDetails
SystemDefaultComplianceProfile
DescriptionNon-modifiable System Default Compliance Profile
JSM Events
EventPacket TypeHandlingFire and Forget
e_SESSIONallbounce
es_ENDpresencebounce
es_INmessagebounce
es_OUTmessagebounce
TC Events
EventHandlingFire and Forget
onBeforeInvitebounce
onBeforeJoinbounce
onBeforeRoomCreatebounce
onBeforeSendbounce
onLeavebounce

4.3.3 Compliance - Routing Priority

Events that are configured in multiple profiles will be routed in the order as specified here.

Compliance Profiles listed by routing priority (top is highest priority):

Compliance Profiles Routing Priority
Compliance ProfilesPriority
SystemDefaultComplianceProfile0

4.4 Messaging - File Transfer

File Transer
NameValue
File Transfer TypePEER2PEER
Maximum File Size (kB)51200
Managed File Transfer Assignment
Managed File Transfer Assignment
NodeExternal DatabaseExternal File Server
10.5.1.17  

4.5 Messaging - Group Chat and Persistent Chat

This section defines settings to manage the primary chat server alias associated with each node, and configure permanent chat rooms as opposed to temporary (ad-hoc) chat rooms.

Group Chat and Persistent Chat Settings
Group Chat Alias Settings
System Automatically Manages Primary Conference Server Aliases
Enable Persistent Chat
Enable Persistent Chat
Archive all room joins and exits
Archive all room messages
Allow only group chat system administrators to create persistent chat rooms
Maximum number of persistent chat rooms allowed1500
Number of Connections to the Database5
Database Connection Heartbeat Interval (seconds)300
Timeout value for persistent chat rooms (minutes)0
Persistent Chat Database Assignment
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Room Settings
Maximum number of rooms allowed5500
Member Settings
Rooms are for members only by default
Room owners can change whether or not rooms are for members only
Only moderators can invite people to members-only rooms
Room owners can change whether or not only moderators can invite people to members-only rooms
Users can add themselves to rooms as members
Room owners can change whether users can add themselves to rooms as members
Presence Settings
Members and administrators who are not in a room are still visible in the room
Room owners can change whether members and administrators who are not in a room are still visible in the room
Rooms are backwards-compatible with older clients
Room owners can change whether rooms are backwards-compatible with older clients
Rooms are anonymous by default
Room owners can change whether or not rooms are anonymous
Invite Settings
Lowest participation level a user can have to invite others to the roomparticipant
Room owners can change whether members and administrators who are not in a room are still visible in the room
Occupancy Settings
How many users can be in a room at one time1000
How many hidden users can be in a room at one time1000
Default maximum occupancy for a room50
Room owners can change default maximum occupancy for a room
Chat Message Settings
Lowest participation level a user can have to send a private message from within the roomvisitor
Room owners can change the lowest participation level a user can have to send a private message from within the room
Lowest participation level a user can have to change a room's subjectparticipant
Room owners can change the lowest participation level a user can have to change a room's subject
Remove all XHTML formatting from messages
Room owners can change XHTML formatting setting
Moderated Room Settings
Rooms are moderated by default
Room owners can change whether rooms are moderated by default
History Settings
Maximum number of messages that can be retrieved from the archive100
Number of messages in chat history displayed by default15
Room owners can change the number of messages displayed in chat history

4.6 Messaging - Group Chat Server Alias Mapping

The following additional aliases to a chat server are configured:

Group Chat Server Alias
Group Chat Server AliasNode Name
conference-2-StandAloneCluster7ae5a.lab.test10.5.1.17
conference-2-StandAloneCluster8c7d4.lab.test 
alias2.test.lab10.5.1.17
alias3.test.lab10.5.1.17

4.7 Messaging - Group Chat System Administrators

Group chat system administrators can do the following:

The following Group chat system administrators are configured:

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5 Application

The Application section contains the following items:

5.1 Legacy Clients

The Legacy Client Settings section contains the following items:

5.1.1 Legacy Clients - Settings

The following lists then Cisco Unified Personal Communicator settings that apply to all Cisco Unified Personal Communicator users:

Settings
NameValue
Proxy ListenerDefault Cisco SIP Proxy TCP Listener
Primary TFTP Server10.5.1.15
Backup TFTP Server 1 
Backup TFTP Server 2 
CSF certificate directory (relative to CSF install directory) 
Directory Server TypeMicrosoft Active Directory
Legacy Client LDAP Attribute Mapping
Mappings
UserIDsAMAccountName
FirstNamegivenName
LastNamesn
MiddleNamemiddleName
Nicknamenickname
Photo
Titletitle
DisplayNamedisplayName
NamePrefixnamePrefix
NameSuffix
Gendergender
BusinessEMailmail
BusinessPhoneNumbertelephoneNumber
BusinessVoiceMail
BusinessMobilePhonemobile
BusinessPagerpager
BusinessFaxfacsimileTelephoneNumber
BusinessOtherPhoneotherTelephone
HomeEMail
HomeMobilePhone
HomeFax
URLurl
OrganizationCompany
PrimaryPhoneNumbertelephoneNumber
AddressStreetstreetAddress
AddressLocationl
AddressStatest
AddressPostalCodepostalCode
AddressCountryco

5.1.2 Legacy Clients - CCMCIP Profile

The folllowing Cisco CallManager Cisco IP Phone (CCMCIP) profiles for Cisco Unified Personal Communicator are configured:

CCMCIP Profile
NameCCMCIP Profile InformationUsers in Profile
CCMCIPProfile1
Description
Primary CCMCIP Host10.5.1.1
Backup CCMCIP Host10.5.1.2
Server Certificate VerificationSelf Signed or Keystore
Is Default CCMCIP Profile
 
CCMCIPProfile2
Descriptiondesc
Primary CCMCIP Host10.5.1.3
Backup CCMCIP Host10.5.1.4
Server Certificate VerificationSelf Signed or Keystore
Is Default CCMCIP Profile
 

5.2 Microsoft RCC

The Microsoft RCC section contains the following items:

5.2.1 Microsoft RCC - Settings

This section lists the Computer Telephony Interface (CTI) gateway settings that apply to the CTI gateway. These settings enable call control via TAPI (TSP) to Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM).

Desk Phone Control Settings
NameValue
Application StatusOff
Application UsernameCtiGw
Heartbeat Interval (seconds)8
Session Timer (seconds)1810
Microsoft Server TypeMOC server OCS/Lync
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address (1 of 8) 
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address (2 of 8) 
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address (3 of 8) 
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address (4 of 8) 
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address (5 of 8) 
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address (6 of 8) 
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address (7 of 8) 
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Address (8 of 8) 

5.2.2 Microsoft RCC - User Assignment

IM and Presence can use the Desk Phone Control service. This is not a licensed service, rather, the assignment is needed to limit the users for performance reasons.

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5.3 Third-Party Clients

The Third-Party Clients section contains the following items:

5.3.1 Third-Party Clients - LDAP Servers

Third-Party XMPP clients may wish to provide LDAP based contact search. You can provision LDAP servers on IM and Presence to support LDAP based contact search by third party XMPP clients.

The following LDAP servers to support LDAP based contact search are configured:

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5.3.2 Third-Party Clients - LDAP Settings

You must specify the LDAP search settings that will allow IM and Presence to successfully perform contact search for third party XMPP clients.

This references an LDAP server for third-party XMPP client search.

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5.4 Application - Client Type

The IM and Presence service includes a default set of Cisco Unified Communications and third-party client types supported by the client configuration SOAP interface. You should only add a new client type if instructed to do so by a client application. Otherwise, new client types are unsupported and will be removed when you next upgrade IM and Presence.

Enable 'Version Check Required' to verify that users have the minimum version of the software clients installed. If users do not have the minimum version indicated, they will not be able to sign on

The following lists configured Client types:

Client Type
TypeMinimum VersionVersion Check RequiredDescription
CAD0.0.0.0Cisco Agent Desktop
CUCC4ST7.0.0.0Cisco Phone Control and Presence with IBM Lotus Sametime
CUPC7.1.0.00000Cisco Jabber
JABBERANDROID0.0.0.0Cisco Jabber for Android
JABBERBLACKBERRY0.0.0.0Cisco Jabber for Blackberry
JABBERCIUS0.0.0.0Cisco Jabber for Cius
JABBERIPAD0.0.0.0Cisco Jabber for iPad
JABBERIPHONE0.0.0.0Cisco Jabber for iPhone
JABBERNOKIA0.0.0.0Cisco Jabber for Nokia
THIRDAPPSTANDALONE0.0.0.0Third Party Application Client
THIRDCLIENT0.0.0.0Third-Party Client
THIRDPARTYAPP0.0.0.0Third-Party Application

6 Command Line objects

6.1 Server 10.5.1.17

6.1.1 Show status

show status
Host Name : imp17
Date : Tue Sep 13, 2016 01:38:51
Time Zone : Pacific Daylight Time (America/Los_Angeles)
Locale : en_US.UTF-8
Product Ver : 11.5.1.11900-21 Unrestricted
Unified OS Version : 6.0.0.0-2

Uptime:
01:38:53 up 19:03, 1 user, load average: 0.47, 0.19, 0.16

CPU Idle: 71.72% System: 07.07% User: 21.21%
IOWAIT: 00.00% IRQ: 00.00% Soft: 00.00%

Memory Total: 3925696K
Free: 425272K
Used: 3500424K
Cached: 1642772K
Shared: 294560K
Buffers: 225252K

Total Free Used
Disk/active 13580636K 3446504K 9994828K (75%)
Disk/inactive 13580636K 12850088K 34024K (1%)
Disk/logging 47576992K 42343396K 2810148K (7%)

6.1.2 NTP Status

utils ntp status
ntpd (pid 7351) is running...

remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter
==============================================================================
*10.5.1.15 10.5.1.100 5 u 883 1024 377 0.559 2.212 1.039


synchronised to NTP server (10.5.1.15) at stratum 6
time correct to within 293 ms
polling server every 1024 s

Current time in UTC is : Tue Sep 13 08:38:53 UTC 2016
Current time in America/Los_Angeles is : Tue Sep 13 01:38:53 PDT 2016

6.1.3 Show hardware

show hardware
HW Platform : VMware Virtual Machine
Processors : 1
Type : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3930K CPU @ 3.20GHz
CPU Speed : 3200
Memory : 4096 MBytes
Object ID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.1348
OS Version : UCOS 6.0.0.0-2.i386
Serial Number : VMware-56 4d 26 80 60 62 8b aa-a3 a0 38 ce f8 34 33 d8

RAID Version :
No RAID controller information is available

BIOS Information :
PhoenixTechnologiesLTD 6.00 04/14/2014

RAID Details :
No RAID information is available
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Physical device information
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Number of Disks : 1
Hard Disk #1
Size (in GB) : 75

Partition Details :

Disk /dev/sda: 9790 cylinders, 255 heads, 63 sectors/track
Units = sectors of 512 bytes, counting from 0

Device Boot Start End #sectors Id System
/dev/sda1 * 2048 27863039 27860992 83 Linux
/dev/sda2 27863040 55724031 27860992 83 Linux
/dev/sda3 55724032 56248319 524288 83 Linux
/dev/sda4 56248320 157286399 101038080 5 Extended
/dev/sda5 56250368 60346367 4096000 82 Linux swap / Solaris
/dev/sda6 60348416 157286399 96937984 83 Linux

6.1.4 Show network eth0

show network eth0
Ethernet 0
DHCP : disabled Status : up
IP Address : 10.5.1.17 IP Mask : 255.255.255.000
Link Detected: yes Mode : Auto enabled, Full, 1000 Mbits/s
Duplicate IP : no

DNS
Primary : 10.5.1.166 Secondary : Not Configured
Options : timeout:5 attempts:2
Domain : lab.test
Gateway : 10.5.1.1 on Ethernet 0

6.1.5 Show version active

show version active
Active Master Version: 11.5.1.11900-21 Unrestricted
Active Version Installed Software Options:
No Installed Software Options Found.

6.1.6 Show version inactive

show version inactive
Inactive Master Version: 0.0.0.0000-0000

6.1.7 Show timezone config

show timezone config
Current timezone: Pacific Daylight Time (America/Los_Angeles)
Timezone version: 2016d

6.1.8 Show stats io

show stats io
avg-cpu: %user %nice %system %iowait %steal %idle
5.37 0.06 5.23 0.01 0.00 89.33

Device: tps Blk_read/s Blk_wrtn/s Blk_read Blk_wrtn
sda 12.81 24.21 233.35 1631840 15727328

6.1.9 utils disaster_recovery device list

utils disaster_recovery device list
Device Name Device Type Device Path
--------------------------------------------------------------
drfCliMsg: No device found

6.1.10 utils disaster_recovery schedule list

utils disaster_recovery schedule list
Schedule name Device name Schedule status
----------------------------------------------------------
drfCliMsg: No Schedules are configured

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