What is call manager doing with Jabber guest if you have no endpoints registered to Call manager?
Our Call Manager deployment is in it's VERY early stages. We have a Telepresence infrastructure at the moment (VCS Control and Expressway). All of our TP endpoints and Jabber Telepresence clients are registered to the VCS. What is going on that the Jabber guest and VCS server need call manager for? I know it's REQUIRED in the manual and I saw a slide somewhere that said using Jabber Guest without Call manager is NOT SUPPORTED.
Realistically though, I might not get permission to build a SIP trunk between the new Call manager and VCS for some time..so...supported or not will it work without call manager or is there something going on that's critical on call manager to make it work regardless of the fact that there is nothing registered to CUCM?
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