Normally, an upgrade Cisco CallManager has no effect on the corporate directory, so and unknown issue has occurred.
In this case, the users listed in the corporate directory were not in the default Organizational Unit (OU). The Cisco CallManager administrator had created a custom OU for the users. During upgrades only the default OU is transferred over to the new version, and that container is OU=USER. The resolution of the issue is to transfer the list of users manually, rather than relying on the Cisco CallManager installation scripts to handle the action.
In Control Hub, I have a single user that I have configured Monitoring with a few Monitored Lines and few Call Parking Extensions under User > Calling > Advanced > Monitoring. This user has three 8851 devices. Now, all t...
Similar to personal rooms a lobby for scheduled meetings that have yet to be opened by the host or co-host would also be helpful for external participants. This way they are not required to keep trying, again and again, to join a meeting before the ...
HI, I need to pull data from multiple remote CME , like DN, ph mac address, username. I could pull that from web interface (Configure>Phones)in good format BUT when I compared with results from cli command show ephone , I didn not find any matches betw...
i have a GainMaker that went bad and would like to replace it's GainMaker from Scientific Atlanta 1G 35-90V ~50-60HZ but can't find it if it's discontinued with wat can i replace if my cables are with 60v to broadcast tv