I am in need of assistance with setting up 911 calling for a new warehouse that is not local to the call manager server. Can anyone provide assistance?
Our Call Manager version is 9.1.1 (ironic..I know).
Our initial thought was that we would simply configure our new location's phones with phone numbers we already have. This means that our new location would have numbers with the same area code in which our Call Manager server physically lives. However, if we do so, how does this impact 911 calling? Is it necessary to use numbers with a local area code for the new warehouse, or is there a way in Call Manager to use our current local phone numbers, but yet have the calls routed to the appropriate 911 locations?
hi Team, we are planning to deploy Multi-Factor Authentication for Jabber. The main requirement is to use MFA over internet (MRA).Is it possible to deploy MFA just for MRA and don't touch impact any on-prem existing setup?Can someone please guide on ...
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UCCX does not natively protect HTTP Triggers.
I wanted to come up with a solution to handle HTTP cookie based authentication.
There is a zip file for this project attached to this article. It was written on UCCX 12.5...
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