Deskphone disabled on CUPC release 8.x
We have a CUPS release 8 that runs fine on CUPC release 7.x. Yesterday we upgraded the CUPC client to 8.x and now the deskphone feature is greyed out. Chat and all other features are working except the deskphone.
When we test this with CUPC 7 it works at the same time with the same user accounts. Please assist on this.
When I check the Server health the notification is " failed to connect to ccmcip authentication server"
Is this related to the Deskphone ?
Is there any additional configuration that needs to be done on CUPS for CUPC 8.x other than what was done for CUPC 7.x
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Per the log, your certificate on CUCM was expired. You should regenerate the Tomcat cert.
1) Log into CUCM OS Administration page
2) Security > Certificate Management. Click "Find" to list all certs.
3) Click on "tomcat.pem"
4) Click on "Regenerate"
5) On command line, type "utils service restart Cisco Tomcat"
CUPC 8 uses CCMCIP service on CUCM to retrieve the "controlled device".
Please make sure you configured CCMCIP address correctly from CUPS > Application > Cisco Unified Personal Communicator.
I recommend you take a look at http://www.lulu.com/content/5552336. It covers CUPS 8 and CUPC 8 configuration.
I am sorry to say I did terminate this process but the same result. Only the Deskphone is still greyed out.. Do you see any other reasons why this is happening. The funniest part is CUPC 7 works so well with the same user ids..
The error message is
" Device initialization error has occured. Failed to connect to ccmcip authentication server "
I know there is something wrong with the CCMCIP settings but cant identify what and I am not sure if the CCMCIP settings that I gave was correct. Screenshot of CCMCIP settings was attached in the previous post.
Another point I noted is, In CUPC 7 also if I check the server health status the phone configuration is down. But still deskphone feature works in 7.x may be because it is failing over to a backup config residing locally.
Create or Modify the following registry key
After that, kill cucsf.exe from Task Manager.
Per the log, it's still the CCMCIP certificate issue.
Could you export your registry hive HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Cisco Systems, Inc./AdminData/ and upload here?