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Hide Not Registered Message When Not Registering Your Cisco Endpoint

You know that Cisco endpoints can SIP or H323 dial without being registered to a call control platform, right? While you lose some flexibility and ease of use it can be done. One complaint I hear about this is the the device says “Not Registered” in the upper left hand corner of the screen or the touch 10 panel. “Not” anything to users often means “its NOT working, call support” so we obviously want this to change… Continue reading

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Configure IOS DSP Conference Bridge

To configure a DSP conference bridge in IOS you will need to iron out a few sections of config in a particular order and then link it all together with the “associate” commands. First, configure SCCP on the box and reference the UCM system(s) in your environment !define a source !reference your UCM system(s) and prioritize them when using redundancy interfacesccp local GigabitEthernet0/0 sccp ccm 192.168.1.10 identifier 1 priority 1 version 7.0 Next, build out your dspfarm profile for this conference.  This is where you allocate resources and specify codecs that are supported !name it and indicate its a conference. … Continue reading

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SIP URI as Preferred Caller ID

Typically and historically you think of caller ID information and you think of the numeric phone number or Directory Number (DN). However, with the advancement of video and its common deployment as part of a full Unified Communications Manager enterprise roll out the SIP URI might become your preference. Continue reading

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Calling Party Routing of Anonymous Calls SIP Header Fix Up

Cisco’s “Route Next Hop By Calling Party Number” translation pattern option has addressed the common question of “how do I route or block calls based on Caller ID?” since CUCM version 8. However, there still remains a limitation and that is how to deal with “Anonymous”, “Restricted” or “Unknown” Calling Numbers. The problem is that the SIP information actually lists this as part of the From header where CUCM typically would expect to see a numeric value. Continue reading

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