OCS 07 RCC Integration

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Jun 30th, 2008

I'm currently using OCS 2007 Std with an Edge and Mediation. It's integrated with Cisco Cucm 6.1.1 and CUPS 6.0.2 with RCC

On Cucm I've configured a Sip Trunk to Mediation server

This integration is working fine. My question is how will communicator (configured for RCC) work when I'm remote.

I'll use myself as an example: I have a desktop at work running communicator, and a 7945 phone on my desk (with RCC); I also use a laptop at home or out of office running communicator. If I'm at home, I want to be able to call a pstn user by communicator using it as a device (not RCC when I'm out of office).

But it seams not working.

What's difference between RCC and Enterprise Voice + PBX integration ?

I have this problem too.
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mmcgille Mon, 07/07/2008 - 10:54


Communicator won't be able to control your phone when you aren't on the corporate LAN (which makes sense - it wouldn't do you any good to use your work phone from your home).

And unfortunately you can only choose RCC or Enterprise Voice with the OCS-CUPS integration. Cisco/Micorsoft don't support the EV+PBC integration option right now.

So you can't flip between RCC when at work and EV when at home. Crummy limitation.

Hope that helps.




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