Jaime Valencia Thu, 12/11/2008 - 08:38
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no, you need to use an IVR as you mention or MPE. CUCM does no have the capability to provide security to meetme by itself.


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Pranjol Saikia Fri, 07/01/2011 - 04:30
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The above requirement of starting the MeetMe conference through an external phone(PSTN) along with authentication,limit of users per conference and scheduleing feature IS POSSIBLE through an application and we have done it.

thisisshanky Sat, 07/02/2011 - 09:13
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First off, the meetme bridge has to be started by the host, which i assume you understand is a requirement. If you do have IPCC, you can create a script to define a pin as a variable (this will be meeting password). Calls can come in via PSTN and hits a CTI route point thats registered to IPCC and routes to an IPCC Script. The IPCC script will prompt for a meeting password. This password you can change any time from the Applications page on IPCC Express. If the password entered is correct, it can be told to route the call usine a Call Redirect step in the script back to the meet me number and let the caller join the meet me bridge..


additionally this can be done even with  CUE instead of IPCC because the script in CUE can pretty much do the same..


Hope this makes sense..

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