Can Business Attendant Console be co-resident?

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Nov 6th, 2009
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Hi There,

I have a couple of questions regarding CUB-ATT-CON=

If the Business attendant console is a re-badged ARC console how come ARC support the enterprise console in a virtual environment and cisco don't?

Also does the server have to be a standalone server or can you utilise an existing server with other applications on it?

I have a customer who I am installing CUBB-ATT for and they only have 100 members of staff. It seems overkill to have a server and two PC's for two receptionists.



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Tommer Catlin Fri, 11/06/2009 - 13:16
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From what I gather, it must be Server 2003. If its not in the notes to be VMwared, then it has to be a box.

Now, I have heard this done, but its not supported.

At the AC desktop, run VMware 2003 virtual machine, load the ARC software (or whatever) then the client on the desktop. There you go. One machine. Only problem is that if that machine is down, no calls to Console.

As for co-resident, did you mean on another server? Im sure it could, but if AC is important to the customer, keep it separate.

Roger Terhune Fri, 11/06/2009 - 19:45
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You need to check your preconfigured apps on the host properties. Go to Security Profile under software setting to see if the firewall ports have been blocked.



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