I'm connecting Unity Express 3.2 to CCM 4.2 where I need the jtapi user and password. The issue is that I've done everything succesfully except that there is no option in the CCM to add/edit password. I can create user and pin but it won't help in connecting the two. Can anyone suggest a solution if I missed something on the CCM and/or if its a bug?
Prompt reply will be appreciated.
Hi, there's no 'User Password*' and 'Confirm Password*' field while creating new user?
Once the user is already created on the user edit page there should be a 'Change...' button besides 'User Password' field.
These all fields should be visible for all user permission groups.
No, there is no option for 'user password' and 'confirm password', nor I can see after adding the user. Though, there is option to add/edit the 'pin'.
That's interesting! I think the installatoin is currupted i'm not sure though! Have you checked it browsing the ccmadmin page from inside OS?
If you have any existing user and the password is known, then use the user with CTI permissions added on user page.
I haven't tried connecting from inside the OS but I'll try that.
Other than that, I've username and password which was previously created for another site with devices associated to it. As you mentioned to add these new devices/cti ports, my concern is, what would be the impact of adding these new cti ports.
Hi, you can use the same user to integrate with multiple systems, no bad impact!
Just create different CTI ports and VM profile.
Thanks for the clarification. I'll add the CTI ports to the same jtapi user and see if everything works fine. Thanks again for the input.
I've added the cti ports to the jtapi user but there is still an issue with the voice mail. By trying to call the trigger number or by pressing the mail button, I got the busy signal.
I've created the voice mail profile, pilot number, cti route point, cti ports and configured everything according to cisco documentation, including jtapi policy map on router. Did I miss something? I mean what might the possible reason for getting busy signal?
Btw, I've configured translation on the ccm 4.2 to convert DID calls from xxx9999 to xxx4999, where 4xxx are extension numbers. Will this translation affect the voicemail ports? I don't think it will but asking otherwise.
If you view the CTI RPs and ports in CCMAdmin, do you see them shown as 'registered'?
I can see the CTI RP as registered but the "Cisco Voice Mail Ports" are not. Any reason?
Can you screen grab your system/CTI ports menu in CUE Web admin?
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I did manage to get that sort out but now a new issue is on the horizon. Now I can access the voicemail ports/pilot with prompts ans can set mailbox up but even after configuring the CFB & CFNA for the user, I still can't access it from outside and get a busy tone. I'm so pissed off!
Ok, somehow I did it. To get rid of the fast busy on voicemail, I had to remove everything and start from scratch.
1st thing I did was remove Voice Mail Profile, Voicemail Pilot and then remove all CTI Ports and the CTI RP. After that I removed all UnAssgined DN in the Route Plan section, it is important to do this else you might fail again and will get Fast Busy on VM.
Then, step by step I created CTI RP, 8 CTI Ports, VM Pilot with DN as CTI RP. Created VM Profile and added the the VM Pilot. I associated CTI ports and CTI RP with the Jtapi user and reloaded the Unity Express.
In the mean time I removed the Extension (DN) I was using for the VM testing and created a new DN assigning the VM Profile and checking the tik boxes for VM. After that I went to Serviceability, stopped the CTI services and restarted. Bingo!! It worked like a charm.
If any one interested I can provide the configuration on the router side too.