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Extension Mobility in ccm 5.1(2)

I am a bit curious here. I cant seem to see where phones can be subscribed to services as you do in 4.1.

I have had to go to phone services and copy the url in the login service to the service column in the phone..

Is there no other way to just subscribe to a srvice like in 4.1

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Re: Extension Mobility in ccm 5.1(2)

Hi Deji, you can certainly subscribe to services either through BAT when you configured the Phone or UDP template.

Or alternatively through the Device/Phones option menu when adding a Phone directly.

In either scenario, open the related link drop-down arrow on the right of the window and you should see subscribe/unsubscribe services.

Hope this helps

Regards

Allan.

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Re: Extension Mobility in ccm 5.1(2)

Allan,

Thanks. I have seen it now.

Previuosly I sent you this post. I am not sure you got it...

Posted by: aokanlawon - Dec 3, 2007, 5:15am PST

Alan thanks I have been able to see this file as suggested.

I will formally ask to be a friend, you have been very helpful on this forum.

My name is Deji Okanlawon. I work with a cisco Gold Partner by name NSCGlobal in London.

My email is deji.okanlawon@nscglobal.com and youngmillionaredeji@yahoo.com.

If you could drop me an email, I would love to keep in touch with you and learn from you!

One more thing,

Have you ever chekced the replication status on the Publisher using the utils dbreplication staus command? Each time I try to use it it takes forever and I have had to restart the server because I do not get a response in time.

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