Re: Extension Mobility strange recommendation on CUCM 6.1.3
I beleive this can be done with some advanced scripting - but you will be extending the functionality to depend on an in-house app!
I have seen perl/php scripts that work with CCM to achieve some interesting stuff.....
I am not so big on scripting so not able to tell you how much work is needed to get this done!
I guess, for your requirement, you will need the script to store in a database all DNs against the MAC of the phone, and then everytime an EM user logs in, record the new DN against that MAC and then at the same time the script should insert a TP to translate the old DN to the logged in DN. Then when the user logs out, or the system logs the users out, the script should then remove that TP.
So, in summary, there would be 2 seperate DN fields (1st for all originals (this shouldn't change), 2nd for EM changes) against all MACs on the CCM datastore. The script is marely looking for any changes in the new_DN field for any MACs on the CCM datastore. Whenever there is a change in the new_DN field - i.e. when EM is used (now that the orig_DN field no longer a match with new_DN value = EM has taken place), script will need to insert a TP as discussed.....and delete when the fields are a match once again!
EM not occured
Will be interested to know why your customer wants such solution? What is the nature of their business??
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