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we have deployed the Cisco BE6K solution for the customer and they want us to do the below features
- Voice conferencing resorces and list for cisco 7937 conference phone
- XML application for managerial IP Phones (like RSS Feeds from BBC...)
You will need to use the CUCM SDK for IP Phones to do the XML application services...Look on cisco cco site and you should be able to find scripts that you can modify for this..
I dont understand what you mean by voice conference list....
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A quick google search shows a few companies that sell the scripts to do this. If you want to make it on your own and have a good amount of programming background, you can view details about the IP Phone Services SDK at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/voicesw/ps6788/phones/ps379/product_data_sheet09186a00800925a8.html.
Once you have the script working, you just point the phones to it by adding a phone service and enabling Enterprise Subscription or manually associating phones to the service.
agree with Brian - you should search for the third party already working solution.
E.g. 2Ring has one - PHONE SERVICES (http://www.2ring.com/NewJuice).
Moreover, FREE or TRIAL license obviously available.
KENNEDY BIZUAYEHU TADEGE wrote:
where do i get the XML file that points to the RSS feeds ?
How do i associate the web server with CUCM ?
In case it isn't clear, your web server fetches the content, parses it, and creates the xml to be served to the phones. If you're comfortable programming (guessing .net since you installed iis), it's relatively easy.