BE 3000 with Jabber (for Mac) and webex connect integration problems
This is my first question on the forum so please be gentle!
I have a customer who has a Business Edition 3000 and they have purchased WebEx connect and Jabber integration to go with it.
My problem is I am having difficulty getting the setup to work and I have a number of questions on how to set this up. Most of the docs on Cisco's website seem to be related to either CUCME or full CUCM, but not a lot on BE 3000. My questions are below:
1. I have been reading the documentation for WebEx connect and it states to set the IP address of the BE 3000 server in the Configuration>Additional Services>Unified Communications>Voicemail tab. This is currently on the network with a 192.168.x.x address however. My predecessor put this IP address in the WebEx configuration page but I'm not sure this will work with a private IP as I don't know how this communicates back. The documentation isn't very clear on this. Does this have to be a public IP address / FQDN for it to work?
2. Are there any SRNDs for this type of setup that could help? Again, looking through the website hasn't turned anything up yet.
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