VCS expressway mobile or jabber guest mode or both ?
I've installed in my Lab VCS expressway C and E for mobile remote access . Now i would like to test also Jabber Guest , according to Cisco Doc it's NOT possible to use the same VCS for the both features. As i don't want to re-configure a new VCS , is it possible to use the same VCS either for Mobile access OR for Jabber Guest access JUST by changing parameters "unified communication mode" on VCS from mobile access to jabber guest ? ( and for sure configure jabber guest server and all required parameters )
Hi - I'm not familiar with the configuration required for MRA, however you should be able to reconfigure the same VCS pair for Jabber Guest, instead of MRA. Just not sure if what you list above is all that needs to be changed. Try it out though, and report back with your results!
Promotion: Available through December 31st 2014, each CUCM 9.X or higher customer with ESW and UCSS is eligible for a Jabber Guest session bundle which includes two free Expressway Rich Media Sessions and two sessions of Jabber Guest. Note that the Rich Media Sessions work out to two sessions across both the E and the C, i.e. two Rich Media Sessions on theSeries E and two Rich Media Sessions on the Series C Servers
The promotion provides 2 concurrent sessions of Guest and 4 Rich Media Sessions. It does not include any hardware or VCS servers, so you would need to either use existing Expressway E & C, or Purchase if you don't already have them.
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