FYI,<br><br>We have qualified our Unity integration with CallManager 3.03b.<br><br>Our QA department has not yet finished testing Unity with CallManager 3.04a and 3.05a. <br><br>On that note,<br>There is a known issue with Release Transfers in the Unity integration to these versions of CallManager. Cisco is currently working on the issue.<br><br>There is also an issue that shows up on the some systems with these versions of CallManager and AvCiscoTsp 126.96.36.199. This issue has been fixed in AvCiscoTsp 188.8.131.52. AvCiscoTsp 184.108.40.206 will be in the Cisco directory of the Unity 2.4.5 CD.<br><br>You can also get it from the following ftp site.<br><br>ftp://ftp.activevoice.com/Outgoing/AvCiscoTsp/<br><br>Aaron Belcher<br>Software Engineer<br>Active Voice<br>email@example.com
AvCiscoTsp 220.127.116.11 assumes that it will receive a LineStat message for each connection it makes to the CallManager. On some CallManager 3.04 and 3.05 systems, this message is not sent to all the Unity connections.
When the AvCiscoTsp 18.104.22.168 receives a call on a port that has not received a LineStat message, the AvCiscoTsp 22.214.171.124 has problems. The symptoms are somewhat unpredictable. I have seen AvCiscoTsp 126.96.36.199 drop all of its connections to the CallManager. In this case, these connections were not reconnected until Unity was stopped and started.
AvCiscoTsp 188.8.131.52 is more robust and does not require this message from the CallManager.
Aaron Belcher Software Engineer Active Voice firstname.lastname@example.org
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