Once the URL Services is configured, you must configure the service and then have the users subscribe to the newly created service. Cisco CallManager ships with a sample service you can point to, in order to ensure that your services are working. Follow the steps below to use the Sample service.
Steps to create a sample service:
1 Open Cisco CallManager 3.0 Administration web pages.
2 Click Feature > Cisco IP Phone Services.
3 In the box labeled "Service Name" enter Sample.
4 In the box labeled "Service Description" enter Sample IP Phone service.
5 In the box labeled "Service URL" enter http:///CCMUser/sample/sample.asp replacing
"" with the IP address of a server where the web pages were installed.
6 Click Insert.
The left-hand column should now display "Sample" in bold text.
To configure the Cisco 7960/7940 phone to use sample service:
1 Click User > Global Directory.
2 Click Add New user.
3 Enter appropriate information in the appropriate fields.
4 Click Associate Devices.
5 Check the box next to the appropriate phone number and click the radio button on the same line (to make this phone the primary line).
6 Click Insert.
7 Open a web browser and enter the following link: http:///CCMUser (replacing with the IP address of a server where the web pages were installed - typically the primary database server) and press .
7 In the "User Identification" box, enter the userID of the user you entered in previously.
8 In the "Password" box, enter the appropriate password of the user you entered in previously.
9 Select the phone from the "Select a device to configure" drop-down box.
10 Click Configure your Cisco IP Phone Services.
11 Select Sample from the "Select a Service" drop-down box.
12 Click Continue.
13 Click Subscribe.
14 Click Log off. The user's phone now has services enabled.
Other sample services are avaialble via the IP Phone Services Resource Kit on CCO, or in the book developing cisco ip phone services available from cisco press.
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