i've the OCS integrated with a CUCM 7.1.3 and all CUCMOC client are working fine. I'm trying to understand the normalization rules that i must to setup.
At the moment we have configured in the ldap server the numbers in E164 format like +39 049 xxxxx where x is the local number. I've already configured the Application dial rules and the directory lookup dial rules in the CUCM and what still i need to do is to run the COP file for the generation of the xlm files in the TFTP for the CUCMOC. Here is where i've some problem since that i can't find the COP file in the software download area.
The documentation says to navigate to Cisco UC Integration for Microsoft Office Communicator where i can only find the CUCMOC client, where i can download the COP file for the generation of the dial rules?
Another question, what steps are required if the ldap server store the telephone number in a private format like 2xxx? Is required the configuration of normalization rules in the OCS for translate the private number in a E164 format needed by the MOC?
You have to download the file and unzip it, it's buried in that file off CCO. Im not sure about your second question... The TFTP will download the CUCIMOC normalization rules down to the client. If the number is in 2xxx, then you should have a normalization for this specified in the rules.
Do you have an example of what you are trying to do? You stated all your numbers in AD are e.164 correct? You should not mix your standards up with both formats. Decide on one format and stick with it.
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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