None of the CUCM-registered endpoints support MultiWay conference escalation yet. When they do it will require a new version of CUCM anyways. MultiSite would have to be initiated from the VCS-registered endpoint.
To clarify on Jonathan's comment, CUCM-registered endpoints can be joined to a Multiway conference which is initiated by an endpoint registered on a VCS, while CUCM-registered endpoints currently can't be the Multiway initiator.
Appendix 6 ("Cisco TelePresence Multiway and CUCM") in the current CUCM deployment guide for VCS (
I have followed the document referenced. This only works for me when I force endpoints to do only SIP calls as the default call protocol. Merging calls to Multiway address (initiated from endpoint) fails when endpoints make H323 calls. Anyone have any thoughts what might be wrong? (CUCM 7.1.3)(VCS X7.0.3)(TMS 13.1.2)
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