Cisco Support Community
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Announcements

Welcome to Cisco Support Community. We would love to have your feedback.

For an introduction to the new site, click here. And see here for current known issues.

Multiple Provisioning Phonebooks

I've some clients (government entities) that are sharing a VCS Expressway; they each have their own VCS Control, their own SIP domains, and their own TMS installation.  None of the TMS applications is directly managing the VCS Expressway as it's own device.

If two of the clients want to use Jabber Video for Telepresence (a.k.a. Movi), will the provisioning phonebooks remain separate (they can each have their own phonebook "phonebook@companyA.com" and "phonebook@companyB.com", and searchable for Jabber clients registering to the Expressway?  Or does this break the phonebook model?  Do I have to use just a single provisioning phonebook, even though they're on separate domains?

Thanks.

Everyone's tags (2)
1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions

Multiple Provisioning Phonebooks

Can't see how it would break the phonebook model as long as you are not doing provisioning on the VCS-E.

When registering to the VCS-E., both authentication and provisioning should be done by the VCS-C the user "belongs" to.

/jens

Please rate replies and mark question(s) as "answered" if applicable.

Please rate replies and mark question(s) as "answered" if applicable.
2 REPLIES

Multiple Provisioning Phonebooks

Can't see how it would break the phonebook model as long as you are not doing provisioning on the VCS-E.

When registering to the VCS-E., both authentication and provisioning should be done by the VCS-C the user "belongs" to.

/jens

Please rate replies and mark question(s) as "answered" if applicable.

Please rate replies and mark question(s) as "answered" if applicable.

Multiple Provisioning Phonebooks

Thank you; that was my thought as well, but I had this niggling doubt at the back of my mind that I couldn't squash without hearing it from someone else first. 

188
Views
0
Helpful
2
Replies