When we book meetings using the tms scheduler we get an invalid h323/sip conference address. The system will connect these endpoints, however if for some reason they disconnected and want to reconnect they will not know the correct conference address.
Here is an example of a conference i setup through tms and a screenshot below and you will see the extra 3 digits(invalid) on the end of a sip address.
If the alias is not fixed, you can change the variable part to contain something appropriate for your conference.
As you type in the
field, you will see the preview change to reflect what you are typing. The variable can contain any alphanumeric characters. An example of a variable might be the name of the person who is hosting the conference.
Variable field is pre-populated by Cisco TMS with the first available number (to create a unique address) from 10000 and upwards. Note that this default value is hard-coded in Cisco TMS. If you do not change the variable, the auto-generated address which you can see in the Preview field will be used for the conference.
Does that provide a clear explainantion of the conference aliases that are being created?
Plase read through the section noted above regarding the aliases used. The use of the "%" is a variable, and the TMS will start with 10000 to appending to the alias for the dial URI. If you wish to use a static alias, You would need to configure the TMS as such.
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