We are looking to utilize the remote call control through the CUCIMOC integration. We are running CUCM 7.x, CUPS 8.x, and OCS 2007. I have looked over the document: Integration Note for Configuring Cisco Unified Presence Release 8.0 with Microsoft OCS for Microsoft Office Communicator Call Control.
I am confused on a few parts of it and was hoping someone here could help me get through them. The specific section I am confused on is when configuring the user on Microsoft Active Directory.
- The instructions say to enter the SIP URI...is this just sip:firstname.lastname@example.org or do we leave sip off? Also, is it supposed to be their userid or extension?
- A few steps later, it says to enter the Line URI value, which they explained earlier on in the document is tel:xxxx;phone-context=dialsting. But when it says to enter the Line URI, it says to note the following:
Enter the Remote Call Control SIP URI; for example, sip:email@example.com, where my-cups.my-domain.com specifies the FQDN of the Cisco Unified Presence server that you configured for this integration.
This seems to be conflicting with what was said about the Line URI earlier. If its the tel:xxxx;phone-context=dialsting, do we enter that as is or fill in the xxxx and/or dialstring. If its sip:firstname.lastname@example.org, is this different than the SIP URI they had us configure above?
Finally, if we aren't using any type of certificates, do we have to configure Presence as an authenticated host on Microsoft OCS? If so and we aren't using certificates, what do we enter when it says to: Select on FQDN and enter the CUP X.509 Subject Common Name as it appears in its certificate.
Hopefully these questions make sense and I appreciate any help I can get.
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