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CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

Our CUPC clients have lost the ability to control the deskphone. The option is there to select the phone in CUPC, and deskphone control has been assigned to all users, however when you select deskphone it pauses and then moves to disabled, the softphones are working fine. This is probablly caused by some setting I've changed, I'm just not sure exactly what the problem could be?

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Robert

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Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

1) On CUCM > System > LDAP > LDAP Authentication > change the port to global catalog port (default is 3268).

2) Restart CTIManager on all CUCM nodes.

Michael

http://htluo.blogspot.com

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Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

First thing to verify is that the phone device are still associated with the user.  I can't think of what might have caused all the devices to become unassociated from the users, especially if the UPC devices (the softphone instances) are still associated.  But it is something to check.

Super Bronze

Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

Hi

A few other pointers:

- 'Deskphone control' as an assigned feature in the CUPS web interface has nothing to do with CUPC; it just refers to deskphone control for MOC clients.

- A common cause for this failing is auth timeouts if using AD integration on CCM - are you using that?

Aaron

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Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

Yes we are using AD integration. I did read something about changing the port listed for AD integration in the documentation. Is that something you would recommend?

Robert

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Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

1) On CUCM > System > LDAP > LDAP Authentication > change the port to global catalog port (default is 3268).

2) Restart CTIManager on all CUCM nodes.

Michael

http://htluo.blogspot.com

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Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

The LDAP server port was already set to 3268. Should I change this? This problem is currently affecting just about everyone.

Red

Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

Was CTIManager ever restared after the port was set to 3268?

If that has been done, we need CUPC problem report and CTIManager logs (at detailed level).

Thanks!

Michael

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Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

The port was never changed, it was set to that from the time of implementation. I can still try to restart the services this evening.

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Re: CUPC Unable to Control Deskphone

My mistake, I was looking at the LDAP port under a different setting where it had been set already. I corrected this under the LDAP > Auth. section and restarted the CTIManager services. Fixed that issue!

Thanks for the help,

Robert

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