What does the Jabber service and client provide and what does the CUPC client provide? Do I need both? Which will provide me video conferencing? Can I interface with SAMETIME and have all of the same features for the users, between the users? Are there any limitations?
Thank you Leonardo. I was able to access the second link.
But I do have a few more questions...
What does "not support video calls in deskphone mode only in softphone mode mean?"
So CUPC and Jabber use independent servers, and they have their own clients. According to the document it says I need "CUP, CUCM and Unity Connection or in a Cloud-based soultion using the Cisco Webex services". Does this mean if I use the combination of products I don't require Webex? Can I build my own Cloud-based Webex solution, or is the one that I have to subscribe to?
Is there a protocol diagram showing how all talk to one another via protocol? Are all connections encrypted?
For my client message can I have it take the information from the users Exchange Calendar vice them selecting Available, Away, and Do Not disturb?
Jabbers client is collecting numbers from a directory server. Does this directory server retrieve the information from Active directory? We want to have a central source for all user information.
To perform desktop sharing I need CUCM 8.6 and associating a "device" with a BFCP-enabled SIP profile. I'm not clear on associated a device and what BFCP is. What if the user doesn't use the same workstation everyday, or their mobile. Do we just need to ensure all devices are registered with CUCM? We also use VDI. Not sure how all of this ties together.
What kind of Sametime connectivity are you looking for? Do you have Sametime now, and if so, what version and what directory are you using? Will the Sametime and Jabber/CUPC users be two separate communities that you are trying to link together, or are you looking at these as alternative client choices?
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
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