I have a situation where a customer wants to connect a old site using an ISDX to the existing CCM cluster with a Checkmate DPNSS converter to q931 (using CCM 3.3 otherwise I would use Qsig)
The problem is that I can't get MWI across to the ISDX and the customer requires it.
I have spoke with Check mate and they state that if I can get an SMDI connection from unity to the convertor via a serial crossover cable then their box can convert the SMDI MWI message into the DPNSS stream, cool. But the integration is TAPI and therefore I cant see a way to get SMDI information out of the serial interface.
I have been told by someone at Cisco that;
If Unity is equipped with a 'Multiple Integrations' licence key (System > Licensing > Licensed Features), then, the SMDI instruction stream is generated simultaneously with the TAPI instructions for set MWI on/off.
But connecting a PC with hyper term to the back of the unity server I cant see any information on the com port.
Can anyone tell me if the statement is true, I have done a search on CCO but cant find anything on this and if it is true have you any idea what I am doing wrong?
Re: MWI; TAPI - SMDI Across a Checkmate Abridge DPNSS
If you're looking to only use the SMDI link for MWI signalling, then I think what you need is documented in the appendix of the Unity-CCM integration guides. Hopefully this will get you what you need...
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