Hi there - has anyone been able to get presence 7.0 set up to use Webex as the conferencing server?
The instructions (CUPS 7.0 Admin Guide) say to do the following:
You must specify conferencing server names, addresses, ports, and protocol types in Cisco Unified Presence Administration so that Cisco Unified Personal Communicator can interact with
Before You Begin
ï£¹ Configure a supported conferencing server.
ï£¹ Obtain the hostname or IP address, and the port number, of the conferencing server.
ï£¹ If you are configuring a Cisco Webex Meeting Center server for conferencing, you will need the Site ID and the Partner ID values assigned to your Cisco Webex site. If you do not have these values,obtain them from your Cisco Webex administrator.
Hi Michael - that makes sense, I am just a bit confused when presence asks for the Webex Site ID and Partner ID
Enter the ID number assigned to your Cisco Webex site. Cisco Webex provides you with an ID number for your customer site when you deploy the Cisco Webex product. If you do not have a Site ID number, please contact your Cisco Webex administrator.
Enter the Partner ID (PID) value assigned to your Cisco Webex site. Cisco Webex provides you with a PID when they enable the Cisco Webex Application Programming Interface (API) on your Cisco Webex site. If you do not have a PID, please contact your Cisco Webex administrator.
Webex support had no information on this, neither did my webex customer rep.
It sounds like you were not talking to the right people.
I'm not a webex expert. IMHO, Site ID and Partner ID are some API (application programming interface) things. The regular "customer rep" won't have this information. You need to get this higher to some "partner relationship rep". :)
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