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cue# sh ccn subsystem jtapi Cisco Call Manager: 10.10.210.11,10.10.210.10 CCM JTAPI Username: jtapi CCM JTAPI Password: ***** Call Control Group 1 CTI ports: 3601,3602 Call Control Group 1 MWI port: CSS for redirects from route points: ccm-default CSS for redirects from CTI ports: redirecting-party
cue# sh ccn trigger jtapi
Name: 3600 Type: JTAPI Application: voicemail Locale: en_GB Idle Timeout: 10000 Enabled: yes Maximum number of sessions: 4 Call Control Group: 1
Name: 3100 Type: JTAPI Application: autoattendant Locale: en_GB Idle Timeout: 10000 Enabled: yes Maximum number of sessions: 4 Call Control Group: 1
I tried different versions of CUE 7.1.7, 8.6.1, 8.6.4 and all gave me the same jtapi error until it came to me that try pinging from the cue to the CUCM and i couldn't, so I started troubleshooting that and realized that I had "ip nat inside" on the ISM 0/0 interface.
So just wanted to let you know when troubleshooting jtapi login try pinging the CUCM server from cue module.
If it works, you are good on that end. But if you can't ping troubleshoot that first!
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