I have used UCCX for a number of years but I am a newbie on UCCE.
What is a Peripheral Gateway (PG)? I have read a number of CCO documents but i still couldn't grab the idea of what it does. Some documents called it Agent PG, some called VRU PG, some called CM PG & another one called IVR PG?
So what is PG?
Would greatly appreciated if anyone can shed some light on this.
Interfaces to various ‗peripheral‘ devices, specifically to Unified CM, VRU (Unified IP IVR or Unified CVP), or Multichannel products (EIM and WIM for email and chat). The PG includes one or more Peripheral Interface Managers (PIMs) for the specific device interfaces.
Think about at as a bridge to other apps, when Geotel design ICM the idea was that it will integrate to various vendors, i.e. Avaya, Aspect, Rockwell, etc. CUCM is one possible integration, so when ICM is integrated with CUCM the solution is called UCCE. PGs are there to integrate CUCM for example to ICM central controllers, it is there to also integrate IVR solution such as CVP, you can share the same physical PG for multiple integrations with some limitations as described in SRND. So CUCM PG would be considered agent PG and CVP would be VRU PG (separate PIMs).
If you have not read the SRND yet, it would be an excellent idea is it describes UCCE different architectures in details, here is the link:
That is a process for controlling Cisco desktop, you have 3 desktop options these days:
2. CTI OS
3. Finesse (new)
depending on which one you are running you need to have proper process installed/running, these typically run on the PG physical server. Again all of this is nicely described in the SRND I provided link for.
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