The Cisco Mobility solution is verified with only Cisco equipment. This solution may also work with other third-party PSTN gateways and Session Border Controllers (SBCs), but each Cisco Mobility feature is not guaranteed to work as expected.
If you are using this solution with third-party PSTN gateways or SBCs, Cisco technical support may not be able to resolve problems that you encounter.
Configure LDAP Directory
You can add users from your corporate directory to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager database by synchronizing the user data to the database. Cisco Unified Communications Manager allows synchronization from the following directories to the database:
This is an updated list for this release.
Microsoft Active Directory 2000
Microsoft Active Directory 2003 R1 & R2 (32-bit)
Microsoft Active Directory 2008 R1 (32-bit) & R2 (64-bit)
Microsoft Active Directory Application Mode 2003 R1 & R2 (32-bit)
Microsoft Lightweight Directory Services 2008 R1 (32-bit) & R2 (64-bit)
Sun ONE Directory Server 5.2
Sun ONE Directory Server 6.x
Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition 11gR1
Phones Not Certified
This information applies to CSCua87279.
Destination Configuration Settings section that appears in the “Cisco Unified
Mobility” chapter of the
Communications Manager Features and Services Guide states that the
Mobile Phone check box does not apply to dual-mode phones that are running SIP,
such as DoCoMo N902iL and DoCoMo N906i. This information is correct. However,
the DoCoMo phones should not be explicitly mentioned since neither phone has
been certified with Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
Prompts for TAPS
If you need to
install language prompts other than English, you must install the Locale
Installer on all nodes in your Unified CM cluster. After you install the Locale
Installer, you must pull the locale specific AAR file that the Locale Installer
saves to the Unified CM TFTP directory and install that file in Cisco Unified
Contact Center Express.
Locale Installer that contains your language from cisco.com.
Locale Installer on each Unified CM cluster node.
installations on installing locales in Unified CM, see "Software Upgrades" in
Unified Communication Operating System Administration Guide.
Login to Cisco
Unified Operating System Administration and choose
Upgrades > TFTP File Management.
Search for the
AAR file that the Locale Installer installed in Unified CM’s TFTP directory.
Login to Cisco
Unified Operating System CLI.
Use the file get tftp <AAR file
name> CLI command to get the file from Unified CM’s TFTP directory.
See the Cisco
Unified Contact Center Express product documentation for instructions on how to
install and configure the AAR file in Cisco Unified Contact Center Express.
for Video Streams
Communications Manager Release 9.0 supports IPv4 only for video
streams. Calls between video endpoints and an application must use IPv4 only
for both voice and video media streams.
Before Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Release 9.0, there was one exception. Cisco Unified
Video Advantage, which uses IPv4 exclusively, could be associated with a
dual-stack Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) IP phone, forming a composite
endpoint which could, in certain circumstances, use IPv6 for voice and, at the
same time, IPv4 for video media streams.
In Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Release 9.0 and later, this exception is no longer
supported, and video will be disabled whenever a dual-stack IP phone configured
in dual-stack or IPv6-only mode is associated with Cisco Unified Video
Advantage. IP phones associated with Cisco Unified Video Advantage must be
reconfigured to use IPv4 only for voice, if they are to continue to support
Certificate Warnings with IM and Presence Service
This information applies to CSCum63324.
When using the
Cisco Jabber client, certificate warning messages can
be encountered if the IP address is configured as the
IM and Presence Service node name. To prevent
Cisco Jabber from generating certificate warning
messages, the FQDN should be used as the node name.
LBM Hub Node TCP
Port 9004 Must Only Be Accessible by Trusted Nodes
Unified CM 9.0(1)
introduces a new architecture for propagating Locations Bandwidth information
end-to-end in a multi cluster environment. In the initial release, this feature
is not secured so it is critical that only trusted hosts are able to access TCP
Port 9004 on any node configured as a Locations Bandwidth Manager (LBM) Hub
Node. Future versions of Unified CM will implement a solution to verify the
authenticity of this signaling. This requirement does not apply for isolated
clusters with no LBM Hub Node Groups configured.
Locale Installer Locale File for Belgium
This information applies to CSCua01779.
Because the primary
language spoken in Belgium is Dutch, you can download the Dutch (Netherlands)
locale file, for example, cm-locale-nl_NL- 184.108.40.2060-1.cop.sgn (Cisco Unified
Communications Locale Installer 220.127.116.1100-1 Dutch (Netherlands)). Secondary
languages commonly spoken in Belgium are French and German.
Supported for Some Unified CM Components
Localization is not
supported for the following
Communications Manager, Release 9.0(1) components:
Cisco Unified CM
Administration is localized for Japanese, Chinese, and Korean;
Cisco Unified CM
Administration > Help only supports Japanese.
RD Numbers Cannot
Be Provisioned on Two Different Clusters
The same RD
cannot be provisioned on two different clusters. If a call is made across two
clusters, the dtmf signal, and some other signals, will stop forwarding after
hitting the first provisioned RD cluster. The second cluster will not receive
Unified CM Assigns
a Nonsecure Conference Bridge When the Conference is Initiated by a Nonsecure
If a nonsecure phone
that is assigned to a media resource group list initiates a conference and a
nonsecure conference bridge is available in the media resource group list,
Cisco Unified Communications Manager allocates the nonsecure conference bridge
even if a secure conference bridge with a higher priority ranking is also
available in the media resource group list.