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Enabling the GUI

Table Of Contents

Enabling the GUI

Contents

Prerequisites for Enabling the GUI

Restrictions for Enabling the GUI

Information About Enabling the GUI

Cisco Unified CME GUI Support

AAA Authentication

How to Enable the GUI

Enabling the HTTP Server

Enabling GUI Access for the System Administrator

Accessing the Cisco Unified CME GUI

Restrictions

Creating a Customized XML File for Customer Administrator GUI

Enabling GUI Access for Customer Administrators

Prerequisites

Using the Cisco Unified CME GUI to Define a Customer Administrator Account

Using Cisco IOS Software Commands to Define a Customer Administrator Account

Enabling GUI Access for Phone Users

Prerequisites

Using the Cisco Unified CME GUI to Define a Phone User Account

Using Cisco IOS Software Commands to Define a Phone User Account

Troubleshooting the Cisco Unified CME GUI

Configuration Examples for Enabling the GUI

HTTP and Account Configuration: Example

XML Configuration File Template: Example

XML Configuration File: Example

Additional References

Related Documents

Technical Assistance

Feature Information for Enabling the GUI


Enabling the GUI


Last Updated: February 14, 2008

This chapter describes the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (Cisco Unified CME) graphical user interface (GUI) and explains how to set it up accounts for system administrators, customer administrators, and phone users.

Finding Feature Information in This Module

Your Cisco Unified CME version may not support all of the features documented in this module. For a list of the versions in which each feature is supported, see the "Feature Information for Enabling the GUI" section.

Contents

Prerequisites for Enabling the GUI

Restrictions for Enabling the GUI

Information About Enabling the GUI

How to Enable the GUI

Configuration Examples for Enabling the GUI

Additional References

Feature Information for Enabling the GUI

Prerequisites for Enabling the GUI

GUI files must be copied into flash memory on the router. For information, see "Installing and Upgrading Cisco Unified CME Software".

To use a phone user account in the Cisco Unified CME GUI to configure speed dials on a phone that is enabled for Extension Mobility, Cisco Unified CME GUI 4.2.1 or a later version must be installed on the Cisco router.

Restrictions for Enabling the GUI

Cisco Unified CME GUI files are version-specific; GUI files for one version of Cisco Unified CME are not compatible with any other version of Cisco Unified CME. If you are downgrading or upgrading your Cisco Unified CME version, you must downgrade or upgrade your GUI files. For information, see "Installing and Upgrading Cisco Unified CME Software".

The user name parameter of any authentication credential must be unique. Do not use the same value for a user name when you configure any two or more authentication credentials in Cisco Unified CME, such as the username for any Cisco United CME GUI account and the user name in a logout or user profile for Extension Mobility.

Extension Mobility options in Cisco Unified CME GUI 4.2.1 and later versions cannot be accessed from the System Administrator or Customer Administrator login screens.

To access the GUI, you must use Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or a later version. Other browsers are not supported.

If you use an XML configuration file to create a customer administrator login, the XML file can have a maximum size of 4000 bytes.

The password of the system administrator cannot be changed through the GUI. Only the password of a customer administrator or a phone user can be changed through the GUI.

If more than 100 phones are configured, choosing to display all phones results in a long delay before results appear.

Information About Enabling the GUI

To enable GUI support, you should understand the following concepts:

Cisco Unified CME GUI Support

AAA Authentication

Cisco Unified CME GUI Support

The Cisco Unified CME GUI provides a web-based interface to manage most system-level and phone-based features. In particular, the GUI facilitates the routine additions and changes associated with employee turnover, allowing these changes to be performed by nontechnical staff. The GUI provides three levels of access to support the following user classes:

System administrator—Able to configure all system-level and phone-based features. This person is familiar with Cisco IOS software and VoIP network configuration.

Customer administrator—Able to perform routine phone additions and changes without having access to system-level features. This person does not have to be familiar with Cisco IOS software.

Phone user—Able to program a small set of features on his or her own phone and search the Cisco Unified CME directory. In Cisco Unified CME GUI 4.2.1 and later versions, phone users can use the GUI to set up personal speed dials for an Extension Mobility phone. The same credential for logging into an Extension Mobility phone can be used to log into the Cisco Unified CME GUI.

The user name parameter of any authentication credential must be unique. Do not use the same value for a user name when you configure any two or more authentication credentials in Cisco Unified CME, such as the username for any Cisco United CME GUI account and the user name in a logout or user profile for Extension Mobility.

The Cisco Unified CME GUI uses HTTP to transfer information from the router to the PC of an administrator or phone user. The router must be configured as an HTTP server, and an initial system administrator username and password must be defined from the router command-line interface (CLI). Additional accounts for customer administrators and phone users can be added from the Cisco Unified CME router using Cisco IOS software commands or from a PC using GUI screens.

Cisco Unified CME provides support for eXtensible Markup Language (XML) cascading style sheets (files with a .css suffix) that can be used to customize the browser GUI display.

AAA Authentication

The GUI supports authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) authentication for system administrators through a remote server when this capability is enabled with the ip http authentication command. If authentication through the server fails, the local router is searched.

Using the ip http authentication command prevents unauthorized users from accessing the Cisco Unified CME router. If this command is not used, the enable password for the router is the only requirement to authenticate user access to the GUI. Instead, we recommend you use the local or TACACS authentication options, configured as part of a global AAA framework. By explicitly using the ip http authentication command, you designate alternative authentication methods, such as by a local login account or by the method that is specified in the AAA configuration on the Cisco Unified CME router. If you select the AAA authentication method, you must also define an authentication method in your AAA configuration.

For information on configuring AAA authentication, see "Configuring Authentication" chapter of the Cisco IOS Security Configuration Guide.

How to Enable the GUI

This section contains the following procedures:

Enabling the HTTP Server (required)

Enabling GUI Access for the System Administrator (required)

Accessing the Cisco Unified CME GUI (required)

Creating a Customized XML File for Customer Administrator GUI (optional)

Enabling GUI Access for Customer Administrators (optional)

Enabling GUI Access for Phone Users (optional)

Troubleshooting the Cisco Unified CME GUI (optional)

Enabling the HTTP Server

To enable the HTTP server, and specify the path to files for the GUI and a method of user authentication for security, perform the following steps. The HTTP server on a router is disabled by default.

SUMMARY STEPS

1. enable

2. configure terminal

3. ip http server

4. ip http path flash:

5. ip http authentication {aaa | enable | local | tacacs}

6. exit

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command or Action
Purpose

Step 1 

enable

Example:

Router> enable

Enables privileged EXEC mode.

Enter your password if prompted.

Step 2 

configure terminal

Example:

Router# configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 3 

ip http server

Example:

Router(config)# ip http server

Enables the HTTP server on the Cisco Unified CME router.

Step 4 

ip http path flash:

Example:

Router(config)# ip http path flash:

Sets the location of the HTML files used by the HTTP web server to flash memory on the router.

Step 5 

ip http authentication {aaa | enable | local | tacacs}

Example:

Router(config)# ip http authentication aaa

Specifies the method of authentication for the HTTP server. Default is the enable keyword.

aaa—Indicates that the authentication method used for the AAA login service should be used for authentication. The AAA login service method is specified by the aaa authentication login command.

enable—Uses the enable password. This is the default if this command is not used.

local—Uses login username, password, and privilege level access combination specified in the local system configuration (by the username command).

tacacs—Uses TACACS (or XTACACS) server.

Step 6 

exit

Example:

Router(config)# exit

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Enabling GUI Access for the System Administrator

To define an initial username and password for a system administrator to access the GUI and enable the GUI to be used to set the time and to add directory listings, perform the following steps.

SUMMARY STEPS

1. enable

2. configure terminal

3. telephony-service

4. web admin system name username {password string | secret {0 | 5} string}

5. dn-webedit

6. time-webedit

7. end

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command or Action
Purpose

Step 1 

enable

Example:

Router> enable

Enables privileged EXEC mode.

Enter your password if prompted.

Step 2 

configure terminal

Example:

Router# configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 3 

telephony-service

Example:

Router(config)# telephony-service

Enters telephony-service configuration mode.

Step 4 

web admin system name username {password string | secret {0 | 5} string}

Example:

Router(config-telephony)# web admin system name pwa3 secret 0 wp78pw

Defines username and password for a system administrator.

name username—Unique alphanumeric string to identify a user for this authentication credential only. Default is Admin.

password string—String to verify system administrator's identity. Default is empty string.

secret {0 | 5} string—Digit specifies state of encryption of the string that follows:

0—Password that follows is not encrypted.

5—Password that follows is encrypted using Message Digest 5 (MD5).

Note The secret 5 keyword pair is used in the output of show commands when encrypted passwords are displayed. It indicates that the password that follows is encrypted.

Step 5 

dn-webedit

Example:

Router(config-telephony)# dn-webedit

(Optional) Enables the ability to add directory numbers through the web interface.

The no form of this command disables the ability to create IP phone extension telephone numbers. That ability could disrupt the network wide management of telephone numbers.

If this command is not used, the ability to create directory numbers is disabled by default.

Step 6 

time-webedit

Example:

Router(config-telephony)# time-webedit

(Optional) Enables the ability to set the phone time for the Cisco Unified CME system through the web interface.

Note We do not recommend this method for setting network time. The router should be set up to automatically synchronize its router clock from a network-based clock source using Network Time Protocol (NTP). In the rare case that a network NTP clock source is not available, use the time-webedit command to allow manual setting and resetting of the router clock through the GUI.

Step 7 

end

Example:

Router(config-telephony)# end

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Accessing the Cisco Unified CME GUI

To access the Cisco Unified CME router through the GUI to make configuration changes, perform the following steps.


Note In Cisco Unified CME GUI 4.2.1 and later versions, phone users can use the GUI to set up personal speed dials for an Extension Mobility phone. The same credential for logging on to an Extension Mobility phone can be used to log into the Cisco Unified CME GUI.


Restrictions

The Cisco Unified CME GUI requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or a later version. Other browsers are not supported.

Extension Mobility options in Cisco Unified CME GUI 4.2.1 and later versions cannot be accessed from the System Administrator or Customer Administrator login screens.

DETAILED STEPS


Step 1 Go to the following URL:

http://router_ipaddress/ccme.html
 

where router_ipaddress is the IP address of your Cisco Unified CME router. For example, if the IP address of your Cisco Unified CME router is 10.10.10.176, enter the following:

http://10.10.10.176/ccme.html
 

Step 2 Enter your username and password at the login screen.

The Cisco Unified CME system evaluates your privilege level and presents the appropriate window. Note that users with Cisco IOS software privilege level 15 also have system-administrator-level privileges in the Cisco Unified CME GUI after being authenticated locally or remotely through AAA. The ip http authentication command that is configured on the Cisco Unified CME router determines where authentication occurs.

Step 3 After you login and are authenticated, the system displays one of the following home pages, based on your user level:

System administrator home page.

Customer administrator sees a reduced version of the options available on the system administrator page, according to the XML configuration file that the system administrator created.

Phone user home page.

After you log in successfully, access online help from the Help menu.


Creating a Customized XML File for Customer Administrator GUI

The XML configuration file specifies the parameters and features that are available to customer administrators and the parameters and features that are restricted. The file follows a template named xml.template, which conforms to the Cisco XML Document Type Definition (DTD), as documented in the Cisco IP Phone Services Application Development Notes. This template is one of the first Cisco Unified CME files that is downloaded during installation.

To edit and load the XML configuration file, perform the following steps.

SUMMARY STEPS

1. Copy the XML template and open it in any text editor.

2. Edit the XML template.

3. Copy the file to a TFTP or FTP server that can be accessed by the Cisco Unified CME router.

4. Copy your file to flash memory on the Cisco Unified CME router.

5. Load the XML file from router flash memory.

DETAILED STEPS


Step 1 Copy the XML template and open it in any text editor (see the "XML Configuration File Template: Example" section). Name the file something that is meaningful to you and use "xml" as its suffix. For example, you could name the file "custadm.xml."

Step 2 Edit the XML template. Within the template, each line that starts with a title enclosed in angle brackets describes an XML object and matches an entity name in the Cisco CME GUI. For example, "<AddExtension>" refers to the Add Extension capability, and "<Type>" refers to the Type field on the Add Extension window. For each object in the template, you have a choice of actions. Your choices appear within brackets; for example, "[Hide | Show]" indicates that you have a choice between whether this object is hidden or visible when a customer administrator logs in to the GUI. Delete the action that you do not want and the vertical bar and brackets around the actions.

For example, to hide the Sequence Number field, change the following text in the template file:

<SequenceNumber> [Hide | Show] </SequenceNumber>

 

to the following text in your configuration file:

<SequenceNumber> Hide </SequenceNumber>

 

Edit every line in the template until you have changed each choice in brackets to a single action and you have removed the vertical bars and brackets. A sample XML file is shown in the "XML Configuration File: Example" section.

Step 3 Copy the file to a TFTP or FTP server that can be accessed by the Cisco Unified CME router.

Step 4 Copy your file to flash memory on the Cisco Unified CME router.

Router# copy tftp flash

 

Step 5 Load the XML file from router flash memory.

Router(config)# telephony-service

Router(config-telephony)# web customize load filename

Router(config-telephony)# exit

 


Enabling GUI Access for Customer Administrators

Perform one of the following procedures to enable GUI access for a customer administrator, depending on the method you want to use:

Using the Cisco Unified CME GUI to Define a Customer Administrator Account

Using Cisco IOS Software Commands to Define a Customer Administrator Account

Prerequisites

Enable a system administrator account for GUI access. See the "Enabling GUI Access for the System Administrator" section.

Create the XML configuration file for the customer administrator GUI. See the "Creating a Customized XML File for Customer Administrator GUI" section.

Reload the XML file using the web customize load command if you have made changes to the customer administrator GUI.

Using the Cisco Unified CME GUI to Define a Customer Administrator Account

To allow the system administrator to use the GUI to create a customer administrator account, perform the following steps.

DETAILED STEPS


Step 1 From the Configure System Parameters menu, choose Administrator's Login Account.

Step 2 Complete the Admin User Name (username) and Admin User Type (Customer) fields. The username must be a unique alphanumeric string to identify a user for this authentication credential only.

Step 3 Complete the New Password field for the user that you are defining as a customer administrator. Type the password again to confirm it.

Step 4 Click Change for your changes to become effective.


Using Cisco IOS Software Commands to Define a Customer Administrator Account

To allow the system administrator to create a customer administrator account by using the Cisco IOS software command line interface, perform the following steps.

SUMMARY STEPS

1. enable

2. configure terminal

3. telephony-service

4. web admin customer name username password string

5. end

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command or Action
Purpose

Step 1 

enable

Example:

Router> enable

Enables privileged EXEC mode.

Enter your password if prompted.

Step 2 

configure terminal

Example:

Router# configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 3 

telephony-service

Example:

Router(config)# telephony-service

Enters telephony-service configuration mode.

Step 4 

web admin customer name username password string

Example:

Router(config-telephony)# web admin customer name user44 password pw10293847

Defines a username and password for a customer administrator.

name username—Unique alphanumeric string to identify a user for this authentication credential only. Default is Customer.

password string—String to verify customer administrator identity.

Step 5 

end

Example:

Router(config-telephony)# end

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Enabling GUI Access for Phone Users

Perform one of the following procedures to enable GUI access for a phone user, depending on the method you want to use:

Using the Cisco Unified CME GUI to Define a Phone User Account

Using Cisco IOS Software Commands to Define a Phone User Account

Prerequisites

Enable a system administrator account for GUI access. See the "Enabling GUI Access for the System Administrator" section.

Using the Cisco Unified CME GUI to Define a Phone User Account

To create a phone user account by using the Cisco Unified CME GUI, perform the following steps.

DETAILED STEPS


Step 1 From the Configure Phones menu, choose Add Phone to add GUI access for a user with a new phone or Change Phone to add GUI access for a user with an existing phone. The Add Phone screen or the Change Phone screen appears.

Step 2 Enter a username and password in the Login Account area of the screen. The username must be a unique alphanumeric string to identify a user for this authentication credential only. If you are adding a new phone, complete the other fields as appropriate.

Step 3 Click Change for your edits to become effective.


Using Cisco IOS Software Commands to Define a Phone User Account

To use commands in the ephone configuration mode to create credentials for phone users to log into the Cisco Unified CME GUI, perform the following steps for each phone user/phone combination.


Note You can also create phone user credentials for accessing the Cisco Unified CME GUI by using the user command in the voice user-profile configuration mode and the voice logout-profile mode. For configuration information, see "Configuring Extension Mobility".


SUMMARY STEPS

1. enable

2. configure terminal

3. ephone phone-tag

4. username username password password

5. end

DETAILED STEPS

 
Command or Action
Purpose

Step 1 

enable

Example:

Router> enable

Enables privileged EXEC mode.

Enter your password if prompted.

Step 2 

configure terminal

Example:

Router# configure terminal

Enters global configuration mode.

Step 3 

ephone phone-tag

Example:

Router(config)# ephone 2

Enters ephone configuration mode.

Step 4 

username username password password

Example:

Router(config-ephone)# username prx password pk59wq

Assigns a phone user login account name and password.

This allows the phone user to log in to the Cisco Unified CME GUI to change a limited number of personal settings.

username—Unique alphanumeric string to identify a user for this authentication credential only.

Step 5 

end

Example:

Router(config-ephone)# end

Returns to privileged EXEC mode.

Troubleshooting the Cisco Unified CME GUI

If you are having trouble starting the Cisco Unified CME GUI, try the following actions:


Step 1 Verify you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or a later version. No other browser is supported.

Step 2 Clear your browser cache or history.

Step 3 Verify that the GUI files in router flash memory are the correct version for the version of Cisco Unified CME that you have. Compare the filenames in flash memory with the list in the Cisco Unified CME software archive that you downloaded. Compare the sizes of files in flash memory with the sizes of the files in the tar archive for the Cisco Unified CME GUI to ensure that you have the most recent files installed in flash memory. If necessary, download the latest version from the Software Download website at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/ip-iostsp.


Configuration Examples for Enabling the GUI

This section contains the following examples:

HTTP and Account Configuration: Example

XML Configuration File Template: Example

XML Configuration File: Example

HTTP and Account Configuration: Example

The following example sets up the HTTP server and creates a system administrator account for pwa3, a customer administrator account for user44, and a user account for prx.

ip http server

ip http path flash:

ip http authentication aaa

 

telephony-service

 web admin system name pwa3 secret 0 wp78pw

 web admin customer name user44 password pw10293847

 dn-webedit

 time-webedit

 

ephone 25

 username prx password pswd

XML Configuration File Template: Example

<Presentation>
  <MainMenu>
     <!-- Take Higher Precedence over CLI "dn-web-edit" -->
     <AddExtension> [Hide | Show] </AddExtension>
     <DeleteExtension> [Hide | Show] </DeleteExtension>
     <AddPhone> [Hide | Show] </AddPhone>
     <DeletePhone> [Hide | Show] </DeletePhone>
  </MainMenu>
 
  <Extension>
      <!-- Control both view and change, and possible add or delete -->
      <SequenceNumber> [Hide | Show] </SequenceNumber>
      <Type> [Hide | Show] </Type>
      <Huntstop> [Hide | Show] </Huntstop>
      <Preference> [Hide | Show] </Preference>
      <HoldAlert> [Hide | Show] </HoldAlert>
      <TranslationRules> [Hide | Show] </TranslationRules>
      <Paging> [Hide | Show] </Paging>
      <Intercom> [Hide | Show] </Intercom>
      <MWI> [Hide | Show] </MWI>
      <MoH> [Hide | Show] </MoH>
      <LBDN> [Hide | Show] </LBDN> 
      <DualLine> [Hide | Show] </DualLine>
      <Reg> [Hide | Show] </Reg>
      <PGroup> [Hide | Show] </PGroup>
  </Extension>
 
  <Phone>
      <!-- control both view and change, and possible add and delete --->
      <SequenceNumber> [Hide | Show] </SequenceNumber>
  </Phone>
 
  <System>
     <!-- Control View Only -->
     <PhoneURL> [Hide | Show] </PhoneURL>
     <PhoneLoad> [Hide | Show]</PhoneLoad>
     <CallHistory> [Hide | Show] </CallHistory>
     <MWIServer> [Hide | Show] </MWIServer>
     <!-- Control Either View and Change or Change Only -->
     <TransferPattern attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </TransferPattern>
     <VoiceMailNumber attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </VoiceMailNumber>
     <MaxNumberPhone attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </MaxNumberPhone>
     <DialplanPattern attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </DialplanPattern>
     <SecDialTone attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </SecDialTone>
     <Timeouts attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </Timeouts>
     <CIDBlock attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </CIDBlock>
     <HuntGroup attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </HuntGroup>
     <NightSerBell attr=[Both | Change]> [Hide | Show] </NightSerBell>
     <!-- Control Change Only -->
     <!-- Take Higher Precedence over CLI "time-web-edit" -->
     <Time> [Hide | Show] </Time>
   </System>
 
   <Function>
     <AddLineToPhone> [No | Yes] </AddLineToPhone>
     <DeleteLineFromPhone> [No | Yes] </DeleteLineFromPhone>
     <NewDnDpCheck> [No | Yes] </NewDnDpCheck>
     <MaxLinePerPhone> [1-6] </MaxLinePerPhone>
   </Function>
</Presentation>

XML Configuration File: Example

sample.xml 
<Presentation> 
  <MainMenu> 
    <AddExtension> Hide </AddExtension> 
    <DeleteExtension> Hide </DeleteExtension> 
    <AddPhone> Hide </AddPhone> 
    <DeletePhone> Hide </DeletePhone> 
  </MainMenu> 
 
  <Extension> 
    <SequenceNumber> Hide </SequenceNumber> 
    <Type> Hide </Type> 
    <Huntstop> Hide </Huntstop> 
    <Preference> Hide </Preference> 
    <HoldAlert> Hide </HoldAlert> 
    <TranslationRule> Hide </TranslationRule> 
    <Paging> Show </Paging>
    <Intercom> Hide </Intercom>
    <MWI> Hide </MWI>
    <MoH> Hide </MoH>
    <LBDN> Hide </LBDN> 
    <DualLine> Hide </DualLine>
    <Reg> Hide </Reg>
    <PGroup> Show </PGroup>
  </Extension> 
 
  <Phone> 
    <SequenceNumber> Hide </SequenceNumber> 
  </Phone> 
 
  <System> 
    <PhoneURL> Hide </PhoneURL> 
    <PhoneLoad> Hide </PhoneLoad> 
    <CallHistory> Hide </CallHistory> 
    <MWIServer> Hide </MWIServer> 
    <TransferPattern attr=Both> Hide </TransferPattern> 
    <VoiceMailNumber attr=Both> Hide </VoiceMailNumber> 
    <MaxNumberPhone attr=Both> Hide </MaxNumberPhone> 
    <DialplanPattern attr=Change> Hide </DialplanPattern> 
    <SecDialTone attr=Both> Hide </SecDialTone>
    <Timeouts attr=Both> Hide </Timeouts>
    <CIDBlock attr=Both> Hide </CIDBlock>
    <HuntGroup attr=Change> Hide </HuntGroup>
    <NightSerBell attr=Change> Hide </NightSerBell>
    <Time> Hide </Time> 
  </System> 
 
  <Function> 
    <AddLineToPhone> No </AddLineToPhone> 
    <DeleteLineFromPhone> No </DeleteLineFromPhone> 
    <MaxLinePerPhone> 4 </MaxLinePerPhone> 
  </Function> 
</Presentation> 

Additional References

The following sections provide references related to Cisco Unified CME features.

Related Documents


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Feature Information for Enabling the GUI

Table 3 lists the features in this module and enhancements to the features by version.

To determine the correct Cisco IOS release to support a specific Cisco Unified CME version, see the Cisco Unified CME and Cisco IOS Software Version Compatibility Matrix at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucme/requirements/guide/33matrix.htm.

Use Cisco Feature Navigator to find information about platform support and software image support. Cisco Feature Navigator enables you to determine which Cisco IOS software images support a specific software release, feature set, or platform. To access Cisco Feature Navigator, go to http://www.cisco.com/go/cfn. An account on Cisco.com is not required.


Note The following table lists the Cisco Unified CME version that introduced support for a given feature. Unless noted otherwise, subsequent versions of Cisco Unified CME software also support that feature.


Table 3 Feature Information for Enabling the GUI

Feature Name
Cisco Unified CME
Version
Feature Information

Support for Extension Mobility Phone Users in Cisco Unified CME GUI

4.2(1)

Allows a phone user to use a name and password from an Extension Mobility profile to log into the Cisco Unified CME GUI for configuring personal speed dials on an Extension Mobility phone.

Cisco Unified CME GUI

2.0

The Cisco Unified CME GUI was introduced.