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Release Notes for AV-Cisco TSP Release 3.0(0.7)

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Release Notes for AV-Cisco TSP Release 3.0(0.7)

Contents

Requirements

Installing AV-Cisco TSP Release 3.0(0.7)

Downloading the AV-Cisco TSP

Adding Cisco Unity Ports in Cisco CallManager

Removing Call Routing Rules That Were Changed or Added as a Workaround

Upgrading the AV-Cisco TSP

Testing Ports and MWIs

Qualified Product Combinations for the AV-Cisco TSP

Caveats

Open Caveats—Release 3.0(0.7)

Resolved Caveats—Release 3.0(0.7)

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation

World Wide Web

Documentation CD-ROM

Ordering Documentation

Documentation Feedback

Obtaining Technical Assistance

Cisco.com

Technical Assistance Center

Contacting TAC by Using the Cisco TAC Website

Contacting TAC by Telephone


Release Notes for AV-Cisco TSP Release 3.0(0.7)


July 23, 2001

These release notes contain installation instructions for AV-Cisco TAPI service provider (TSP) Release 3.0(0.7).

The 3.0(0.7) release of the AV-Cisco TSP has been qualified for the following product combination only. No other product combinations are supported.

Table 1 Qualified Product Combination for AV-Cisco TSP 3.0(0.7)

Cisco Unity
AV-Cisco TSP
Cisco CallManager

2.4(6.135)

3.0(0.7)

3.1(1)


For all qualified product combinations of Cisco Unity, the AV-Cisco TSP, and Cisco CallManager, see the "Qualified Product Combinations for the AV-Cisco TSP" section.

Access the latest software upgrades for the AV-Cisco TSP at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/unity.

Contents

Requirements

Installing AV-Cisco TSP Release 3.0(0.7)

Qualified Product Combinations for the AV-Cisco TSP

Caveats

Related Documentation

Obtaining Documentation

Obtaining Technical Assistance

Requirements

Upgrade to Cisco Unity version 2.4(6.135). Refer to Release Notes for Cisco Unity Release 2.4(6.135) on Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/c_unity/
2_46/rel_note/index.htm.

An account with Local Administrator privileges must be used to upgrade the AV-Cisco TSP. Otherwise, no Cisco Unity ports will be available after the upgrade.

Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2 must already be installed on the Cisco Unity server, if it is running Windows 2000. Otherwise, the AV-Cisco TSP cannot be installed.

If you are installing the AV-Cisco TSP for the first time, you need to add Cisco uOne ports in the Cisco CallManager Administration application and configure the AV-Cisco TSP to connect to those ports. Refer to the Cisco CallManager 3.01 and Dual-Switch Integration Guide (available as a PDF file on the Unity compact disc, in the folder Documentation\Manuals in Acrobat Format).

Installing AV-Cisco TSP Release 3.0(0.7)

Downloading the AV-Cisco TSP

To download the AV-Cisco TSP


Step 1 On the Cisco Software Center website at http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/unity, click AvCiscoTSP3.0.0.7.exe.

Step 2 In the File Download dialog box, click Save This Program to Disk, then click OK.

Step 3 Browse to the location where you want the file downloaded, then click Save.

Step 4 When the file has downloaded, navigate to the file and double-click it.

Step 5 Accept the directory to which the file will be unzipped, or indicate the directory of your choice.


Adding Cisco Unity Ports in Cisco CallManager

Do the following procedures if the number of Cisco Unity ports is changing.

Add a uOne port to Cisco CallManager for each port that you are connecting to Cisco Unity.


Caution uOne ports and phones must be in the same calling search space, or the integration will not work.

To add uOne ports to Cisco CallManager


Step 1 In Cisco CallManager Administration, click Device > Cisco uOne Port.

Step 2 In the upper-right corner of the Cisco uOne Port Configuration page, click Use the Cisco uOne Port Wizard. The Cisco uOne Port Wizard appears.

Step 3 Click Create a New Cisco uOne Server and Add Ports to It and click Next.

Step 4 Accept the default name (recommended) for the Voice Mail server or enter a different name with no more than nine characters, then click Next.

The default name (even if you do not use it) becomes part of the name for ports: <the uOne port name>-VI. For example, the default uOne port name is CiscoUM1, and the device name prefix for ports is CiscoUM1-VI. The device name prefix is used by the AV-Cisco service provider.

Step 5 Enter the number of ports you want to add but not more than is enabled on the system key, then click Next.

Step 6 Enter the following uOne device settings, then click Next.

Table 2 Settings for the uOne Devices

Field
Setting

Description

Enter Cisco uOne Port or other description that you want.

Device Pool

Click Default.

Calling Search Space

Click the name of the calling search space that you have set up for the phones. Otherwise, the integration will not work.

Location

Accept the default of None.


Step 7 Enter the following uOne pilot number settings, then click Next.

Table 3 Settings for the uOne Pilot Number

Field
Setting

Pilot Number

Enter the pilot number (or the beginning number of the range) for the uOne ports.

Route Partition

If you set up a route partition as described in the Cisco CallManager Installation Guide, click the name you gave it. Otherwise, accept the default of None.

Calling Search Space

If a route partition is selected, click the name of the calling search space that includes the route partition.

The calling search space must include the phones or the integration will not work.

Display

Accept the default of Voicemail.


Step 8 Enter the operator number or the number you want the last port to forward to when busy, if appropriate, and click Next.

Step 9 The settings for the new ports appear. Click Finish.

Step 10 To exit the Cisco uOne Port Wizard, click Go to Cisco uOne Ports page.

Step 11 Continue with the next procedure.


To specify MWI and voice mail extensions


Step 1 In Cisco CallManager Administration, click Service > Service Parameters.

Step 2 In the Server list on the Service Parameters Configuration page, click the server that you created in the preceding procedure. Then click Next.

Step 3 In the Services list, click Cisco CallManager. The list of parameters appears.

Step 4 Click one of the parameters shown in the following table.

Table 4 Settings for the Service Parameters

Service Parameter to Configure
Setting

AdvancedCallForwardHopFlag

Set to True.

MessageWaitingOffDN

The unique extension that turns MWIs off.

MessageWaitingOnDN

The unique extension that turns MWIs on.

MultiTenantMWIMode

Enables multi-tenant service. Set to True to enable or to False to disable.

VoiceMail

The extension that users call to access Cisco Unity. This is typically the extension number (Directory Number, in Cisco CallManager Administration) of the first Voice Mail port. If you specify an extension for VoiceMail, then users can call Cisco Unity by pressing the Messages button on their Cisco phones.

VoiceMailMaximumHopCount

Used together with "AdvancedCallForwardHopFlag," the maximum number of Voice Mail ports skipped to find the next available Voice Mail port. Specify a value that is twice the number of Cisco CallManager ports that are connected to the Cisco Unity server. For example, if you have a 48-port Cisco Unity system, enter 96 for this setting.


Step 5 Change or enter a setting, as appropriate.

Step 6 Click Update to save the setting.

Step 7 Repeat Steps 4 through 6 to specify the setting for the remaining parameters.

Step 8 Shut down and restart the Cisco CallManager server.


If the Cisco Unity server services multiple clusters of Cisco CallManager, perform the following procedure to enable MWIs to be activated on extensions in each cluster.

To set up MWI ports for multiple clusters of Cisco CallManager


Step 1 In the Cisco Unity Administrator, dedicate at least one port to send MWIs to each cluster.

Step 2 In the Cisco CallManager Administration, click Device > Cisco Voice Mail Port.

Step 3 In the Cisco Voice Mail Ports list, click the name of the port before the first dedicated MWI port.

Step 4 Under Call Forwarding Information, change the extensions to the number of the first VoiceMail port or of the operator.

Step 5 Click Update.

Step 6 In the Cisco Voice Mail Ports list, click the name of a dedicated MWI port.

Step 7 Disable call forwarding for this port.

Step 8 Click Update.

Step 9 Repeat Steps 6 through 8 for all remaining dedicated MWI ports.


Removing Call Routing Rules That Were Changed or Added as a Workaround

Do the procedures in this section if you are currently running AV-Cisco TSP version 1.0(0.28) and if you used one of the following workarounds for caveat number CSCae08089 (subscribers hear the opening greeting instead of the logon conversation if the first voice messaging port is in use):

Changed the default routing rules with AvRulerEditor.exe. This workaround was posted to Cisco Unity Online Support Forums, at http://avforums.isomedia.com/cgi-bin/wwwthreads.pl.

Added one or more routing rules that applied to calls forwarded from voice messaging ports and that sent forwarded calls to the subscriber logon conversation.

The routing rules must be reset to their default values (which deletes any non-default routing rules).

If you did the procedures during the installation of AV-Cisco TSP version 1.0(0.32), you can skip this section.

To locate valid routing rules


Step 1 In the Cisco Unity Administrator, go to Call Management > Call Routing > Forwarded Calls.

Step 2 Make a note of the settings for each non-default routing rule. If a routing rule has the following values, it was added for the workaround and should not be recreated after you reset routing rules to their default values:

Forwarding Station

One or more of the ports assigned to Cisco Unity. This value may include the * wildcard character.

Send Call To

Attempt Sign-In.



To reset routing rules to their default values and delete non-default routing rules


Step 1 Run <drive>:\CommServer\ConfigMgr.exe.

Step 2 In the ConfigMgr dialog box, click Browse and select the file CommServer\Localize\Default Configuration\<language folder>\DefaultRules.dcs.

Step 3 Click Run Rules Configuration DCS Script.

Step 4 Click Run.

Step 5 When the message "Default rules configured successfully" appears, close the ConfigMgr dialog box. If any errors appeared while ConfigMgr.exe was running, call Cisco TAC.


To recreate valid routing rules


Step 1 In the Cisco Unity Administrator, go to Call Management > Call Routing > Forwarded Calls.

Step 2 Recreate the routing rules by using the values that you noted in the first procedure. For more information, see the Cisco Unity Administrator Online Documentation.


Upgrading the AV-Cisco TSP

Before you install AV-Cisco TSP Release 3.0(0.7) on the Cisco Unity server, you must remove the existing version of the TSP.

You can keep the previous Cisco uOne ports, and the AV-Cisco TSP configuration is retained automatically.

To remove the existing AV-Cisco TSP


Step 1 Stop Cisco Unity (right-click the Cisco Unity icon in the system tray, then click Stop Unity).

Step 2 On the Windows Start menu, click Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.

Step 3 In the list, click AV-Cisco TSP.

Step 4 In Windows NT, click Add/Remove.

or

In Windows 2000, click Remove.

Step 5 In Windows NT, follow the on-screen instructions to remove the AV-Cisco TSP.

or

In Windows 2000, click Yes.

Step 6 Close Control Panel.


To install the AV-Cisco TSP upgrade


Step 1 Stop Cisco Unity (right-click the Cisco Unity icon in the system tray, then click Stop Unity).

Step 2 Browse to the directory in which you saved the extracted AV-Cisco TSP files, and run Setup.exe.

Step 3 Follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 4 Restart the Cisco Unity server. The AV-Cisco Service Provider dialog box appears.

Step 5 In the Select Cisco CallManager list, click the Cisco CallManager server that Cisco Unity is connected to.

If the Select Cisco CallManager list is empty, click Add, enter the IP address of the Cisco CallManager server that Cisco Unity is connected to, then click OK.

Step 6 Click Settings.

Step 7 In the AV-Cisco Service Provider Settings dialog box, verify the information in the following fields:

Primary CallManager IP Address

Number of Voice Ports

Device Name Prefix (the prefix must match the prefix for the Cisco uOne ports)

Step 8 In the MessageWaitingOffDN and MessageWaitingOnDN fields, confirm that the dial numbers match the Cisco CallManager service parameters. (If they are not there, enter them.)

Step 9 Confirm that the Cisco CallManager Device list displays the correct number of Cisco Unity ports and that the port names match the names of the Cisco uOne ports.

Step 10 Click OK.

Step 11 In the AV-Cisco Service Provider dialog box, click Test.

Step 12 In the Test Configuration and Connection dialog box, click OK.

Step 13 If the configuration is correct, the Test Succeeded dialog box appears. Click OK, then skip to Step 15.

If incorrect information was entered during configuration, the Error dialog box appears. Errors can be caused by:

Entering the wrong IP address for the Cisco CallManager server during configuration.

Entering the wrong device name prefix during configuration.

Step 14 Correct errors in the AV-Cisco Service Provider dialog box.

In Windows NT, on the Start menu, click Settings > Control Panel > Telephony > Telephony Drivers > AV-Cisco Service Provider > Settings.

or

In Windows 2000, on the Start menu, click Settings > Control Panel > Phone and Modem Options > Advanced > AV-Cisco Service Provider > Settings.

Step 15 Restart the Cisco Unity server.


Testing Ports and MWIs

To test ports


Step 1 Dial the directory number for a Cisco Unity port. The Cisco Unity system should answer.

Step 2 If you hear a fast-busy signal or a number-unobtainable signal and the programming is complete, restart the Cisco Unity server.

If you do not hear any signal, restart the Cisco Unity server.

Step 3 Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for each additional port.


To test MWIs


Step 1 Dial the MessageWaitingOnDN number from a Cisco IP phone.

Step 2 The MWI should turn on.

Otherwise, verify the MessageWaitingOnDN setting in the Service Parameters section of the Cisco CallManager Administration application, then restart the Cisco CallManager service.

Step 3 Dial the MessageWaitingOffDN number.

Step 4 The MWI should turn off.

Otherwise, verify the MessageWaitingOffDN setting in the Service Parameters section of the Cisco CallManager Administration application, then restart the Cisco CallManager service.


Qualified Product Combinations for the AV-Cisco TSP

Releases of the AV-Cisco TSP have been qualified for the following product combinations only.

Table 5 Qualified Product Combinations

Cisco Unity
AV-Cisco TSP
Cisco CallManager

2.4(6.135)

3.0(0.7)

3.1(1)

2.4(6.135)

1.0(0.36)

3.0(11)

2.4(6.135)

1.0(0.36)

3.0(10)

2.4(6.135)

1.0(0.36)

3.0(9)

2.4(6.126)

1.0(0.32)

3.0(11)

2.4(6.126)

1.0(0.32)

3.0(10)

2.4(6.126)

1.0(0.32)

3.0(9)

2.4(6.126)

1.0(0.32)

3.0(8)

2.4(6.102)

1.0(0.32)

3.0(9)

2.4(6.102)

1.0(0.32)

3.0(8)

2.4(6.102)

1.0(0.28)

3.0(11)

2.4(6.102)

1.0(0.28)

3.0(10)

2.4(6.102)

1.0(0.28)

3.0(9)

2.4(6.102)

1.0(0.28)

3.0(8)

2.4(6.102)

1.0(0.28)

3.0(7)

2.4(5.73)

1.0(0.28)

3.0(7)

2.4(5.xx)

1.0(0.24)

3.0(2d)


Caveats

Open Caveats—Release 3.0(0.7)

There are no open caveats for the AV-Cisco TSP 3.0(0.7) release.

Resolved Caveats—Release 3.0(0.7)

All fixes from AV-Cisco TSP versions 1.0(0.36) and earlier have been applied to the 3.0(0.7) release.

Related Documentation

Release Notes for Cisco Unity Release 2.4(6.135), on Cisco.com at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/c_unity/2_46/
rel_note/index.htm.

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