Configuring Features in Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage: Presence
The Cisco Unified Presence server manages availability status
for Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator and other clients that
support availability status. Users can set their status on any supported
client and it will display on all supported clients.
Exchange of availability status with federated contacts is not
Contacts added from the corporate directory on any client appear
in the contact list on all supported clients. Personal contacts are
specific to each client.
Text messaging from Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator is
supported only with other Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator clients.
Configuring Essential Settings for Presence Integration
Create an Application User account in order to allow Cisco Unified
Mobility Advantage to access Cisco Unified Presence to obtain
presence information for users.
Sign in to the Cisco Unified Presence Administration Admin Portal.
Select User Management > Application User.
Select Add New.
Enter the Application User Information in the appropriate fields.
This must be a unique account assigned for exclusive use by a
single Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage server.
Select Standard Presence Group for the Presence Group.
Add the group Admin-CUMA in the Groups field under Permissions Information.
Select System > Security > Incoming ACL to set the Access Control List.
Select Add New.
Enter a description
Enter the IP address of the Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage server in the Address Pattern field.
Availability Status Based on Meeting Schedule
If your system integrates with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace and Microsoft Exchange and you want user availability status to show In a Meeting during scheduled Cisco Unified MeetingPlace meetings, enable Outlook integration in Cisco Unified Presence.
Configuring a Presence Account for Each User in Cisco Unified
If you will integrate the presence feature in Cisco Mobile and Cisco Unified Mobile
Communicator that support availability status, configure a Cisco Unified Presence account for each
user in Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
Sign in to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Admin
Select Device > Phone.
Select Add New.
Select Cisco Unified Personal Communicator as the Phone Type.
Enter the device information.
Owner User ID
Select the User ID of the user.
Associate the mobile phone with the primary desk phone number of
Select Line  - Add a New DN.
Enter the Directory Number of the primary desk phone.
Enter the Route Partition, if applicable.
The remaining fields on the page will automatically populate.
Assign Capabilities to the End User.
> Capabilities Assignment.
Find the user.
Select Enable CUP.
Select Enable CUPC.
Settings in Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage
Configuring the Connection to Cisco Unified Presence
Configure an enterprise adapter for Cisco Unified Presence to allow Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage to connect to it.
Select the [+] beside Enterprise Configuration.
Select Enterprise Adapters.
Select Add new adapter.
Choose Cisco Unified Presence.
Enter a name and description.
You cannot change these later unless you delete and add the adapter again.
Host Name/IP Address
Hostname or IP address of the Cisco Unified Presence server to which all Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage users are assigned.
Port on which Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage will communicate with Cisco Unified Presence.
(The port of the SOAP Web Service interface that Cisco Unified Presence listens on to accept user sign-in requests.)
The default is 8443.
Backup Host Name/ IP Address
(Optional) Hostname or IP address of the backup Cisco Unified Presence Server, if you have one.
Application User Name
The user ID of the Application User you created in Cisco Unified Presence.
Password for this Application User.
Select a security context for the Cisco Unified Presence server.
For the simplest configuration, choose a Security Context that has the Trust Policy set to All Certificates.
If you choose a security context that has the Trust Policy set to Trusted Certificates, you must deploy necessary certificates.
Check your configuration:
Click Test Config.
Look for the test result near the top of the page.
Correct any errors indicated.
You do not need to make changes to settings in the Advanced tab unless users experience problems with availability status.
Restart Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage.
Enabling Exchange of Presence
Users can view the availability status of other users to help them
determine when and how to effectively reach each other. They can
set their own status to manage interruptions.
Before You Begin
In System Management > System Properties,
make sure the Domain field contains the correct value. This domain must match the Proxy domain of the Cisco Unified Presence server as specified on the Cisco UP SIP Proxy Service Parameters page.