Cisco Jabber for iPhone provides users with Enterprise calling, visual voicemail, and access to the corporate directory from an iOS device.
The voice quality of VoIP calls varies depending on the Wi-Fi or mobile data network connection. Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) cannot troubleshoot voice quality when you use mobile data networks or noncorporate Wi-Fi networks to connect Cisco Jabber with Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.
Cisco Jabber for iPhone allows you to:
Place and receive calls from your work phone number through Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Unified CM) using your iOS device. You can place work calls using either VoIP or your mobile voice network
Cisco Jabber places work calls using your mobile voice network with the Dial via Office - Reverse (DVO-R) feature. The DVO-R feature requires:
Cisco Jabber for iPhone client, Release 9.1(1) and later.
Unified CM 9.1(1a), which is targeted to release at the end of February, 2013.
Receive calls at the standard mobile phone number when Cisco Jabber
is not running or not connected to the corporate network
Have multiple VoIP calls (call waiting, add new call, swap between
Manage VoIP calls using many of the standard in-call features that Unified CM provides. These in-call features include hold, transfer, and conference
Transfer an active Cisco Jabber VoIP call from your device to your
desk phone and vice versa
Transfer an active Cisco Jabber VoIP call to your mobile network
Dial numbers by raising the iPhone to your ear and speaking the name
of the person to call
Search the corporate directory
Access voicemail through a visual list
Set up a secondary, or backup TFTP server in the automatic setup link.
Have Cisco Jabber run the application in the background, automatically register to Unified CM when available, and remain ready to receive calls to your
work phone number
Transfer services from the Unified CM to another Unified CM or a router with
Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony
Open an IM session with Cisco Jabber contacts when you use Cisco Jabber for iPhone in conjunction with the Cisco Jabber IM for iPhone application
Use a Bluetooth headset on supported iPhone devices
Use a VPN client for secure remote access, to:
Place and receive VoIP calls from your work phone number using a noncorporate Wi-Fi or mobile data network.
Place Dial via Office calls from your work phone number over your mobile voice network. These calls are initiated using a noncorporate Wi-Fi or mobile data network.