Perform the following steps to configure Cisco Extension Mobility Cross Cluster in your network. Use the following procedure in conjunction with the Extension Mobility Cross Cluster.
In Cisco Unified Serviceability, choose.
Choose a server and activate the following CM Services by checking the check box next to each service name:
Click Save, click OK in response to the popup window, and wait for the services to get activated.
Create an Extension Mobility phone service:
Add a device profile for users who need Extension Mobility. The device profile gets used to overlay with a real device when the user logs in (both for Extension Mobility and Extension Mobility Cross Cluster). Follow these steps:
Add users for Cisco Extension Mobility Cross Cluster:
Enable Extension Mobility on the devices:
Configure Bulk Certificate Management:
Configure Bulk Certificate Export:
This step creates a PKCS12 file that contains certificates for all nodes in the cluster.
Every participating cluster must export certificates to the same SFTP server and SFTP directory.
A cluster must export its certificates whenever the Tomcat, TFTP, or Capf certificate(s) gets regenerated on any of its nodes.
This step imports the consolidated PKCS12 file from the SFTP server into the local cluster.
All clusters should re-import when any participating cluster makes an export.
Perform import after a central administrator consolidates the certificates.
To enable EMCC for video calls, configure Common Phone Profile () or configure Enterprise Phone Configuration ( ) to enable video calls.
In either window, set the Video Capabilities drop-down list box as Enabled and check the Override Common Settings checkbox. (Although this setting may be enabled by default per cluster, it may be necessary to check the Override Common Settings checkbox and save the change)
Add EMCC devices - Add EMCC Templates:
Add EMCC devices - Set default EMCC template.
Add EMCC devices - Insert the EMCC Devices:
Maximum Number of EMCC Base Devices To Add
Include EMCC in the total number of devices that get supported in the cluster, using the following calculation:
phones + (2 x EMCC devices) <= MaxPhones
Cisco Unified Communications Manager systems specify a MaxPhones value of 60,000.
EMCC login does not affect the number of licenses that get used in the home cluster.
Configure enterprise parameters and add a geolocation filter:
Configure EMCC feature parameters:
Configure one or two intercluster SIP trunks for EMCC.
Configure EMCC intercluster service profile:
Configure EMCC remote cluster services:
Configure service parameters:
EMCC does not require any special configuration for SRST to function.
If SRST configuration is required for your system, configure as usual.