Set Up URI Dialing
The following steps describe how to set up URI dialing in your network:
Before you begin
If you want to configure URI dialing between clusters, you must set up an ILS network and enable Global Dial Plan Replication in the ILS network . See topics related to setting up the ILS network and the Global Dial Plan replication for details.
Assign directory URIs to the users in your network.
Associate the directory URIs to directory numbers by assigning both a primary extension and phone to the users in your network.
If you want to configure PSTN failover numbers for intercluster URI dialing, set up PSTN failover numbers for the directory URIs in your ILS network by doing the following:
Assign the default directory URI partition to an existing partition that is located in a calling search space by doing the following:
Configure the SIP profiles in your network by configuring the following fields in the SIP Profile Configuration window:
For all the SIP trunks in your network, configure whether the network uses blended addressing by configuring the Calling and Connected Party Info Format drop-down list box in the Trunk Configuration window.
Configure the case setting for the user portion of your directory URIs by setting the URI Lookup Policy enterprise parameter.
Enable ILS support for Global Dial Plan Replication of directory URIs by doing the following:
If your deployment uses digit transformations to transform calling party directory numbers, do the following:
Configure SIP route patterns to route intercluster directory URI calls:
Repeat the previous steps for all the clusters in your ILS network.
If you want to place directory URI calls to a Cisco TelePresence Video Communications Server, or a third-party call control system, import directory URI catalogs from a CSV file for the other system into any hub cluster in the ILS network.