This tutorial will help those who are having problems with insufficient flash disk capacity in Cisco Call Manager Express (CUCME) configurations. In order to copy files e.g Music-on-hold files, GUIĀ  files, Basic-ACD scripts and prompts to your flash, you need to have considerable amount of disk space to house all stuff there. Fortunately, you can […]

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This tutorial will demonstrate process of setting up a Session Initiatition Protocol (SIP) trunk on Cisco Unified Express Communication Manager Express (CUCME) to SIP Voice Over IP (VOIP) Service Provider. It will be divided into several parts. This is first part in which you will learn to setup Basic SIP trunking with VOIP service provider. […]

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In one of the previous tutorials , i had demostrated ‘Direct Mode’ approach for registering third party SIP phone to Cisco Unified Communication Manager Express (CUCME) . This tutorial will demonstrate ‘true SIP mode’ Or ‘Register Mode’ in which SIP device will actually register to VOIP router/SIP proxy server in order to make and receive […]

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In a previous tutorial, i had showed how to use Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME) Graphical User Interface(GUI) in order to configure Unified CME in GNS3. Here, i will show you step-by-step how you can setup Unified CME router in GNS3 using

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In a previous tutorial, i demonstrated how we can register Third party SIP Softphone with Cisco Unified Communication Manager 5.x/6.x . In this tutorial, i will use another Softphone ‘ SJphone ‘.For multiple line capability(upto 6 lines/phone), use ExpressTalk .Basically, there can be two ways in which

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