Cisco Unified Application Environment

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Cisco Unified Application Environment


This topic provides a reference configuration for Cisco Unified Application Environment within a Cisco Unified Communications deployment. The information is based primarily on testing performed during Cisco Unified Communications system testing. This topic does not contain detailed step-by-step procedures; for detailed information about installing, configuring, and administering Cisco Unified Application Environment, refer to the Cisco Unified Application Environment documentation listed in Related Documentation section.

The system-wide testing of IP telephony functionality for Cisco Unified Communications included Cisco Unified Application Environment. For general information about the tested functionality in Cisco Unified Communications, see the System Release Notes.


Topologies


For more information on these site models, see Tested Deployments and Site Models.


Focus of System Testing


The system-wide testing of IP telephony for Cisco Unified Communications focused on the following Cisco Unified Application Environment features:


  • Test RTP streams originating in the Cisco Unified Application Environment to ensure that they will be recognized by Cisco MeetingPlace Express for the purpose of sharing the audio with other conference participants.
  • Test RTP streams originating in the Cisco Unified Application Environment to ensure that they will be recognized by Cisco Unity Connection for the purpose of leaving messages.
  • Test RTP streams originating in the Cisco Unified Application Environment to ensure that they will be recognized by Cisco Unity for the purpose of leaving messages.
  • Test that outages occurring on the Cisco Unified Application Environment server are properly captured and reported by the Cisco Unified Operations Manager.
  • Test the ability of a Cisco Unified Application Environment application to retrieve the presence status of a Cisco Unified Presence subscriber.
  • Test that the Cisco Unified Application Environment is able to successfully transfer a call using JTAPI integration to a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster.
  • Test that the Cisco Unified Application Environment is able to successfully transfer a call using SIP integration to a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster.
  • Test that IP traffic originating in the Cisco Unified Application Environment is capable of being marked by any DSCP value.
  • To drive the IPT load between Cisco Unified Application Environment and Cisco Unified Communication Manager cluster run traffic for extended period of time using 3rd party (BeaconOffice) CUAE application suits.

Configuration Details


For detailed information about installing, configuring, and administering Cisco Unified Application Environment, refer to the documentation listed in Related Documentation section.

To configure applications in the Cisco Unified Application Environment, use the Main Control Panel of Unified Application Environment Management Console web page.

The Main Control Panel includes configuration for:

  • Local Environment Configuration
  • Components
  • System
  • Logs

For system testing, the System and Log sections were configured with the system defaults. Some defaults were also used for Local Environment and Components configuration.


Local Environment Configuration


System defaults were used for some of the Local Environment configuration including:

  • Core Components Configuration. All components were enabled and running.
  • Log Server Configuration
  • Speech Recognition Configuration
  • Alarm Management

Sections that were configured with something other than defaults include:

  • User Management
  • Media Engine Configuration

The following tables describe the settings used for these configurations:

Table below shows how the Core Component Configuration fields were configured for system testing.

  • User Management Configuration
Field Setting
User Name Administrator
Access Level Administrator


Components Configuration

Components Configuration for the Cisco Unified Application Environment includes the following:

  • Applications
  • Media Engines
  • Providers
  • Telephony Servers

Related Documentation


For related information about Cisco Unified Application Environment, see the documents listed in Table .


  • Cisco Unified Application Environment Documentation  
Document URL
General Cisco Unified Application Environment documentation Cisco Unified Application Environment Introduction
Administration Guide for the Cisco Unified Application Environment (2.4) Cisco Unified Application Environment Maintain and Operate Guides]

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