Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 6.1 -- Worksheet 5-5: Telephony Access

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Telephony access information describes how the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system accesses your phone network.


Use this worksheet to plan the telephony access.


For Options and Field Size values, in most cases the numeric and alphanumeric ranges given are the number of acceptable digits or characters for the field. (For example, Numeric-0 to 9 means that the field accepts any number between 0 (or nil) and 999999999.) Ranges with an asterisk (*) mean that the field accepts an actual number that falls within that range. (For example, Numeric-1 to 32767* means that the field accepts the value 3102 but not 32769.)


Field Description Default Options and Field Size Value
General Information

Server number

A predefined number that identifies the server. As a standalone system, the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 or 8112 server is always defined as server number 0 .

Predefined

Numeric-0 to 8

Main phone number

Main phone number for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 or 8112. Assigned by the phone service provider or your company's telephony network administrator.

-

Alphanumeric-0 to 32

1st alternate ph number

If your system has multiple phone numbers (such as a toll-free 1-800 number and a local phone number), you can enter these numbers in the alternate number fields. Users see these phone numbers in future versions of the e-mail notifications.

-

Alphanumeric-0 to 32

Label for notifications

Describes the 1st alternate phone (for example, a toll-free or local number). Users see these labels in future versions of the e-mail notifications.

-

Alphanumeric-0 to 32

2nd alternate ph number

If your system has more than one alternative phone number, enter the second alternate number in this field.

-

Alphanumeric-0 to 32

Label for notifications

Describes the 2nd alternative Cisco Unified MeetingPlace number in the e-mail notifications.

-

Alphanumeric-0 to 32

3rd alternate ph number

If your system has more than two alternate phone numbers, enter the third alternate number in this field.

-

Alphanumeric-0 to 32

Label for notifications

Describes the 3rd alternative Cisco Unified MeetingPlace number in the e-mail notifications.

-

Alphanumeric-0 to 32

Video Information

Main video ph number

Main phone number for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Video Integration MCS. Assigned by the phone service provider or your company's telephony network administrator.

-

Numeric

1st alternate ph number

If your system has multiple phone numbers (such as a toll-free 1-800 number and a local phone number), you can enter these numbers in the alternate number fields. Users see these phone numbers in future versions of the e-mail notifications.

-

Numeric

2nd alternate ph number

If your system has more than one alternative phone number, enter the second alternate number in this field.

-

Numeric

Note: If you are not using Direct Inward Dial (DID) or Direct Dialing Inward (DDI), skip the rest of this table.

DID start number

Determines where the range of DID/DNIS or DDI digits in use begins.

-

Alphanumeric-0 to 20

Number of DID digits

Defines the number of digits the system receives.

0

Numeric- 0/ 2 to 6

DID block size

Total range of DID/DNIS or DDI digits in use. This value is assigned by the phone service provider or your company's telephony network administrator.

0

Numeric- 0/Number for total range of DID/DNIS or DDI digits in use (usually a multiple of 100, as in 100, 200, 400)

DID Assignments

U.S., Canada, Hong Kong, European Union

Type, Start, Size

Access range 1


Access range 2


Access range 3


Access range 4


Access range 5


Access range 6


Access range 7


Access range 8


Access range 9


Access range 10

Blocks of DID/DNIS or DDI numbers and the access type assigned to each block. Create up to 10 blocks of numbers. Possible types are DID Meeting, Profile, Combined Access. When dialed, DID/DNIS or DDI number does not provide direct access to a meeting, profile, or combined access.


Recommended: One DID/DNIS or DDI number assigned to each type of access: meeting, profile, and combined access. Remaining blocks of numbers can be set for meeting IDs.

Note: For DID Meeting access, do not specify a range greater than 1. Instead, specify individual numbers to access, with a range of 1 (for example, DID Meeting 2131,1). Otherwise, meetings with IDs outside the range cannot be scheduled.

Access type: None/ DID Meeting/ Profile/Combined


Starting number: Numeric-0 to 15


DID block size: Numeric-0/ A number indicating total range of DID/DNIS or DDI digits in use

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