Limited calls per line
Lack of common voice services
The first bit of each frame
The last bit of each frame
Second and third bits of every third frame
Eighth bit of every of sixth frame
Time slot 1
Time slot 16
Time slot 17
Time Slot 23
Time slot 24
CCP cannot configure COR; you must use the CLI
CCP creates partitions and search spaces at the command line, based on the entries made in the CCP GUI
CCP uses a single interface to create both incoming and outgoing COR lists
CCP implements forced authorization codes (FACs) for each call when you implement COR configurations; consequently, every call to the PSTN requires FAC.
CME Denies the call
CME Permits the call
The call is rerouted to the next dial peer without an outgoing COR list
CME disables the ephone-dn lacking an incoming COR
Using the answer-address command
Using Dial Peer 0
Using the port command
Using the destination-pattern command
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
Cisco Unified Communications Manager
Cisco Unified Presence
Cisco Unity Connection
To an interface
To a translation profile
To a dial peer
The call is immediately disconnected.
The call disconnects once the TCP keepalive between the Cisco IP phones and the CME router fails.
The call remains active; however, no supplemental features (such as hold, transfer, and so on) are available for the remainder of the call.
The call remains active, and the Cisco IP phones enable SIP Proxy mode for RTP.
Digital signal processor
SIP codec conversion
Codec IOS enablement
SIP/SCCP endpoint control
PSTN gateway functionality
VMware deployment on Unified Computing System platform
A CUCM Subscriber takes over Publisher functions until the original publisher server preempts the role.
A CUCM Subscriber takes over Publisher functions permanently; if the original publisher server returns, it is demoted to a subscriber role.
Administrative access to the CUCM database becomes read-only; user-facing features are writable to the subscriber.
Outside calling is disabled until the CUCM Publisher returns to the network.
Pri-group 1-6 type fxo-loop-start
Pri-group 1 timeslots 1-6 type fxo-loop-start
Ds0-group 1-6 type fxo-loop-start
Ds0-group 1 timeslots 1-6 type fxo-loop-start
SIP proxy server
CUCM SCCP hunt group
Cisco Unifi ed Personal Communicator
Enterprise IM Solution
Visible status indicators of IP Phone users
Multipoint audio and HD video
Cisco inline power
Local power brick
A user must be associated with a phone
Once a user is associated with a phone, his presence status is automatically monitored for on-hook/off-hook condition.
Associating a user with a phone allows that user to make changes to their phone, including speed dials and ringer choices
There is no telephony functionality at all if the user is not associated with the phone.
Using pins 1, 2, 3, and 4
Create an extension using CCP
Create a phone using CCP
Create a directory entry list using CCP
Create an address list service using the CLI
Bob can only use CCP to set up phone firmware and TFTP if he first copies the firmware files to flash using the CLI.
Bob can either use existing firmware files or upload new ones to router flash using CCP under the Unified Communications Menu
Bob cannot use CCP to set up and configure phone firmware files; this must be done manually at the CLI
Although CCP can set up and configure firmware and TFTP services, it is not necessary because CME v10.x has the necessary configurations in place as a factory default.
As tagged (using the voice VLAN)
As tagged (using the data VLAN)
As tagged (using the CoS value)
Switchport mode voice vlan 12
Switchport trunk voice vlan 12
Switchport voice vlan 12
Switchport vlan 12 voice
Forward-protocol 172.16.1.0 255.255.255.0 172.16.100.100
Forward-protocol dhcp 172.16.1.0 255.255.255.0 172.16.100.100
Ip helper-address 172.16.1.0 172.16.100.100
Ip helper-address 172.16.100.100
Using the proprietary ISL protocol
Voice VLAN information must be statically entered on the Cisco IP phone.
Create a phone (ephone)
Create an extension (ephone-dn)
Associate the extension with the phone
Autoregister the phone
Enabling write operations to the router's flash
Creating a privilege level 15 user account
Enabling HTTP services on the router
Configuring Telnet or SSH for local logins
An ephone-dn is assigned to a SIP ephone
A voice register dn is assigned to a sip ephone
A voice register dn is assigned to a SIP voice register global
A voice register dn is assigned to a SIP voice register pool
Connect the PC's network card to the Console port of the router and set it to obtain an IP address automatically.
Copy the default configuration file to NVRAM, set your PC to obtain an IP address automatically, and reload your 2921 model router.
Erase the startup-config file in NVRAM, set your PC to obtain an IP address automatically, and reload the router.
Copy the default configuration file to NVRAM, give your PC a static IP address of 10.1.1.2/24, and reload the router.
Copy the default configuration file to NVRAM, set your PC to obtain an IP address automatically, and reload your 1912 model router
Ip http secure-server
Ip http server
Username username privilege 15 password password
Aaa authentication login default group radius
Line vty 0 15
Identifies a web GUI configuration profile tag
Defines the system administrator user for CME
Defines the customer administrator for CME
Enables the router web server for the specified user.
Ip http authentication local
Ip authentication aaa
Aaa new-model http
There is only one CCP version, which cannot install into the router flash
CCP integrates with the SDM utility in the router's flash.
A group of users managed by a single administrator
A group of up to 10 devices enabled for CCP configuration
A group of up to 5 devices enabled for CCP configuration
A group of similar devices that share a common configuration
Http server enable
Ip http server
You are prompted for the router's enable secret password rather than the VTY line password.
Only level 15 user accounts are permitted to access the device.
CCP uses HTTPS/SSH to connect to the device.
CCP permits only communication over an IPSec managed connection.
Dynamic Routing configuration
Unified communications configuration
Access list configuration