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CUE Unsupported Deployments

Posted by Andy on April 1, 2009

Unsupported Deployments

The following deployment scenarios are not supported (up to Cisco CME 3.2 and Cisco Unity Express 2.1):

•Sites networked with SIP as the VoIP protocol. While Cisco CME by itself supports SIP trunking, these deployments are not yet supported if Cisco Unity Express is used in conjunction with Cisco CME. Only H.323 VoIP trunking is supported.

•Multiple Cisco Unity Express systems in the same router chassis.

•A “centralized” Cisco Unity Express model where a single Cisco Unity Express system provides voice mail to IP phones at more than one Cisco CME or Cisco SRST site.

•SIP phones as Cisco Unity Express voice mail subscribers-only SCCP IP phones are supported.

•Analog phones as Cisco Unity Express voice mail subscribers. Analog phones (FXS ports) can connect to Cisco Unity Express as “outside” callers into the AA and voice-mail systems, but cannot receive subscriber features such as call-forward busy (CFB), call-forward no answer (CFNA), or message waiting indicator (MWI.)

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2 Responses to “CUE Unsupported Deployments”

  1. Andy said

    Release Notes for Cisco Unity Express 3.2

    Integration with Multiple Cisco Unified CME Sites

    This feature provides centralized voicemail/fax mail, auto attendants and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) for up to 10 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express sites. Using this feature, you can administer multiple Cisco Unified CME users at various sites using a single Cisco Unity Express GUI interface. This feature is supported on the NME-CUE only.

  2. Andy said

    According to http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps4625/products_configuration_example09186a00808f33eb.shtml#voicereg

    SIP phones as Cisco Unity Express voice mail subscribers-only SCCP IP phones are supported. – no longer valid

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