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Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0 PBX Configuration Note

Posted by Mino on October 9, 2008

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This topic provides link to configuration notes for Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0 that have been created and tested by Microsoft . When Microsoft or a partner deploys Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging with a new IP gateway and PBX or IP PBX configuration, the prerequisites and configuration settings are documented. This information is used to create a configuration note.

PBX configuration note contains information about how to deploy Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging with a specific telephony configuration including the manufacturer, model, and firmware version for the IP gateways, IP PBXs or PBXs. In addition, each PBX configuration note also includes other information such as:

  • Contributors in authoring the configuration note.
  • Detailed prerequisites, including the following:
    • Features that have to be enabled or disabled on the PBX.
    • Specialized hardware that has to be installed.
    • Is an IP gateway required?
    • Features that must be present on the IP gateway if one is needed.
    • Specific cabling requirements between an IP gateway and a PBX.
    • A list of Unified Messaging features that may not be available with a given telephony configuration
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2 Responses to “Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0 PBX Configuration Note”

  1. Andrew Bower said

    Hi there,

    FYI – Tried to download your “Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0 PBX Configuration note” however I get a 852 byte pdf file which is corrupt.

    Cheers

    Andrew

  2. Mino said

    please check now , i have uploaded the file again

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