configuring UnifiedFX for CME… and Vice Versa

To get UnifiedFX  to talk with CME you will need to add XML API (eXtensible Markup Language Application Programming Interface) support into CME . An XML API provides an Interface to the CME that allows an external Network Management system (NMS) to configure and monitor CME operations

 Step 1: Configure XML API in CME

ip http server -enables web service on cme router
ixi transport http -specifies XML transport method
response size 64    -Size of fragment in the response buffer, in kilobytes
request outstanding 1 – Sets the maximum number of outstanding requests allowed for the transport type.
no shutdown – enables HTTP Transport
ixi application cme -Cisco IOS XML infrastructure parameters for the Cisco Unified CME application
no shutdown – Enables XML communication with the application.

telephony-service
xml user admin password admin 15
url authentication http://192.16.1.9/CCMCIP/authenticate.asp admin admin

or if you are using SIP

voice register global
mode cme
url authentication http://192.16.2.9/CCMCIP/authenticate.asp

Summary:

!
ixi transport http
 response size 64
 no shutdown
 request outstanding 1
!
ixi application cme
 no shutdown 
!
telephony-service
xml user admin password admin 15
url authentication http://192.16.2.9/CCMCIP/authenticate.asp admin admin
!

restart the phone and navigate to the web front end of the phone to verify the Authentication URL

Step 2: Configure UnifiedFX
if you havent already installed UnifiedFX, you can download it from http://www.unifiedfx.com/
when you launch the product, add a phone system by navigating to group>add and enter the credentials

 

After you add teh server, it will auto-populate with phones from CME.

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