How to do networking between two CUE

Posted: May 1, 2006 by sankar in Cisco Unity Express

a. Define a local location ID (Define a location number, Location name and abbreviation ID.Specify the Domain name/IP address to be ip address of local CUE module Phone prefix and VPIM Broadcast ID are not required for CUE to CUE networking.

b. Voicemail encoding may be set to dynamic. If a CUE detects that the destination is another CUE It uses g711. If its Unity, it uses g726.

c. Make sure Networking is Enabled for this location by checking the "Enabled" checkbox.

d. Add a remote location ID (Define a location number, Location name and abbreviation ID.Specify the Domain name/IP address to be ip address of remote CUE module Phone prefix and VPIM Broadcast ID are not required for CUE to CUE networking.

e. Add a remote user who falls in the remote location.

CUE To CUE VPIM

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Comments
  1. Pushkar Bhatkoti says:

    if you are a cli chant, just do this one CUE;

    network location id “408”
    email domain unity.ccievoice.com
    voicemail broadcast vpim-id vpim-broadcast
    voicemail vpim-encoding dynamic
    end location

    network location id “888”
    email domain 10.1.1.253
    name “cue”
    voicemail broadcast vpim-id vpim-broadcast
    voicemail vpim-encoding dynamic
    end location

    network local location id 888

  2. Pushkar Bhatkoti says:

    e. Add a remote user who falls in the remote location.

    no need to add remote users in cme.

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