• Cisco 7905G IP Phone mysteriously unregisters from CallManager

    I have 7905G ip phones that mysteriously unregister from call manager. The only way to restore service to phone is to restart phone. Has anyone experienced this?

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  • Cisco CallManager upgrade from 4.X to 6.1

    I want to upgrade my Cisco Callmanager version from 4.1 to 6.1.My server is HP Compaq Proliant GL320 G2.I upgraded my server 2*80GB HDD and 2GB RAM.Buy I have error Grub Loading Stage 1.5 Grub Loading please wait.... Error 21 when I installed 6.1 DVD. Can you help me for this problem. Thanks,

    Ipttrc5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco CallManager

    what are the equipment for a call with Cisco CallManager?

    Marein5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco VT camera

    Is there a thrid party driver that I can use with this camera to work in Windows?

    Vjking5 pointsBadges:
  • CISCO Call Manager

    We have recently purchased a ISR 3825 loaded with Call Manager. We are able to access the SDM via a laptop but cannot access the Call Manager software. The router wasn't supplied with any software or details of how to access Call Manager, does anybody have any ideas?

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  • International forwarding

    How can I find out who's phones allow them to forward outside of the company. Call Manager version is 4.1

    Atif20085 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Call Manager 5

    Hi I need to intergrate the company GAL into Cisco Call Manager 5. They are using Exchange 2006. I have read up on LDAP and dont fully understand the process of intergrating the GAL onto the Cisco phones. What needs to happen is that the GAL needs to be viewable on the Cisco phones when users...

    Poontang5 pointsBadges:
  • Call Manager

    Hello, I am new to this call manager.Is there any way to get number of concurrent video conferences?Does any mib support this?If not through snmp, can i get this info thru any other means? -- Chitra

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  • Restricting Calls

    I'm running CM 5.1. My IP Phones are purly for network troubleshooting purposes across a fairly vast routed network. I'd like to restrict some phones from calling one another and have others that can call everyone. What's the best way to set this up? I'm using 4 digit DN's right now, and there's no...

    Trek4ward5 pointsBadges:

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