Archive for July, 2010

MeetMe conferencing with Call Manager Express allows a CME phone to go off hook, press the MeetMe softkey, and dial the MeetMe bridge number to start a conference. Any other CME subscriber or off-net party may dial the MeetMe number to join the conference.  By default CME does not play tones when participants join or […]

The Broadsoft Software Management Guide provides an example for configuring active/backup Ethernet interfaces (called mode 1) when configuring bonded Ethernet on a single Red Hat Enterprise server.  Only one Ethernet interface is transmitting and receiving traffic at a time while the other interface is in standby mode.  My preferred approach is 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control […]

When configuring a SIP Trunk with Unified Communications Manager to a SIP Service Provider there is a need to use a router running CUBE (Cisco Unified Border Element) between UCM and the provider offering the SIP Trunk.  One benefit is this automatically alleviates the challenges most IP PBX’s face with hosted nat traversal specific to […]