Activate and Verify Extension Mobility Service Cisco

CUCM
  1. Activate and Verify Extension Mobility Service is Running

Note:  I’ve also seen where multiple call managers are being used to register phones, however, the Cisco Extension Mobility Service is not active on all servers.  Watch out for this.

  1. From the Navigation menu select Cisco Unified CallManager Serviceability
  2. Select Tools > Control Center – Feature Services
  3. Make sure that the Cisco Extension Mobility service shows status Activated

Configure Extension Mobility Service

  1. From the Navigation menu select Cisco Unified CallManager Administration
  2. Select Device > Device Settings > Phone Services
  3. Click Add New
  4. In the Service Name field, type Extension Mobility
  5. In the Service Description field, type Login and logout service
  6. In the Service URL field, Enter the following URL:

http://<IP Add>:8080/emapp/EMAppServlet?device=#DEVICENAME#

Click Save

Modify Enterprise Parameters to Reflect IP Address of CallManager

  1. Select System > Enterprise Parameters
  2. Under Phone URL parameters, change all fields from CCMNAME:8080 to IPADDR:8080.  Change ONLY your existing server name to the correct IP address.
  3. Click Save
  4. Click Ok from the pop-up warning.
  5. Click Reset
  6. In the pop-up window select Reset
  7. Click Close

Create a Device Profile Default for Each Phone Model (using Cisco Extension Mobility)

  1. Select Device > Device Settings > Default Device Profile
  2. From the drop down list, select the phone model to be configured, for example, Cisco 7960.
  3. Under Description, enter a description of this profile.
  4. Under Phone Button Template, select Standard 7960 SCCP.
  5. Click Save
  6. Repeat for each model phone to be configured

 
Create Device User Profile for a User

  1. Choose Device > Device Settings > Device Profile and click Add New.
  2. From the drop down list, select the phone model to be configured, for example, Cisco 7960
  3. Click Next
  4. Enter a Device Profile Name, for example “Your Name” .
  5. From the Phone Button Template field, select Standard 7960 SCCP.
  6. Click Save.
  7. On the left hand side of the screen, click the link Line [1] – Add a new DN.
  8. Choose a valid DN from your internal dialing plan for the location, enter that DN in the Directory Number field.
  9. Under Route Partition, select your city’s Headquarters Partition.
  10. Under Directory Number Settings choose a CSS of appropriate access.
  11. Enter any Call Forward and Call Pickup Settings as necessary.
  12. In the Display (Internal Caller ID), enter the User’s name.
  13. Click Save.
  14. From the Related Links: menu, select Subscribe/Unsubscribe Services.
  15. In the Select a Service, select Extension Mobility, then click Next.
  16. Click Subscribe.
  17. Click Save.
  18. Repeat for any additional lines.

 
Associate User Device Profile to a User

  1. From the menu, select User Management > End User.
  2. Click Find
  3. Select the user from the list that matches the profile that was created.
  4. Under Extension Mobility > Available Profiles, select the profile and move it to the Controlled Profiles selection.
  5. Under Default Profile, select the profile.
  6. Click Save.

 
Configure and Subscribe Cisco Unified Ip Phones to Service and Enable

  1. Select Device > Phone from the menu.
  2. Select the phone from the list of devices.
  3. In the Related Links: field, select Subscribe/Unsubscribe Services and click Go
  4. In the pop-up window, under Service Information, in the Select a Service pull down menu, select Extension Mobility.
  5. Click Next
  6. Click Subscribe
  7. Click Save
  8. Close the pop-up window.
  9. Under Extension Information, check the Enable Extension Mobility box.
  10. Under the Logout Profile field, select – Use Current Device Settings –
  11. Click Save.
  12. Click Ok from the pop-up warning.
  13. Click Reset
  14. In the pop-up window select Reset.
  15. Click Close.

Hope this helps!

Activate and Verify Extension Mobility Service Cisco was last modified: April 2nd, 2018 by Vikram Prakash
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