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Integrating Cisco CallManager Express andCisco Unity ExpressThis document describes how to configure Cisco CallManager Express (CME) versions 3.0 and higherwith Cisco Unity Express to work together to provide voice mail. In this document are configurationinstructions for allowing voice mail between IP phones on the same router and from different sites overWAN H.323.This document contains integration configuration instructions only. Information about configuringCisco CME and Cisco Unity Express is located in the system administrator guides in the Cisco CMEindex at cess/ip ph/ip ks/index.htm and in theCisco Unity Express index voice/unityexp/index.htm.Finding Support Information for Platforms and Cisco IOS Software ImagesCisco CME is Cisco IOS software based. Use Cisco Feature Navigator to find information aboutplatform support and Cisco IOS software image support. Access Cisco Feature Navigator athttp://www.cisco.com/go/fn. You must have an account on Cisco.com. If you do not have an account orhave forgotten your username or password, click Cancel at the login dialog box and follow theinstructions that appear.NoteCisco Unity Express is not Cisco IOS software based. For support and download information regardingCisco Unity Express, go to the Software Center website e.shtml.Contents Prerequisites for Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco Unity Express, page 2 Restrictions for Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco Unity Express, page 3 Information About Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco Unity Express, page 3 How to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity Express, page 5Corporate Headquarters:Cisco Systems, Inc., 170 West Tasman Drive, San Jose, CA 95134-1706 USACopyright 2004 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressPrerequisites for Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco Unity Express Configuration Examples for Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco Unity Express, page 33 Additional References, page 39Prerequisites for Integrating Cisco CME withCisco Unity Express You must run versions of Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express that are compatible. Forcompatibility information, see Table 1, where “yes” indicates versions of Cisco CME andCisco Unity Express that are compatible.Table 1Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express CompatibilityCisco Unity Express All VersionsCisco CME VersionWith Advanced Integrated Module(AIM) ConfigurationWith Network Module (NM)Configuration3.2 and o1.0NoNo Cisco Unity Express must be installed on each Cisco CME host router. Cisco Unity Express cannotprovide voice-mail services across Cisco CME routers. For Cisco Unity Express installationinstructions, refer to the system administrator guides in the Cisco Unity Express index. You must be able to place calls between phones on the same router using H.323. For moreinformation about configuration, go to the Cisco CallManager Express index and click the desiredCisco CME version and System Administrator Guide. Cisco Unity Express must be installed and configured. For more information, go to the Cisco UnityExpress index and click the desired Cisco Unity Express version and System Administrator Guide. Cisco Unity Express and Cisco CME’s user interfaces must be enabled. The Cisco Unity Expressinterface is enabled during installation when an administrator name and password are created. TheCisco CME interface can be enabled anytime after Cisco CME installation. For instructions on howto enable the Cisco CME interface, go to the Cisco CallManager Express index and click the desiredCisco CME version System Administrator Guide Setting Up the Cisco CME GUI SettingUp GUI Access for the System Administrator. Perform the steps in the “Setting up the HTTPServer” and “Setting Up GUI Access for the System Administrator” sections.The following example configuration enables the Cisco CME interface:ip http serverip http path flash:telephony-serviceweb admin system name test password testdn-webedittime-webedit2

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressRestrictions for Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco Unity ExpressNoteCisco CME interface files must be installed in the router’s flash memory.Restrictions for Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco Unity Express Ephone-dns used for loopback cannot be dual-line ephone-dns. Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express do not support central call processing. Cisco Unity Express cannot provide voice-mail services across Cisco CME routers. Cisco UnityExpress can provide voice mail services only for phones on its host Cisco CME router. Cisco CME 3.2 released in Cisco IOS Software 12.3(8)T and 12.3(11)T and running on Cisco 1760with T1 modules should not use the Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express GUIs. For moreinformation, 1799702.Information About Integrating Cisco CME withCisco Unity ExpressTo configure Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express for WAN H.323 calls, you should understand thefollowing: Features, page 3 Configuration, page 4 Administration, page 5 Loopback Ephone-dns, page 5FeaturesCisco Unity Express voice mail on Cisco CME routers provides the following features: Call forward to personal greeting—When an incoming call is routed to an unanswered or busyextension, the call is forwarded to the voice mail of the subscriber. The caller then hears the personalgreeting of the subscriber and can leave a message. Easy message access—A subscriber can retrieve messages without entering a user ID. Cisco UnityExpress identifies a subscriber by the extension from which the call originated. A password may berequired. Identified subscriber messaging—Using the extension from which the call originated, Cisco UnityExpress automatically identifies the sending subscriber who leaves a message during a forwardedinternal call. Message waiting indication—When a message is waiting for a subscriber, Cisco Unity Expressnotifies the Cisco CME system to activate the message-waiting indicator (MWI) on the subscriberextension. Cisco Unity Express support of up to eight voice ports.3

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressInformation About Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco Unity ExpressConfigurationCisco CME and Cisco Unity Express voice mail can be configured for one site with a single router orfor multiple sites with one router per site and WAN H.323 links between sites. Voice-mail features areavailable for IP phones using the same router and for remote WAN H.323 calls. Each router supportsvoice mail for its IP phones only, so each Cisco CME router must have Cisco Unity Express configured.As shown in Figure 1, Cisco Unity Express supports local and WAN H.323 calls. If a call is busy or isnot answered, the call is sent to voice mail on the called number’s router.Figure 1Cisco Unity Express Voice Mail Support for Local and WAN H.323 CallsCisco CME hostingCisco Unity ExpressCisco CME hostingCisco Unity Express117726H.323It is not necessary to make fundamental changes to your existing Cisco CME configuration. The requiredvoice-mail configuration elements include the following: For voice mail between IP phones on the same router:– The Cisco Unity Express module must communicate with the host Cisco CME router.– If an internal call is busy or unanswered, the ephone-dn must forward it to a voice-mail pilot oraccess number.– Message-waiting indicator (MWI) ephone-dns must be defined. For voice mail between phones on different gateways (H.323):– The above criteria for voice mail between IP phones on the same router must be met.– Each router must be configured so WAN H.323 calls will route through loopback ephone-dnsdirectly.4

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressAdministrationVoice-mail system administration tasks may be performed by using the Cisco Unity Express interface.After voice mail has been configured, Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express interfaces will share the sameinformation about phones, extensions, and system parameters. Integration configuration will not changethe interfaces’ usage.Loopback Ephone-dnsNoteLoopback ephone-dns are required for integrating Cisco Unity Express with Cisco CME versions 3.0 and3.1. They are not necessary for Cisco CME V3.2 and higher.Cisco Unity Express uses Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) signals only. When calls on the same routerare forwarded to Cisco Unity Express, the calls’ dual tone multifrequency (DTMF) tones areautomatically presented to Cisco Unity Express as SIP notify messages. For WAN H.323 calls, SIPconversion must take place using loopback ephone-dns, which are ephone-dns configured with theloopback-dn command. For more information about loopback ephone-dns, see the “Configuring CiscoCME Versions 3.0 and 3.1 for WAN H.323 Calls to Cisco Unity Express Voice Mail” section on page 20.How to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressIntegrating Cisco CME for Cisco Unity Express for WAN H.323 calls involves the following tasks: Configuring Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express for Calls Between IP Phones on the Same Router Configuring Cisco CME V3.2 and Higher for WAN H.323 Calls to Cisco Unity Express Voice Mail Configuring Cisco CME Versions 3.0 and 3.1 for WAN H.323 Calls to Cisco Unity Express VoiceMailConfiguring Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express for Calls Between IP Phoneson the Same RouterNoteIf your voice mail is working between local phones on your routers, skip this section and go to the“Configuring Cisco CME Versions 3.0 and 3.1 for WAN H.323 Calls to Cisco Unity Express Voice Mail”section on page 20.Configuration is performed using the Cisco CME command-line interface (CLI) and the Cisco UnityExpress CLI. You can start with a new Cisco CME configuration or modify an existing one. Integrationconfiguration does not require changes to your existing configuration structure. It involves the add-onconfiguration described in this section.Configuring Cisco CME and Cisco Unity Express for voice mail on a single router involves enablingcommunication between the Cisco Unity Express module and the host Cisco CME router, enabling callforwarding from the ephone-dns to a voice-mail pilot number, and enabling message-waiting indicators(MWIs).5

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressTo enable communication between the Cisco Unity Express module and the host Cisco CME router,perform the following tasks: Configuring Interfaces and a Static Route, page 6 Configuring Dial Peers for Cisco CME Phones to Call Cisco Unity Express Voice Mail, page 10To enable call forwarding from ephone-dns to a voice-mail pilot number and to enable MWIs, performthe following tasks: Configuring Voice-Mail Access, page 12 Configuring MWIs, page 14Configuring Interfaces and a Static RouteFor communication to take place between Cisco Unity Express and Cisco CME, several interfaces mustbe created. The first is an interface to the router hosting Cisco CME. See the interface fastethernet0/1command in Figure 2. The second is an interface that links together the Cisco Unity Express and CiscoCME ports and IP addresses. See the interface service-engine0/0 command in Figure 2.NoteThe Cisco Unity Express and Cisco CME must use IP addresses with the same subnet address.In addition, a static route to the Cisco Unity Express NM or AIM has to be created because Cisco CMEcannot build a route dynamically.Figure 2Communication Between the Cisco CME Router and Cisco Unity ExpressCisco CME routerCisco Unity Express NM or AIMinterface service-engine1/0ip unnumbered fastethernet0/1service-module ip address 10.1.1.2 255.255.255.0service-module ip default-gateway 10.1.1.1Cisco Unity Express IP addressaddresCisco CME router IP interface and IP addressinterface fastethernet0/1ip address 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.06117727ip route 10.1.1.2 255.255.255.0 service-engine1/0

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressPrerequisitesThe following information is required for activating the software:Note Slot and unit numbers of the Cisco Unity Express module on the Cisco IOS router hostingCisco Unity Express. IP address and subnet mask of the Cisco IOS router hosting Cisco Unity Express or the unnumberedinterface type and number. IP address of the Cisco Unity Express module. This IP address must be on the same subnet as theCisco IOS router hosting Cisco Unity Express. IP address of the default gateway of the Cisco Unity Express router. This IP address must be thesame IP address as the Cisco IOS router hosting Cisco Unity Express.Use the Cisco Unity Express CLI for configuring the service-engine interface command.SUMMARY STEPS1.interface fastethernetslot/interface subinterface2.ip address ip-address mask3.exit4.interface service-engineslot/interface subinterface5.ip unnumbered fastethernetslot/interface subinterface6.service-module ip address ce-side-ip-addr subnet-mask7.service module ip default-gateway gw-ip-addr8.exit9.ip route ip-address mask service-engineslot/interface subinterfaceDETAILED STEPSStep 1Command or ActionPurposeinterfacefastethernetslot/interface subinterfaceConfigures the FastEthernet interface for the Cisco CMEhost router and enters interface configuration mode. slot—Slot number. Refer to the appropriate hardwaremanual for slot and port information. interface subinterface—Subinterface number in therange 1 to 4,294,967,293. The number that precedes theperiod (.) must match the number to which thissubinterface belongs.Example:Router(config)# interface fastethernet0/0Step 2ip address ip-address maskExample:Router(config-if)# ip address 10.0.0.1255.255.255.255Sets a primary or secondary IP address for an interface. ip-address—IP address. mask—Mask for the associated IP subnet.NoteEnter the IP address and mask of the Cisco CMErouter hosting Cisco Unity Express.7

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressStep 3Command or ActionPurposeexitExits the interface configuration mode.Example:Router(config-if)# exitStep 4interfaceservice-engineslot/interface subinterfaceConfigures the Cisco Unity Express interface module andenters interface configuration mode. slot—Slot number. Refer to the appropriate hardwaremanual for slot and port information. interface subinterface—Subinterface number in therange 1 to 4,294,967,293. The number that precedes theperiod (.) must match the number to which thissubinterface belongs.Example:Router(config)# interface service-engine1/0NoteStep 5ip unnumberedfastethernetslot/interface subinterfaceExample:Enables IP processing on a FastEthernet interface (for theCisco CME host router) without assigning an explicit IPaddress to the interface. slot—Slot number. Refer to the appropriate hardwaremanual for slot and port information. interface subinterface—Subinterface number in therange 1 to 4,294,967,293. The number that precedes theperiod (.) must match the number to which thissubinterface belongs. Specify the interface type and number for the CiscoCME router hosting Cisco Unity Express.Router(config-if)# ip unnumberedfastethernet0/0Step 6service-module ip address ce-side-ip-addrsubnet-maskExample:Defines the IP address for the internal network-module-sideinterface (the Cisco Unity Express module) on a contentengine (CE) network module (the Cisco CME host router). ce-side-ip-addr—IP address of the internalnetwork-module-side interface on a CE networkmodule. subnet-mask—Subnet mask to append to the IPaddress. Specify the IP address used by Cisco Unity Expressmodule. The IP address must be on the same subnet asthe IP address for the Cisco CME router hosting CiscoUnity Express.Router(config-if)# service-module ip address10.40.0.2 255.255.255.255Step 7service-module ip default-gateway gw-ip-addrExample:Router(config-if)# service module ipdefault-gateway 10.40.0.38This command is available through Cisco UnityExpress only. You must use the Cisco Unity ExpressCLI.Defines a default IP address for the service engine interface. gw-ip-addr—IP address of the default gateway. Specify the IP address of the Cisco CME router hostingCisco Unity Express.

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressStep 8Command or ActionPurposeexitExits the service engine interface configuration mode.Example:Router(config-if)# exitStep 9ip route ip-address maskservice-engineslot/interface subinterfaceEstablishes a static route to the Cisco Unity Expressmodule.Example:Router(config)# ip route 10.40.0.2255.255.255.255 service-engine1/0Verifying Interfaces and Static RoutesTo verify that interfaces and static routes are configured correctly, perform the following steps:SUMMARY STEPS1.show interface service-engine slot/interface subinterface2.service-module service-engine slot/interface subinterface status3.show running interface interface-type slot/interface subinterface4.show ip route ip-addressDETAILED STEPSStep 1show interface service-engine slot/interface subinterfaceUse this command to make sure that the service-engine interface is in an Up/Up state as shown below.No IP traffic will pass through unless the interface is in this state.Router# show interface service-engine 1/0Service-Engine1/0 is up, line protocol is upHardware is I82559FE, address is 0008.e35f.6e80 (bia 0008.e35f.6e80)Step 2service-module service-engine slot/interface subinterface statusUse this command to make sure that the service-module status is steady state. Cisco IOS software usesRouter Blade Control Protocol (RBCP) for IP address communication, and RBCP messages for IPaddresses take effect only when the module is in a steady state. If the module is not in a steady state,then, depending on what state the module is in, either wait for Cisco Unity Express to reach a steadystate or reload or reset the module.Router# service-module service-engine 1/0 statusService Module is Cisco Service-Engine1/0Service Module supports session via TTY line 33Service Module is in Steady stateGetting status from the Service Module, please wait.cisco service engine 1.09

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressStep 3show running interface interface-type slot/interface subinterfaceUse this command to make sure that the IP addresses have been configured for the service-engineinterface and Cisco Unity Express. Also, check the IP default gateway for Cisco Unity Express. Use thefollowing show commands to check the IP addresses assigned to Cisco Unity Express. In the example,the IP address for Cisco Unity Express is 10.10.10.2, and the default gateway is 10.10.10.1. Note thatthe IP address of the service-engine interface is same as that of the Fast Ethernet 0/0 interface.Router# show running interface service-engine 1/0Building configuration.Current configuration :211 bytesinterface Service-Engine1/0ip unnumbered FastEthernet0/0service-module ip address 10.10.10.2 255.255.255.0service-module ip default-gateway 10.10.10.1endRouter# show running interface FastEthernet0/0Building configuration.Current configuration :211 bytesinterface FastEthernet0/0ip address 10.10.10.1 255.255.255.0duplex autospeed autoendStep 4show ip route ip-addressIf you are using an IP unnumbered scheme of addresses, use the show ip route command to make surethat the host route (/32 mask) has been configured for the IP address assigned to Cisco Unity Express;for example:Router# show ip route 10.10.10.2Routing entry for 10.10.10.2/32Known via "static", distance 1, metric 0 (connected)Routing Descriptor Blocks:* directly connected, via Service-Engine1/0Route metric is 0, traffic share count is 1Troubleshooting TipsIf you can ping Cisco Unity Express from the router itself, but not from outside, check the defaultgateway for Cisco Unity Express. It should be the IP address of the Cisco CME interface. If this is thecase, you can also ping the router hosting Cisco Unity Express.Configuring Dial Peers for Cisco CME Phones to Call Cisco Unity Express Voice MailA dedicated dial peer is required for facilitating communication between Cisco CME and Cisco UnityExpress. The destination-pattern command under dial peer 1 assigns a set of phone numbers dedicatedto applications such as Cisco Unity Express. If no other applications are going to be used, you could setthe destination pattern to one number only, such as 2000. Note that the voice-mail pilot number must bewithin the dial peer’s destination-pattern range (see the “Configuring Voice-Mail Access” section onpage 12), and the ephone-dns must be configured for call forwarding to the voice-mail number (see the“Configuring Voice-Mail Access” section on page 12), which triggers the use of the dial peer.10

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressThe Cisco Unity Express dial peer must use Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for call sessions and fortranslating dual tone multifrequency (DTMF) tones into SIP notify messages. A codec must bedesignated, and voice activity detection (VAD) must be switched off.SUMMARY STEPS1.dial-peer voice tag voip2.destination-pattern [ ] string [T]3.session protocol sipv24.session target ipv4:destination-pattern5.dtmf-relay sip-notify6.no vad7.exitDETAILED STEPSStep 1Command or ActionPurposedial-peer voice tag voipDefines a particular dial peer, specifies the method of voiceencapsulation, and enters dial-peer configuration mode.Example:Router(config)# dial-peer voice voipStep 2destination-pattern [ ] string [T]Example:Router(config-dial-peer)# destination-pattern2.Step 3session protocol sipv2Example:Specifies either the prefix or the full E.164 telephonenumber (depending on your dial plan) to be used for a dialpeer. —Character that indicates an E.164 standard number. string—Series of digits that specify a pattern for theE.164 or private dialing plan telephone number.Consult CLI help for valid entries. T—Control character that indicates that thedestination-pattern value is a variable-length dialstring. Using this control character enables the router towait until all digits are received before routing the call.Specifies SIP as the session protocol for calls between thehost Cisco CME router and the Cisco Unity Expressmodule.Router(config-dial-peer)# session protocolsipv2Step 4session target -peer)# session targetipv4:10.10.10.10Step 5dtmf-relay sip-notifyDesignates a network-specific address to receive calls froma Voice over IP (VoIP) dial peer. destination-pattern—IP address of the dial peer that isto receive calls. Enter the IP address of the Cisco UnityExpress module.Forwards DTMF tones using SIP notify messages.Example:Router(config-dial-peer)# dtmf-relay sip-notify11

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressStep 6Command or ActionPurposecodec codecSpecifies the voice coder rate of speech for a dial peer. codec—The allowable codec is dependent on the routerthat you are using. Consult CLI help for valid entries.NoteCisco Unity Express 1.0 and 1.1 support mu-lawonly.Example:Router(config-dial-peer)# codec g711ulawStep 7Disables VAD for the calls using a particular dial peer.no vadExample:Router(config-dial-peer)# no vadStep 8Exits dial-peer configuration mode.exitExample:Router(config-dial-peer)# exitTroubleshooting TipsMake sure that the voice-mail number has an appropriate SIP dial peer pointing to the correctdestination. In the example commands shown in the “Detailed Steps” section above, dial-peer 1’sdestination pattern of 2 will allow for a voice-mail pilot number between 2000 and 2999. If you arerunning the auto-attendant and the greeting management system (GMS), they could each use one ofdial-peer 1’s extension numbers. If they do not use one of these numbers, they must use a new dial peeror separate dial peers, depending on their pilot numbers.Configuring Voice-Mail AccessCisco CME configuration must include the creation of a voice-mail pilot number that is within the rangeof the destination pattern for the dial peer that you just created (see the “Configuring Dial Peers for CiscoCME Phones to Call Cisco Unity Express Voice Mail” section on page 10). The voice-mail pilot numberis the telephone number that is speed-dialed when the Messages button on a Cisco IP phone is pressedor when a busy or unanswered call is forwarded to voice mail. One voice-mail pilot extension number isconfigured for voice messaging for all Cisco IP phones connected to the router. In addition, ephone-dnsmust be configured to forward unanswered or busy calls to the voice-mail number.SUMMARY STEPSNote12The commands in the Summary Steps and Detailed Steps sections do not provide all of the ephone-dnconfiguration elements. For information about how ephone-dns must be configured for IP telephony, goto the Cisco CallManager Express index and click the desired Cisco CME version and then SystemAdministrator Guide Setting Up Phones Setting Up Initial Extensions and Phones. You can usethe automated, partially automated, or manual procedures described there.1.telephony-service2.voicemail phone-number3.exit4.ephone-dn dn-tag

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity Express5.call-forward busy directory-number6.call-forward noan directory-number timeout seconds7.exitDETAILED STEPSStep 1Command or ActionPurposetelephony-serviceEnters telephony-service configuration mode.Example:Router(config)# telephony-serviceStep 2voicemail phone-numberDefines the telephone number that is speed-dialed when theMessages button on a Cisco IP phone is pressed.Example:Router(config-telephony-service)# voicemail2000Step 3exitExits telephony-service configuration mode.Example:Router(config-telephony-service)# exitStep 4ephone-dn dn-tagExample:Enters ephone-dn configuration mode to create an extension(ephone-dn) for a Cisco IP phone line. Router(config)# ephone-dn 1Step 5call-forward busy directory-numberExample:Configures call forwarding so that incoming calls to a busyextension (ephone-dn) are forwarded to voice mail. Router(config-ephone-dn)# call-forward busy2000Step 6call-forward noan directory-number timeoutseconds directory-number—Telephone number to which callsare forwarded. Represents a fully qualified E.164number. timeout seconds—Sets the duration for which a callcan ring with no answer before the call is forwarded toanother extension. Range is from 3 to 60000. There isno default value.Router(config-ephone-dn)# call-forward noan2000 time 30exitdirectory-number—Telephone number to which callsare forwarded. Represents a fully qualified E.164number or extension number.Configures call forwarding so that incoming calls to a busyextension (ephone-dn) are forwarded to voice mail.Example:Step 7dn-tag—Unique sequence number that identifies thisephone-dn during configuration tasks. Range is from 1to the maximum number of ephone-dns allowed on therouter platform. Consult CLI help for the maximumvalue for this argument.Exits ephone-dn configuration mode.Example:Router(config-ephone-dn)# exit13

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity ExpressConfiguring MWIsThe MWI mechanism turns on the light indicator on Cisco IP phones and other devices, such as theCisco ATA-186, to inform the user that a voice-mail message is waiting. The MWI mechanism isinitiated after someone leaves a voice-mail message and is turned off after the user listens to voice mail.The internal MWI mechanism of the CME router is explained in Figure 3.NoteFor extensions associated with analog telephone adaptors (ATAs), the message-waiting indication (MWI) isa lit function button on the ATA and a stutter dial tone on the connected analog phone.Figure 3MWI Mechanism on a Cisco CME Router Hosting Cisco Unity Expressephone-dn1001IPIPIP117728MWIephone-dn8000. (on)8001. (off)1001In the network topology in Figure 3, the following events take place:141.The Cisco IP phone with the extension 1001 receives a call, and the call is not answered.2.The Cisco IP phone with the extension 1001 forwards the call to voice mail.3.The greeting for extension 1001 plays, and a voice-mail message is left.4.Cisco Unity Express places an MWI notification call to the MWI processing ephone-dn 8000 andappends 1001 as the calling party ID for the notification call. The number 80001001 is dialed.

Integrating Cisco CallManager Express and Cisco Unity ExpressHow to Integrate Cisco with Cisco Unity Express5.Ephone-dn 8000 accepts the MWI notification call and switches on the message-waiting light forextension 1001.6.When the phone user at extension 1001 listens to all of the voice mail, Cisco Unity Express placesan MWI notification call to ephone-dn 8001 and appends 1001 as the calling party ID. The number80011001 is dialed.For these events to occur, the mwi on and mwi off commands are required. MWI status notification callsare processed by dummy ephone-dns, which are ephone-dns that are not used for phone calls. One MWIprocessing ephone-dn must be allocated to activate MWIs, and another must be allocated to deactivateMWIs.SUMMARY STEPS1.ephone-dn dn-tag2.number number3.mwi {on off}4.exitDETAILED STEPSStep 1CommandPurposeephone-dn dn-tagEnters ephone-dn configuration mode and configures theephone-dns for the Cisco IP phone lines.Example:Router(config)# ephone-dn 4Step 2number numberExample:Router(config-ephone-dn)# number 8000.Associates a telephone or extension number with anextension. number—MWI ephone-dn numbers h

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