Cisco OL-21852-01 User Manual

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Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration Guide


Chapter 101 IP Phone Services Configuration

IP Phone Service Configuration Settings

Secure-Service URL

Enter the secure URL of the server where the Cisco Unified IP Phone
services application is located. Make sure that this server remains
independent of the servers in your Cisco Unified Communications
Manager cluster. Do not specify a Cisco Unified Communications
Manager server or any server that is associated with Cisco Unified
Communications Manager (such as a TFTP server or publisher
database server).

For the services to be available, the phones in the Cisco Unified
Communications Manager cluster must have network connectivity to
the server.


If you do not provide a Secure-Service URL, the device uses
the nonsecure URL. If you provide both a secure URL and a
nonsecure URL, the device chooses the appropriate URL,
based on its capabilities.

Service Category

Select a service application type (XML or Java MIDlet).

If you choose Java MIDlet, when the phone receives the updated
configuration file, the phone retrieves the Cisco-signed MIDlet
application (JAD and JAR) from the specified Service URL and
installs the application.

Service Type

Choose whether the service is provisioned to the Services,
Directories, or Messages button/option on the phone; that is, if the
phone has these buttons/options. To determine whether your phone
these buttons/options, refer to the Cisco Unified IP Phone
Administration Guide
that supports your phone model.

Service Vendor

This field allows you to specify the vendor/manufacturer for the
service. This field is optional for XML applications, but it is required
for Cisco-signed Java MIDlets.

For Cisco-signed Java MIDlets, the value that you enter in this field
must exactly match the vendor that is defined in the MIDlet JAD file.

This field displays as blank for Cisco-provided default services.

You can enter up to 64 characters.

Table 101-1

IP Phone Service Configuration Settings (continued)