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Cisco Bug: CSCul19347 - Port number information is dissimilar on conference bridge configuration

Last Modified

Apr 03, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco TelePresence Conductor

Known Affected Releases

XC2.2.x

Description (partial)

Symptom:

Issue :
Port number information is dissimilar on conference bridge configuration for CUCM AdHoc conference

Description 

CUCM deployment guide for Telepresence conductor XC2.2 having the dissimilar port information on AdHoc Conference configuration.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/conductor/config_guide/Cisco_TelePresence_Conductor_with_Cisco_Unified_CM_Deployment_Guide_XC2-2.pdf 
 
HTTP port is given wrongly  in the Task 27 or page No. 37 out of 66 
Please refer the Document-1 Screenshot  on attachment 

In the page No. 38 out of 66 is not matched with example configuration 
Please refer the Document-2 Screenshot  on attachment 
Configuration table and Configuration screenshot are using dissimilar port informations in the CUCM AdHoc conference configuration guide.
 
Expected behavior :
 
If the conference bridge is having secure https port we should use 443, else we can use port No. 80 for http.
 
Please find the below url for the same.
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/infrastructure/conductor/config_guide/Cisco_TelePresence_Conductor_with_Cisco_Unified_CM_Deployment_Guide_XC2-2.pdf
 
 Version Details:
Telepresence Conductor -> XC2.2.1
 
Conditions:

Expected behavior :
 
If the conference bridge is having secure https port we should use 443, else we can use port No. 80 for http.
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