ucc

ucc

facetime {enable|no|priority video <0-63>}

h323 {enable|no|priority voice <0-63>}

ich {channel-utilization-threshold <50-95>|enable|no}

jabber

enable

no

priority {app-sharing <0-63>|video <0-63>|voice <0-63>}

server-ip <server-ip>

noe {enable|no|priority voice <0-63>}

rtpa-config {enable|no|upstream}

sccp {enable|no|priority voice <0-63>}

session-idle-timeout {no|value <35-250>}

sip

enable

midcall-req-timeout

no

priority {video <0-63>|voice <0-63>}

rtcp-inactivity

skype4b

enable

no

priority {app-sharing <0-63>|video <0-63>|voice <0-63>}

sdn {http|https}

tables

vocera {enable|no|priority voice <0-63>}

wificalling

dns-pattern <dns-pattern> service-provider <service-provider>

enable

no

priority voice <0-62>

Description

This command configures the various UCC Application Layer Gateways (ALGs).

Syntax

Parameter

Description

Range

Default

facetime

Configures the Apple® FaceTime ALG. The ALG is enabled by default. The DSCP value for the video session is 34 by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable– Enable the Apple Facetime ALG on the Mobility Master.

no– Remove or negate a parameter.

priority– The DSCP value for the video session.

priority video: 0-63

priority video: 34

h323

Configures the H.323 ALG. The ALG is enabled by default. The DSCP value for the voice session is 46 by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable– Enable the H.323 ALG on the Mobility Master.

no– Remove or negate a parameter.

priority– The DSCP value for the voice session.

priority voice: 0-63

priority voice: 46

ich

Configures the intelligent call handling. The setting is enabled by default. The Channel Utilization Threshold is 90 by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

channel-utilization-threshold–The maximum limit for the channel utilization.

enable–Enable intelligent call handling on the Mobility Master.

no–Remove or negate a parameter.

channel-utilization-threshold: 50-95

channel-utilization-threshold: 90

jabber

Configures the Cisco® Jabber ALG. The ALG is enabled by default. Enter the Cisco Unified Communication Manager IM & Presence server IP. The DSCP values for the voice, video, and app-sharing sessions are 46, 34, and 34, respectively, by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable–Enable Jabber ALG on the Mobility Master.

no–Remove or negate a parameter.

priority–The DSCP value for voice, video, and app-sharing sessions.

server-ip–Jabber server IP.

app-sharing, video, and voice: 0-63

app-sharing: 34

video: 34

voice: 46

noe

Configures the Alcatel-Lucent® New Office Environment (NOE) ALG. The ALG is enabled by default. The DSCP value for the voice session is 46 by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable– Enable the NOE ALG on the Mobility Master.

no– Remove or negate a parameter.

priority– The DSCP value for the voice session.

priority voice: 0-63

priority voice: 46

rtpa-config

Configures the real-time analysis of VoIP calls including upstream real-time analysis. The

setting is enabled by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable– Enable Real-Time Analysis of VoIP calls.

no– Remove or negate a parameter.

upstream–Enable upstream Real-Time Analysis of VoIP calls.

sccp

Configures the Cisco Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) ALG. The ALG is enabled by default. The DSCP value for the voice session is 46 by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable– Enable the SCCP ALG on the Mobility Master.

no– Remove or negate a parameter.

priority– The DSCP value for the voice session.

priority voice: 0-63

priority voice: 46

session-idle-timeout

Configures the UCC session idle timeout. On configuring this parameter, if the voice session is idle for the configured period, UCM aborts the session on the managed device due to inactivity. The default value is 35. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

no– Remove or negate a parameter.

value– Configure UCC session idle timeout in seconds.

value: 35-250

value: 35

sip

Configures the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) ALG. The ALG is enabled by default. You can enable the SIP Midcall request timeout and RTCP inactivity settings. The DSCP values for the voice and video sessions are 46 and 34, respectively, by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable–Enable SIP ALG on the Mobility Master.

midcall-req-timeout–Enable SIP Midcall request timeout.

no–Remove or negate a parameter.

priority–The DSCP value for voice and video sessions.

rtcp-inactivity–Enable Real-Time Control Protocol inactivity.

video and voice: 0-63

video: 34

voice: 46

skype4b

Configures the Microsoft® Lync/Skype for Business ALG. The ALG is enabled by default. You

can set the Skype for Business SDN listen protocol over HTTP or HTTPS. Based on the SDN listen protocol configuration, Mobility Master accepts either HTTP or HTTPS messages from the Skype for Business SDN manager. The DSCP values for the voice, video, and app-sharing sessions are 46, 34, and 34, respectively, by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable–Enable Skype for Business ALG on the Mobility Master.

no–Remove or negate a parameter.

priority–The DSCP value for voice, video, and app-sharing sessions.

sdn–Skype for Business SDN listen protocol. The default Skype for Business SDN API listen port is 32000.

app-sharing, video, and voice: 0-63

app-sharing: 34

video: 34

voice: 46

tables

Displays the UCC client MAC and IP address table.

NOTE: This parameter is executable from the enable mode.

vocera

Configure the Vocera ALG. The ALG is enabled by default. The DSCP value for the voice

session is 46 by default. This parameter has the following sub-parameters:

enable– Enable the Vocera ALG on the Mobility Master.

no– Remove or negate a parameter.

priority– The DSCP value for the voice session.

priority voice: 0-63

priority voice: 46

wificalling

Configures the Wi-Fi Calling. Wi-Fi Calling is enabled by default. The DSCP value for the

voice session is 46 by default.

dns-pattern– Configure the DNS pattern for the carrier. A maximum of 10 DNS patterns can be configured. DNS patterns for known carriers are configured by default. Default built-in patterns are:

- 3 HK - wlan.three.com.hk

- ATT - epdg.epc.att.net

- Rogers - epdg.epc.mnc720.mcc302.pub.3gppnetwork.org

- SmarTone - epdg.epc.mnc006.mcc454.pub.3gppnetwork.org

- Sprint - primgw.vowifi2.spcsdns.net

- T-Mobile - ss.epdg.epc.mnc260.mcc310.pub.3gppnetwork.org

- Verizon - wo.vzwwo.com

If the ePDG FQDN of the carrier does not match with the default patterns, use this option to configure the DNS pattern for the carrier.

NOTE: The DNS IP address that Mobility Master learns for Wi-Fi Calling age out automatically, if there was no DNS query or response matching that IP for more than seven days.

service-provider– Add the service provider name for enhanced visibility.

enable– Enable the Wi-Fi calling ALG on the Mobility Master.

no– Remove or negate a parameter.

priority– The DSCP value for the voice session.

priority voice: 0-62

priority voice: 46

Usage Guidelines

The UCC ALGs must be configured from the /mm node hierarchy of Mobility Master. All the ALGs are enabled by default.

Examples

The following commands enables Wi-Fi calling on Mobility Master:

(host) [mm] (config) #ucc wificalling

(host) ^[mm] (WiFiCalling Configuration) #enable

The following command displays the UCC client MAC and IP address table. The ucc tables command should be executed from the enable mode:

(host) [mynode] #ucc tables

 

---------------------------------------------

UCC Client MAC table

--------------------

Client(MAC) Client(IP) Type ALG

----------- ---------- ---- ---

68:17:29:9f:b6:77 10.15.88.234 Client Jabber/xmpp/SIP

---------------------------------------------

UCC Client IP table

-------------------

Client(MAC) Client(IP) Type ALG

----------- ---------- ---- ---

00:0b:86:8f:d6:b7 10.15.16.50 Server SIP

00:0b:86:8f:d6:b7 10.15.16.30 Server Jabber

68:17:29:9f:b6:77 10.15.88.234 Client Jabber/xmpp/SIP

---------------------------------------------

Related Commands

Command

Description

show ucc call-info cdrs

This command displays the Call Detailed Records (CDR) statistics for UCC.

show ucc client-info

This command displays the UCC client status and CDR statistics.

show ucc dns-ip-learning

This command displays the carrier’s evolved Packet Data Gateway (ePDG) IP address learned by the managed device. This command is specific for Wi-Fi calling clients.

show ucc facetime

This command displays the Apple Facetime ALG configuration.

show ucc h323

This command displays the H.323 ALG configuration.

show ucc ich

This command displays the Intelligent Call Handling configuration.

show ucc internal-state

This command displays the number of CDRs, flows, and voice clients created. This is a debug command.

show ucc jabber

This command displays the Cisco Jabber ALG configuration.

show ucc noe

This command displays the Alcatel-Lucent New Office Environment (NOE) ALG configuration.

show ucc rtpa-config

This command displays the real-time analysis configuration.

show ucc rtpa-report

This command displays the real-time analysis report.

show ucc sccp

This command displays the Cisco Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) ALG configuration.

show ucc session-idle-timeout

This command displays the UCC session idle timeout configuration.

show ucc sip

This command displays the SIP ALG configuration.

show ucc skype4b

This command displays the Skype4B ALG configuration.

show ucc statistics

This command displays the UCC call statistics.

show ucc trace-buffer

This command displays the UCC call message trace buffer for Cisco Jabber, Cisco SCCP, SIP, and Microsoft Skype for Business ALGs.

show ucc vocera

This command displays the Vocera ALG configuration.

show ucc wificalling

This command displays the Wi-Fi calling configuration.

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platform

License

Command Mode

All platforms

PEFNG license

Config mode on Mobility Master