Posted by: Mudassir Ali | June 20, 2011

Tool for Auto-registered Phone Support (TAPS)

Tool for Auto-registered Phone Support (TAPS)
TAPS allows an administrator or user to dial the TAPS directory number and automate the phone registration process. Phones can be imported via a BAT (Bulk Administration Tool) template and each phone will be associated with a specific configuration based on its primary directory number. During the creation of the BAT file administrators can choose to generate a dummy MAC address that will be replaced via the TAPS application with the real MAC address once the phone registration has been completed.
There are two options available for TAPS phone registration.

  • Allow Auto-Registered phones to reset with a profile with a dummy MAC address. (TAPS updates auto-registered phones with a profile that have the dummy MAC address only)
  • Allow Auto-Registered phones to reset with any profile.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Bulk Administration Guide, Release 8.6(1)

  • Working with the Tool for Auto-Registered Phones Support (TAPS)
  • Troubleshooting BAT and TAPS
  • Bulk Administration Tool User Guide, Release 5.2(1)

  • Working with the Tool for Auto-Registered Phones Support
  • Troubleshooting BAT and TAPS
  • Device Configuration with TAPS and BAT in Cisco CallManager Administration
    Bulk Administration Tool User Guide, Release 4.4(4) Working with TAPS
    After the TAPS is installed on the CRS 4.x server, when the CTI route point of the Cisco CallManager 5.x is called, the caller hears dead air
    TAPS with locales
    How to download the TAPS.aef script in Cisco CallManager
    Using TAPS with +E.164 directory numbers
    Solution Reference Network Design for Cisco Unified CCX and Cisco Unified IP IVR, Release 8.5(1)
    How to download the TAPS.aef script in Cisco CallManager

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