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  • Part 1: Installing PCCE 12 – The Core
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    Fix any errors that appear. Here is what it looks like with errors: Finishing the PCCE Install Once the file is validated, the installer will ask you for a domain service account. This is the same as the one described earlier in this section for production builds.

    For a lab, you can just use your administrator domain account. For the duplex install it will run through 33 steps to be completed. If any step fails it will make you revert the changes it automates this , fix the error and try it again. It will look like this as it runs through its steps: If you have any issues the screen will look like this below.

    In this case, one of the AWs was still turned off. Once all 33 steps complete successfully you will see this: Congratulations! The installer has accepted you and allowed the installation to complete.

    The core PCCE install is complete, but we still have some work to do to get call routing functioning completely. This will happen automatically the first time you log into it. You were warned. You will see the following screen: The default settings are typically what you want here. From here it will tell you configuration is complete and the VVB Service is restarting. Give it about 10 minutes then continue on with the next step.

    Everything else in UCM needs to be configured by hand the traditional way. Cisco did a really good job here. Here you can add VVB servers and other external components.

    This brings up a pop-up asking what type of machine to add. In most cases, the default VVB settings are fine. For a simple lab build nothing needs to be changed here, but if you do need to make changes now you know where to go. You have to reset them at least once to put them into service. This is especially helpful if you have a 5 server or larger CUCM deployment.

    The first thing we need to know is how to find what our Network VRU labels are. They are kind of hidden in PCCE. For CUCM it is Lastly we need to create a route pattern that will allow us to do internal transfers. We are going to create two routes in PCCE. We need to do the exact the same thing for CUCM. And for simplicity we will add all our CUCMs to it. Our only choice will be the VVB. CVP dials these numbers to play the ringtone and standard error message.

    Repeat the process for our agent extensions. For our lab we will be using 70XX extensions. We will make a dial-peer to each CVP server for redundancy. You can find it in the path of the following screenshot. If you open the tool you should see your test calls hitting the error section of the tool as shown here. We are almost there!

    This means we are good to configure PCCE to treat a call. Make sure to select a call type. You can find the Script Editor utility in the same exact folder you found the Router Log Viewer tool we just used. Once we get into the utility we are going to want to click the New Script icon.

    Choose Routing. The script we are going to create will look like this Here is a close up of the Set Variable node for our HelloWorld step. Give it a test call, it should work!

    The first thing we need to do is create an agent. Next, we need to create a Skill Group and assign our Agent. Add a skill and make sure to assign your agent as a member. Make sure to assign your agent as a member. Login in to Finesse and give it a test call. You should recieve the call! First we need to create a new Call Type for the transfer.

    Call from your IP phone and you should reach your agent. Thanks to Ed Umansky and Clay Scott for helping to build the lab and review this document! Enjoyed this post? Sign up to get updates when we post new content. Going forward from 12 on it seems to be more and more critical.

    Part 1: Installing PCCE 12 – The Core

    Cisco did a really good job here. Here you can add VVB servers and other external components. This brings up a pop-up asking what type of machine to add. In most cases, the default VVB settings are fine.

    For a simple lab build nothing needs to be changed here, but if you do need to make changes now you know where to go. You have to reset them at least once to put them into service. This is especially helpful if you have a 5 server or larger CUCM deployment.

    The first thing we need to know is how to find what our Network VRU labels are. They are kind of hidden in PCCE. For CUCM it is Lastly we need to create a route pattern that will allow us to do internal transfers. We are going to create two routes in PCCE.

    We need to do the exact the same thing for CUCM. And for simplicity we will add all our CUCMs to it. Our only choice will be the VVB. CVP dials these numbers to play the ringtone and standard error message.

    Repeat the process for our agent extensions. For our lab we will be using 70XX extensions. We will make a dial-peer to each CVP server for redundancy. Ergo 5 is made with Microtech Microfibre, a light, breathable, water-resistant and eco-friendly material, ensuring comfort and lightness.

    The stiffness is guaranteed by the Twelve Carbon Composite sole, created with carbon fibre and nylon blended together.

    The closure is made up of the strong patented TECNO-3 mechanism combined with the Soft Instep Closure System-4, a soft strap that can be tightened on both sides to distribute pressure evenly over the instep area, thereby guaranteeing greater security. Dry Shower is the perfect way to freshen up without water! Specifically formulated to clean and kill odor with its gentle, yet effective, coconut derived cleaning ingredients.

    Dry Shower leaves you feeling and smelling fresh and clean. Dry Shower is suitable for Vegans and is cruelty free.

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