CUPC Signalling Traffic

Question asks to allow 32k bandwidth to CUPC signalling traffic.

 

These are the traffic types generated by CUPC

1. RTP audio

2. http/https access to unity SOAP service

3. IMAP access to Unity

4.SIP traffic with CUCM / CUPS
5. SOAP over https to CUPS

6. TCP access to CTI Gateway/CUCM

7. TFTP configuration downloading

 

Now clearly No 1 is not signalling traffic.

No 4 is definitely signalling traffic.

 

Which of remaining traffic can be classified as signalling traffic?

 

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  • TCP access to CTI Gateway/CUCM


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    On Apr 8, 2012, at 12:37 PM, ccvoice11 wrote:
    Question asks to allow 32k bandwidth to CUPC signalling traffic.
     
    These are the traffic types generated by CUPC
    1. RTP audio
    2. http/https access to unity SOAP service
    3. IMAP access to Unity
    4.SIP traffic with CUCM / CUPS
    5. SOAP over https to CUPS
    6. TCP access to CTI Gateway/CUCM
    7. TFTP configuration downloading
     
    Now clearly No 1 is not signalling traffic.
    No 4 is definitely signalling traffic.
     
    Which of remaining traffic can be classified as signalling traffic?
     
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  • Hi Mark,

    Thanks for reply.

     

    Does it mean SOAP / IMAP / TFTP can never be called CUPC signalling traffic?

     

    In Exam CUPC is installed on UCCX server. UCCX server continuously send tcp 2748 jtapi/cti traffic to CUCM. How can we isolate CUPC traffic (tcp 2748) from Switch QoS?

     

    Thanks


    On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 10:09 PM, Mark Snow <[email protected]> wrote:
    TCP access to CTI Gateway/CUCM





    Kind Regards,



    Mark Snow

    CCIE #14073

    (Voice, Security)

    Instructor





    Toll Free: 877-224-8987

    Outside US: +1 775 826 4344



    - docendo discitur








    On Apr 8, 2012, at 12:37 PM, ccvoice11 wrote:


    Question asks to allow 32k bandwidth to CUPC signalling traffic.

     

    These are the traffic types generated by CUPC

    1. RTP audio

    2. http/https access to unity SOAP service

    3. IMAP access to Unity

    4.SIP traffic with CUCM / CUPS
    5. SOAP over https to CUPS

    6. TCP access to CTI Gateway/CUCM

    7. TFTP configuration downloading

     

    Now clearly No 1 is not signalling traffic.

    No 4 is definitely signalling traffic.

     

    Which of remaining traffic can be classified as signalling traffic?

     

    [ Most important part of CCIE is interpretation of question & not just configurations ]




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