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These instructions help you configure your Cisco UCME / BE4000 / UC500 to work with TIM Plus. Contact your system maintainer if you are not familiar with the configuration of your PBX.


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Configuring Cisco AXL sync

Follow the steps below to configure TIM Plus to perform directory synchronisation with your Cisco UCME:


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Configuring UCME to send RADIUS events

Use Telnet to connect to the IP address of your UCME as shown below:


Single site configuration

Enter the following commands to enable the UCME to send RADIUS events to TIM Plus:

StepIOS commandsDescription
1enableCauses the UCME to enter EXEC mode. Type your EXEC password if requested
2conf tEnters the global configuration mode
3aaa new-modelEnables aaa accounting mode
aaa accounting connection h323 start-stop group RADIUS
gw-accounting aaa
acct-template callhistory-detail
4RADIUS-server host auth-port 0 acct-port 1612Specifies the IP address and port of TIM Plus's RADIUS, to which CDR data will be sent, e.g.
5RADIUS-server key C1scoSpecifies a RADIUS authentication secret that will be used by TIM Plus (configured in the next section), e.g.
6RADIUS-server vsa send accounting
Enables VSA events
7endExits configuration mode
8wrSaves the changes

Multi-site configuration

 If you need to send the data to more than one server, such as TIM Plus and UCC server for example, you can set up multiple RADIUS connections in the phone system. To configure a multi-site system, follow the steps below:



For a system with five or more RADIUS servers, it is recommended to amend the server retransmit options in the UCME, in order to reduce the stress on the phone system.

IP radius source-interface

To force RADIUS to use the IP address of a specified interface for all outgoing RADIUS packets, use the 

Labelip radius source-interface
command in global configuration mode.  If you don't wish to use the IP address of a specified interface, use the 
form of this command.


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Configuring TIM Plus to capture RADIUS packets

Follow the steps below to configure TIM Plus to receive RADIUS data from your UCME: