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Configuring Active Directory for CUCM User Sync

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(gw pake Windows Server 2008 R2 Data Center Edition)

Untuk bisa singkronisasi dari LDAP ke CUCM, lo harus setting dulu Server Roles nya, Add Roles > pilih Active Directory Domain Services

Trus ketik dcpromo untuk bikin domain nya

Note: domain nya harus sesuai dengan aturan FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name), contoh: ldap.local, ngasal.com, cisco.voice.com (gw bikin dengan format ini)

Nah, klo uda (biasanya disuru restart dulu), masuk ke Administrative Tools dari Start Menu > pilih Active Directory Users and Computers

Nanti pilih User and right click it > New > User

Kita bikin 1 User untuk jadi “penghubung” singkronisasi Active Directory dengan CUCM

Bikin kek dibawah ini (bebas sih sebenernya), selain kolom initials…pastikan semua kolom ga boleh kosong (nanti gagal singkron)

Klo uda di create, assign ini user kedalam member admin, right click the previously created user > select properties

Pilih tab member of > klik Add

Pilih Administrators dan Domain Admins, trus klik OK

klo ga apal, klik Advanced > Find Now, nanti banyak list group

Klo uda, Set Primary Group-nya jadi Domain Admins

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Second Step…Create User to be exported to CUCM

Nah, sekarang kita klik Domainnya (cisco.voice.com), right click > new > organizational unit (kita bikin folder sendiri untuk user2 yang masuk ke CUCM)

Kasi nama foldernya (cucmusers), klik OK

Ketik nama user (bikin aja 3-4 user untuk tes), SEMUA KOLOM HARUS DIISI…nanti gagal singkron

Nanti tampilannya kek dibawah ini (gw baru create 2 user)

uda de…tinggal di CUCM-nya

Configure Windows Server as NTP Server for Cisco Devices

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Note: if the Server is domain server, this task is not necessary to be configured (because in Domain, all Servers synchronize their time to Domain Controller Server)

Just go to Start Menu and Type regedit, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > System > CurrentControlSet > Services > W32Time > TimeProviders > NtpServer

Find the “Enabled”..set the value to 1 (default 0)

And update the time using command prompt (cmd), and type w32tm /config /update

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Then lets see, my Server ip is 10.1.1.4 (the Windows Server IP)

WTF !!!….then later i found it that Windows Server uses SNTP (Simple NTP), Cisco require full NTP version…*sigh*

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So…lets search some nice 3rd party NTP software, i personally like Meinberg NTP (google and download it), and install it on our server

My installation file is ntp-4.2.6p5@london-o-lpv-win32-setup.exe

Install…Just next, next, and next…until you found this…

You can enter you preference NTP server, the software will sync to those server, and if those servers fails, this software in your server act like NTP server (for himself)

So i leave it “none”, NEXT…

Leave it default…next

Enter the information anyway you like

AND LETS SEE

Horraaaay

DONE….now you can bring your Windows Server act like NTP Server for those damn Cisco Devices…

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