As LTS progresses through the migration to Cisco Unified Communication, this page will provide information on building or department moves as well as planned feature enhancements.
Timeline through June 2018
|October||LTS Client Services Liaisons||Complete|
|February||3rd and New, Human Resources and Controller||Complete|
|March||3rd and New, Advancement||Complete|
|April||Chandler Ullmann Hall - Psychology||Complete|
|May||Access Control||Scheduled for 5/24/18|
|May||Drown Hall||Scheduled for 5/31/18|
|June||Flatiron - University Communications and Public Affairs||Scheduled for 6/12/18|
|June||Sherman Fairchild Lab||Department review in progress|
|June||Rauch Business Center||Department review in progress|
|June||Athletics (all facilities)||Department review in progress|
|June||Packard Lab||Department review in progress|
|June||Fritz Lab||Department review in progress|
|TBD||Alumni Building||Department review being prepared|
|TBD||Iacocca Hall||Department review being prepared|
LTS will reach out to department heads and managers several weeks in advance of the planned migration. We will ask that you identify a designated coordinator for your department to work with us to review phone models and features and sign off final approval of both. We expect this process to be quick and smooth since most departments participated in an overall telephone line audit starting in late 2016.
Just prior to the migration date, LTS will deliver phones to the designated department coordinator, who will distribute them to end users.
End users will follow step by step instructions to plug their new phones into a network connection, and notify LTS when this is complete. LTS will then perform the software changes required to move the extension from the old system to the new, and will place a test call to verify successful migration. Cisco 7841 Phone Setup Guide Cisco 8841 and 8851 Phone Setup Guide
LTS will collect the old phones from the department coordinator for recycling.
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