Cisco Emergency Responder (v. 10.x) - license

Mfg. Part: ER10-USR-1 | CDW Part: 3572034
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  • 1 phone
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  • (v. 10.x)
  • license
  • 1 phone
Ease of administration for moves, adds, and changes is one of the key advantages of IP communications technology. To provide for moves, adds, and changes that automatically update 911 information without user intervention, Cisco has developed a product called the Cisco Emergency Responder (Emergency Responder).

Once Cisco Emergency Responder discovers the originating port for the call, it associates the call with the pre-established ERL for the location of that port. This process also yields an association with a pre-established ELIN for the location and the selection of the appropriate egress point to the E911 infrastructure, based on the originating ERL.

Cisco Emergency Responder also provides the capability to configure ERLs for IP subnets and to assign IP endpoint location by IP address. This capability may be used to locate wireless IP phones, IP softphones, collaboration endpoints that do not support Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP), and third-party SIP endpoints registered to Cisco Unified CM, which Cisco Emergency Responder cannot locate by connected switch port. It may also be used instead of, or in addition to, connected switch port locations for wired Cisco Collaboration endpoints. If both connected switch port and IP subnet locations are available for a Cisco Collaboration endpoint, Cisco Emergency Responder will prefer the connected switch port location because it is usually more specific than the IP subnet location. Using both connected switch port and IP subnet locations is a best practice because it provides assurance that an appropriate ERL will be assigned, even in case of any delay or error in detecting the connected switch port.

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