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Oracle® WebLogic Communication Services Administrator's Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E13806-01
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A

Administration Console, 2.3.1
configuring Container properties with, 3.2
Administration Server
best practices, 2.5
Aggregation Proxy, 9.2.10, 16.3.1.5.7
authenticating XCAP traffic, 9.2.10
All-In-One Managed Server, 16.2
authentication providers, 5.1.1

B

Bus MBean, 9.2.2

C

channels
SIP and SIPS, 4.4.2
TCP and TLS, 4.5
Client-Cert authentication, 5.8
Command Service (XDMS Provisioning), 9.2.8
configruation
locking and persisting, 3.2.1
configuration locks, managing, 3.3
configurations
single NIC, 4.8.1
custom channels
properties, 4.4.3

D

datatier.xml, 6.1.1
Default Application Router (DAR), 2.2
deployed SIP Servlets
upgrading, 17
Deployment Topologies, 16.2, 16.3.1
deployment topologies, 16
Diameter
configuration, 2.2.1
diameter
configuration, C
domain, 10.3
nodes and relays, 10
diameter applications
configuring, 10.6.2
Diameter Console, 10.4
diameter nodes
configuring, 10.6
Diameter, resource, 2.2
digest authentication, 5.7.4
configuring, 5.7
DNS
support, 4.3
DNS name, 4.1
drivers
deploying
Oracle User Messaging Service, 13.1

E

engine tier, 15.3
Enterprise Deployment, 4.8, 16.3
export and import
Oracle WebLogic Communication Services (OWLCS), F

G

Geo-Redundancy, 6.5

H

High Availability, 16.2, 16.3.1
HTTP Servlets
configuring, 5.11

I

identity assertion support, 5.3
IP_ANY, 4.6
IPv4, 4.1.1
IPv6, 4.1.1

J

JMX, 3.3
JMX-compliant MBeans, 2.3.3.2
jrockit, 8.8.4

L

LDAP
embedded, 5.7.5
LDAP administration, 5.7.3
Listen Address, 4.1
Listen Port, 4.1
load balancer, 15.2
SIP-aware, 2.2
load balancers
configuring, 4.2, 4.8.5
multi-homed, 4.2.1
log levels, setting, 2.3.3.2.1
logging
error logging in Sash, 7.5.1

M

MBean
communication services, 3.3.2
MBeans
creating and deleting, 3.4.2
MessagingWebServiceConfig, 9.3.3

N

NAT (Network Address Translation, 4.8.5.3
network resources
managing, 4
NTP
configuring, 3.5.2

O

Oracle Internet Directory (OID), 5.12
configuring, 5.12.1
Oracle User Messaging Service (UMS)
configuring, 11
managing, 13
monitoring, 12
Oracle WebLogic Communication Services (OWLCS)
architecture, 15
common configuration tasks, 2.6
common security configuration tasks, 5.5
configuration, 4.8.5.3
configuring Presence, 9
deployment topologies, 16
export and import, F
introduction, 1
overview, 1.1
Presence Service, 1.1.3
security, 5
shared configuration, 2
SIP Data Tier partitions, 6
Oracle WebLogic Communication Services (OWLCS)custom resources, 2.2

P

PackageManager, 9.2.3
Parlay X Web Services architecture, 18
Presence
configuring, 9.1
scalable deployment, G
Presence MBean, 9.2.4
Presence Server
configuring, 9.2
Presence Web Services
configuring, 9.3
PresenceConsumerWebService, 9.3.2
PresenceEventPackage, 9.2.5
PresenceSupplierWebService, 9.3.1
PresenceWInfoEventPackage, 9.2.6
Proxy Registrar, 14.1, 16.3.1.5.3
configuring, 14.1

S

Sash
command and subcommands, 7.3
commands, 7.3.1
connection to external instances, 7.2.2
creating a user with, 7.4.1
error logging, 7.5.1
error logging in, 7.7
launching, 7.2
provisioning XDMS with, 7.5
scripting with, 7.6
using, 7.3
utility, 7
SCTP, 10.5.2
Security Event Auditing, 5.5
servers
stopping and starting, 2.4
SIP Application Servers, 16.3.1.5.1
SIP Container
configuring, 3
SIP Data Tier
configuration reference, B
SIP data tier, 15.4
SIP Infrastructure Applications
configuring, 14
SIP Servlet Container
configuration reference, A
SIP Servlet container, 2.2
SIP Servlet Declarative Security, 5.4
SIP Servlet Identity Assertion, 5.9
SIP timers, 3.5.2
startup
command options, D
STUN
configuring the STUN server, 14.2, 14.2

T

Third Party Call Control (TPCC), 1.1.2
third-party load balancer, 16.3.1.5.2
timer affinity, 3.5.1
timers, 3.5
troubleshooting, 8

U

UA-ProfileEventPackage, 9.2.7
User Messaging Service (UMS)
messaging, 1.1.1
users
bulk provisioning, 7.6
provisioning users using Sash, 7.4
provisioning using the CommandService Mbean, 7.4.2

W

WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), 2.3.2
WebLogic Server platform, 1.1.4
WLST
configuring, 3.4
invoking, 3.4.1

X

XCapConfigManager, 9.2.9
XDMS
configuring, 9.2.1
provisioning with Sash, 7.5
provisioning with the CommandService MBean, 7.5.1