Infocus Mondopad Registered with CUCM – SIP

This post is primarily for archived documentation for myself in the event of possible future need. However, I was having a hard time finding any configuration examples for this task. The steps below are those I used to connect a 70inch Infocus Mondopad to our CUCM environment to be able to make video calls including sharing the Mondopads screen over the called Cisco phone.

Mondopad SIP


End User Configuration (CUCM):

User ID: 15555551234

Password: My$ecret

Directory URI: 15555551234@domain.tld (This must be in this format, use the UserID for the first part and your domain for the last part it also shows on the top of the Mondopad)

Digest Credentials: My$ecret (Used to Authenticate the SIP device)

Add the new SIP device as a controlled device

Add Primary Extension

All other user settings can be set as any normal user.

CUCM Device Configuration:

Create a new device as a Third Party SIP  Advanced
Phone Button Template: Third-party SIP Device (Advanced)
Owner: User
Owner User ID: End user name created earlier (15555551234)

*Below is important for device to register correctly (under Protocol Specific Information)

Device Security Profile: Third-party SIP Device Advanced – Standard SIP Non Secure
SIP Profile: Standard SIP Profile for Telepresence conferencing
Digest User: End User Name created above (15555551234)

All other settings treat like a normal IP Phone (e.g. CSS/Partition/Etc)


Mondopad Settings:

Auto Provision: Off
Server Type:  Standard Sip Server
SIP Address: 15555551234@domain.tld (This must match Directory URI of End User in CUCM)
Registrar: domain.tld (SIP Domain Name)
Port: 5060 (Check your Settings)
Username: 15555551234 (User ID used as Digest User on Device in CUCM)
Password:My$ecret (Match Password and Digest Credentials on End User in CUCM)
Proxy Server: Blank (Could be used with Expressway for Outside)
Proxy Port: 5060
SIP Transport: Both
SIP Security: Blank
Encryption (SRTP): None


Matt Ouellette is a certified information technology professional residing in Southwest Michigan. His technology findings and advice can be found on his PacketPilot blog. Mr. Ouellette spent 4 years as an I.T. Technician before stepping into a Network Engineer role at Bronson Health Group. Since completing his Associates Degree in Network Administration Matt has taken a head on approach to career enrichment through obtaining credentials such as CCNP, CCNA Voice, MCSA: Server 2008, and VCP5. This passion for continued learning allows him to deliver up to date quality technical solutions.

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