|Deploying VMP / Vocera Voice Server Integration|
Use these steps to configure the Vocera Voice Server and VMP to work together.
|Enabled||Select Yes from the dropdown list to enable the use of the Vocera Voice Server with the VMP Server.|
Enter the Vocera Voice Server IP address.
This can be set in the Voice Server dialog box during installation. See Installing the VMP Server for more details.
If you are using more than one Vocera Voice Server in a clustered environment, separate the IP addresses with commas, and ensure that the active Vocera Voice Server is listed first.
|Port||Enter the Vocera Server port number. The default port number is 80.|
|Use HTTPS||Select Yes or No from the dropdown list as appropriate for your deployment.|
|VCG IP Addresses||The Vocera Client Gateway IP address, or comma-separated addresses if the Vocera Client Gateway is operating in a clustered environment. These addresses are configured when the Vocera Voice Server is installed and has been synchronized with the VMP Server, and cannot be edited here.|
|VMI Message Expiry||The number of minutes before VMI (Vocera Messaging Interface) messages sent from the Vocera Voice Server expire.|
|Enable Enhanced Voice Server NIO Tomcat Feature||Whether to enable support for scaling changes included in the Vocera Voice Server. Ensure that this feature is enabled in the Vocera Voice Server before enabling it in the VMP Server.|
After you have configured the Vocera Voice Server and VMP to work with one another, the next step is to import the Vocera Voice Server contacts into the VMP Server. See Importing Vocera Voice Server Contacts for information.