MSFT_SIPRoutingSetting class

Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005 with SP1

MSFT_SIPRoutingSetting

The MSFT_SIPRoutingSetting class defines the transport protocol for routed messages, and contains the default port for TLS connections.

The following syntax is simplified from MOF code and includes all inherited properties.

class MSFT_SIPRoutingSetting
{
  uint32 DefaultPort;
  [key] string InstanceID;
  uint8[] TLSCertIssuer;
  uint8[] TLSCertSN;
};

Methods

This class does not define any methods.

Properties

The MSFT_SIPRoutingSetting class has the following properties.

  • DefaultPort
    Data type: uint32

    The default port for TLS connections with the server. Valid values for this property are between 1 and 65535. The default value is 5061. This property cannot be NULL

    This property is required on creation and can be updated.

  • InstanceID
    Data type: [key] string

    A GUID value that uniquely identifies this routing setting. The GUID must be encapsulated between the "{" and "}" braces; for example: "{01234567-0123-4567-89AB-CDEF01234567}".

    This property is required on creation and cannot be updated.

  • TLSCertIssuer
    Data type: uint8[]

    The TLS certificate authority that issued the certificate as a byte array.

    This property is optional on creation and can be updated.

  • TLSCertSN
    Data type: uint8[]

    The serial number of the TLS certificate as a byte array.

    This property is optional on creation and can be updated.

Remarks

Only one instance of this class can be present in the WMI.

Available actions for an instance of this class:

  • Creation: The administrator cannot create the instance of this class.
  • Updates: The administrator can update the instance of this class.
  • Deletion: The administrator cannot delete the instance of this class.

Requirements

Server: Installed on Windows Server 2003 with Live Communications Server 2005 with SP1.
Namespace: Defined in \root\cimv2.

See Also

MSFT_SIPRoutingTableData, Live Communications Server WMI Reference

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