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MSFT_SIPIMMCUSetting class

Communications Server 2007 Server SDK Documentation


Specifies the IP address and port associated with an Instant Message Media Control Unit (MCU).

The following syntax is simplified from Managed Object Format (MOF) code and includes all inherited properties. Properties are listed in alphabetic order, not MOF order.

class MSFT_SIPIMMCUSetting
  [key] string InstanceID;
  string ListeningIPAddress;
  uint32 SIPListeningPort;


This class does not define any methods.


The MSFT_SIPIMMCUSetting class has the following properties.

Data type: [key] string

Access type: Read-only

Required. A GUID value that uniquely identifies an instance of this class.

The GUID must be encapsulated between the "{" and "}" braces; for example: "{01234567-0123-4567-89AB-CDEF01234567}".

Data type: string

Access type: Read/Write

Required. The IP Address on which the IMMCU listens.

The value must be a valid IPv4 address represented in the following format: "nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn". A fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is not allowed. To listen to all available addresses that pass through the server, use "*".

The default value is "*".

Data type: uint32

Access type: Read/Write

Required. The port on which the IMMCU listens for Instant Message traffic.

The minimum value for this property is 1 and the maximum value is 65535.

The default value is 5062.


This class gets and sets information at the following level(s): WMI.

Only one instance of this class can be present.

Instances of this class support the following interface methods:

  • Provider::EnumerateInstances();
  • Provider::GetObject();
  • Provider::PutInstance();

    Where PutInstance() supports the following flag(s):



Server: Installed on computers serving the following role(s): Front End Server.
Namespace: Defined in \root\cimv2.

See Also

Communications Server WMI Reference

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