A functional routing point stopped working or the Cisco Unified CME Telephony subsystem is in partial service

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== A functional routing point stopped working or the Cisco Unified CME Telephony subsystem is in partial service ==
== A functional routing point stopped working or the Cisco Unified CME Telephony subsystem is in partial service ==

Latest revision as of 15:20, 9 April 2010

A functional routing point stopped working or the Cisco Unified CME Telephony subsystem is in partial service

Problem Summary A functional routing point stopped working or the CME Telephony subsystem is in partial service.
Error Message None.
Possible Cause This can happen if some one manually deleted the route point DN on the router side.
Recommended Action

Run the configuration validator tool and check for any warning messages. A report should indicate that there is an RP DN mismatch. Check on the router configuration whether or not the DN exists or not. If confirmed, then visit the Trigger page and click the update button to fix and recreate the DN on the router side.

Release Release 7.0(1)
Associated CDETS # None.

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