Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0 -- How to Disable SMA

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'''Before You Begin'''
'''Before You Begin'''

Revision as of 15:55, 20 July 2011

Main page: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0

Up one level: Configuration


This section describes how to disable Segmented Meeting Access (SMA). If you have SMA configured, you must disable it before upgrading the Application Server.


Contents

Disabling SMA on a Deployment with One Internal and One External Web Server (No SSL)

Before You Begin

This task assumes that SSL is not configured on either web server.


Procedure

  1. Sign in to the internal web server home page.
  2. Click Admin.
  3. Click Site.
  4. Click the underlined site name.
  5. For the field called "DMZ Web Server", ensure that the value is set to -none-.
  6. Click Submit.



Disabling SMA on a Deployment with One Internal and One External Web Server (with SSL)

Before You Begin

This task assumes that SSL is configured on the web servers.


Procedure

  1. Toggle SSL to OFF on the internal Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web server.
  2. Toggle SSL to OFF on the external Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web server.
  3. Disable SMA on the internal web server Admin page:
    1. Sign in to the internal web server home page.
    2. Click Admin.
    3. Click Site.
    4. Click the underlined site name.
    5. For the field called "DMZ Web Server", ensure that the value is set to -none-.
    6. Click Submit.


Disabling SMA on a Deployment with Multiple Internal and External Web Servers (No SSL)

Before You Begin

This task is for load balancing deployments that are not configured with SSL.


Procedure

  1. Disable SMA on the web server Admin page from any internal web server that is part of your load balancing configuration.
    1. Sign in to the internal web server home page.
    2. Click Admin.
    3. Click Site.
    4. Click the underlined site name.
    5. For the field called "DMZ Web Server", ensure that the value is set to -none-.
    6. Click Submit.


Disabling SMA on a Deployment with Multiple Internal and External Web Servers (with SSL)

Before You Begin

This task is for load balancing deployments that have SSL configured.


Procedure

  1. Toggle SSL to OFF on the internal Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web servers.
    1. Toggle off SSL from any internal Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web server that is part of your load balancing configuration (for example, internal-web1.company.com).
    2. Restart the web server from which you toggled off SSL (for example, internal-web1.company.com).
    3. Restart the remaining internal web servers.
    4. Verify that SSL is toggled off on all internal web servers.
      Note: If SSL is not OFF on the remaining web servers, make sure to toggle it off individually.
  2. Toggle SSL to OFF on the external Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web server.
    1. Toggle off SSL from any external Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web server that is part of your load balancing configuration (for example, external-web1.company.com).
    2. Restart the web server from which you toggled off SSL (for example, external-web1.company.com).
    3. Restart the remaining external web servers.
    4. Verify that SSL is toggled off on all external servers.
      Note: If SSL is not OFF on the remaining web servers, make sure to toggle it off individually.
  3. Disable SMA from any internal web server that is part of your load balancing configuration.
    1. Sign in to the internal web server home page.
    2. Click Admin.
    3. Click Site.
    4. Click the underlined site name.
    5. For the field called "DMZ Web Server", ensure that the value is set to -none-.
    6. Click Submit.

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