Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.0 -- Administration Center Page References for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace (R - S pages)

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In the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Administration Center, the title of each page appears in the blue bar beneath the "Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Administration Center" banner.


This section describes the fields and options on each page, presented in alphabetical order by page titles R - S.


Contents

Remote Server Configuration Page

To find this page, select System Configuration > Remote Server Configuration.


Table: Field Reference: Remote Server Configuration Page
Field Description
Remote Server Configuration
See Configuring the Remote Servers in the Configuring Reservationless Single Number Access (RSNA) for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace module.
Reservationless Single Number Access

Enable RSNA

Whether or not the Reservationless Single Number Access (RSNA) feature is enabled.

Dial prefix

Prefix applied to all RSNA transfer addresses.


Configure this field if you want all Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems to use a Common dial prefix and the same codec for all call transfers. Consult your telephony administrator to determine the dial prefix required by your routing plan. Cisco IOS-based routing typically requires a 4-character dial prefix, while Cisco Unified Communications Manager-based routing does not require a dial prefix at all.


Leave this field blank in either of these cases:

  • You want to use an Extended dial prefix for each remote server to control the codec used in call transfers.
  • (Recommended) You want the system to generate a Default dial prefix for the remote server.


Requirement: If you configure the Dial prefix, the RSNA systems must use the same dial prefix.


Restrictions:

  • This field supports up to 4 characters.
  • Only the legal characters in a SIP user name, as specified in RFC 3261, are supported.


For details, see Dial Prefixes in the Configuring Reservationless Single Number Access (RSNA) for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace module.



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Sametime Configuration Page

To find this page, select System Configuration > Sametime Configuration. Use this page to:

  • Connect Cisco Unified MeetingPlace to an IBM Lotus Sametime server.
  • Download the installer for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace for IBM Lotus Sametime Web Conferencing.


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Sametime Server Page

To find this page, select System Configuration > Sametime Configuration > Sametime Server.


Table: Navigation Reference: Sametime Server Page
Field Description

Hostname

Hostname of Sametime server.


Select Change to edit the Sametime server name.



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SIP Configuration Page

To find this page, select System Configuration > Call Configuration > SIP Configuration.


Table: Field Reference: SIP Configuration Page
Field Description

Display name

Name that appears on Cisco Unified IP Phone screens during calls placed by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.


Default: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace

User ID

Enter the same value that is in the Access phone number 1 field on the Usage Configuration Page.


The system uses this value in the "From" address for outgoing calls.


Default: 0000

Only accept incoming calls from proxies

Whether to accept incoming calls from only the SIP proxy servers that are configured on the SIP Configuration Page.


If you select Yes, make sure that the configured SIP proxy servers include all Cisco Unified Communications Manager subscriber nodes that might send calls directly to this Cisco Unified MeetingPlace server.


Default: No

SIP domain name

Domain name that is used in the "To" address for outgoing calls. If left blank, the Application Server IP address is used instead.


Typically, this field is left blank when the SIP Proxy Server fields are populated with Cisco Unified Communications Manager information.

Caution! If you enter a value that does not match the domain used by the SIP proxy servers, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace will fail to dial out.


If outgoing calls fail, configure this field to match the SIP domain used by the SIP Proxy Server or your local Cisco Unified Communications Manager node. In Cisco Unified Communications Manager, the SIP domain is specified under System > Enterprise Parameters in the Organization Top Level Domain field.

Note: For details about any field in Cisco Unified Communications Manager, select the field name, or select Help > This Page.


Example: cisco.com

SIP Proxy Server

Outgoing SIP calls are directed to these proxies. These proxies are also used to filter incoming calls if the Only accept incoming calls from proxies field is set to Yes.

Note: At least one SIP proxy server must be configured to enable dial-out calls.


If multiple proxy servers are configured when placing a call, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace tries each one successively until it finds one that accepts the call. Note, however, that if a proxy does not respond at all (as opposed to rejecting the invite), the call attempt will probably time out before the next proxy is tried.

Hostname or IP address

Hostname or IP address of the SIP proxy server.


In a Cisco Unified Communications Manager environment, the SIP proxy server should be the IP address of a Cisco Unified Communications Manager node.


Enter the FQDN(1) (or IP address) if the domain of the SIP proxy server differs from the domain that you configured in DNS when you installed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.

Port

TCP or UDP port on which the proxy listens for SIP calls.


Default: 5060

Transport

Whether the port is TCP or UDP.


Recommendation: Use TCP for the SIP signaling between Cisco Unified MeetingPlace and Cisco Unified Communications Manager. This is already the default on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager side.


Default: UDP



Footnote 1: FQDN = fully-qualified domain name


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SMTP Server Configuration Page

To find this page, select System Configuration > Email Notifications > SMTP Server Configuration.


Table: Field Reference: SMTP Server Configuration Page
Field Description
Primary SMTP Server

Primary SMTP server

Hostname or IP address of the primary SMTP server.


Example: mail1.example.com

Primary SMTP server TLS enabled

Whether the primary SMTP server is enabled for TLS.


Default: false

Primary SMTP server authentication

Whether the primary SMTP server requires authentication for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.


Default: false

Primary SMTP server user ID

SMTP server user ID to use for authentication for the primary SMTP server.

Primary SMTP server password


Primary SMTP server password confirm

SMTP server password to use for authentication for the primary SMTP server.

Secondary SMTP Server

Secondary SMTP server

Hostname or IP address of the secondary SMTP server.


Example: mail2.example.com

Secondary SMTP server TLS enabled

Whether the secondary SMTP server is enabled for TLS.


Default: false

Secondary SMTP server authentication

Whether the secondary SMTP server requires authentication for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.


Default: false

Secondary SMTP server user ID

SMTP server user ID to use for authentication for the secondary SMTP server.

Secondary SMTP server password


Secondary SMTP server password confirm

SMTP server password to use for authentication for the secondary SMTP server.



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System Configuration Page

Use this page to perform these tasks:


System Information Capture Page

Running this log generates a very large zip file that you can send to Cisco TAC for troubleshooting. To find this page, select Services > Logs > System Information Capture.


Table: Field Reference: System Information Capture Page
Field Description

Start date and time


End date and time

Specify the time period during which you want to capture the system information.


Defaults:

  • Start date and time: two hours ago
  • End date and time: now

Your name


Your phone number


Your email address

Contact information that Cisco TAC can use to reach you.

Event scenario


Observed results


Expected results

Information to help Cisco TAC understand and troubleshoot the problem.



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System Logs Page

To find this page, select Services > Logs > View System Logs, and select View Logs.


Note: These fields appear only when your system has data for the parameters you entered.


Table: Field Reference: System Logs Page
Field Description

Date

The date on which the event occurred.

Time

The time at which the event occurred.

Severity

The severity of the event. Can be INFO, WARN, MIN, or MAJ.

Ex

Exception code.

Note: An value of 0 means that no exception code is defined for this event.

File

The name of the file in which the event occurred.

Line

The line in the file on which the event occurred.

SCodes

Context-specific values that are reported along with the exception code.

Note: For events with undefined exception codes, these values are used as the description.

Description

Description of the event.



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System Status Details Page

To find this page, select Services > System Status, and select View Status.


Table: Field Reference: System Status Details Page
Field Description
General

System mode

The current loading status of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace software. One of the following: up, down, shutting down, loading, coming up, and unloaded.

Temperature

The temperature (in degrees Celsius) as measured on the MSC card inside the cabinet.

Note: Until the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system is up, the temperature reads "Unknown." Once the system is up, the temperature reads correctly.

Power supply

Displays either "OK" or displays a count of the times the voltage was out of tolerance.

Server Information

Server name

The name of the server.

Unit

Always set to 0 to identify the Application Server.

Class

The class name.

Mailbox

The number of the mailbox. This is a hexadecimal number.

Mailbox Information

Mailbox name

The name of the mailbox.

Unit

This is always set to 0.

Mailbox

The number of the mailbox. This is a hexadecimal number.

Messages

For internal use only.

Connection Information

Conn ID

For internal use only.

Unit

This is always set to 0.

Creator MB

For internal use only.

Module Information

Module name

The name of the software module.

CLS

The number of the software module.


See Module Numbers in the Using Alarms and Logs on Cisco Unified MeetingPlace module.

Status

Status of the module. One of the following: up, down, starting, going down, exiting, or gone.

PID

For internal use only.

UID

User ID used to sign in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace from a workstation (not from a phone).

Exit

For internal use only.

Unit Information

Unit

For internal use only.

Site

For internal use only.

Status

For internal use only.

Run level

For internal use only.

Unit kind

For internal use only.

Last attach

For internal use only.

CPU Information

CPU usage

For internal use only.



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