Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 6.x -- Configuring Ports By Using MeetingTime

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Configuring Ports By Using MeetingTime

This section describes how to use MeetingTime to complete the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system configuration. This procedure consists of transferring information from the Database Planning Worksheets to the MeetingTime screens.


See Deploying and Using MeetingTime.

To Configure Ports by Using MeetingTime
  1. Install MeetingTime on the system manager's PC. Follow the directions included in the media kit that Cisco Systems shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series.
  2. Double-click the MeetingTime icon. The MeetingTime login dialog box appears.
  3. Enter your case-sensitive user ID, your password, and the IP address of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server. If you do not know your password, contact Cisco TAC.
  4. Click the door key icon. The MeetingPlace Lobby dialog box appears.
  5. Click the register book on the receptionist desk.
  6. Click the Configure tab. The MeetingTime Configure dialog box appears.
  7. Select Port Groups under Views on the left side. The attributes for port group 0 (ID number 0) appear without values.
  8. Click Query . The values for port group 0 appear.
  9. Change the attributes by doing the following:
    1. Click the value. Not all values can change. If the value can change, an editable field appears containing the current value just clicked. Fields that are italicized cannot be changed.
    2. Enter a new value or select one from the drop-down menu.
    3. Click OK . The field disappears and the new value appears.
    Note: You do not need to change these values if you already set them using the command-line interface.
  10. Make changes to the attributes for port group 0 based on the information in Worksheet 5-7: Port Groups.
  11. Under Views , select Telephony Access . Attributes for telephony access appear on the right.
  12. Click Query . Values appear.
  13. Using the technique described in Step 9, make changes to the telephony access attributes based on the information in Worksheet 5-5: Telephony Access.
  14. Under Views , select Ports . Attributes for ports appear on the right.
  15. Click Query . Values appear.
  16. Using the technique described in Step 9, make changes to the ports attributes based on the information in Worksheet 5-6: Ports.
  17. Under Views , select Server Configuration . Attributes for server configuration appear on the right.
  18. Click Query . Values appear.
  19. Using the technique described in Step 9, make changes to the server configuration attributes.
    Note: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace will not operate correctly if these values are not correct.
  20. Check the alarm table by selecting the System tab, Alarm Tables , and click Execute .
  21. Clear the alarm table by highlighting all the alarms and clicking Clear Alarm(s) .
    Note: These alarms are normal.
  22. Under the System tab, select System Shutdown .
  23. Set attributes to "System restart," "All Servers," and "Immediate."
  24. Click Execute to reboot Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.
    Note: When the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system restarts, you may see an error because MeetingTime has lost its connection to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server. This is normal.

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