Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 6.x -- Mixed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Configuration Examples

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This section provides examples of the following common mixed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system configurations:


This section does not include the additional steps necessary to complete configuration, such as the span, port, and port group configuration. For that information, see the section for the type of ports being configured:


Contents

Configuring 96 T1 CAS Ports and 240 IP Ports Example

To Configure 96 T1 CAS Ports and 240 IP Ports Example
  1. If you do not already have terminal logging turned on, turn it on. For information, see Logging Your HyperTerminal Session.
  2. At the tech$ prompt, enter blade -t 96 -i 240 .
  3. Confirm the blade command by entering y .
    The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system responds by telling you how many ports it is configuring. When the tech$ prompt appears, it is complete. See the following example:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade -t 96 -i 240
    This will reset many DB tables, are you sure? (y/n): y
    Configuring 96 T1 ports
    Configuring 240 IP ports
    Restart the system for changes to take effect
    meetingplace:tech$
  4. Verify your configuration by entering blade .
  5. Confirm that the screen output is similar to one of the following examples.
    Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade
    Slot Card Type CardId Ports
    1 CG6000C T1 0 0-23, 24-47, 48-71, 72-95
    2 CG6000C SB 1
    3 CG6000C SB 2
    4 CG6000C SB 3
    5 TP1610-4 IP 1 96-215 (No IP address)
    6 TP1610-4 IP 0 216-335 (No IP address)
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command:
    Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade
    Slot Card Type CardId Ports
    1 CG6000C T1 0 0-23, 24-47, 48-71, 72-95
    2 CG6000C SB 1
    3 CG6000C SB 2
    4 CG6000C SB 3
    5 no card
    6 no card
    11 no card
    12 no card
    13 no card
    14 no card
    15 TP1610-4 IP 1 216-335 (No IP address)
    16 TP1610-4 IP 0 96-215 (No IP address)
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command:
  6. Modify a blade by entering 2 . A prompt for the blade slot to modify appears.
    Enter command: 2
    Enter blade slot [1.. 16 ]: 16
    Type [IP]:
    Card Type [TP1610-4]:
    Port Group [ 1]:
    Number of Ports [120]:
    1st Port [ 96 ]:
    IP address [0] [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.10
    Subnet Mask [0.0.0.0]: 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.1
    Base UDP Port [0] [ 5000]:
    Jitter Buffer Minimum Size [ 100]:
    Jitter Buffer Optimization [ 7]:
    IP Precedence [0]:
    Type of Service (TOS) [ 0]:
    DSCP / DiffServ [unused]:
    RTCP Interval [default]:
    Note: The preceding example is for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. For a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the blade slot being configured is slot 6, the port group is 3, and the first port is 23. The affected values are highlighted.
  7. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to modify. In this configuration, for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, it is slot 6, so enter 6 . For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, it is slot 16 so enter 16 .
  8. Continue pressing Enter until you are prompted to enter the IP address.
  9. Enter the IP address and continue pressing Enter until you get to the blade command menu.
  10. Modify a blade by entering 2 . A prompt for the blade slot to modify appears.
  11. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to modify. In this configuration, for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, it is slot 5, so enter 5 . For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, it is slot 15 so enter 15 .
  12. Continue pressing Enter until you are prompted to enter the IP address.
  13. Enter the IP address and continue pressing Enter until you get to the blade command menu.
  14. Verify that the IP addresses were changed correctly by entering 1 .
  15. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to see.
  16. Exit the blade command by entering x .


Configuring 23 T1 PRI Ports and 120 IP Ports Example

To Configure 23 T1 PRI Ports and 120 IP Ports Example
  1. If you do not already have terminal logging turned on, turn it on. For information, see Logging Your HyperTerminal Session.
  2. At the tech$ prompt, enter blade -p 23 -i 120 .
  3. Confirm the blade command by entering y .
    The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system responds by telling you how many ports it is configuring. When the tech$ prompt appears, it is complete. See the following example:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade -p 23 -i 120
    This will reset many DB tables, are you sure? (y/n): y
    Configuring 23 T1 PRI ports
    Configuring 120 IP ports
    Restart the system for changes to take effect
    meetingplace:tech$
  4. Verify your configuration by entering blade .
  5. Confirm the screen output is like one of the following examples:
    Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade
    Slot Card Type CardId Ports
    1 TP1610-4 T1 0 0-22, none, none, none
    2 CG6000C SB 0
    3 CG6000C SB 1
    4 no card
    5 no card
    6 TP1610-4 IP 1 23-142 (No IP address)
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command:
    Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade
    Slot Card Type CardId Ports
    1 TP1610-4 T1 0 0-22, none, none, none
    2 CG6000C SB 0
    3 CG6000C SB 1
    4 no card
    5 no card
    6 no card
    11 no card
    12 no card
    13 no card
    14 no card
    15 no card
    16 TP1610-4 IP 1 23-142 (No IP address)
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command:
  6. Modify a blade by entering 2 . A prompt for the blade slot to modify appears.
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command: 2
    Enter blade slot [1.. 16 ]: 16
    Type [IP]:
    Card Type [TP1610-4]:
    Port Group [ 1 ]:
    Number of Ports [ 480 ]:
    1st Port [ 480 ]:
    IP address [0] [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.10
    IP address [1] [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.11
    Subnet Mask [0.0.0.0]: 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.1
    Base UDP Port [0] [ 5000]:
    Base UDP Port [1] [ 6000]:
    Jitter Buffer Minimum Size [ 100]:
    Jitter Buffer Optimization [ 7]:
    IP Precedence [0]:
    Type of Service (TOS) [ 0]:
    DSCP / DiffServ [unused]:
    RTCP Interval [default]:
    Note: The preceding example is for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. For a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the blade slot being configured is slot 6, the port group is 3, the number of ports is 120, and the first port is 23. The affected values are highlighted. The bold line in the preceding example (Base UDP Port [1]) only appears for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 and does not appear in the code for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106.
  7. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to modify. In this configuration, for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, it is slot 6, so enter 6 . For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, it is slot 16 so enter 16 .
  8. Continue pressing Enter until you are prompted to enter the IP address.
  9. Enter the IP address and continue pressing Enter until you get to the blade command menu.
  10. Verify that the IP addresses were changed correctly by entering 1 .
  11. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to see.
  12. Exit the blade command by entering x .


Configuring 120 E1 Ports and 120 IP Ports Example

To Configure 120 E1 Ports and 120 IP Ports Example
  1. If you do not already have terminal logging turned on, turn it on. For information, see Logging Your HyperTerminal Session.
  2. At the tech$ prompt, enter blade -e 120 -i 120 .
  3. Confirm the blade command by entering y .
    The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system responds by telling you how many ports it is configuring. When the tech$ prompt appears, it is complete. See the following example:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade -e 120 -i 120
    This will reset many DB tables, are you sure? (y/n): y
    Configuring 120 E1 ports
    Configuring 120 IP ports
    Restart the system for changes to take effect
    meetingplace:tech$
  4. Verify your configuration by entering blade .
  5. Confirm that the screen output is similar to one of the following examples:
    Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade
    Slot Card Type CardId Ports
    1 TP1610 E1 0 0-29, 30-59, 60-89, 90-119
    2 CG6000C SB 0
    3 CG6000C SB 1
    4 CG6000C SB 2
    5 CG6000C
    6 TP1610 IP 1 120-239 (No IP address)
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command:
    Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade
    Slot Card Type CardId Ports
    1 TP1610 E1 0 0-29, 30-59, 60-89, 90-119
    2 CG6000C SB 0
    3 CG6000C SB 1
    4 CG6000C SB 2
    5 CG6000C
    6 CG6000C
    11 CG6000C
    12 CG6000C
    13 CG6000C
    14 CG6000C
    15 CG6000C
    16 TP1610 IP 1 120-239 (No IP address)
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command:
  6. Modify a blade by entering 2 . A prompt for the blade slot to modify appears.
  7. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to modify. In this configuration, for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, it is slot 6, so enter 6 . For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, it is slot 16 so enter 16 .
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command: 2
    Enter blade slot [1.. 16 ]: 16
    Type [IP]:
    Card Type [TP1610]:
    Port Group [ 1]:
    Number of Ports [ 480 ]:
    1st Port [ 480 ]:
    IP address [0] [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.10
    IP address [1] [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.11
    Subnet Mask [0.0.0.0]: 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.1
    Base UDP Port [0] [ 5000]:
    Base UDP Port [1] [ 6000]:
    Jitter Buffer Minimum Size [ 100]:
    Jitter Buffer Optimization [ 7]:
    IP Precedence [0]:
    Type of Service (TOS) [ 0]:
    DSCP / DiffServ [unused]:
    RTCP Interval [default]:
    Note: The preceding example is for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. For a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the blade slot being configured is slot 6, the number of ports is 120, and the first port is 120. The affected values are highlighted. The bold lines in the preceding example (IP address [1] and Base UDP Port [1]) only appear for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 and do not appear in the code for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106.
  8. Continue pressing Enter until you are prompted to enter the IP address.
  9. Enter the IP address and continue pressing Enter until you get to the blade command menu.
  10. Verify that the IP addresses were changed correctly by entering 1 .
  11. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to see.
  12. Exit the blade command by entering x .


Configuring 480 E1 Ports and 480 IP Ports (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 Only) Example

To Configure 480 E1 Ports and 480 IP Ports Example
  1. If you do not already have terminal logging turned on, turn it on. For information, see Logging Your HyperTerminal Session.
  2. At the tech$ prompt, enter blade -e 480 -i 480 .
  3. Confirm the blade command by entering y .
    The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system responds by telling you how many ports it is configuring. When the tech$ prompt appears, it is complete. See the following example:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade -e 480 -i 480
    This will reset many DB tables, are you sure? (y/n): y
    Configuring 480 E1 ports
    Configuring 480 IP ports
    Restart the system for changes to take effect
    meetingplace:tech$
  4. Verify your configuration by entering blade .
  5. Confirm that the screen output is similar to the following example:
    meetingplace:tech$ blade
    Slot Card Type CardId Ports
    1 TP1610 E1 0 0-29, 30-59, 60-89, 90-119,
    120-149, 150-179, 180-209, 210-239
    240-269, 270-299, 300-329, 330-359,
    360-389, 390-419, 420-449, 450-479
    2 CG6000C SB 0
    3 CG6000C SB 1
    4 CG6000C SB 2
    5 CG6000C SB 3
    6 CG6000C SB 4
    11 CG6000C SB 5
    12 CG6000C SB 6
    13 CG6000C SB 7
    14 CG6000C SB 8
    15 CG6000C SB 9
    16 TP1610 IP 1 480-959 (No IP address)
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command:
  6. Modify a blade by entering 2 . A prompt for the blade slot to modify appears.
  7. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to modify. In this configuration, it is slot 16 so enter 16 .
    ***** B L A D E C O N F I G M E N U *****
    1) View blade details
    2) Modify blade
    x) Exit program
    Enter command: 2
    Enter blade slot [1..16]: 16
    Type [IP]:
    Card Type [TP1610]:
    Port Group [ 1]:
    Number of Ports [480]:
    1st Port [ 480]:
    IP address [0] [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.10
    IP address [1] [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.11
    Subnet Mask [0.0.0.0]: 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway [0.0.0.0]: 10.10.10.1
    Base UDP Port [0] [ 5000]:
    Base UDP Port [1] [ 6000]:
    Jitter Buffer Minimum Size [ 100]:
    Jitter Buffer Optimization [ 7]:
    IP Precedence [0]:
    Type of Service (TOS) [ 0]:
    DSCP / DiffServ [unused]:
    RTCP Interval [default]:
  8. Continue pressing Enter until you are prompted to enter the IP address.
  9. Enter the IP address and continue pressing Enter until you get to the blade command menu.
  10. Verify that the IP addresses were changed correctly by entering 1 .
  11. Enter the slot number for the blade you want to see.
  12. Exit the blade command by entering x .

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