Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0 -- Viewing the System Settings for the Media Server

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Procedure
  1. Access the MSA interface. See Accessing the MSA Interface.
  2. Click System on the sidebar.


Table: System Elements lists the elements that appear in the System section.


Table: System Elements
Element Description

Information section

This section provides the following information about the Media Server chassis hardware:

  • Serial number-Displays the serial number of the chassis.
  • Part number-Displays the part number of the chassis.
  • System configuration-Identifies the hardware configuration that the chassis uses.

Temperature Thresholds section

In this section, you can set the following temperature values that the chassis uses to trigger changes in the ambient temperature status:

  • Low-Enter the temperature value at which the Media Server turns off the chassis temperature alarm. The value is measured in Celsius.
  • High-Enter the temperature value above which the Media Server turns on the chassis temperature alarm. The value is measured in Celsius.

Status section

These LEDs provide information about chassis operation.

  • Power-This LED lights green for normal operation. It lights red when one power supply fails.
  • Alarm-This LED lights green for normal operation. It lights red when a system failure occurs.
  • Fans-This LED lights green for normal operation. It lights red when one or more fans fail and displays a message indicating which fan has failed.
  • Temperature-This LED lights green for normal operation. It is red when the chassis determines that the ambient temperature rises above the high temperature threshold. The LED blinks when the falling ambient temperature crosses the high threshold to within five degrees of the high threshold.

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