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Installation and Upgrade Guide
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Audio Server
Release 6.x
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CONTENTS
Preface
vii
Purpose
Audience
vii
vii
Naming Conventions
vii
Documentation Conventions
ix
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Documentation
x
New Feature and Enhancement Information
x
Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines
CHAPTER
1
x
Preparing to Install the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
Safety Warnings
1-1
1-2
Hardware Requirements
1-3
Tools Required for the Installation
1-4
Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
1-4
Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
1-5
Power Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series
1-5
T1 Digital Trunk Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
T1-Supported Protocols for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
1-6
1-7
Wiring Requirements for Customer-Supplied Connectors—U.S., Canada, and Hong Kong
Wiring Requirements for Customer-Supplied Connectors—U.K., Singapore, and India
E1 Digital Trunk Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
E1-Supported Protocols for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
Modem Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
LAN Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
2
1-9
1-10
1-10
1-11
1-12
LAN Cable Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
CHAPTER
1-9
Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
1-13
2-1
Contents of Shipped Boxes for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System
2-1
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series 2-3
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a 19-Inch Frame-Relay Rack 2-3
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in a 19- or 23-Inch Frame-Relay Rack 2-4
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a 19-Inch EIA Equipment Rack 2-5
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Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 into a 19- or 23-Inch EIA Equipment Rack
Mounting the Breakout Box for T1 PRI and E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems 2-7
2-6
Connecting the Cables to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series 2-10
Connecting the Power Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series 2-11
Connecting the SCSI Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 2-11
Connecting the LAN Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series 2-11
Connecting T1 CAS Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 2-12
Connecting T1 CAS Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 2-13
About Telephony Configurations for E1 and T1 PRI Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems 2-15
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI 2-19
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI 2-23
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRIs 2-24
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI and One
Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI 2-25
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRIs 2-26
About Telephony Configurations for IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems 2-27
Connecting IP Telephony Cables for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems 2-28
About Telephony Configurations for Mixed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems 2-30
Connecting the Telephony Cables for an E1/IP or T1 PRI/IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System
Connecting the Telephony Cables for a T1 CAS/IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System 2-35
Installing and Connecting the Modem
CHAPTER
3
2-36
Connecting and Setting Up Your Laptop Computer
3-1
Connecting Your Laptop to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
About Configuring Your Laptop
Setting Up HyperTerminal
4
3-1
3-2
3-3
Logging Your HyperTerminal Session
CHAPTER
Setting Up Dial-Up Networking
3-4
Testing the Modem Connection
3-4
3-3
Upgrading the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Software
4-1
Upgrading the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Software to Release 6.0
Testing the Upgrade
CHAPTER
5
2-32
4-1
4-3
Testing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System Installation and Upgrade
Powering Up the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System
5-1
5-1
About Testing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System Installation or Upgrade
Testing Inbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony by Using Circular Hunting
5-2
5-3
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Testing Inbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony by Using a Dialing Sequence
Testing Outbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony
Testing Scheduling
5-4
5-5
Testing Conferencing in Recorded Meetings
5-6
Testing Conferencing in Nonrecorded Meetings with Ad Hoc Recording
Testing Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing
Testing Network Latency
CHAPTER
6
5-6
5-6
5-7
Maintaining the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System
6-1
Replacing the Filter in the Power Supply Unit Fan (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 Only)
Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring
CHAPTER
7
Troubleshooting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System Installation
Troubleshooting Telephony Configuration
A
6-1
6-3
Troubleshooting the Connection to the Audio Server System
APPENDIX
5-4
7-1
7-1
7-2
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Software Upgrade Reference
Viewing the Remote Upgrade for a Sample Session Without a Disk Backup
Viewing the Upgrade Status for a Remote Upgrade Session
A-1
A-1
A-3
Viewing the Real-Time Upgrade Status for a Remote Upgrade Session
A-3
Viewing the Onsite Upgrade for a Sample Session Without a Disk Backup
A-16
INDEX
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Preface
This preface contains the following sections:
•
Purpose, page vii
•
Audience, page vii
•
Documentation Conventions, page ix
•
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Documentation, page x
•
New Feature and Enhancement Information, page x
•
Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines, page x
Purpose
This guide describes how to install and maintain the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series hardware
for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Release 6.0 system. It also describes how to upgrade the
Audio Server software to Release 6.0 from Release 5.3 or 5.4.
This guide does not describe how to install, configure, or use hardware or software for other Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace components.
Audience
This guide is for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system administrators. It assumes the following
considerations:
•
You have a thorough understanding of voice and data terminology and concepts.
•
You are familiar with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace and networking concepts.
Naming Conventions
Earlier releases of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server were called “MeetingPlace Server” or
“MeetingServer.” In this guide, “Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server” and “Audio Server” refer
to all releases past and present.
Table 1 describes other terms used throughout the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace set of documents.
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Table 1
Product Naming Conventions
Term
Definition
Used in This Document As
Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8100 series
server
Includes Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 and Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 servers.
Cisco Unified
Hardware on which Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8106 Server MeetingPlace Audio Server software runs.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
Cisco Unified
Hardware on which Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8112 Server MeetingPlace Audio Server software runs.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
(This server was called M3 in Releases 5.2 and
earlier.)
Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio
Server
Software that runs on the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8100 series server.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio
Server system
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 or Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace 8112 running Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
system
or
Audio Server system
Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace
MeetingNotes
A Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
feature by which users record meetings and
listen to meeting recordings.
MeetingNotes
Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace
MeetingTime
Windows desktop software through which
MeetingTime
system administrators can access and configure
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Cisco MCS Unified
CallManager Appliance
Hardware on which Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace applications are installed.
Cisco MCS
Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Web
Conferencing server
A Cisco MCS installed with Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Web Conferencing.
web server
All references to a “web server” in this guide
refer to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web
Conferencing server.
Table 2 describes the country conventions used throughout this guide.
Table 2
Country Conventions
Convention
Represents
European Union
Specific information for European Union countries
Hong Kong
Specific information for Hong Kong
India
Specific information for India
Japan
Specific information for Japan
Singapore
Specific information for Singapore
U.S. and Canada
Specific information for the United States and Canada
U.K.
Specific information for the United Kingdom
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Documentation Conventions
Table 3
Conventions for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Documentation
Convention
Description
boldfaced text
Used for:
•
Commands that you must enter exactly as shown.
•
Key and button names.
•
Information that you enter.
italicized text
Used for arguments for which you supply values.
[ ]
Used for elements that are optional.
(square brackets)
text in Courier font Used for information that appears on the screen.
^
(caret)
< >
Used to indicate use of the Control key. (For example, ^D means press
the Control and D keys simultaneously.)
Used for nonprinting characters, such as passwords.
(angle brackets)
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace documentation also uses the following conventions:
Note
Means reader take note. Notes contain helpful suggestions or references to material not covered in the
document.
Caution
Means reader be careful. In this situation, you might do something that could result in equipment damage
or loss of data.
Warning
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This warning symbol means danger. You are in a situation that could cause bodily injury. Before you
work on any equipment, be aware of the hazards involved with electrical circuitry and be familiar
with standard practices for preventing accidents. Use the statement number provided at the end of
each warning to locate its translation in the translated safety warnings that accompanied this device.
Statement 1071
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Translations of safety warnings included in this guide are available online in Regulatory Compliance
and Safety Information for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series at
Http://www.cisco.com/en/us/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/prod_installation_guides_list.html.
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Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Documentation
For descriptions and locations of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace documentation on Cisco.com, see the
Documentation Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace. The document is shipped with Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace and is available at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_documentation_roadmaps_list.htm
l.
New Feature and Enhancement Information
For information on new and changed functionality in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server, refer
to Release Notes for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server at
http://www.cisco.com/en/us/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/prod_release_notes_list.html.
Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security
Guidelines
For information on obtaining documentation, obtaining support, providing documentation feedback,
security guidelines, and also recommended aliases and general Cisco documents, see the monthly
What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation, which also lists all new and revised Cisco technical
documentation, at:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html
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1
Preparing to Install the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
This chapter describes the requirements and hardware specifications for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8100 series server.
To ensure that the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace configuration integrates within your environment, refer
to the configuration worksheets in the Installation Planning Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Release 6.0 at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/prod_installation_guides_list.html.
Complete the pertinent worksheets before proceeding with the installation.
Caution
Do not proceed with the installation until you have fulfilled every requirement in this chapter.
This chapter contains the following sections:
•
Safety Warnings, page 1-2
•
Hardware Requirements, page 1-3
•
Tools Required for the Installation, page 1-4
•
Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, page 1-4
•
Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, page 1-5
•
Power Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series, page 1-5
•
T1 Digital Trunk Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 1-6
•
T1-Supported Protocols for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 1-7
•
Wiring Requirements for Customer-Supplied Connectors—U.S., Canada, and Hong Kong, page 1-9
•
Wiring Requirements for Customer-Supplied Connectors—U.K., Singapore, and India, page 1-9
•
E1 Digital Trunk Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 1-10
•
E1-Supported Protocols for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 1-10
•
Modem Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 1-11
•
LAN Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 1-12
•
LAN Cable Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 1-13
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Safety Warnings
Safety Warnings
Read the following safety warnings before you begin installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio
Server system. Translations of the warnings are available online in Regulatory Compliance and Safety
Information for Cisco MeetingPlace 8100 Series at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/prod_installation_guides_list.html.
Warning
To prevent bodily injury when mounting or servicing this unit in a rack, you must take special
precautions to ensure that the system remains stable. The following guidelines are provided to ensure
your safety:
• This unit should be mounted at the bottom of the rack if it is the only unit in the rack.
• When mounting this unit in a partially filled rack, load the rack from the bottom to the top with the heaviest
component at the bottom of the rack.
• If the rack is provided with stabilizing devices, install the stabilizers before mounting or servicing the unit in the
rack. Statement 1006
Warning
Do not work on the system or connect or disconnect cables during periods of lightning activity.
Statement 1001
Warning
This unit is intended for installation in restricted access areas. A restricted access area can be
accessed only through the use of a special tool, lock and key, or other means of security.
Statement 1017
Warning
To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telephone-network
voltage (TNV) circuits. LAN ports contain SELV circuits, and WAN ports contain TNV circuits. Some
LAN and WAN ports both use RJ-45 connectors. Use caution when connecting cables. Statement 1021
Warning
Before working on a chassis or working near power supplies, unplug the power cord on AC units.
Statement 12
Warning
The plug-socket combination must be accessible at all times, because it serves as the main
disconnecting device. Statement 1019
Warning
This product requires short-circuit (overcurrent) protection, to be provided as part of the building
installation. Install only in accordance with national and local wiring regulations. Statement 1045
Warning
Hazardous voltage or energy is present on the backplane when the system is operating. Use caution
when servicing. Statement 1034
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Hardware Requirements
Warning
Blank faceplates and cover panels serve three important functions: they prevent exposure to
hazardous voltages and currents inside the chassis; they contain electromagnetic interference (EMI)
that might disrupt other equipment; and they direct the flow of cooling air through the chassis. Do not
operate the system unless all cards, faceplates, front covers, and rear covers are in place. Statement
1029
Warning
Class 1 laser product. Statement 1008
Warning
Do not stare into the beam or view it directly with optical instruments. Statement 1011
Warning
Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for
wet locations. Statement 1036
Warning
Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface. Statement 1037
Warning
Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines. Statement 177
Warning
This equipment must be grounded. Never defeat the ground conductor or operate the equipment in the
absence of a suitably installed ground conductor. Contact the appropriate electrical inspection
authority or an electrician if you are uncertain that suitable grounding is available. Statement 1024
Hardware Requirements
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system requires a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100
series server.
For a new Release 6.0 system, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server software is installed in
manufacturing, so you do not need to install Audio Server software.
Note
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server must be connected to a network switch port that is
configured for auto-negotiate. Cisco Unified MeetingPlace gateways must be connected to network
switch ports that are configured for 100/1000 MB Full Duplex.
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Tools Required for the Installation
Tools Required for the Installation
Before installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server, confirm that you have the following
tools necessary for a successful installation:
•
Laptop computer.
•
Null modem female to female DB9 serial cable. Cisco Systems provides this cable. (For details, see
the “Connecting Your Laptop to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace” section on page 3-1.)
•
Screwdriver with a type #2 blade.
•
Phillips #1 screwdriver.
•
Phillips #2 screwdriver.
•
Antistatic grounding strap.
•
Connectivity tester (ohm tester or pen light).
•
Crossover cable for RJ-48 connectors. Cisco Systems provides this cable. See Figure 1-1.
Figure 1-1
Crossover-Cable Pinouts
Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8106
The recommended operating temperature range for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 is 50 to 95
degrees Fahrenheit with a noncondensing humidity of 5 to 80 percent.
It is essential to keep the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 equipment cool. The Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8106 has an internal fan assembly with four fans. To ensure that all Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8106 components are adequately cooled, the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 must meet
the following requirements:
•
At least 1.5 inches of clearance in the front and back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106.
•
At least 0.5 inches of clearance to the right and left of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106.
•
At least 0.5 inches of clearance on the top and bottom of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106.
•
Fill or cover all module slots (use filler panels in empty slots).
•
Airflow in an open frame rack or in an enclosed cabinet must be from left to right.
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Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8112
The recommended operating temperature range for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 is 50 to 104
degrees Fahrenheit with a noncondensing humidity of 5 to 80 percent.
It is essential to keep the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 equipment cool. The Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8112 has three internal DC-powered fans. To ensure that all Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8112 components are adequately cooled, the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 must meet
the following requirements:
•
At least 24 inches of clearance in the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
•
At least 1.75 inches of clearance on top of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
•
Fill or cover all module slots (use filler panels in empty slots).
•
Airflow in an open frame rack must be from front to back.
•
Airflow in an enclosed cabinet must be from front to back and bottom to top.
Power Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100
Series
Power for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series must come from a totally dedicated circuit
breaker within 8 feet of the equipment. In addition, the site must have additional power outlets for test
and maintenance equipment.
Do not plug any other electrical devices into an outlet connected to the circuit breaker serving the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 requirements
•
100-240V
•
3A
•
50/60 Hz
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 requirements
•
100-115/200-230V
•
6/3 A
•
50/60 Hz
If the power in your area is susceptible to fluctuations or interruptions, consider installing surge
suppressors or connecting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system to an uninterruptible
power supply (UPS). If the Audio Server system loses power, it does not maintain its telephony
connections.
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 draws a maximum of 300 watts of power and produces a
maximum of 1364 BTU per hour. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 draws a maximum of 600 watts
of power and produces a maximum of 2048 BTU per hour.
Table 1-1 lists the power requirements by country for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series.
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Table 1-1
Preparing to Install the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
Power Requirements by Country for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series
Country
Power
Socket
U.S.
115 VAC
NEMA 5-15R socket. Outlet installed within 8 feet of
the Audio Server.
240 VAC
BS-1363 socket. Outlet installed within 8 feet of the
Audio Server.
100 VAC
(50 Hz for East Japan;
60 Hz for West Japan)
NEMA 5-15R socket. Outlet installed within 8 feet of
the Audio Server.
Canada
Hong Kong
European Union
Japan
T1 Digital Trunk Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Systems
T1 Smart Blades support digital connections to a PBX system or to a public switched phone network
(PSTN). The framing for the digital lines can be either Extended Superframe (ESF) or D4 framing. The
digital lines can use either Binary 8-Zero Substitution (B8ZS) or jammed-bit coding.
We recommend using ESF framing and B8ZS coding. Using D4 framing or jammed-bit coding may not
be satisfactory.
Caution
Supplemental earth grounding is required at all times. This supplemental grounding consists of a
grounding cable that is attached to supplemental ground lugs on the back of the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server chassis and is permanently connected to an earth ground point at the other
end through an appropriate facilities-grounding terminal.
You must use shielded cables, and you must electrically terminate the shield at the back of the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Note the following considerations:
•
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace supports fractional T1 services and has complete flexibility to activate
any or all ports on a span.
•
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace can use dialed-number information to directly connect the caller to a
meeting or to determine the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace services to which the caller has access.
•
You can configure Cisco Unified MeetingPlace to support devices where the T1 trunk does not
provide any signaling and is always offhook. This is used in applications where a clear channel
connection is required.
Table 1-2 lists the T1 digital trunk requirements by country for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
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T1-Supported Protocols for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
Table 1-2
T1 Digital Trunk Requirements by Country
Country
Requirements
U.S.
Public network to Channel Service Unit (CSU) connection—recEive and transMit
(E&M) wink start (line side and trunk side). Ground start or loop start (line side
only).
Canada
Hong Kong
U.S. only—FCC and CSA-listed CSU required.
Customer-supplied connectors—USOC (male) RJ-48 jacks. See the “Wiring
Requirements for Customer-Supplied Connectors—U.S., Canada, and
Hong Kong” section on page 1-9.
Cable provided by Cisco Systems—25-foot shielded twisted-pair cable with
ferrite.
PBX to CSU connection—FCC and CSA-listed CSU required for connections over
600 feet. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system ships with a 25-foot shielded
cable with ferrite beads for each T1 span. The cable terminates in an RJ-48
connector. Listed CSU is provided for overvoltage protection for the T1 Smart
Blades.
Japan
T1 connection into PBX with INS1500-to-T1 converter.
Customer-supplied connectors—RJ-45 connector.
Cable provided by Cisco Systems—50-foot shielded cable (male-male). One per
T1 span.
Australia
Cisco Systems does not supply any T1 cables with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server systems that are shipped to Australia.
In some cases, the cables that Cisco Systems provides may not be appropriate for your Private Branch
eXchange (PBX) or Network Interface Unit (NIU) side connections. If this is the case, create your own
custom cables.
Custom T1 CAS (channel-associated signaling) and IP cables require the following:
Caution
•
Cat5e STP UTP cable with shielded RJ-45 connectors terminated to the cable shield at both ends.
•
Add the ferrite that is on the cable supplied by Cisco Systems.
(U.S. only) The FCC Part 68 registration number is EMC USA-34550-XD-T. Be sure to use only FCC
and CSA or UL-listed CSUs.
T1-Supported Protocols for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Systems
The following protocols are supported for T1 digital trunks:
•
T1 CAS Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems—E&M wink start, ground start, and loop start
•
T1 PRI Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems—AT&T (TR41459), Telcordia Technologies (NI-2),
and Nortel (DMS-100)
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End-to-end positive disconnect supervision is essential. Without it, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace cannot
reliably tell when a caller hangs up. Many PBX and central office systems can provide disconnect
signaling; we recommend E&M wink start lines because they provide for a positive answer and
disconnect supervision. In many cases, the person taking the order for the lines will not understand your
request, so you will probably need to escalate the request to someone with a technical background.
Figure 1-2 illustrates the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace digital telephony connections with T1 trunks.
Figure 1-2
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Digital Connection Requirements—T1
PBX
PSTN
T1 trunks
T1 trunks
Customer-supplied
RJ-45 connectors
Special 23 ft cable
shipped with unit
T1 Smart Blade
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server system
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Channel
service unit
(CSU)
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Wiring Requirements for Customer-Supplied Connectors—U.S.,
Canada, and Hong Kong
Table 1-3 and Table 1-4 describe wiring requirements for customer-supplied RJ-48 connectors.
Table 1-3
Wiring of RJ-48 Connectors
Pin
Name
Description
1
T1
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace received signal - tip
2
R1
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace received signal - ring
4
T
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace outgoing signal - tip
5
R
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace outgoing signal - ring
To identify the pins, hold the RJ-48 connector as if you are going to plug it in with the tab down. Pin 1
is on the left.
If transmit and receive need to be reversed, also reverse the pins. See Table 1-4.
Table 1-4
Wiring of RJ-48 Connectors When Transmit/Receive Is Reversed
Pin
Name
Description
1
T
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace outgoing signal - tip
2
R
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace outgoing signal - ring
4
T1
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace received signal - tip
5
R1
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace received signal - ring
Wiring Requirements for Customer-Supplied Connectors—U.K.,
Singapore, and India
For the E1 card, the connection from the network interface to the network can be one of the following
types:
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RJ-45connector.
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SMB coaxial connectors with SMB/BNC adapters.
Table 1-5 describes wiring requirements for customer-supplied RJ-45 connectors.
Table 1-5
Wiring of RJ-45 Connectors
Pin
Signal
Description
Direction
1
LRT
Receive +ve (tip)
Input
2
LRR
Receive –ve (ring)
Input
4
LTT
Transmit +ve (tip)
Output
5
LTR
Transmit –ve (ring)
Output
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E1 Digital Trunk Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Systems
Confirm that the E1 digital trunk specifications meet the requirements in Table 1-6.
Table 1-6
E1 Digital Trunk Requirements
Country
Requirements
European Union
Connection Type—Euro ISDN and QSIG digital telephony (E1).
Cable supplied by Cisco Systems—25-foot Cat5 cable with RJ-48c connectors at
each end.
Socket—Connector must be an RJ-25 socket or an NBNC (female) connector.
Cable length (if you provide your own cable)—Maximum cable length is 328 feet.
Australia
Cisco Systems does not supply any E1 cables with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server systems that are shipped to Australia.
In some cases, the RJ-48c cables that Cisco Systems provides may not be appropriate for your PBX or
NIU-side connections. If this is the case, create your own custom cables. Custom E1 and T1 PRI cables
require the following:
Note
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Cat5e UTP cable.
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RJ-48c connector on the breakout box side.
•
Add the ferrite that is on the cable that is supplied by Cisco Systems.
In E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems, you can connect Cisco Unified MeetingPlace directly to the
PSTN. You do not need a CSU.
E1-Supported Protocols for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Systems
The following protocols are supported for E1 digital trunks:
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Euro-ISDN (ETSI 300-102).
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QSIG (ECMA version)—Channels are numbered 1 to 30.
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QSIG (ETSI version)—Channels are numbered 1 to 15 and 17 to 31.
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system supports only E1 PRI protocols. The Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace system does not support E1 CAS protocols.
Figure 1-3 illustrates the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace digital telephony connections with E1 trunks.
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Figure 1-3
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Digital Connection Requirements—E1
PBX
PSTN
E1 Euro ISDN
QSIG
E1 Euro ISDN
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RJ-45 connectors
Channel
service unit
(CSU)
(optional)
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interface unit
(NIU)
T1 Smart Blade
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server system
153999
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shipped with unit
Modem Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series includes an external modem that connects to the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace system through a serial cable. Connect the modem cable from the back of the
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series to the CPU transition module.
Confirm that you can call the modem extension from the outside so that Cisco TAC can access the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace system.
Table 1-7 lists modem requirements by country for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
Table 1-7
Country
Modem Requirements by Country
Requirements
U.S.
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U.S. modem supplied by Cisco Systems.
Canada
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Serial cable.
Hong Kong
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6-foot modem cable.
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Customer-supplied standard analog phone jack (RJ-11). You must be able
to call the extension from the outside.
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Table 1-7
Modem Requirements by Country (continued)
Country
Requirements
Japan
European Union
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CE modem supplied by Cisco Systems.
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Serial cable.
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8.2-foot modem cable.
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Customer-supplied standard analog phone jack (RJ-11). You must be able
to call the extension from the outside.
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Global modem supplied by Cisco Systems.
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Serial cable.
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Customer-supplied standard analog phone jack (RJ-11). You must be able
to call the extension from the outside.
LAN Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
To connect to other applications, such as MeetingTime and Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web
Conferencing, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server systems require certain TCP and User
Datagram Protocol (UDP) ports to remain open on your network.
Figure 1-4 illustrates the ports that a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system uses for communication.
Unless otherwise specified, all ports listed are TCP.
Figure 1-4
TCP/UDP Port Requirements
End user
scheduling via web,
Microsoft Outlook,
or IBM Lotus Notes
Network
time protocol
server
UDP 123
80
5001, 5003, 5005
5001, 5005
80 or 443(SSL) and 1627
Microsoft Windows NT
system with
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
integration applications
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server system
System manager
using MeetingTime
154000
1503 (NetMeeting)
End user in a
web conference
Ensure that the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system resides on a network segment that is
free from potential network problems, such as storms, loops, and collisions.
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LAN Cable Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Systems
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system attaches to an Ethernet LAN, which provides all
the communication from the Audio Server system to your network. There are two possible scenarios for
using an Ethernet LAN cable:
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Connecting from an Audio Server CPU to your network.
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Connecting from an Audio Server Multi Access Blade to your network (for IP ports only).
For all configurations, you need a customer-supplied LAN cable to connect the Audio Server CPU to
your network.
For IP configurations, Cisco Systems supplies the necessary LAN cables to connect the Multi Access
Blade that is used for the IP configuration to your network.
Table 1-8 lists the LAN cable requirements by country for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
Table 1-8
LAN Cable Requirements by Country
Country
Requirements
U.S.
CPU to LAN cable—For twisted-pair Ethernet, 100BASE-TX. You need to
supply an RJ-45 connector.
Canada
Hong Kong
10BASET works but is not recommended.
Multi Access Blade to LAN cable—For twisted-pair Ethernet, Cat5e. You need
an RJ-45 connector. Cisco Systems provides a 25-foot CAT-5e cable
(#3300-0029-02) with a Ferrite snap-on bead on one end. If you change the cable,
you must move the snap-on bead.
Note
Japan
You must set the Ethernet switch port (or any other network devices) to
which the Multi Access Blade connects directly to fixed 100BASE-TX
Full Duplex. Otherwise, you may experience decreased voice quality.
CPU to LAN cable—For twisted-pair Ethernet, 100BASE-TX UTP. You need to
supply an RJ-45 connector.
10BASET works but is not recommended.
Multi Access Blade to LAN cable—For twisted-pair Ethernet, Cat5e. You need
an RJ-45 connector. Cisco Systems provides a 25-foot Cat5e cable
(#3300-0029-02) with a Ferrite snap-on bead on one end. If you change the cable,
you must move the snap-on bead.
Note
Australia
You must set the Ethernet switch port (or any other network devices) to
which the Multi Access Blade connects directly to fixed 100BASE-TX
Full Duplex. Otherwise, you may experience decreased voice quality.
Cisco Systems does not supply any LAN cables with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server systems that are shipped to Australia.
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Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100
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This chapter contains the following sections:
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Contents of Shipped Boxes for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System, page 2-1
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Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series, page 2-3
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Connecting the Cables to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series, page 2-10
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About Telephony Configurations for E1 and T1 PRI Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems,
page 2-15
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About Telephony Configurations for IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 2-27
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About Telephony Configurations for Mixed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems, page 2-30
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Installing and Connecting the Modem, page 2-36
Contents of Shipped Boxes for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server System
All Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server systems ship in two boxes. One box contains the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server and its accessories. The other box contains the telephony cables,
modem and modem cables, and the breakout box and cables, if applicable.
Cisco Systems provides the correct number of telephony cables for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
system:
•
The number of IP LAN cables that you receive depends on the number of ports that were purchased
for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. You receive one IP LAN cable for every Multi Access
Blade in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
•
The number of T1 CAS telephony cables that you receive depends on the number of ports that were
purchased for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. You receive one T1 CAS telephony cable for
every 24 PSTN ports being activated.
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Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
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The number of E1 telephony cables that you receive depends on the number of Multi Access Blades
that were purchased for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. You receive 16 cables with each
Multi Access Blade.
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The number of T1 PRI telephony cables that you receive depends on the number of Multi Access
Blades that were purchased for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. You receive 16 cables with
each Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI and four cables with each Multi Access Blade
MP-MA-4-PRI.
The following items are also included in the boxes:
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The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series server. Visually inspect the server for damage. If it is
damaged or scratched, contact Cisco TAC. (See the “Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support,
and Security Guidelines” section on page x.)
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server software is installed on the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8100 series server in manufacturing, so you do not need to install Audio Server software. The server
should already be configured with the correct cards and transition modules as well. If it is not,
contact Cisco TAC.
Caution
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, its peripheries, and the packing materials can weigh up to 75 lbs
(34 kg).
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, its peripherals, and the packing materials can weigh up to 130
lbs (59 kg).
•
Two sets of mounting hardware to mount the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server onto the
rack:
– Screws for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106.
– Rack-mount rails with 18 Phillips-head screws for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
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Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) cable (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 only).
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Crossover cable.
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Power cable.
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External modem and cables (modem power cable, modem cable, and phone extension cable).
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IP LAN cables for Multi Access Blades, for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems using IP ports.
These IP LAN cables connect the Multi Access Blade to your LAN.
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T1 CAS telephony cables for T1 Smart Blades, for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems using T1
CAS ports. These T1 CAS telephony cables connect the T1 Smart Blades to the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace system.
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E1 telephony cables, for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems using E1 ports. These E1 telephony
cables connect the front of the breakout box to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
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T1 PRI telephony cables, for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems using T1 PRI ports. These T1 PRI
telephony cables connect the front of the breakout box to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
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Applicable software, manuals, and license documents.
In addition, Cisco Systems ships the following items with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems requiring
a breakout box (T1 PRI or E1 configuration):
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Breakout box.
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Screws for mounting the breakout box.
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Trunk card interface cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables). The number of trunk card
interface cable assemblies that you receive depends on how many and the type of Multi Access
Blades in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. Cisco Systems ships two cables with each
MP-MA-16-PRI and one cable with each MP-MA-4-PRI.
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series
Before mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server in a rack, confirm that you have met all
the requirements in the “Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106” section
on page 1-4 or the “Environmental Requirements for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112” section on
page 1-5.
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series servers can be mounted in two types of racks:
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
•
19-inch Frame-Relay rack.
See the “Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a
19-Inch Frame-Relay Rack” section on page 2-3.
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19-inch Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) equipment rack.
See the “Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a
19-Inch EIA Equipment Rack” section on page 2-5.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
•
19- or 23-inch Frame-Relay rack.
See the “Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in a
19- or 23-Inch Frame-Relay Rack” section on page 2-4.
•
19- or 23-inch Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) equipment
rack.
See the “Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 into a
19- or 23-Inch EIA Equipment Rack” section on page 2-6.
When mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server in a Frame-Relay rack, which is common
in central office locations, the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 is held along the front of the chassis
and the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 is held along the center of the chassis.
After mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server, mount the breakout box, if applicable.
See the “Mounting the Breakout Box for T1 PRI and E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems” section
on page 2-7.
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a 19-Inch Frame-Relay Rack
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 ships with two mounting brackets already attached to the front of
it (see Figure 2-1). The long sides of the brackets are fastened to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106.
To Mount the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a 19-Inch Frame-Relay Rack
Step 1
Slide the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 into the front of the rack.
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Step 2
Attach the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 to the rack. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 comes
with screws to attach the mounting brackets to the rack. See Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a Frame-Relay Rack
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in a 19- or 23-Inch Frame-Relay
Rack
To Mount the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in a 19- or 23-Inch Frame-Relay Rack
Step 1
Attach two mounting brackets to the front mounting holes of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. See
Figure 2-2 below.
•
For 19-inch racks, fasten the long side of the bracket to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
•
For 23-inch racks, fasten the short side of the bracket to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
Step 2
Slide the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 into the front of the rack.
Step 3
Attach the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 to the rack and secure it by using the eight Phillips-head
screws that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
Step 4
Attach two mounting brackets to the rear mounting holes of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. See
Figure 2-2 below.
Step 5
•
For 19-inch racks, fasten the long side of the bracket to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
•
For 23-inch racks, fasten the short side of the bracket to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
Secure the rear mounting bracket to the rack with the eight Phillips-head screws that shipped with the
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
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Figure 2-2
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in a Frame-Relay Rack
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Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a 19-Inch EIA Equipment
Rack
In a 19-inch EIA equipment rack, you mount the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 on the back rails.
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 ships with two mounting brackets already attached to the front
(see Figure 2-3).
To Mount the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in a 19-Inch EIA Equipment Rack
Step 1
To remove the mounting brackets from the front of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 and attach
them to the back, remove the two screws on each side of the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8106 (four total) and put them aside.
Step 2
Remove the screws that secure the mounting brackets to the front of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8106 (two on each side).
Step 3
Attach the brackets to the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 by using the screws that were
originally used to attach the brackets to the front (two on each side).
Step 4
Reattach the screws removed from the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 to the holes in the
front (where the brackets were originally attached to the front). The brackets are now rear-mounted.
Step 5
Slide the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 into the rack.
Step 6
Attach the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 mounting brackets to the rack.
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Figure 2-3
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in an EIA Equipment Rack
Mounting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 into a 19- or 23-Inch EIA
Equipment Rack
In a 19- or 23-inch EIA equipment rack, you mount the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 on the front
rails.
To Mount the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 into a 19- or 23-Inch EIA Equipment Rack
Step 1
If you are installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in a 19-inch rack, you do not need any
additional mounting equipment. Skip to Step 2.
If you are installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in a 23-inch rack, you must obtain extension
brackets from the rack manufacturer. Install the optional extender brackets as described by the rack
manufacturer.
Step 2
Slide the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 into the front of the rack.
Step 3
Attach the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 to the rack with the eight Phillips-head screws that shipped
with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. See Figure 2-4.
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Figure 2-4
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Mounting the Breakout Box for T1 PRI and E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Systems
Note
If the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system does not require a breakout box (T1 PRI or E1 configuration),
skip to the “Connecting the Power Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series” section on
page 2-11.
The breakout box provides a standard RJ-45 telephony interface. The breakout box interfaces to a
maximum of 16 cables with an MP-MA-16-PRI and a maximum of 4 cables with each MP-MA-4-PRI.
Cisco Systems ships the necessary number of RJ-48c cables to connect each breakout box to your PBX
or Telco NIU with each Multi Access Blade.
Note
In some cases, the RJ-48c cables provided by Cisco Systems may not be appropriate for your PBX or
NIU side connections. If this is the case, create your own custom cables, which require an RJ-48c
connector on the breakout box side. (For custom-cable requirements, see the “E1 Digital Trunk
Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems” section on page 1-10.)
Cisco Systems also ships the necessary number of 50-pin Amphenol cables with the breakout box: two
50-pin Amphenol cables to connect each MP-MA-16-PRI to the breakout box and one 50-pin Amphenol
cable to connect each MP-MA-4-PRI to the breakout box.
If the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system requires two MP-MA-16-PRIs, you need two breakout boxes.
(A fully loaded 960-port E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system and a fully loaded 736-port T1 PRI
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system have two MP-MA-16-PRIs.)
Note
Only the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 can have two breakout boxes.
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To Mount the Breakout Box for a T1 PRI or E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System
Step 1
Locate the breakout box that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Step 2
Locate the screws for mounting the breakout box that came with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio
Server.
Step 3
Use a screwdriver to mount the breakout box in the position directly above the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server in the rack, as shown in the applicable figure:
Step 4
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
See Figure 2-5.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
See Figure 2-6.
If applicable, mount the second breakout box by repeating Step 2 and Step 3. Place the second breakout
box directly above the first breakout box. See Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-5
Mounting the Breakout Box for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
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Figure 2-6
Mounting the Breakout Box for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
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Figure 2-7
Mounting Two Breakout Boxes for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
Connecting the Cables to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8100 Series
This section contains the following information:
•
Connecting the Power Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series, page 2-11
•
Connecting the SCSI Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, page 2-11
•
Connecting the LAN Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series, page 2-11
•
Connecting T1 CAS Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, page 2-12
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Connecting T1 CAS Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, page 2-13
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Connecting the Power Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series
Warning
This equipment must be grounded. Never defeat the ground conductor or operate the equipment in the
absence of a suitably installed ground conductor. Contact the appropriate electrical inspection
authority or an electrician if you are uncertain that suitable grounding is available. Statement 1024
Warning
When installing or replacing the unit, the ground connection must always be made first and
disconnected last. Statement 1046
To Connect the Power Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series
Step 1
Locate the power cable that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Step 2
Attach the socket end of the power cable to the AC inlet on the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the power cable into the AC power source.
Connecting the SCSI Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
Note
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 does not have a SCSI cable.
To Connect the SCSI Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
Step 1
Confirm that the power switch on the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 is set to off (“O”).
Step 2
Attach one end of the SCSI cable that came with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system
to the SCSI connector on the back of the floppy-drive housing.
Step 3
Attach the other end of the SCSI cable to the SCSI port on the CPU transition module in slot 7 on the
back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
Connecting the LAN Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series
You must supply the LAN cable to connect the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server to the network.
See the “LAN Requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems” section on page 1-12 to confirm
that you have the correct LAN cable and connector.
To Connect the LAN Cable to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series
Step 1
Locate the LAN cable.
Step 2
Plug one end of the LAN cable into the LAN socket.
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Step 3
Plug the other end of the LAN cable into Ethernet connection 1 on the CPU transition module that is
located in the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Connecting T1 CAS Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
Each T1 Smart Blade transition module has connectors for four trunk lines in the back of the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the T1 Smart Blade transition modules
begin in slot 1 on the bottom and move up to the top. The cables go from right to left on the bottom slot,
then from right to left on the second most bottom slot, and so on up to the top slot, where they continue
going from right to left.
Table 2-1 shows the order in which the cables should be placed.
Table 2-1
Cable Locations in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
Connector
Connector
Connector
Connector
Slot 6
24
23
22
21
Slot 5
20
19
18
17
Slot 4
16
15
14
13
Slot 3
12
11
10
9
Slot 2
8
7
6
5
Slot 1
4
3
2
1
The number of T1 CAS telephony cables that Cisco Systems ships with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
system depends on the number of ports being activated. Cisco Systems ships one T1 CAS telephony
cable for every 24 ports.
Figure 2-8 shows the cable connections for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 with 576 T1 CAS ports.
Four T1 CAS telephony cables connect to each of the six T1 Smart Blade transition modules for a total
of 24 T1 CAS telephony cables. Each cable holds 24 ports for a total of 576 ports (24 x 24 = 576).
Figure 2-8
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 with T1s Connected
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To Connect the T1 CAS Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
Step 1
Locate the T1 CAS telephony cables that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. Each T1
CAS telephony cable has an RJ-48 connector on each end.
Step 2
Plug one end of the first T1 CAS telephony cable into the socket.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first T1 CAS telephony cable into the T1 Smart Blade transition module in the
back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106. Place the first T1 CAS telephony cable in the slot nearest
the right edge. (See Table 2-1.)
Step 4
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 until all the T1 CAS telephony cables are connected:
Step 5
a.
Place the second T1 CAS telephony cable in the second connector slot from the right.
b.
Place the third T1 CAS telephony cable in the third connector slot from the right.
c.
Place the fourth T1 CAS telephony cable in the fourth connector slot from the right.
Install tie wraps and label the T1 CAS telephony cables as needed.
Connecting T1 CAS Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
Each T1 Smart Blade transition module has connectors for four trunk lines in the back of the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server, the T1 Smart Blade transition
modules begin in slot 1 on the right and move to the left. The cables go from top to bottom in the right
most slot, then from top to bottom in the second most right slot, and so on to the left most slot, where
they continue going from top to bottom.
Table 2-2 shows the order in which the cables should be placed. Note that slots 7 to 10 are reserved.
Table 2-2
Cable Locations in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
Slot
16
Slot
15
Slot
14
Slot
13
Slot
12
Slot
11
Slot
6
Slot
5
Slot
4
Slot
3
Slot
2
Slot
1
Connector
45
41
37
33
29
25
21
17
13
9
5
1
Connector
46
42
38
34
30
26
22
18
14
10
6
2
Connector
47
43
39
35
31
27
23
19
15
11
7
3
Connector
48
44
40
36
32
28
24
20
16
12
8
4
The number of T1 CAS telephony cables that Cisco Systems ships with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
system depends on the number of ports being activated. Cisco Systems ships one T1 CAS telephony
cable for every 24 ports.
Figure 2-9 shows the cable connections for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 with 1,152 T1 CAS
ports. Four T1 CAS telephony cables connect to each of the 12 T1 Smart Blade transition modules for a
total of 48 T1 CAS telephony cables. Each cable holds 24 ports for a total of 1,152 ports
(48 x 24 = 1,152).
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Figure 2-9
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 Audio Server with T1s Connected
To Connect the T1 CAS Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
Step 1
Locate the T1 CAS telephony cables that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. Each T1
CAS telephony cable has an RJ-48 connector on each end.
Step 2
Plug one end of the first T1 CAS telephony cable into the socket.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first T1 CAS telephony cable into the T1 Smart Blade transition module in the
back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. Place the first T1 CAS telephony cable in the top
connector slot. (See Table 2-2.)
Step 4
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 until all the T1 CAS telephony cables are connected:
Step 5
a.
Place the second T1 CAS telephony cable in the next connector slot moving down.
b.
Place the third T1 CAS telephony cable in the third connector slot from the top.
c.
Place the fourth T1 CAS telephony cable in the fourth connector slot from the top.
Install tie wraps and label the T1 CAS telephony cables as needed.
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About Telephony Configurations for E1 and T1 PRI Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Systems
Cisco Systems ships the necessary number of Multi Access Blades with all Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server systems with E1 and T1 PRI configurations. A Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 supports
three Multi Access Blade configurations, and a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 supports five
configurations:
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
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One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI
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One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI
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Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRIs
•
One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI
•
One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI
•
Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRIs
•
One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI and one Multi Access
Blade MP-MA-4-PRI
•
Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRIs
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Servers with E1 and T1 PRI configurations also ship with either one
or two breakout boxes and cables, depending on the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system configuration.
Note
A Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system that is fully loaded with 960 E1 ports has two MP-MA-16-PRIs
and requires two breakout boxes. A Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system that is fully loaded with 736 T1
PRI ports has two MP-MA-16-PRIs and requires two breakout boxes. Both these configurations need a
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
The breakout box provides a standard RJ-45 telephony interface for E1 and T1 PRI Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace systems. Cisco Systems ships the necessary number of trunk card interface cable
assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables) that connect the breakout box to the Multi Access Blade transition
modules. Figure 2-10 shows the 50-pin Amphenol cable.
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Figure 2-10
Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
50-Pin Amphenol Cable
Cisco Systems ships the necessary number of E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables with the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server system. The number depends on the number of ports being activated. You
receive one E1 telephony cable for every 30 ports in an E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system, and one
T1 PRI telephony cable for every 23 ports in a T1 PRI Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the Multi Access Blade transition modules
begin in slot 1 on the bottom and move up to slot 6 at the top.
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, the Multi Access Blade transition modules
begin in slot 1 on the right and move to the left.
The Smart Blades begin after the last Multi Access Blade and do not have any cables connected to them.
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Figure 2-11 shows the cable connections for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 with 480 E1 ports.
Figure 2-11
Front of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 with Cables Connected
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Figure 2-12 shows the cable connections for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 with 480 E1 ports.
Figure 2-12
Front of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 with Cables Connected
See the applicable section for your configuration:
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI,
page 2-19
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI,
page 2-23
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRIs,
page 2-24
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI and One
Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI, page 2-25
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRIs,
page 2-26
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Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade
MP-MA-16-PRI
To Connect the E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI
Step 1
Step 2
Locate the following items shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server:
•
E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables.
•
Breakout box, which should already be mounted above the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio
Server)
•
Trunk card interface cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables).
Attach the far end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable to the equipment that will connect with Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace.
In many cases, the other equipment has an RJ-48c socket in which to plug the E1 or T1 PRI telephony
cable. Alternately, the other equipment will be connected to a punchdown block. In this case, you will
need to determine the block’s connection diagram and then connect to it with discrete wires from the
cable.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable into the RJ-45 jack, labeled 1, on the far left
of the front of the breakout box. Continue from left to right as needed. See Figure 2-13.
Figure 2-13
Breakout Box (Front View)
Step 4
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 until all the E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables are connected to the breakout box.
Step 5
Connect the first trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) to the back of the breakout box by
securing the screws on both ends.
Looking at the back of the breakout box, the connector on the right of the breakout box is for spans
1 to 8, and the connector on the left of the breakout box is for spans 9 to 16. Place the first trunk card
cable assembly into the connector on the right. See Figure 2-14.
Figure 2-14
Step 6
Breakout Box (Back View)
Connect the other end of the first trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) into the
Multi Access Blade transition module by securing the screws on both ends
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the connector on the right of the Multi Access Blade transition
module is for spans 1 to 8 and the connector on the left of the Multi Access Blade transition module is
for spans 9 to 16. Place the first trunk card cable assembly into the connector on the right. See
Figure 2-15.
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Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
Multi Access Blade Transition Module (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106)
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, the connector on the top of the Multi Access Blade transition
module is for spans 1 to 8 and the connector on the bottom of the Multi Access Blade transition module
is for spans 9 to 16. Place this first trunk card cable assembly into the connector on the top. See
Figure 2-16.
Figure 2-16
Multi Access Blade Transition Module (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112)
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Step 7
Repeat Step 5 and Step 6 for the second trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable).
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, place the second trunk card cable assembly into the
connectors on the left of the breakout box and on the left of the Multi Access Blade.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, place the second trunk card cable assembly into the
connectors on the left of the breakout box and on the bottom of the Multi Access Blade.
Figure 2-17 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106. This
configuration supports 480 E1 ports with one Multi Access Blade card MP-MA-16-PRI.
Figure 2-17
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 (E1 with 1 MP-MA-16-PRI)
Figure 2-18 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. This
configuration supports 480 E1 ports with one Multi Access Blade card MP-MA-16-PRI.
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Figure 2-18
Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 (E1 with 1 MP-MA-16-PRI)
Figure 2-19 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106. This
configuration supports 368 T1 PRI ports with one Multi Access Blade card MP-MA-16-PRI.
Figure 2-19
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 (T1 PRI with 1 MP-MA-16-PRI)
Figure 2-20 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. This
configuration supports 368 T1 PRI ports with one Multi Access Blade card MP-MA-16-PRI.
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Figure 2-20
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 (T1 PRI with 1 MP-MA-16-PRI)
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade
MP-MA-4-PRI
To Connect E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI
Step 1
Locate the following items that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server:
•
E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables.
•
Breakout box, which should already be mounted above the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio
Server.
•
Trunk card interface cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables).
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Attach the far end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable to the equipment that will connect with Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace.
In many cases, the other equipment has an RJ-48c socket in which to plug the E1 or T1 PRI telephony
cable. Alternately, the other equipment will be connected to a punchdown block. In this case, you will
need to determine the block’s connection diagram and then connect to it with discrete wires from the
cable.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable into the RJ-45 jack, labeled 1, on the far left
of the front of the breakout box. Continue from left to right as needed.
Step 4
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 until all four E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables are connected to the breakout box.
Place the second, third, and fourth E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables into the RJ-45 jacks labeled 2, 3, and 4.
Step 5
Connect the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) to the back of the breakout box by
securing the screws on both ends.
Looking at the back of the breakout box, the connector on the right of the breakout box is for spans 1 to 8
and the connector on the left of the breakout box is for spans 9 to 16. Place the trunk card cable assembly
into the connector on the right. See Figure 2-14.
Step 6
Connect the other end of the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) to the Multi Access
Blade transition module by securing the screws on both ends.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, place the 50-pin Amphenol cable into the connector on the
left, labeled spans 9 to 16.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, place the 50-pin Amphenol cable into the connector on the
bottom, labeled spans 9 to 16.
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade
MP-MA-4-PRIs
To Connect E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRIs
Step 1
Step 2
Locate the following items that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server:
•
E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables.
•
Breakout box, which should already be mounted above the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio
Server.
•
Trunk card interface cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables)
Attach the far end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable to the equipment that will connect with Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace.
In many cases, the other equipment has an RJ-48c socket in which to plug the E1 or T1 PRI telephony
cable. Alternately, the other equipment will be connected to a punchdown block. In this case, you will
need to determine the block's connection diagram and then connect to it with discrete wires from the
cable.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable into the RJ-45 jack, labeled 1, on the far left
of the front of the breakout box.
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Step 4
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 until all the E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables are connected to the breakout box.
Place the second, third, and fourth E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables, which correspond to the first
MP-MA-4-PRI, into the RJ-45 jacks labeled 2, 3, and 4. Place the second set of four E1 or T1 PRI
telephony cables, which corresponds to the second MP-MA-4-PRI, into the RJ-45 jacks labeled 9, 10,
11, and 12.
Note
Step 5
The RJ-45 jacks labeled 5 to 8 and 13 to 16 remain empty.
Connect the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the first Multi Access Blade to the
back of the breakout box by securing the screws on both ends.
Looking at the back of the breakout box, place the first trunk card cable assembly into the connector on
the right.
Step 6
Connect the other end of the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the first
Multi Access Blade into the Multi Access Blade transition module by securing the screws on both ends.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, place the 50-pin Amphenol cable into the connector on the
left, labeled spans 9 to 16.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, place the 50-pin Amphenol cable into the connector on the
bottom, labeled spans 9 to 16.
Step 7
Repeat Step 5 and Step 6 for the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the second
Multi Access Blade.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, place the 50-pin Amphenol cable into the connector on the
left side of the breakout box and on the left of the Multi Access Blade in the connector labeled spans
9 to 16.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, place the 50-pin Amphenol cable into the connector on the
left side of the breakout box and on the bottom of the Multi Access Blade in the connector labeled spans
9 to 16.
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade
MP-MA-16-PRI and One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI
This configuration is supported only on a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
To Connect E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI and One Multi Access
Blade MP-MA-4-PRI
Step 1
Locate the following items that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112:
•
E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables.
•
Two breakout boxes, which should already be mounted above the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
•
Trunk card interface cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables).
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Attach the far end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable to the equipment that will connect with Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace.
In many cases, the other equipment has an RJ-48c socket in which to plug the E1 or T1 PRI telephony
cable. Alternately, the other equipment will be connected to a punchdown block. In this case, you will
need to determine the block’s connection diagram and then connect to it with discrete wires from the
cable.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable into the RJ-45 jack, labeled 1, on the far left
of the front of the breakout box.
Step 4
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 until all the E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables are connected to the breakout box.
Place the second, third, and fourth E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables, which correspond to the
MP-MA-4-PRI, into the RJ-45 jacks labeled 2, 3, and 4. Place the remaining 16 E1 or T1 PRI telephony
cables, which correspond to the MP-MA-16-PRI, into the 16 RJ-45 jacks on the front of the second
breakout box. Start with the RJ-45 jack on the left and continue to the right.
Note
Step 5
The RJ-45 jacks labeled 5 to 16 in the first breakout box remain empty.
Connect the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the first Multi Access Blade (the
MP-MA-4-PRI) to the back of the first breakout box by securing the screws on both ends.
Looking at the back of the first breakout box, place the first trunk card cable assembly into the connector
on the right.
Step 6
Connect the other end of the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the first
Multi Access Blade (the MP-MA-4-PRI) into the Multi Access Blade transition module by securing the
screws on both ends.
Place the 50-pin Amphenol cable into the connector on the bottom, labeled spans 9 to 16.
Step 7
Repeat Step 5 and Step 6 for the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the second
Multi Access Blade (the MP-MA-16-PRI).
Place the first trunk card cable assembly into the connector on the left side of the breakout box and on
the top of the Multi Access Blade, in the connector labeled spans 1 to 8. Place the second trunk card
cable assembly into the connector on the right side of the breakout box and on the bottom of the Multi
Access Blade, in the connector labeled spans 9 to 16.
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade
MP-MA-16-PRIs
This configuration is supported only on a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112.
To Connect E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRIs
Step 1
Locate the following items that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112:
•
E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables.
•
Two breakout boxes, which should already be mounted above your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8112.
•
Trunk card interface cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables).
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About Telephony Configurations for IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
Step 2
Attach the far end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable to the equipment that will connect with Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace.
In many cases, the other equipment has an RJ-48c socket in which to plug theE1 or T1 PRI telephony
cable. Alternately, the other equipment will be connected to a punchdown block. In this case, you will
need to determine the block’s connection diagram and then connect to it with discrete wires from the
cable.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first E1 or T1 PRI telephony cable into the RJ-45 jack, labeled 1, on the far left
of the front of the breakout box.
Step 4
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 until all the E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables are connected to the first breakout
box for the first MP-MA-16-PRI. For the second MP-MA-16-PRI, repeat Step 2 and Step 3 to connect
the second set of 16 E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables to the second breakout box.
Step 5
Connect the trunk card cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the first MP-MA-16-PRI to the
back of the first breakout box by securing the screws on both ends.
Looking at the back of the breakout box, place the first trunk card cable assembly into the connector on
the right.
Step 6
Connect the other end of the trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the first
MP-MA-16-PRI into the Multi Access Blade transition module by securing the screws on both ends.
Place the trunk card cable assembly into the connector on the bottom, labeled spans 9 to 16.
Step 7
Repeat Step 5 and Step 6 for the second trunk card cable assembly (50-pin Amphenol cable) for the first
MP-MA-16-PRI.
The second trunk card cable assembly should go into the connector on the left side of the breakout box
and on the right side of the Multi Access Blade, in the connector labeled spans 9 to 16.
Step 8
Repeat Step 5 through Step 7 for the trunk card cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables) for the
second MP-MA-16-PRI.
About Telephony Configurations for IP Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Systems
Pure IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems are configurations that use only IP functionality and do not
use any T1 CAS, T1 PRI, or E1 functionality.
Note
Pure IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace systems do not use a breakout box.
Cisco Systems ships the necessary number of IP LAN cables with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio
Server. The number of IP LAN cables that you receive depends on the number of Multi Access Blades
in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. You receive one IP LAN cable for every Multi Access Blade.
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the Multi Access Blade transition modules
for IP configurations begin in slot 6 on the top and move down to the bottom. The Smart Blades begin
from the bottom in slot 1. They do not have any cables connected to them.
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, the Multi Access Blade transition modules
for IP configurations begin in slot 16 on the left and move to the right. The Smart Blades begin in slot 1
and move to the left. They do not have any cables connected to them.
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About Telephony Configurations for IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
Connecting IP Telephony Cables for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
To Connect IP Telephony Cables for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System
Step 1
Locate the IP LAN cables that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Step 2
Attach the far end of the first IP LAN cable to the RJ-45 socket of the switch or other network equipment.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first IP LAN cable into the Ethernet 1 connector on the Multi Access Blade.
Step 4
If you have more than one Multi Access Blade in your IP configuration, repeat Step 2 and Step 3.
Figure 2-21 shows the connections on the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106. This
configuration supports 480 IP ports with one MP-MA-16.
Figure 2-21
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 (IP with 1 MP-MA-16)
Figure 2-22 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. This
configuration supports 480 IP ports with one MP-MA-16.
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Figure 2-22
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 (IP with 1 MP-MA-16)
Figure 2-23 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106. This
configuration supports 120 IP ports with one MP-MA-4.
Figure 2-23
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 (IP with 1 MP-MA-4)
Figure 2-24 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. This
configuration supports 120 IP ports with one MP-MA-4.
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Figure 2-24
Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 (IP with 1 MP-MA-4)
About Telephony Configurations for Mixed Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Systems
A mixed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system is a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system with
both an IP configuration and a T1 CAS, T1 PRI, or E1 configuration.
Mixing protocols is supported only in combination with IP ports:
•
T1 PRI and IP
•
E1 and IP
•
T1 CAS and IP
(For example, a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system cannot have both T1 and E1 ports configured, but
it can have T1—either PRI or CAS—and IP ports, or E1 and IP ports. In addition, a Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace system cannot have both T1 CAS and T1 PRI ports configured.)
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About Telephony Configurations for Mixed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Systems
Cisco Systems ships all Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server systems with the necessary number
of cards and cables for the type of mixed configuration:
For All Mixed Configurations
E1, T1 PRI, and IP configurations all use Multi Access Blades. Cisco Systems ships the necessary
number of Multi Access Blades with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system. The number
of telephony cables you receive depends on the number of ports being activated. You receive one
telephony cable for every 30 ports in an E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system, and one telephony cable
for every 23 ports in a T1 PRI Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
For T1 CAS/IP Configurations Only
Cisco Systems ships the necessary number of T1 Smart Blades with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server system. Each T1 Smart Blade transition module in the back of the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server has connectors for four trunk lines. The number of telephony cables you
receive depends on the number of ports being activated. You receive one telephony cable for every 24
ports in a T1 CAS Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. No breakout box is needed for this configuration.
For E1/IP and T1 PRI/IP Configurations Only
Cisco Systems ships either one or two breakout boxes and cables, depending on the configuration, with
the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system. Cisco Systems also ships the necessary number
of trunk card interface cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables) for your configuration. These connect
the breakout boxes to the Multi Access Blade transition modules.
For the Non-IP Portion of the Mixed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the T1 Smart Blade transition modules begin in slot 1 on the
bottom and move up (for T1 CAS/IP configurations). The Multi Access Blade transition modules begin
in slot 1 on the bottom and move up (for E1/IP and T1 PRI/IP configurations).
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, the T1 Smart Blade transition modules begin in slot 1 on the
right and move to the left (for T1 CAS/IP configurations). The Multi Access Blade transition modules
begin in slot 1 on the right and move to the left (for E1/IP and T1 PRI/IP configurations).
For the IP Portion of the Mixed Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System
The Smart Blades begin after the last PSTN blade (either a T1 Smart Blade or Multi Access Blade for
E1 or T1 PRI) and do not have any cables connected to them.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, the Multi Access Blade transition modules begin in slot 6 on
the top and move down.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, the Multi Access Blade transition modules begin in slot 16
on the left and move to the right.
See the applicable section, depending on your configuration:
•
Connecting the Telephony Cables for an E1/IP or T1 PRI/IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System,
page 2-32
•
Connecting the Telephony Cables for a T1 CAS/IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System, page 2-35
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Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
Connecting the Telephony Cables for an E1/IP or T1 PRI/IP Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace System
To Connect the Telephony Cables for an E1/IP or T1 PRI/IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System
Step 1
Locate the following items that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server:
•
IP LAN cables.
•
E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables.
•
Breakout box.
•
Trunk card interface cable assemblies (50-pin Amphenol cables).
Step 2
Attach the far end of the first IP LAN cable to the RJ-45 socket of the switch or other network equipment.
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first IP LAN cable into the Ethernet 1 connector on the Multi Access Blade.
Step 4
If you use two Multi Access Blades for the IP configuration, repeat Step 2 and Step 3.
Step 5
Depending on the configuration of the E1 or T1 PRI portion of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system,
do the procedure in the applicable section to connect the E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables:
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI,
page 2-19 (for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 or Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112)
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI,
page 2-23 (for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 or Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112)
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRIs,
page 2-24 (for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 or Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112)
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with One Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRI and One
Multi Access Blade MP-MA-4-PRI, page 2-25 (for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 only)
•
Connecting E1 or T1 PRI Telephony Cables with Two Multi Access Blade MP-MA-16-PRIs,
page 2-26 (for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 only)
Figure 2-25 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 with a mixed
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. The Multi Access Blade used for the IP configuration is shown at
the top, and the Multi Access Blade used for the E1/T1 PRI configuration is shown at the bottom.
Figure 2-25
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 (Mixed Configuration)
Figure 2-26 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 with a mixed
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system with 96 T1 CAS ports and 240 IP ports.
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Two MP-MA-4s are used for the IP configuration and are in slots 15 and 16, shown on the left.
For the T1 CAS configuration, there is a T1 Smart Blade in slot 1 and three Smart Blades in slots 2, 3,
and 4.
Figure 2-26
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 (Mixed Configuration with 96 T1 CAS and
240 IP Ports)
Figure 2-27 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 with a mixed
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system with 23 T1 PRI ports and 120 IP ports.
The MP-MA-4 that is used for the IP configuration is shown on the left in slot 16 and the Multi Access
Blade MP-MA-4 that is used for the T1 PRI configuration is shown on the right in slot 1.
There is a Smart Blade in slot 2 where 23 ports are used for the T1 PRI configuration, and 73 ports are
used for the IP configuration. There is another Smart Blade in slot 3 to support the remaining 47 IP ports.
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Figure 2-27
Installing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 Series Hardware
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 (Mixed Configuration with 23 T1 PRI and 120
IP Ports)
Figure 2-28 shows the connections on the back of a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 with a mixed
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system with 480 E1 ports and 480 IP ports.
The MP-MA-16 that is used for the IP configuration is shown on the left in slot 16.
The MP-MA-16-PRI that is used for the E1 configuration is shown on the right in slot 1. There are ten
Smart Blades (in slots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15) to support 960 ports.
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Figure 2-28
Back of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 (Mixed Configuration with 480 E1 and 480
IP Ports)
Connecting the Telephony Cables for a T1 CAS/IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
System
To Connect the Telephony Cables for a T1 CAS/IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System
Step 1
Step 2
Locate the following items that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server:
•
IP LAN cables.
•
T1 CAS telephony cables.
Attach the far end of the first T1 CAS telephony cable to the equipment that will connect with Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace.
In many cases, the other equipment has an RJ-48c socket in which to plug the T1 CAS telephony cable.
Alternately, the other equipment will be connected to a punchdown block. In this case, you will need to
determine the block's connection diagram and then connect to it with discrete wires from the cable.
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Installing and Connecting the Modem
Step 3
Plug the other end of the first T1 CAS telephony cable into the T1 Smart Blade transition module in the
back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106, place the first T1 CAS telephony cable in the left most
connector slot. Place the second T1 CAS telephony cable in the next connector slot moving to the right,
and so on.
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, place the first T1 CAS telephony cable in the topmost
connector slot. Place the second T1 CAS telephony cable in the next connector slot moving down, and
so on.
You can connect a maximum of four T1 CAS telephony cables to any one T1 Smart Blade transition
module.
Step 4
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 until all the T1 CAS telephony cables are connected.
Step 5
Install tie wraps and label the T1 CAS telephony cables as needed.
Step 6
Attach the far end of the IP LAN cable to the RJ-45 socket of the switch or other network equipment.
Step 7
Plug the other end of the IP LAN cable into the Ethernet 1 connector on the Multi Access Blade
transition module.
Step 8
If your configuration uses two Multi Access Blades, repeat Step 6 and Step 7.
Installing and Connecting the Modem
To Install and Connect the Modem
Step 1
Step 2
Locate the following items that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server:
•
Modem.
•
Modem cable.
•
Modem power cable.
•
Phone extension cable.
If you have a T1 CAS or a pure IP Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system, place the modem on the back
right corner of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server. The modem cable connections must face
the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server. Do not move the modem from this space.
If you have a T1 PRI or an E1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system, place the modem into the empty slot
on the far left of the breakout box. See Figure 2-14. Do not move the modem from this space.
Step 3
Confirm that the modem power switch is in the off position. The modem power switch is on the side of
the modem.
Step 4
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server, connect the modem power cable
to the far left position on the back of the modem.
Step 5
Connect the other end of the modem power cable into the power outlet.
Step 6
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server, connect the phone extension cable
to the far right position on the back of the modem, labeled “Line.” Two RJ-11 connectors are on the
modem. Place this cable in the far right connector.
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Step 7
Looking at the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server, connect the DB25 end (the larger
connector) of the modem cable to the back of the modem. See Figure 2-29 to see which end is the DB25
end.
Figure 2-29
Modem Cable
Step 8
Connect the DB9 end (the smaller connector) of the modem cable to the COM 2 port on the CPU
transition module in the back of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server. See Figure 2-29 to see
which end is the DB9 end.
Step 9
Connect the other end of the phone extension cable to its source, which must be a standard analog phone
line, not an extension for a digital phone.
Step 10
Turn the modem power switch to the on position.
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Connecting and Setting Up Your Laptop Computer
This chapter explains how to connect your laptop to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system and how to
set up your laptop so that you can use HyperTerminal.
This chapter contains the following sections:
•
Connecting Your Laptop to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, page 3-1
•
About Configuring Your Laptop, page 3-2
•
Setting Up HyperTerminal, page 3-3
•
Logging Your HyperTerminal Session, page 3-3
•
Setting Up Dial-Up Networking, page 3-4
•
Testing the Modem Connection, page 3-4
Connecting Your Laptop to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Before using the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system, connect your laptop to the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace system.
To Connect Your Laptop to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Step 1
Locate the female-to-female DB9 null modem cable that shipped with the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server. This is a required tool, as listed in the “Tools Required for the Installation” section on
page 1-4. See Figure 3-1 for cable pinouts.
Caution
Before proceeding, confirm that the null modem cable that you are using has the correct
wiring. Specifically, verify the connection between the DCD and DSR. You can use a
connectivity tester (a required tool, as listed in the “Tools Required for the Installation”
section on page 1-4) to test this.
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About Configuring Your Laptop
Figure 3-1
Null Modem Cable Pinouts
Step 2
Connect one end of the null modem cable to the COM 1 port on the CPU card in the front of the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server.
Step 3
Connect the other end of the null modem cable to the COM port on your laptop.
About Configuring Your Laptop
You can access the Command Line Interface (CLI) command screen by running terminal emulation
software, such as ProComm, Windows Terminal, or HyperTerminal. Configure your laptop COM port
with the parameters listed in Table 3-1.
Table 3-1
Laptop COM Port Parameters
Parameter
Value
Baud Rate
19200
Data Length
8 bits
Parity
None
Stop Bits
1
No phone number or area code is needed for direct connections to a COM port. Depending on the
configuration of the laptop, the direct connection (9-pin connector) may be any of the COM ports, but
it most likely is COM 1.
Set up the terminal emulation software to emulate a VT100 terminal. If your laptop is connected to a
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server and the operating system is running, the login prompt
appears. It is sometimes necessary to press Enter once or twice.
The default username is admin, and the default password is cisco.
Note
If the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server is not powered on yet, you will not see the login prompt.
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Setting Up HyperTerminal
Setting Up HyperTerminal
This section explains how to set up HyperTerminal to telnet to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
There are several ways to telnet to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. HyperTerminal is available
on all operating systems. These instructions are for the Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system. If
you are not using this version, the HyperTerminal instructions may vary.
To Set Up HyperTerminal
Step 1
Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > Communications > HyperTerminal. The HyperTerminal
dialog box appears.
Step 2
Enter a name for your connection (for example, “Cisco Unified MeetingPlace”), and click OK. The
Connect To dialog box opens.
Step 3
From the Connect Using menu, select TCP/IP (Winsock). The Connect To dialog box reappears.
Step 4
In the Host address field, enter
198.207.208.241
Step 5
In the Port number field, enter 23. Click OK. The HyperTerminal window appears.
Step 6
If the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server is already powered on, press Enter a few times to see
the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace tech$ prompt.
If the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server is not powered on yet, you will not see the login prompt.
Note
Telnet sessions usually close after a specific time. However, if you do not exit some commands
properly, the Telnet session may remain up indefinitely.
Logging Your HyperTerminal Session
Generate a log of your HyperTerminal session so that you can refer to it later. This example describes
logging a session by using HyperTerminal. If you are not using HyperTerminal, the instructions may
vary.
To Log Your HyperTerminal Session
Step 1
Go to the Transfer menu in the HyperTerminal window.
Step 2
Select Capture Text.
Step 3
Save the file. Note the location so that you can retrieve the file later.
Step 4
Click Start.
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Setting Up Dial-Up Networking
Setting Up Dial-Up Networking
This section explains how to set up dial-up networking on a Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system
to connect to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system by using a modem.
To Set Up Dial-Up Networking
Step 1
On the Windows 2000 system, right-click the My Network Places icon on the desktop.
Step 2
Select Properties.
Step 3
Double-click Make New Connection. The Network Connection Wizard dialog box opens.
Step 4
Click Next. The Network Connection Type dialog box appears.
Step 5
Select Dial-up to Private Network, and click Next. The Network Connection Wizard dialog box
appears.
(If you have more than one dial-up device on your computer, you may not see this dialog box at this
time. Instead you may see a dialog box asking you to choose a dial-up device. Choose the dial-up device
that you want to use and press Next. The Network Connection Wizard dialog box appears.)
Step 6
Enter the phone number of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server modem in the phone number
field and click Next. The Connection Availability dialog box appears.
Step 7
Select For all users. Click Next. The Completing the Network Connection Wizard dialog box appears.
Step 8
In the Type the Name You Want to Use for This Connection field, enter the company name.
Step 9
Click Finish. The Connection dialog box appears.
Step 10
Click Properties. The Connection Properties dialog box appears.
Step 11
Select the General tab.
Step 12
Click Configure. The Modem Configuration dialog box appears.
Step 13
Change the maximum speed to 19200 bps.
Step 14
Click OK. The Connection Properties dialog box appears.
Step 15
Click the Networking tab.
Step 16
Under “Type of dial-up server I am calling,” select SLIP: Unix Connection.
Step 17
Under “Components checked are used by this connection,” select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
Step 18
Click Properties. The Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties dialog box appears.
Step 19
Select Use the Following IP Address, and enter 198.207.208.242 in the IP address field.
Step 20
Click OK to exit the Properties window.
Step 21
Click OK to exit the networking window. Your connection is now complete.
Testing the Modem Connection
To Test the Modem Connection
Step 1
Right-click the My Network Places icon on your desktop.
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Step 2
Select Properties. The Network and Dial-up Connections window appears.
Step 3
Double-click the connection that you just created.
Step 4
Click Dial.
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Upgrading the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server Software
This chapter describes how to upgrade the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server software from
Release 5.3 or 5.4 to Release 6.0 and contains the following sections:
•
Upgrading the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Software to Release 6.0, page 4-1
•
Testing the Upgrade, page 4-3
Upgrading the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
Software to Release 6.0
If you already have the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server hardware and are using Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server Release 5.3 or 5.4 software, you must upgrade the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server software yourself if you want to use Release 6.0.
Note
A Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system running Audio Server Release 5.2 cannot upgrade
directly to Release 6.0. You must first upgrade to Audio Server Release 5.4. Then you can upgrade to
Audio Server Release 6.0.
To Upgrade the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Software
Step 1
Insert the upgrade CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
Note
If you are upgrading the software from a remote location, have someone at the site insert the
CD-ROM for you.
Step 2
If you are upgrading the software from a remote location, dial in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace by using
the modem.
Step 3
Telnet as a technician to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system.
Step 4
Enter the default username and the default password. If you have changed the default password, use the
new password.
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Upgrading the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Software
The default username is admin, and the default password is cisco.
Step 5
Shut down the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server software by entering down.
Step 6
Note the current time.
Step 7
Save the session capture to your desktop with the filename upgrade.txt. If something unexpected occurs
during the update process, Cisco TAC will need this log.
We strongly recommend that you capture the upgrade session to a log file.
Step 8
Begin the software upgrade process by entering update.
Step 9
Enter 1 when the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system displays a menu of upgrade sources. The update
is from a CD-ROM. For example:
meetingplace:tech$ update
Update is from
1) CD
2) Diskette
3) Remote File
4) Local File
q) (Quit Update)
Enter choice:
Step 10
Press Enter when the drive is quiet and you are ready to install the software. This takes about a minute.
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system checks the CD-ROM drive for update file sets.
Step 11
When you are asked to confirm the update set, enter y. This starts the software upgrade. The Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system reads the CD-ROM for approximately 3 minutes.
Step 12
Continue the upgrade by pressing Enter.
Note
If the following message appears:
A disk backup appears to be active...
You may restart the system to stop it.
restart the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system by entering restart disable.
After the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system comes back up, dial in to the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server system, log in as a technician, and resume this procedure with Step 6.
Phase 1 of the software upgrade starts. This is when the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
software is upgraded. During this phase, entering Ctrl-C stops the upgrade.
After Phase 1 of the software upgrade is complete, the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system
restarts and continues to Phase 2 of the software upgrade. Phase 2 is when the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server database is upgraded. This portion of the upgrade can take up to an hour.
Entering Ctrl-C has no affect on the system during this phase.
Caution
During the software upgrade, do not try to stop the upgrade or restart the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server system. This can have very serious effects on the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server system data and program integrity.
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When Phase 2 is complete, the modem connection terminates. After approximately 5 minutes, the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system comes back up and you can re-establish a modem
connection.
To view the upgrade status, enter update status. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system
displays a message with the date and time of the last update. If you see the word “operating,” then the
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server is operating normally and no update is currently in progress.
If you see a date and time that are more than an hour old, then the update is probably not working.
Contact Cisco TAC to determine what you should do next.
To get a real-time status, enter update trace.
Step 13
Telnet to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system either through the network or a modem
connection.
Note
To restart the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system if it does not come up by itself,
enter restart enable.
Step 14
Note the time when the upgrade is complete and when the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
system restarts and is back online.
Step 15
Close the log file and record its location for future use.
Testing the Upgrade
See “Testing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System Installation and Upgrade” chapter.
Note
To test IP telephony, see the “About Troubleshooting IP Ports That Do Not Answer” and “About
Troubleshooting IP Calls That Connect But No Audio is Heard” sections in the “Troubleshooting the
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Configuration” chapter of the Configuration Guide for Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_installation_and_configuration_gu
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Testing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio
Server System Installation and Upgrade
This chapter explains how to power up the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server and how to test
the installation and upgrade. It contains the following sections:
•
Powering Up the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System, page 5-1
•
About Testing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System Installation or Upgrade,
page 5-2
•
Testing Inbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony by Using Circular Hunting, page 5-3
•
Testing Inbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony by Using a Dialing Sequence,
page 5-4
•
Testing Outbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony, page 5-4
•
Testing Scheduling, page 5-5
•
Testing Conferencing in Recorded Meetings, page 5-6
•
Testing Conferencing in Nonrecorded Meetings with Ad Hoc Recording, page 5-6
•
Testing Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing, page 5-6
•
Testing Network Latency, page 5-7
Powering Up the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
System
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system can take 5 to 10 minutes to complete
initialization.
To Power Up the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System
Step 1
Move the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server power switch to the on (“|”) position. Allow up to
10 minutes for the Audio Server system to initialize.
Step 2
Connect your laptop to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace to confirm that the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server has come up properly. (If your laptop has not been connected and set up, see the
“Connecting Your Laptop to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace” section on page 3-1 and the “About
Configuring Your Laptop” section on page 3-2.)
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About Testing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System Installation or Upgrade
Step 3
Step 4
If the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server is not up, confirm that all components are secure:
a.
Confirm that all the cards are securely seated. (For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, check if
any of the blue LED lights below the cards are on. If a blue light is on, the card or transition module
is not seated properly.)
b.
Turn the power switch to the off (“O”) position.
c.
Confirm that all the connections are secure.
d.
After confirming that all components are secure, repeat the power-up procedure. If the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server does not initialize properly on the second try, contact
Cisco TAC. (See the “Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines”
section on page x.)
At the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace prompt, enter your username and password. The default username is
admin, and the default password is cisco. The following menu appears:
user name: admin
Password:
Last login: Mon Aug 21 12:19:16 from Unknown-HostName
*******************************************************************
*
MeetingPlace(tm)
*
*
by Cisco Systems
*
*
*
*
Copyright (c) 1993-2006 Cisco Systems, Inc.
*
*
All rights reserved.
*
*******************************************************************
Conference server 5.4.0
S/N: not set
Mon Aug 21 14:32:03 PST 2006
meetingplace:tech$
This allows you to enter commands on the Command Line Interface (CLI). For information about CLI
commands, refer to the “Command-Line Interface Reference” appendix of the Configuration Guide for
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_installation_and_configuration_gu
ides_list.html.
Note
The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system does not support DNS; therefore, the name of the server
that last logged in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system is unknown.
About Testing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
System Installation or Upgrade
To verify inbound calls, you must have a means for directly selecting each trunk connected to the Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace system. Most PBX and central office trunks either use circular hunting, which
accesses each port in turn, or allow each trunk to be selected with a special dialing sequence.
Note
To test IP telephony, see the “About Troubleshooting IP Ports That Do Not Answer” and “About
Troubleshooting IP Calls That Connect But No Audio is Heard” sections in the “Troubleshooting the
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Configuration” Chapter of the Configuration Guide for Cisco
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Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_installation_and_configuration_gu
ides_list.html.
Testing Inbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony by
Using Circular Hunting
To Test Inbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony by Using Circular Hunting
Step 1
Access the CLI.
Tip
If you do not already have terminal logging turned on, turn it on before proceeding. For
information on logging, see the “Logging Your HyperTerminal Session” section on page 3-3.
Step 2
Enter spanstat span_number -all and press Enter. For the span number, start with span 0 and check each
port before moving onto span 1 and other active spans.
Step 3
Dial the system access number.
Step 4
Look at the spanstat command output to monitor which port receives the call. For example, in the
following code for T1 CAS, span 0, port 1 received the call.
meetingplace:tech$ spanstat 0 -ab
Span 0 (Card 0 Trunk 0) is up
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR
33 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
In the following code for T1 PRI, span 0, port 1 received the call.
meetingplace:tech$ spanstat 0 -ab
Span 0 (Card 0 Trunk 0) is up
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
10
ii........
.........
1 2 3
20
.........
.........
.....
In the following code for E1, span 0, port 1 received the call.
meetingplace:tech$ spanstat 0 -all
E1 Span 0 (ETI 0 Line A) is up
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
10
ii........
Note
.........
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 0
.........
30
...........
20
.........
.........
Enter spanstat help to determine the character code definitions and sequences for the various
types of connections.
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Step 5
When you hear the prompt “Welcome to MeetingPlace,” press 2. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
system replies with “Enter your profile number.” This verifies a full two-way connection between the
PBX and central office.
Step 6
Dial the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system access number until each port is tested.
Testing Inbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony by
Using a Dialing Sequence
To Test Inbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony by Using a Dialing Sequence
Step 1
Ask the PBX administrator for the dialing sequence that controls which port picks up the call.
Step 2
For each port, press 2 and listen for the “Enter your profile number” prompt. This ensures a full two-way
connection between the PBX and central office.
Tip
We recommend that the PBX hunt from the highest port to the lowest port.
Testing Outbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony
If Cisco Unified MeetingPlace is connected to a PBX, test outbound calls placed to extensions on the
PBX and calls placed to the public network. Make a call on each port. Test outbound calls on PSTN
connections, too.
To Test Outbound Calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, and E1 Telephony
Step 1
Access the CLI. If you do not already have terminal logging turned on, turn it on.
Step 2
Enter activity. The following example appears:
meetingplace:tech$ activity
VUI Configuration: 1152 Sessions, 1200 Confs
***
VUI
INTERNAL
STATUS
UTILITY
***
DebugMenu:
1) Quick Status of all Ports
2) Verbose Status of Port Range
3) Display complete Port Information
Enter the Command (0 -- 100):
Step 3
4) Make Test Call
5) Show All Confs
0) Quit
To make a test call, enter 4. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system prompts you for a destination phone
number.
meetingplace:tech$ activity
VUI Configuration: 1152 Sessions, 1200 Confs
***
VUI
INTERNAL
STATUS
UTILITY
***
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Testing Scheduling
DebugMenu:
1) Quick Status of all Ports
2) Verbose Status of Port Range
3) Display complete Port Information
Enter the Command (0 -- 100): 4
You entered 4.
Enter destination for your call:
Note
4) Make Test Call
5) Show All Confs
0) Quit
The preceding code examples are for a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112. For a Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8106, there are 576 sessions and 576 conferences.
Step 4
Enter the extension of a nearby phone as the destination phone number to be dialed. A prompt asks if
you want specific ports.
Step 5
Enter t for true. A prompt asks if you want to specify a range of ports.
Step 6
Enter t for true. A prompt asks for the starting port number.
Step 7
Enter the lowest number. A prompt asks for the ending port number.
Step 8
Enter a port number that is 10 or 20 ports above the starting-port number. A prompt asks if the system
should do the test calls in groups.
Step 9
Enter f for false. A prompt asks for the delay between calls.
Step 10
Enter the desired delay. The phone rings.
Step 11
Answer the phone and listen to voice quality. Press 1 and hang up. The Telnet display reports that the
testing of that port is okay. The phone is called from the next port.
Step 12
Repeat Step 11 until all the ports in the specified group are tested.
Step 13
Repeat this procedure by using the seven digit number (you may need to add a 9 along with the seven
digits if connected to a PBX) to place a call to the public network.
Step 14
To exit the activity command, enter 0.
Testing Scheduling
Note
For new installations, MeetingTime and Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing may not be
installed. You must install those applications before you can test scheduling.
When testing scheduling capability, log in as a technician. The scheduling tasks are the same for the
following applications:
•
Using the voice interface over the phone.
•
Using MeetingTime.
•
Using Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing.
•
Using Cisco Unified MeetingPlace for Outlook.
•
Using Cisco Unified MeetingPlace for Lotus Notes.
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Testing Conferencing in Recorded Meetings
To Test Scheduling
Step 1
Confirm that you can schedule a new meeting.
Step 2
Confirm that you can attend the new meeting.
Step 3
If the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace notification option is enabled, confirm that you can receive
notifications when meetings are scheduled.
Testing Conferencing in Recorded Meetings
Do the following procedure if the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system is configured for
recordings.
To Test Conferencing in a Recorded Meeting
Step 1
Schedule a recorded meeting.
Step 2
Confirm that the meeting was recorded.
Step 3
Confirm that you can retrieve the meeting recording after the meeting.
Testing Conferencing in Nonrecorded Meetings with Ad Hoc
Recording
Do the following procedure if the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system is configured for
recordings.
To Test Conferencing in a Nonrecorded Meeting with Ad Hoc Recording
Step 1
Schedule a meeting without recording.
Step 2
Attend the meeting and activate the recording by pressing #61.
Step 3
Confirm that the meeting was recorded.
Step 4
Confirm that you can retrieve the meeting recording after the meeting.
Testing Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing
If Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing is installed, refer to the Installation and Upgrade
Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/prod_installation_guides_list.html to
perform a functional check.
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Testing Network Latency
Testing Network Latency
To Test Network Latency
Step 1
Access the CLI and enter ping -s 1000 IP_address_of_another_machine_on_the_network. The
“-s 1000”argument simulates normal network activity by sending 1,000 bytes of dummy data to the other
IP address.
Step 2
After you receive several reply messages, enter Ctrl-C.
If there is no reply, the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system cannot make a network
connection to the machine that you specified. Verify the IP address and consult the internal networking
contacts.
Step 3
Confirm that there is 0 percent packet loss.
Example 5-1
Testing Network Latency
meetingplace:tech$ ping -s 1000 172.20.19.25
--- Type <CTRL-C> to stop --PING 172.20.19.25 (172.20.19.25): 1000 data bytes
1008 bytes from 172.20.19.25: icmp_seq=0 ttl=255 time=2.897
1008 bytes from 172.20.19.25: icmp_seq=1 ttl=255 time=2.584
1008 bytes from 172.20.19.25: icmp_seq=2 ttl=255 time=2.587
1008 bytes from 172.20.19.25: icmp_seq=3 ttl=255 time=2.578
1008 bytes from 172.20.19.25: icmp_seq=4 ttl=255 time=2.615
1008 bytes from 172.20.19.25: icmp_seq=5 ttl=255 time=2.582
1008 bytes from 172.20.19.25: icmp_seq=6 ttl=255 time=2.577
1008 bytes from 172.20.19.25: icmp_seq=7 ttl=255 time=2.586
^C
--- 172.20.19.25 ping statistics --8 packets transmitted, 8 packets received, 0% packet loss
round-trip min/avg/max = 2.571/2.603/2.897 ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
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Maintaining the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server System
This chapter describes how to maintain—not repair—the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
system and contains the following sections:
•
Replacing the Filter in the Power Supply Unit Fan (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 Only),
page 6-1
•
Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring, page 6-3
(For information about repairing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system, contact
Cisco TAC. See the “Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines” section on
page x.)
Replacing the Filter in the Power Supply Unit Fan (Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8112 Only)
Note
The maintenance procedures in this section are for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 only. The Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace 8106 does not have a filter for the fan in the power supply unit.
You need to replace the filter in the power supply unit fan on a regular basis. The frequency of the
replacement depends on how much dust is in the air. On average, you should replace the filter once a
year.
In addition, if you see any of the following alarms, immediately check the power supply unit fan and its
filter:
•
0x70034 (MAJOR) Temperature out of range.
•
0x700BB (MINOR) Power supply fan N is failing.
•
0x700C6 (MINOR) Power supply N cooling failure.
This section contains three procedures. Do them in the order listed to replace the filter.
Do not touch any of the exposed leads, terminals, or components. Hazardous voltages, capable of
causing death, may be present in this product.
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Replacing the Filter in the Power Supply Unit Fan (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 Only)
Note
CLI commands are case sensitive. For CLI command information, refer to the “Command-Line
Interface Reference” appendix of the Configuration Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_installation_and_configura
tion_guides_list.html.
To Remove the Old Filter in the Power Supply Unit Fan (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 Only)
Step 1
Pull out the top edge of the filter frame by using the metal tab in the top left corner of the filter.
Step 2
Pull the filter frame up at a slight angle to remove it by sliding it in between the power supply unit and
the power supply unit handle.
Step 3
Remove the filter from the frame.
To Install a New Filter in the Power Supply Unit Fan (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 Only)
Step 1
Slide the new filter into the filter frame of the power supply unit fan.
Step 2
Place the filter frame between the power supply unit and the power supply unit handle. The correct
orientation is when the metal tab on the filter frame is in the top left corner.
Step 3
Gently push the filter frame so that it stays in place. There is no lock position.
To Test the Filter in the Power Supply Unit Fan (Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 Only)
Step 1
Log in to the CLI as a technician. The tech$ prompt appears.
Step 2
Log your terminal session. (For information on logging, see the “Logging Your HyperTerminal Session”
section on page 3-3.)
Step 3
Enter hwconfig.
Step 4
Confirm that the output for the power supply units and their fans is like lines 9 to 12 (the lines in bold)
in Example 6-1.
Note
The floppy drive and CD-ROM drive do not appear in the hwconfig command output, even when
they are installed and running.
Example 6-1
Testing the Power Supply Unit Fan Filter
meetingplace:tech$ hwconfig
Cabinet:
Motorola CPX8216T
Bus architecture:
CompactPCI
Processor card:
CPV5370 S/N=5129443
Processor:
Pentium III, Model 8, 700 MHz
Memory:
512 MB
Temperature:
31C
Voltages:
3.32V, 5.02V, 12.06V
Power Supplies:
PS1:
OK, fan is OK
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Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring
PS2:
PS3:
SCSI Adapter:
DISK 1:
DISK 2:
Solid State Disk:
Ethernet:
Modem:
Smart Blades:
Slot 16:
Slot 15:
OK, fan is OK
OK, fan is OK
NCR 810
36000MB (SEAGATE ST336704LW
REV=0004)
36000MB (SEAGATE ST336704LW
REV=0004)
IMPERIAL "MG-35/400 ULTRA" S/N=0128 REV=B403
Battery: usage = 307 days, charge is OK
Intel 8225x PCI 10/100 (0001af03c05e)
Absent or unrecognized
NMS CG6000C S/N=20363257 REV=5894-B2 MSC0 PRC0
NMS CG6000C S/N=20363261 REV=5894-B2 MSC1 PRC1
Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring
You can monitor the disk use of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system. The Cisco
Unified MeetingPlace system raises an alarm when it reaches or exceeds a specified use threshold.
Threshold values denote the percentage of a particular file system that is currently being used. In
general, 90 percent is a good value for a threshold. You can use a number lower than 90 to get an earlier
warning, but you may get an alarm for a normal condition. We recommend using 90.
To Enable Server Disk Capacity Monitoring
Step 1
Log in to the CLI as a technician. The tech$ prompt appears.
Step 2
Log your terminal session. (For information on logging, see the “Logging Your HyperTerminal Session”
section on page 3-3.)
Step 3
Enter configdiskcap.
Step 4
Enter the number of the file whose use threshold capacity you want to modify. In Example 6-2, we want
to modify the use threshold capacity for the /lat/db file (file 2), so enter 2.
Step 5
Enter the new use threshold value for this file. In Example 6-2, we want the use threshold capacity to be
95 percent, so enter 95.
Step 6
Save your changes and exit the configdiskcap command by entering s.
Example 6-2
Enabling Server Disk Capacity Monitoring
meetingplace:tech$ configdiskcap
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Disk Capacity Monitor Configuration
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Capacity values are utilization percentage thresholds.
A major alarm will be raised if a threshold is exceeded.
Select a file system threshold to modify when prompted.
Values must be between 60 and 99; a capacity
of 0 disables checking for that file system.
CAP% FILESYSTEM
==== ==========
1) 0
/
2) 0
/lat/db
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3)
4)
5)
6)
0
0
0
0
/tmp
/lat/fs.1
/lat/fs.2
/lat/fs.3
Select an item to modify, s to save and exit,
or q to quit without saving: 2
enter new value for /lat/db: 95
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
CAP% FILESYSTEM
==== ==========
0
/
95
/lat/db
0
/tmp
0
/lat/fs.1
0
/lat/fs.2
0
/lat/fs.3
Select an item to modify, s to save and exit,
or q to quit without saving: s
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7
Troubleshooting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Audio Server System Installation
The chapter contains the following sections:
•
Troubleshooting the Connection to the Audio Server System, page 7-1
•
Troubleshooting Telephony Configuration, page 7-2
Troubleshooting the Connection to the Audio Server System
If you cannot connect to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system by using MeetingTime,
try any or all of the following tasks:
Note
•
Enter ping to ping a known good IP address to determine if the network can access the Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace Audio Server system.
•
Confirm with the network administrator that Cisco Unified MeetingPlace has been set up in the local
host file.
•
Check that you performed all the steps in the “Setting Up Dial-Up Networking” section on page 3-4.
•
Check the network cabling.
•
If possible, use a PC to check the LAN connectivity.
•
Verify the network configuration by entering the net command.
•
Verify the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway values.
•
Make sure that all cards and transition modules are seated properly.
•
Check all cables and connections.
For CLI command information, refer to the “Command-Line Interface Reference” appendix of the
Configuration Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_installation_and_configuration_gu
ides_list.html.
If these actions do not correct the problem, contact Cisco TAC. See the “Obtaining Documentation,
Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines” section on page x.
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Troubleshooting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server System Installation
Troubleshooting Telephony Configuration
Troubleshooting Telephony Configuration
To Troubleshoot Telephony Configuration
Step 1
Check that the information you entered into MeetingTime from the worksheets in the Installation
Planning Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace is correct.
Step 2
Check all the physical connections to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system.
Step 3
For the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112, check that no LEDs are in a bad state. (Refer to the
Administration Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server at
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/prod_maintenance_guides_list.html for an
explanation of the LEDs.)
Step 4
If you made any changes to the MeetingTime configuration, access the CLI and enter restart.
Step 5
After the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system comes back up, repeat the testing
procedures.
If these actions do not correct the problem, contact Cisco TAC. (See the “Obtaining Documentation,
Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines” section on page x.)
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Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
Software Upgrade Reference
This appendix contains sample sessions of upgrading the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server
software. (See the “Upgrading the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Software” chapter for
upgrade procedures.)
Use the following sections as a reference when you are upgrading the software so that you will know
how far in the process you are:
•
Viewing the Remote Upgrade for a Sample Session Without a Disk Backup, page A-1
•
Viewing the Upgrade Status for a Remote Upgrade Session, page A-3
•
Viewing the Real-Time Upgrade Status for a Remote Upgrade Session, page A-3
•
Viewing the Onsite Upgrade for a Sample Session Without a Disk Backup, page A-16
Viewing the Remote Upgrade for a Sample Session Without a
Disk Backup
bigfoot:csc$ down
Are you sure (y/n)? y
Checking to see if the system is loaded...OK
System DOWN procedure has been initiated.
The system is DOWN.
bigfoot:csc$ update
Update is from
1) CD
2) Diskette
3) Remote File
4) Local File
q) (Quit Update)
Enter choice: 1
Please insert the update CD in the drive, then
wait for the drive to be quiet before continuing.
Press <ENTER> to continue or <CONTROL-C> to abort.
CD mounted OK; checking for update sets...
There is just one update set on the CD.
You wish to install: MeetingPlace 5.4
Is this correct? (y or n) y
--------------------------------------------------------------- MeetingPlace software release 5.4
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- Archive created: Fri Aug 1813:51:39 PDT 2006
--------------------------------------------------------------Press <ENTER> to continue or <CONTROL-C> to abort.
Mon Aug 21 14:20:41 PDT 2006 Starting ./UPDATE.phase1
Mon Aug 21 14:20:41 PDT 2006 Verifying the tape image checksum
Mon Aug 21 14:20:49 PDT 2006 Killing cron
Mon Aug 21 14:20:50 PDT 2006 Copying root file system from partition 1a to 2a
Mon Aug 21 14:21:35 PDT 2006 Starting extraction of files from archive:
Mon Aug 21 14:22:55 PDT 2006 Archive extraction is done.
Mon Aug 21 14:22:55 PDT 2006 Resetting system file ownerships:
Mon Aug 21 14:22:55 PDT 2006 Removing set-uid permissions:
Mon Aug 21 14:22:55 PDT 2006 Updating files and setting permissions:
Mon Aug 21 14:22:59 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/sys/drivers/falcon/falcon_detach with
.//lat/sys/drivers/falcon/falcon_attach
Mon Aug 21 14:23:00 PDT 2006 Replacing .//bin/less with .//lat/etc/less
Mon Aug 21 14:23:00 PDT 2006 Replacing .//bin/login with .//lat/etc/bin.login
Mon Aug 21 14:23:00 PDT 2006 Replacing .//bin/rsh with .//lat/etc/rsh
Mon Aug 21 14:23:00 PDT 2006 Replacing .//etc/motd with .//lat/etc/etc.motd
Mon Aug 21 14:23:00 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/bin/dp with .//lat/etc/rsh
Mon Aug 21 14:23:00 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/bin/updatefile with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:00 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/etc/setup_CSdb with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:00 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/bin/clearshmem with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/configdiskcap with
.//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/diskcopy with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/download with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/mpconvert with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/newdisk with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/revert with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/restore with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/restore_vp_db with
.//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/save with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/sysconfig with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/sysdatacopy with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/su with .//lat/etc/su
Mon Aug 21 14:23:01 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/update with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 14:23:03 PDT 2006 Replacing .//bin/xntpd with .//lat/etc/xntpd
Mon Aug 21 14:23:03 PDT 2006 Replacing .//net/inetd with .//lat/etc/inetd
Mon Aug 21 14:23:03 PDT 2006 Replacing .//net/telnetd with .//lat/etc/telnetd
Mon Aug 21 14:23:03 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lynx.os with .//lat/etc/lynx.os
Mon Aug 21 14:23:04 PDT 2006 Updating time zone files:
Mon Aug 21 14:23:05 PDT 2006 Installing the new OS files
Mon Aug 21 14:23:08 PDT 2006 Constructing a new prompt set on partition 2f
Mon Aug 21 14:23:17 PDT 2006 Constructed new alternate prompt set
Mon Aug 21 14:23:17 PDT 2006 Copying in the new prompt set
Mon Aug 21 14:23:34 PDT 2006 Prompt setup complete
Mon Aug 21 14:23:34 PDT 2006 Copying the active database into a fresh partition
Mon Aug 21 14:23:34 PDT 2006 Constructing a new database on partition 2e
Mon Aug 21 14:28:51 PDT 2006 New database construction is complete
Mon Aug 21 14:28:52 PDT 2006 Preparing the boot from the new software load
The first phase of the software upgrade is complete.
The system will now restart. As it comes up it will start the 2nd phase
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Viewing the Upgrade Status for a Remote Upgrade Session
Viewing the Upgrade Status for a Remote Upgrade Session
Release 5.4, Aug 21, 2006
user name: tech
Password:
Last login: Mon Aug 21 19:31:14 from Unknown-HostName
*************************************************************************
*
MeetingPlace(tm)
*
*
by Cisco Systems
*
*
*
*
Copyright (c) 1993-2006 Cisco Systems
*
*
All rights reserved.
*
*************************************************************************
Conference server 5.4 S/N: not set
Mon Aug 21 19:55:58 PDT 2006
:tech$ update status
Last status update: Aug 21 19:56
Building the deleted record database
:tech$ update status
Last status update: Aug 21 19:56
Upgrade phase 2: Database revision complete; almost done
Viewing the Real-Time Upgrade Status for a Remote Upgrade
Session
Release 5.4, Aug 21, 2006
user name: tech
Password:
Last login: Mon Aug 21 19:31:14 from Unknown-HostName
*************************************************************************
*
MeetingPlace(tm)
*
*
by Cisco Systems
*
*
*
*
Copyright (c) 1993-2006 Cisco Systems
*
*
All rights reserved.
*
*************************************************************************
Conference server 5.4 S/N: not set
Mon Aug 21 19:55:58 PDT 2006
:tech$ update trace
Last update: Aug 21 19:56
----------- Preallocating db Mon Aug 21 19:55:19 PDT 2006
Reserving 100 db records (code 10000) ...
the db file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 143 record(s)
Reserving 200 dbclass records (code 10001) ...
Adding 2 16384 byte page(s) to get 127 record(s) ...
Reserving 200 dbmember records (code 10002) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 200 record(s) ...
Pre-allocating each key
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 5 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
file...
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
key
key
key
key
key
key
file
file
file
file
file
file
db.name...
dbclass.dbnamerecid...
dbclass.csdbnameskey...
dbclass.dbname...
dbclass.classname...
dbmember.fieldid...
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----------- db preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating deletedrec Mon Aug
21 19:55:19 PDT 2006
21 19:55:19 PDT 2006
Reserving 1000000 deletedrec records (code 10000) ...
the deletedrec file already has 1000000 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key file...
Adding 2 16384 byte pages to key file deletedrec.Sequence...
----------- deletedrec preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating flexmenu Mon Aug
21 19:55:19 PDT 2006
21 19:55:19 PDT 2006
Record 10000 (FMAppRec): has no preallocation count
Record 10001 (FMStateTable): has no preallocation count
Record 10002 (CustAppPrompt): has no preallocation count
Record 10003 (FMPlayPrompt): has no preallocation count
Record 10004 (FMGotoApp): has no preallocation count
Record 10005 (FMOptionMenu): has no preallocation count
Record 10006 (FMHangUp): has no preallocation count
Record 10007 (FMFindMtg): has no preallocation count
Record 10008 (FMReviewMtgMat): has no preallocation count
Record 10009 (FMGetProfile): has no preallocation count
Pre-allocating each key file...
----------- flexmenu preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating gen Mon Aug
21 19:55:21 PDT 2006
21 19:55:21 PDT 2006
Reserving 250000 user records (code 10002) ...
the user file already has 19231 16384 byte pages that can hold 250003 record(s)
Reserving 100 group records (code 10000) ...
the group file already has 3 16384 byte pages that can hold 117 record(s)
Record 10003 (gentmp1): has no preallocation count
Record 10005 (gentmp2): has no preallocation count
Record 10004 (gentmp3): has no preallocation count
Reserving 6 flexfield records (code 10001) ...
the flexfield file already has 14 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
file...
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
key
key
key
key
key
key
key
key
file
file
file
file
file
file
file
file
user.last...
user.name...
user.uniqueid...
user.username...
user.cuid...
user.cnlf...
user.lfn...
user.in...
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Adding 2 16384 byte pages to key file user.vuname...
Adding 2 16384 byte pages to key file user.glfn...
Adding 2 16384 byte pages to key file user.UpdateTime...
----------- gen preallocation complete Mon Aug
21 19:55:21 PDT 2006
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
genlite initialized
----------- Preallocating pegs Mon Aug
21 19:55:21 PDT 2006
Reserving 1 pegs records (code 10000) ...
the pegs file already has 1536 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key file...
----------- pegs preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating podata Mon Aug
21 19:55:21 PDT 2006
21 19:55:21 PDT 2006
Reserving 1 pomailbox records (code 10000) ...
the pomailbox file already has 32 record(s)
Reserving 20000 pomsgdata records (code 10001) ...
Pre-allocating each key file...
Adding 2 16384 byte pages to key file pomsgdata.compundkey...
----------- podata preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating res Mon Aug
21 19:55:21 PDT 2006
6 19:55:21 PDT 2003
Reserving 1 crres records (code 10004) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 1 portres records (code 10005) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 200000 didres records (code 10001) ...
Adding 513 16384 byte page(s) to get 200000 record(s) ...
Record 10000 (didconfigres): has no preallocation count
Record 10003 (schedparamsres): has no preallocation count
Reserving 13 crresfstaccess records (code 10006) ...
the crresfstaccess file already has 13 record(s)
Reserving 13 portresfstaccess records (code 10007) ...
the portresfstaccess file already has 13 record(s)
Reserving 13 vsresfstaccess records (code 10008) ...
the vsresfstaccess file already has 15 record(s)
Reserving 200000 vsres records (code 10002) ...
Adding 465 16384 byte page(s) to get 200000 record(s) ...
Pre-allocating each key file...
Adding 635 16384 byte pages to key file didres.strtdid...
Adding 343 16384 byte pages to key file didres.UpdateTime...
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Adding
Adding
Adding
Adding
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server Software Upgrade Reference
3 16384 byte pages to key file crres.resourceid...
3 16384 byte pages to key file portres.resourceid...
343 16384 byte pages to key file vsres.resourceid...
343 16384 byte pages to key file vsres.UpdateTime...
----------- res preallocation complete Mon Aug
21 19:55:26 PDT 2006
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
reslite initialized
----------- Preallocating status Mon Aug
21 19:55:26 PDT 2006
Reserving 200 alarmentry records (code 10000) ...
the alarmentry file already has 200 record(s)
Reserving 16384 exlogentry records (code 10001) ...
the exlogentry file already has 16384 record(s)
Reserving 1 hwstatus records (code 10002) ...
the hwstatus file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 2047 record(s)
Reserving 1 swstatus records (code 10003) ...
the swstatus file already has 1 record(s)
Reserving 1500 exlogformat records (code 10004) ...
the exlogformat file already has 3374 record(s)
Reserving 20 apps records (code 10005) ...
the apps file already has 21 record(s)
Reserving 10000 outdial records (code 10006) ...
the outdial file already has 10000 record(s)
Reserving 10000 notification records (code 10007) ...
the notification file already has 10000 record(s)
Record 10008 (schedfail): has no preallocation count
Record 10009 (gwstatus): has no preallocation count
Pre-allocating each key file...
----------- status preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating tcnfg Mon Aug
21 19:55:26 PDT 2006
21 19:55:26 PDT 2006
Reserving 100 analogcard records (code 10000) ...
the analogcard file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 431 record(s)
Reserving 1 masterswcard records (code 10001) ...
the masterswcard file already has 108 record(s)
Reserving 100 portrescard records (code 10002) ...
the portrescard file already has 108 record(s)
Reserving 100 t1card records (code 10003) ...
the t1card file already has 108 record(s)
Reserving 10 t1span records (code 10004) ...
the t1span file already has 432 record(s)
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Reserving 1000 trunk records (code 10005) ...
the trunk file already has 10800 record(s)
Reserving 100 trunkgroup records (code 10006) ...
the trunkgroup file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 110 record(s)
Reserving 100 e1card records (code 10007) ...
the e1card file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 163 record(s)
Reserving 10 e1span records (code 10008) ...
the e1span file already has 36 record(s)
Record 10009 (accard): has no preallocation count
Record 10010 (acspan): has no preallocation count
Record 10012 (iprescard): has no preallocation count
Record 10013 (blade): has no preallocation count
Record 10014 (prottable): has no preallocation count
Record 10011 (ipglobalcfg): has no preallocation count
Pre-allocating each key
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
Adding 3 16384 byte
file...
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
key
key
key
key
key
key
key
key
file
file
file
file
file
file
file
file
analogcard.unitid...
masterswcard.unitid...
portrescard.unitid...
t1card.unitid...
t1span.unitid...
trunkgroup.id...
e1card.unitid...
e1span.unitid...
----------- tcnfg preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating userlist Mon Aug
21 19:55:27 PDT 2006
21 19:55:27 PDT 2006
Reserving 100000 userlist records (code 10000) ...
the userlist file already has 2041 16384 byte pages that can hold 100009 record(s)
Reserving 500000 userlistmem records (code 10001) ...
the userlistmem file already has 611 16384 byte pages that can hold 500409 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
file...
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
pages to
key
key
key
key
key
key
key
key
file
file
file
file
file
file
file
file
userlist.uniqueid...
userlist.vuiid...
userlist.name...
userlist.unta...
userlist.UpdateTime...
userlist.oulid...
userlistmem.uluid...
userlistmem.UpdateTime...
----------- userlist preallocation complete Mon Aug
cmdbrev: dbprealloc done
21 19:55:27 PDT 2006
cmdbrev: starting delrecinit
There are supposed to be 1000000 records in the deleted record database
Counting the number of records in the database...
2000
4000
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cmdbrev: ending Mon Aug 21 19:56:08 PDT 2006
Mon Aug 21 19:56:08 PDT 2006 Network setup:
Unit class = SINGLE/LOCAL
Updating error log format strings: Using database path: /lat/db/status
48 new entries and 3375 replacements
Prompt Upgrade>> Opening file </lat/fs.1/prompt_db_vfs_map_dir0> ....
Number Of Language(s) in the prompt map file: 1
Starting English (US)...
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Prompt Upgrade>> EOF (0) reached in /lat/fs.1/prompt_db_vfs_map_dir0 file (promptNum
1551): 0
... Done with English (US)
Starting Update Company Info
Loading to Lang Index=0
The languages installed are:
Language 1
dir0 English (US)
FINISHED: Prompt Database Upgrade is complete!
Statistics: 0 new entries and 319 replacements
Updating time zone names: Using database path: /lat/db/config
Updating option names ... ... Done
Setting prompt file configuration
Working on /lat/fs.1/ ..
The file system directories are already updated
Working on /lat/fs.2/ ..
The file system directories are already updated
Working on /lat/fs.3/ ..
The file system directories are already updated
Adjusting prompt file sizes
Running vfptrfix...
Initializing the file system...
Getting the disk configuration status...
Checking file system internal consistency... (may take a while) ...
Mon Aug 21 19:56:15 PDT 2006 NOTE: Disk backups disabled; run 'save' to re-enable.
Mon Aug 21 6 19:56:15 PDT 2006 Software update is complete.
Viewing the Onsite Upgrade for a Sample Session Without a
Disk Backup
mtgplace:tech$ update
Update is from
1) CD
2) Diskette
3) Remote File
4) Local File
q) (Quit Update)
Enter choice: 1
Please insert the update CD in the drive, then
wait for the drive to be quiet before continuing.
Press <ENTER> to continue or <CONTROL-C> to abort.
CD mounted OK; checking for update sets...
There is just one update set on the CD.
You wish to install: MeetingPlace 5.4
Is this correct? (y or n) y
--------------------------------------------------------------- MeetingPlace software release 5.4
- Archive created: Fri Aug 18 13:51:39 PDT 2006
--------------------------------------------------------------Press <ENTER> to continue or <CONTROL-C> to abort.
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Mon Aug 21 18:50:22 PDT 2006 Starting ./UPDATE.phase1
Mon Aug 21 18:50:22 PDT 2006 Verifying the tape image checksum
Mon Aug 21 18:50:30 PDT 2006 Killing cron
Mon Aug 21 18:50:31 PDT 2006 Copying root file system from partition 1a to 2a
Mon Aug 21 18:51:17 PDT 2006 Starting extraction of files from archive:
Mon Aug 21 18:52:31 PDT 2006 Archive extraction is done.
Mon Aug 21 18:52:31 PDT 2006 Resetting system file ownerships:
Mon Aug 21 18:52:31 PDT 2006 Removing set-uid permissions:
Mon Aug 21 18:52:31 PDT 2006 Updating files and setting permissions:
Mon Aug 21 18:52:35 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/sys/drivers/falcon/falcon_detach with
.//lat/sys/drivers/falcon/falcon_attach
Mon Aug 21 18:52:36 PDT 2006 Replacing .//bin/less with .//lat/etc/less
Mon Aug 21 18:52:36 PDT 2006 Replacing .//bin/login with .//lat/etc/bin.login
Mon Aug 21 18:52:36 PDT 2006 Replacing .//bin/rsh with .//lat/etc/rsh
Mon Aug 21 18:52:36 PDT 2006 Replacing .//etc/motd with .//lat/etc/etc.motd
Mon Aug 21 18:52:36 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/bin/dp with .//lat/etc/rsh
Mon Aug 21 18:52:36 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/bin/updatefile with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:36 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/etc/setup_CSdb with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:36 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/bin/clearshmem with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/configdiskcap with
.//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/diskcopy with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/download with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/mpconvert with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/newdisk with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/revert with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/restore with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/restore_vp_db with
.//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/save with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/sysconfig with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/sysdatacopy with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/su with .//lat/etc/su
Mon Aug 21 18:52:37 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lat/techbin/update with .//lat/etc/runscr
Mon Aug 21 18:52:39 PDT 2006 Replacing .//bin/xntpd with .//lat/etc/xntpd
Mon Aug 21 18:52:39 PDT 2006 Replacing .//net/inetd with .//lat/etc/inetd
Mon Aug 21 18:52:39 PDT 2006 Replacing .//net/telnetd with .//lat/etc/telnetd
Mon Aug 21 18:52:39 PDT 2006 Replacing .//lynx.os with .//lat/etc/lynx.os
Mon Aug 21 18:52:40 PDT 2006 Updating time zone files:
Mon Aug 21 18:52:41 PDT 2006 Installing the new OS files
Mon Aug 21 18:52:43 PDT 2006 Constructing a new prompt set on partition 2f
Mon Aug 21 18:52:53 PDT 2006 Constructed new alternate prompt set
Mon Aug 21 18:52:53 PDT 2006 Copying in the new prompt set
Mon Aug 21 18:53:44 PDT 2006 Prompt setup complete
Mon Aug 21 18:53:44 PDT 2006 Copying the active database into a fresh partition
Mon Aug 21 18:53:44 PDT 2006 Constructing a new database on partition 2c
Mon Aug 21 18:59:02 PDT 2006 New database construction is complete
Mon Aug 21 18:59:03 PDT 2006 Preparing the boot from the new software load
The first phase of the software upgrade is complete.
The system will now restart. As it comes up it will start the 2nd phase
**** LynxOS is down ****
LynxOS 386/486/Pentium PC-AT Version 3.1.0
Copyright 1987-1998 Lynx Real-Time Systems Inc.
All rights reserved.
LynxOS (x86) created Tue Sep 30 15:05:41 PDT 2003
Rebooting into multi-user mode in 5 seconds...
12345
**** LynxOS is down ****
LynxOS 386/486/Pentium PC-AT Version 3.1.0
Copyright 1987-1998 Lynx Real-Time Systems Inc.
All rights reserved.
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MeetingPlace by Cisco Systems
Mon Aug 21 19:01:07 PDT 2006
Startup flags = a
(all sizes and block numbers in decimal)
(block size is 16384)
(file system is byte-swapped)
(file system creation time is Mon Aug 21 18:50:30 2006)
(file system contains 31999 blocks and 7936 inodes)
checking used files
checking for orphaned files
making bit map free block list
making free inode list
14624 free blocks 6080 free inodes
Filesystem Ok
SCSI adapter is NCR 8xx.
Copying /tmp FS from partition 2b to 1b
/tmp moved to /dev/disk1b
Unit class is standalone conference server (SINGLE).
Bus architecture is CompactPCI (M3).
Ethernet device is "pro0".
Initializing the modem on COM2.../lat/bin/initmodem ...
/lat/bin/initmodem: type is `MultiTech MT5634Z'
/lat/bin/initmodem: modem initialized
Installing Cisco drivers...
devinstall: acti.dat: Device doesn't exist
done.
Executing the 2nd stage of software upgrade.
Mon Aug 21 19:01:44 PDT 2006 Phase 2 starting
Revising database from 5.3.0 to 5.4
cmdbrev: begun Mon Aug 21 19:01:44 PDT 2006
DB Config file is m3.con
Unpacking the archive:
Mon Aug 21 19:01:44 PDT 2006
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/initdb -y 5.4.0/config
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
5.4.0/config initialized
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/initdb done
Beginning dbrev at Mon Aug 21 19:01:44 PDT 2006
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/dbrev -s 5.4.0/config.rdl -q -v /lat/db/config 5.4.0/config
line 22: field CSSYSTEMCONFIG.MAXMEETINGIDLENGT not contained in destination database
dbrev compilation complete
Processing file /lat/db/billinginfo containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/companyinfo containing 1 records
Current slot 1 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/filestats containing 0 records
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Processing file /lat/db/hwconfig containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/hwstats containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/option containing 22 records
Current slot 22 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/outdialtrans containing 16 records
Current slot 16 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/netmgtinfo containing 1 records
Current slot 1 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/netmgtcomm containing 3 records
Current slot 3 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/unit containing 128 records
Current slot 128 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/site containing 8 records
Current slot 8 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/promptstats containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/scsi containing 128 records
Current slot 128 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/swconfig containing 1 records
Current slot 1 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/swstats containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/systemconfig containing 1 records
Current slot 1 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/timezone containing 319 records
Current slot 319 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/mtgcategory containing 1 records
Current slot 1 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/remoteserver containing 0 records
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Processing file /lat/db/didcnfgconfig containing 16 records
Current slot 16 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/schedparamsconfig containing 1 records
Current slot 1 (0 seconds)
dbrev completed, successful restructure
Database Restructure Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/dbrev done
Copying 5.4.0/billinginfo:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/companyinfo:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/filestats:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/hwconfig:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/hwstats:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/option:
4096 4096
Copying 5.4.0/outdialtrans:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/netmgtinfo:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/netmgtcomm:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/unit:
65536 65536
Copying 5.4.0/site:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/promptstats:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/scsi:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/swconfig:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/swstats:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/systemconfig:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/timezone:
65536 65536
Copying 5.4.0/mtgcategory:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/remoteserver:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/didcnfgconfig:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/schedparamsconfig:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/filestats.recnum:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/netmgtcomm.name:
32768 32768
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Copying 5.4.0/outdialtrans.recnum:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/option.name:
2048 2048
Copying 5.4.0/timezone.id:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/timezone.timezonekey:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/unit.unitnum:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/site.sitenum:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/scsi.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/mtgcategory.uniqueid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/mtgcategory.name:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/mtgcategory.mtgcatkey:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/remoteserver.uniqueid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/remoteserver.name:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/remoteserver.vuiid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/remoteserver.ether:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/didcnfgconfig.unitnum:
32768 32768
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/initdb -y 5.4.0/config
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
5.4.0/config initialized
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/initdb done
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/initdb -y 5.4.0/res
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
5.4.0/res initialized
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/initdb done
Beginning dbrev at Mon Aug 21 19:01:47 PDT 2006
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/dbrev -q -v /lat/db/res 5.4.0/res
dbrev compilation complete
Processing file /lat/db/crres containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/portres containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
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Processing file /lat/db/didres containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/didconfigres containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/schedparamsres containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/crresfstaccess containing 13 records
Current slot 13 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/portresfstaccess containing 13 records
Current slot 13 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/vsresfstaccess containing 15 records
Current slot 15 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/vsres containing 0 records
Current slot 0 (0 seconds)
dbrev completed, successful restructure
Database Restructure Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/dbrev done
Copying 5.4.0/crres:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/portres:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/didres:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/didconfigres:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/schedparamsres:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/crresfstaccess:
258048 258048
Copying 5.4.0/portresfstaccess:
258048 258048
Copying 5.4.0/vsresfstaccess:
65536 65536
Copying 5.4.0/vsres:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/didconfigres.unitnum:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/didres.strtdid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/didres.UpdateTime:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/crres.resourceid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/portres.resourceid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/vsres.resourceid:
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32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/vsres.UpdateTime:
32768 32768
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/initdb -y 5.4.0/res
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
5.4.0/res initialized
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/initdb done
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/initdb -y 5.4.0/tcnfg
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
5.4.0/tcnfg initialized
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/initdb done
Beginning dbrev at Mon Aug 21 19:01:48 PDT 2006
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/dbrev -q -v /lat/db/tcnfg 5.4.0/tcnfg
dbrev compilation complete
Processing file /lat/db/analogcard containing 45 records
Current slot 45 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/masterswcard containing 108 records
Current slot 108 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/portrescard containing 108 records
Current slot 108 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/t1card containing 108 records
Current slot 108 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/t1span containing 432 records
Current slot 432 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/trunk containing 10800 records
Current slot 1000 (0 seconds) Current slot 2000 (0 seconds) Current slot 3000 (1 seconds)
Current slot 4000 (1 seconds) Current slot 5000 (1 seconds) Current slot 6000 (1 seconds)
Current slot 7000 (1 seconds) Current slot 8000 (1 seconds) Current slot 9000 (2 seconds)
Current slot 10000 (2 seconds) Current slot 10800 (2 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/trunkgroup containing 32 records
Current slot 32 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/e1card containing 18 records
Current slot 18 (0 seconds)
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Current slot 36 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/accard containing 27 records
Current slot 27 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/acspan containing 432 records
Current slot 432 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/iprescard containing 108 records
Current slot 108 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/blade containing 12 records
Current slot 12 (0 seconds)
Processing file /lat/db/prottable containing 100 records
Current slot 100 (0 seconds)
dbrev completed, successful restructure
Database Restructure Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/dbrev done
Copying 5.4.0/analogcard:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/masterswcard:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/portrescard:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/t1card:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/t1span:
49152 49152
Copying 5.4.0/trunk:
1048576 1851392
Copying 5.4.0/trunkgroup:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/e1card:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/e1span:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/accard:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/acspan:
65536 65536
Copying 5.4.0/iprescard:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/blade:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/prottable:
65536 65536
Copying 5.4.0/ipglobalcfg:
16384 16384
Copying 5.4.0/analogcard.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/masterswcard.unitid:
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32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/portrescard.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/t1card.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/t1span.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/trunk.unitid:
327680 327680
Copying 5.4.0/trunkgroup.id:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/e1card.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/e1span.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/accard.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/acspan.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/iprescard.unitid:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/blade.bladekey:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/blade.slot:
32768 32768
Copying 5.4.0/prottable.num:
32768 32768
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/initdb -y 5.4.0/tcnfg
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
5.4.0/tcnfg initialized
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/initdb done
cmdbrev: starting /lat/bin/dbconfig -b /lat/db -f /lat/db/m3.con
cmdbrev: /lat/bin/dbconfig done
Mon Aug 21 19:01:54 PDT 2006
cmdbrev: starting 5.3.0/update -f 5.3.0 -t 5.4.0
update: starting updategen -f 5.3.0 -t 5.4.0
updategen: begun Mon Aug 21 19:01:54 PDT 2006
validating FINDME preferences
checked 4 users
skipped group check
update: updategen done
update: starting updateoptions -f 5.3.0 -t 5.4.0
Updating option names ... ... Done
update: updateoptions done
update: starting upgradetcnfg -f 5.3.0 -t 5.4.0
Converting tcnfg database from 5.3.0 to 5.4
Fixing AC card records+++..+++..+++..+++..+++..+++..+++..+++..+++..!
Creating IP Global Configuration record.!
Fixing trunk
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Fixing group records++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++!
update: upgradetcnfg done
cmdbrev: 5.4/update done
cmdbrev: starting dbprealloc -b /lat/db
----------- Preallocating conf_att Mon Aug
21 19:01:58 PDT 2006
Reserving 200000 confatt records (code 10000) ...
the confatt file already has 7143 16384 byte pages that can hold 200004 record(s)
Reserving 1000 rsconfpart records (code 10001) ...
the rsconfpart file already has 8 16384 byte pages that can hold 1008 record(s)
Reserving 200000 conf records (code 10003) ...
the conf file already has 11112 16384 byte pages that can hold 200016 record(s)
Reserving 1000000 confpart records (code 10005) ...
the confpart file already has 8696 16384 byte pages that can hold 1000040 record(s)
Reserving 1000000 conftime records (code 10004) ...
the conftime file already has 5026 16384 byte pages that can hold 1000174 record(s)
Record 10002 (tmp4): has no preallocation count
Reserving 200000 partnotrec records (code 10006) ...
the partnotrec file already has 5406 16384 byte pages that can hold 200022 record(s)
Reserving 200000 confcatrec records (code 10007) ...
the confcatrec file already has 294 16384 byte pages that can hold 200508 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key
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conf.lmcn...
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confpart.confpart...
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conftime.confpart...
conftime.UpdateTime...
partnotrec.confpart...
partnotrec.UpdateTime...
confcatrec.cstuid...
confcatrec.uidc...
confcatrec.ConfNum...
confcatrec.UpdateTime...
----------- conf_att preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating config Mon Aug
21 19:01:59 PDT 2006
21 19:01:59 PDT 2006
Reserving 1 billinginfo records (code 10000) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
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Reserving 1 companyinfo records (code 10001) ...
the companyinfo file already has 1 record(s)
Reserving 1 filestats records (code 10002) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 1 hwconfig records (code 10003) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 1 hwstats records (code 10004) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 26 option records (code 10005) ...
Adding 1 1024 byte page(s) to get 2 record(s) ...
Reserving 64 outdialtrans records (code 10006) ...
the outdialtrans file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 122 record(s)
Reserving 1 netmgtinfo records (code 10013) ...
the netmgtinfo file already has 1 record(s)
Reserving 10 netmgtcomm records (code 10014) ...
the netmgtcomm file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 105 record(s)
Reserving 32 unit records (code 10015) ...
the unit file already has 128 record(s)
Reserving 8 site records (code 10017) ...
the site file already has 8 record(s)
Reserving 1 promptstats records (code 10007) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 10 scsi records (code 10008) ...
the scsi file already has 128 record(s)
Reserving 1 swconfig records (code 10009) ...
the swconfig file already has 1 record(s)
Reserving 1 swstats records (code 10010) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 1 systemconfig records (code 10011) ...
the systemconfig file already has 1 record(s)
Reserving 1 timezone records (code 10012) ...
the timezone file already has 319 record(s)
Reserving 10000 mtgcategory records (code 10016) ...
Adding 105 16384 byte page(s) to get 9905 record(s) ...
Reserving 1000 remoteserver records (code 10018) ...
Adding 24 16384 byte page(s) to get 1000 record(s) ...
Record 10019 (didcnfgconfig): has no preallocation count
Record 10020 (schedparamsconfig): has no preallocation count
Pre-allocating each key file...
Adding 3 16384 byte pages to key file filestats.recnum...
Adding 3 16384 byte pages to key file netmgtcomm.name...
Adding 3 16384 byte pages to key file outdialtrans.recnum...
Adding 3 1024 byte pages to key file option.name...
Adding 3 16384 byte pages to key file timezone.id...
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3 16384 byte pages to key file unit.unitnum...
3 16384 byte pages to key file site.sitenum...
3 16384 byte pages to key file scsi.unitid...
17 16384 byte pages to key file mtgcategory.uniqueid...
37 16384 byte pages to key file mtgcategory.name...
47 16384 byte pages to key file mtgcategory.mtgcatkey...
3 16384 byte pages to key file remoteserver.uniqueid...
3 16384 byte pages to key file remoteserver.name...
3 16384 byte pages to key file remoteserver.vuiid...
3 16384 byte pages to key file remoteserver.ether...
----------- config preallocation complete Mon Aug
21 19:02:00 PDT 2006
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
conflite initialized
----------- Preallocating db Mon Aug
21 19:02:00 PDT 2006
Reserving 100 db records (code 10000) ...
the db file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 143 record(s)
Reserving 200 dbclass records (code 10001) ...
Adding 2 16384 byte page(s) to get 127 record(s) ...
Reserving 200 dbmember records (code 10002) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 200 record(s) ...
Pre-allocating each key
Adding 3 16384 byte
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db.name...
dbclass.dbnamerecid...
dbclass.csdbnameskey...
dbclass.dbname...
dbclass.classname...
dbmember.fieldid...
----------- db preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating deletedrec Mon Aug
21 19:02:00 PDT 2006
21 19:02:00 PDT 2006
Reserving 1000000 deletedrec records (code 10000) ...
the deletedrec file already has 1000000 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key file...
Adding 2 16384 byte pages to key file deletedrec.Sequence...
----------- deletedrec preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating flexmenu Mon Aug
21 19:02:01 PDT 2006
21 19:02:01 PDT 2006
Record 10000 (FMAppRec): has no preallocation count
Record 10001 (FMStateTable): has no preallocation count
Record 10002 (CustAppPrompt): has no preallocation count
Record 10003 (FMPlayPrompt): has no preallocation count
Record 10004 (FMGotoApp): has no preallocation count
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Record 10005 (FMOptionMenu): has no preallocation count
Record 10006 (FMHangUp): has no preallocation count
Record 10007 (FMFindMtg): has no preallocation count
Record 10008 (FMReviewMtgMat): has no preallocation count
Record 10009 (FMGetProfile): has no preallocation count
Pre-allocating each key file...
----------- flexmenu preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating gen Mon Aug
21 19:02:02 PDT 2006
21 19:02:02 PDT 2006
Reserving 250000 user records (code 10002) ...
the user file already has 19231 16384 byte pages that can hold 250003 record(s)
Reserving 100 group records (code 10000) ...
the group file already has 3 16384 byte pages that can hold 117 record(s)
Record 10003 (gentmp1): has no preallocation count
Record 10005 (gentmp2): has no preallocation count
Record 10004 (gentmp3): has no preallocation count
Reserving 6 flexfield records (code 10001) ...
the flexfield file already has 14 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key
Adding 2 16384 byte
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file...
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user.last...
user.name...
user.uniqueid...
user.username...
user.cuid...
user.cnlf...
user.lfn...
user.in...
user.vuname...
user.glfn...
user.UpdateTime...
----------- gen preallocation complete Mon Aug
21 19:02:02 PDT 2006
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
genlite initialized
----------- Preallocating pegs Mon Aug
21 19:02:02 PDT 2006
Reserving 1 pegs records (code 10000) ...
the pegs file already has 1536 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key file...
----------- pegs preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating podata Mon Aug
21 19:02:02 PDT 2006
21 19:02:02 PDT 2006
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Reserving 1 pomailbox records (code 10000) ...
the pomailbox file already has 32 record(s)
Reserving 20000 pomsgdata records (code 10001) ...
Pre-allocating each key file...
Adding 2 16384 byte pages to key file pomsgdata.compundkey...
----------- podata preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating res Mon Aug
21 19:02:02 PDT 2006
21 19:02:02 PDT 2006
Reserving 1 crres records (code 10004) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 1 portres records (code 10005) ...
Adding 1 16384 byte page(s) to get 1 record(s) ...
Reserving 200000 didres records (code 10001) ...
Adding 513 16384 byte page(s) to get 200000 record(s) ...
Record 10000 (didconfigres): has no preallocation count
Record 10003 (schedparamsres): has no preallocation count
Reserving 13 crresfstaccess records (code 10006) ...
the crresfstaccess file already has 13 record(s)
Reserving 13 portresfstaccess records (code 10007) ...
the portresfstaccess file already has 13 record(s)
Reserving 13 vsresfstaccess records (code 10008) ...
the vsresfstaccess file already has 15 record(s)
Reserving 200000 vsres records (code 10002) ...
Adding 465 16384 byte page(s) to get 200000 record(s) ...
Pre-allocating each key file...
Adding 635 16384 byte pages to key file didres.strtdid...
Adding 343 16384 byte pages to key file didres.UpdateTime...
Adding 3 16384 byte pages to key file crres.resourceid...
Adding 3 16384 byte pages to key file portres.resourceid...
Adding 343 16384 byte pages to key file vsres.resourceid...
Adding 343 16384 byte pages to key file vsres.UpdateTime...
----------- res preallocation complete Mon Aug
21 19:02:07 PDT 2006
Database Initialization Utility
Centura RDM 5.0.0 [24-Apr-2000] http://www.centurasoft.com/rdm
Copyright (c) 1992-2000 Centura Software Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
reslite initialized
----------- Preallocating status Mon Aug
21 19:02:07 PDT 2006
Reserving 200 alarmentry records (code 10000) ...
the alarmentry file already has 200 record(s)
Reserving 16384 exlogentry records (code 10001) ...
the exlogentry file already has 16384 record(s)
Reserving 1 hwstatus records (code 10002) ...
the hwstatus file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 2047 record(s)
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Reserving 1 swstatus records (code 10003) ...
the swstatus file already has 1 record(s)
Reserving 1500 exlogformat records (code 10004) ...
the exlogformat file already has 3374 record(s)
Reserving 20 apps records (code 10005) ...
the apps file already has 21 record(s)
Reserving 10000 outdial records (code 10006) ...
the outdial file already has 10000 record(s)
Reserving 10000 notification records (code 10007) ...
the notification file already has 10000 record(s)
Record 10008 (schedfail): has no preallocation count
Record 10009 (gwstatus): has no preallocation count
Pre-allocating each key file...
----------- status preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating tcnfg Mon Aug
21 19:02:08 PDT 2006
21 19:02:08 PDT 2006
Reserving 100 analogcard records (code 10000) ...
the analogcard file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 431 record(s)
Reserving 1 masterswcard records (code 10001) ...
the masterswcard file already has 108 record(s)
Reserving 100 portrescard records (code 10002) ...
the portrescard file already has 108 record(s)
Reserving 100 t1card records (code 10003) ...
the t1card file already has 108 record(s)
Reserving 10 t1span records (code 10004) ...
the t1span file already has 432 record(s)
Reserving 1000 trunk records (code 10005) ...
the trunk file already has 10800 record(s)
Reserving 100 trunkgroup records (code 10006) ...
the trunkgroup file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 110 record(s)
Reserving 100 e1card records (code 10007) ...
the e1card file already has 1 16384 byte pages that can hold 163 record(s)
Reserving 10 e1span records (code 10008) ...
the e1span file already has 36 record(s)
Record 10009 (accard): has no preallocation count
Record 10010 (acspan): has no preallocation count
Record 10012 (iprescard): has no preallocation count
Record 10013 (blade): has no preallocation count
Record 10014 (prottable): has no preallocation count
Record 10011 (ipglobalcfg): has no preallocation count
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Adding 3 16384 byte
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analogcard.unitid...
masterswcard.unitid...
portrescard.unitid...
t1card.unitid...
t1span.unitid...
trunkgroup.id...
e1card.unitid...
e1span.unitid...
----------- tcnfg preallocation complete Mon Aug
----------- Preallocating userlist Mon Aug
21 19:02:08 PDT 2006
21 19:02:08 PDT 2006
Reserving 100000 userlist records (code 10000) ...
the userlist file already has 2041 16384 byte pages that can hold 100009 record(s)
Reserving 500000 userlistmem records (code 10001) ...
the userlistmem file already has 611 16384 byte pages that can hold 500409 record(s)
Pre-allocating each key
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
Adding 2 16384 byte
file...
pages to
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pages to
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key
key
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key
key
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file
file
file
file
file
file
file
file
userlist.uniqueid...
userlist.vuiid...
userlist.name...
userlist.unta...
userlist.UpdateTime...
userlist.oulid...
userlistmem.uluid...
userlistmem.UpdateTime...
----------- userlist preallocation complete Mon Aug
cmdbrev: dbprealloc done
21 19:02:08 PDT 2006
cmdbrev: starting delrecinit
There are supposed to be 1,000,000 records in the deleted record database
Counting the number of records in the database...
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388000
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392000
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558000
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712000
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720000
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726000
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826000
828000
830000
832000
834000
836000
838000
840000
842000
844000
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848000
850000
852000
854000
856000
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870000
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cmdbrev: delrecinit done
cmdbrev: ending Mon Aug 21 19:02:50 PDT 2006
Mon Aug 21 19:02:50 PDT 2006 Network setup:
Unit class = SINGLE/LOCAL
Updating error log format strings: Using database path: /lat/db/status
48 new entries and 3375 replacements
Prompt Upgrade>> Opening file </lat/fs.1/prompt_db_vfs_map_dir0> ....
Number Of Language(s) in the prompt map file: 1
Starting English (US)...
Prompt Upgrade>> EOF (0) reached in /lat/fs.1/prompt_db_vfs_map_dir0 file (promptNum
1551): 0
... Done with English (US)
Starting Update Company Info
Loading to Lang Index=0
The languages installed are:
Language 1
dir0 English (US)
FINISHED: Prompt Database Upgrade is complete!
Statistics: 0 new entries and 319 replacements
Updating time zone names: Using database path: /lat/db/config
Updating option names ... ... Done
Setting prompt file configuration
Working on /lat/fs.1/ ..
The file system directories are already updated
Working on /lat/fs.2/ ..
The file system directories are already updated
Working on /lat/fs.3/ ..
The file system directories are already updated
Adjusting prompt file sizes
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Running vfptrfix...
Initializing the file system...
Getting the disk configuration status...
Checking file system internal consistency... (may take a while) ...
Number of records in the prompt files has been updated, ret = a0084
Mon Aug 21 19:02:57 PDT 2006 NOTE: Disk backups disabled; run 'save' to re-enable.
Mon Aug 21 19:02:57 PDT 2006 Software update is complete.
Update is complete. Restarting...
**** LynxOS is down ****
LynxOS 386/486/Pentium PC-AT Version 3.1.0
Copyright 1987-1998 Lynx Real-Time Systems Inc.
All rights reserved.
LynxOS (x86) created Fri Aug 18 15:05:41 PDT 2006
MeetingPlace by Cisco Systems
Mon Aug 21 19:03:53 PDT 2006
Startup flags = a
(all sizes and block numbers in decimal)
(block size is 16384)
(file system is byte-swapped)
(file system creation time is Mon Aug 21 18:50:30 2006)
(file system contains 31999 blocks and 7936 inodes)
checking used files
checking for orphaned files
making bit map free block list
making free inode list
14586 free blocks 5963 free inodes
Filesystem Ok
SCSI adapter is NCR 8xx.
Unit class is standalone conference server (SINGLE).
Bus architecture is CompactPCI (M3).
Ethernet device is "pro0".
Initializing the modem on COM2.../lat/bin/initmodem ...
/lat/bin/initmodem: type is `MultiTech MT5634Z'
/lat/bin/initmodem: modem initialized
Installing Latitude drivers...
devinstall: acti.dat: Device doesn't exist
done.
Checking for out of date database files
Ready to load the MeetingPlace application software modules.
Hit ^C now to interrupt system activation...54321...activating
Loading the System Integrity Manager...OK
WARNING: Mount table does not match saved configuration
Automated disk backup disabled; run "save" to reenable
Loading the Command Shell...OK
Loading the Network Management Server...OK
Loading the Database Server...OK
Loading the Post Office Server...OK
Loading the Call Processing Module...OK
Loading the Conference Scheduler...OK
Loading the Workstation Server...OK
Loading the Voice User Interface ...OK
Loading the Gateway SIM Manager...OK
Release 5.4, Aug 21, 2006
user name: The MeetingPlace software is UP
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modem, connecting
A
activity command
2-36
power, connecting to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8100 series 2-11
5-4
alarms, power supply unit fan
SCSI, connecting to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8112 2-11
6-1
Australia
E1 digital trunk requirements
LAN cable requirements
T1 CAS, connecting for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
8112 2-13
1-10
1-13
T1 digital trunk requirements
T1 CAS telephony, shipped
1-7
2-2
T1 digital trunk requirements
T1 PRI telephony, shipped
1-6
2-2
B
telephony, connecting for E1/IP or T1 PRI/IP
system 2-32
breakout boxes
telephony, connecting for T1 CAS/IP system
mounting for T1PRI or E1 system
using two at one time
2-35
Canada
2-7
LAN cable requirements
2-7
modem requirements
power requirements
1-13
1-11
1-6
C
T1 digital trunk requirements
cables
wiring requirements for customer-supplied RJ-48
connectors 1-9
crossover for RJ-48 connectors, requirement
custom, requirements for E1 and T1 PRI
DB9 serial, requirement
1-4
1-10
1-4
2-19
with one MP-MA-4-PRI
with two MP-MA-16-PRIs
with two MP-MA-4-PRIs
2-11
1-5
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
environmental requirements
2-23
1-4
mounting in 19-inch EIA equipment rack
2-26
mounting in 19-inch frame-relay rack
2-24
2-5
2-3
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
2-2
connecting SCSI cable
2-2
IP telephony, connecting
2-11
2-3
power requirements
with one MP-MA-16-PRI and one
MP-MA-4-PRI 2-25
IP LAN, shipped
connecting LAN cable
mounting, about
with one MP-MA-16-PRI
E1 telephony, shipped
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series
connecting power cable
E1 or T1 PRI, connecting
1-7
2-11
connecting T1 CAS telephony cables
2-28
2-13
LAN, connecting to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100
series 2-11
environmental requirements
LAN requirements
mounting in 19- or 23-inch frame-relay rack
1-13
1-5
mounting in 19- or 23-inch EIA equipment rack
2-6
2-4
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commands
activity
T1 CAS telephony cables for Cisco Unified
MeetingPlace 8112 2-13
5-4
configdiskcap
down
telephony cables for T1 CAS/IP system
4-2
hwconfig
net
telephony cables for E1/IP or T1 PRI/IP system
6-3
contents of shipped boxes
6-2
ping
4-2
restart enable
4-3
update
4-2
update trace
DB9 serial cable, requirement
1-4
dial-up networking, setting up
3-4
disk capacity, monitoring
4-3
down command
4-3
COM port, laptop parameters
6-3
4-2
3-2
conferencing
E
testing in nonrecorded meetings with ad hoc
recording 5-6
testing in recorded meetings
configdiskcap command
E1
5-6
about telephony configurations for
6-3
with one MP-MA-16-PRI
HyperTerminal
3-3
2-19
with one MP-MA-16-PRI and one
MP-MA-4-PRI 2-25
3-2
with one MP-MA-4-PRI
connecting
with one MP-MA-16-PRI
2-23
with two MP-MA-16-PRIs
E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables
with two MP-MA-4-PRIs
2-19
2-26
2-24
with one MP-MA-16-PRI and one
MP-MA-4-PRI 2-25
mixed with IP configuration, about
with one MP-MA-4-PRI
testing
with two MP-MA-16-PRIs
with two MP-MA-4-PRIs
IP telephony cables
2-15
connecting telephony cables
configuring
mounting breakout box
2-23
2-26
2-24
2-7
inbound calls by using dialing sequence
2-28
laptop to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
2-30
inbound calls by using circular hunting
outbound calls
LAN cable to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100
series 2-11
modem
1-10
D
5-3
update status
laptop
1-4
7-2
restart disable
spanstat
2-1
custom cables, requirements for E1 and T1 PRI
5-7, 7-1
restart
2-35
crossover cable for RJ-48 connectors, requirement
7-1
2-32
5-4
5-4
with IP, connecting cables
2-32
E1 digital trunks
3-1
connection requirements
2-36
requirements
power cable to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100
series 2-11
SCSI cable to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
5-3
1-10
supported protocols
2-11
1-10
1-10
enabling server disk capacity monitoring
6-3
environmental requirements
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1-4
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
1-5
J
Japan
European Union
E1 digital trunk requirements
modem requirements
power requirements
LAN cable requirements
1-10
modem requirements
1-12
power requirements
1-6
1-13
1-12
1-6
T1 digital trunk requirements
1-7
F
L
FCC registration
1-7
filter, replacing in power supply unit fan
LAN
6-1
cable requirements
port requirements
H
1-13
1-12
laptop
hardware requirements
configuring
1-3
connecting to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace
Hong Kong
LAN cable requirements
modem requirements
power requirements
logging HyperTerminal session
1-13
1-6
3-3
M
1-7
wiring requirements for customer-supplied RJ-48
connectors 1-9
hwconfig command
3-1
1-11
T1 digital trunk requirements
6-2
maintenance
enabling server disk capacity monitoring
replacing filter in power supply unit fan
HyperTerminal
6-3
6-1
mixed systems, about telephony configurations for
logging session
setting up
3-2
3-3
modem
3-3
installing and connecting
requirements
2-36
1-11
testing connection
I
3-4
monitoring, enabling server disk capacity
India, wiring requirements for customer-supplied RJ-45
connectors 1-9
installation, about testing
installing modem
2-30
5-2
mounting
breakout box for T1PRI or E1 system
2-7
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100 series, about
2-36
2-3
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in 19-inch EIA
equipment rack 2-5
IP
LAN cable requirements
6-3
1-13
systems, about configurations for
telephony cables, connecting
2-28
2-27
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in 19-inch
frame-relay rack 2-3
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in 19- or 23-inch
EIA equipment rack 2-6
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in 19- or 23-inch
frame-relay rack 2-4
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Multi Access Blades
configurations for E1 and T1 PRI systems, about
2-15
connecting E1 or T1 PRI telephony cables
with one MP-MA-16-PRI
2-19
with two MP-MA-16-PRIs
with two MP-MA-4-PRIs
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in 19- or
23-inch frame-relay 2-4
types supported
with one MP-MA-16-PRI and one
MP-MA-4-PRI 2-25
with one MP-MA-4-PRI
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112 in 19- or
23-inch EIA equipment 2-6
2-3
recordings
testing conferencing in meetings
2-23
2-26
2-24
5-6
testing conferencing in nonrecorded meetings with ad
hoc recording 5-6
remote upgrade
session, viewing real-time status for (reference)
session, viewing status for (reference)
N
net command
A-3
viewing for a sample session without disk backup
(reference) A-1
7-1
network latency, testing
A-3
replacing filter in power supply unit fan
5-7
6-1
requirements
cable, LAN
O
onsite upgrade, viewing for sample session without disk
backup (reference) A-16
P
digital connection for E1
1-10
digital connection for T1
1-8
E1 digital trunks
5-7, 7-1
ports, LAN requirements
1-4
environmental, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8112
1-5
1-3
LAN, for ports
1-12
powering up Audio Server system
modem
5-1
power requirements for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100
series 1-5
power supply unit, replacing fan filter
6-1
protocols
1-10
environmental, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106
hardware
ping command
1-13
1-12
1-11
power for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8100
series 1-5
T1 digital trunk
TCP/UDP
1-6
1-12
tools for installation
supported for E1 digital trunks
supported for T1digital trunks
1-10
1-7
1-4
wiring, for customer-supplied RJ-45 connectors (U.K.,
Singapore, India) 1-9
wiring, for customer-supplied RJ-48 connectors (U.S.,
Canada, Hong Kong) 1-9
R
restart command
racks
mounting
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in 19-inch EIA
equipment 2-5
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace 8106 in 19-inch
frame-relay 2-3
7-2
restart disable command
4-2
restart enable command
4-3
RJ-45 connectors, wiring requirements (U.K., Singapore,
India) 1-9
RJ-48 connectors, wiring requirements (U.S., Canada,
Hong Kong) 1-9
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mounting breakout box
S
2-7
testing
safety warnings
1-2
scheduling, testing
inbound calls by using circular hunting
5-5
inbound calls by using dialing sequence
setting up
outbound calls
dial-up networking
HyperTerminal
3-4
TCP port requirements
Singapore, wiring requirements for customer-supplied
RJ-45 connectors 1-9
software, upgrading Audio Server
spanstat command
1-12
for E1 and T1PRI systems, about
4-1
for IP systems, about
troubleshooting
2-15
2-27
for mixed systems, about
5-1
system
2-32
telephony configurations
5-3
starting Audio Server system
2-30
7-2
telnet to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system
powering up Audio Server
5-1
terminal emulation software, configuring
troubleshooting connection to Audio Server
7-1
5-4
5-4
with IP, connecting cables
3-3
5-3
3-3
3-2
testing
conferencing in nonrecorded meetings with ad hoc
recording 5-6
T
conferencing in recorded meetings
inbound calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, E1 telephony by
using circular hunting 5-3, 5-4
T1 CAS
mixed with IP configuration, about
2-30
installation or upgrade, about
testing
inbound calls by using circular hunting
inbound calls by using dialing sequence
outbound calls
modem connection
5-3
network latency
5-4
5-2
3-4
5-7
outbound calls for T1 CAS, T1 PRI, E1 telephony
5-4
with IP, connecting cables
scheduling
2-35
connection requirements
Web Conferencing
1-8
supported protocols
tools required for installation
1-7
7-2
5-6
threshold values, monitoring disk capacity
1-6
5-4
5-5
troubleshooting telephony configuration
T1 digital trunks
requirements
5-6
6-3
1-4
troubleshooting
T1 PRI
about telephony configurations for
connection to Audio Server system
2-15
telephony configuration
connecting telephony cables
with one MP-MA-16-PRI
7-1
7-2
2-19
with one MP-MA-16-PRI and one
MP-MA-4-PRI 2-25
U
with one MP-MA-4-PRI
U.K., wiring requirements for customer-supplied RJ-45
connectors 1-9
with two MP-MA-16-PRIs
with two MP-MA-4-PRIs
2-23
2-26
U.S.
2-24
mixed with IP configuration, about
2-30
LAN cable requirements
1-13
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modem requirements
power requirements
1-11
1-6
T1 digital trunk requirements
1-7
wiring requirements for customer-supplied RJ-48
connectors 1-9
UDP port requirements
update command
1-12
4-2
update status command
update trace command
4-3
4-3
upgrade
onsite, viewing for sample session without disk
backup (reference) A-16
remote, viewing for a sample session without disk
backup (reference) A-1
session, viewing real-time status for remote
(reference) A-3
status, viewing for a remote upgrade session
(reference) A-3
testing, about
5-2
upgrading Audio Server software
4-1
V
viewing
onsite upgrade for sample session without disk backup
(reference) A-16
real-time status for remote upgrade session
(reference) A-3
remote upgrade for sample session without disk
backup (reference) A-1
upgrade status for remote upgrade session
(reference) A-3
W
warnings, safety
1-2
Web Conferencing, testing
5-6
wiring requirements
for customer-supplied RJ-45 connectors (U.K.,
Singapore, India) 1-9
for customer-supplied RJ-48 connectors (U.S.,
Canada, Hong Kong) 1-9
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