The Cisco WebEx
Meetings Server Guides provides detailed procedures planning, deploying, and managing
These include installation and networking checklists, to
enable you to gather information and make decisions prior to the actual deployment.
In addition, we cover
post-deployment, system-altering procedures, such as:
Adding a high
system to a larger system size
upgrading your system to the latest version
The Cisco WebEx
Meetings Server Administration Guide describes how to use the features
available to you on the Administration site and includes the following
dashboard displays your system monitor and includes links to your alarm
History page, system pages, and settings pages. See
About Your Dashboard for more information.
management—Add, import, activate, and deactivate users, configure tracking
codes, and email the users on your system with these features. See
Managing Users for more information.
system properties, site and administration site URLs, servers, SNMP settings,
and licenses with these features. See
Configuring Your System for more information.
your settings including company information, branding features, meeting
settings, audio, video, mobility, quality of service, passwords, email
settings, downloads, and security settings with these features. See
Configuring Settings for more information.
management—Configure and view your monthly reports. See
Managing Reports for more information.
Support access and
information—Open and view support cases, configure debugging features, and
conduct system resource and meeting tests using these features. See
Using the Support Features for more information.
Terms used when describing this
Data Center—The physical hardware that includes at least one device
that contains an instance of a system.
High Availability—A redundant system that exists locally in parallel
with the primary system. If the primary system fails, the High Availability
system replaces the failed functionality and an alert is sent. The failover is
transparent to users.