Cisco IPICS Server Quick Start Guide, Release 2.1(1)
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Index

Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - F - I - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V -

Index

A

accessing online help in Administration Console 2-4

Administration Console

described 1-7

identifying items 1-7

alert tones management 3-20

audio clients 1-6

B

backing up the database 4-9

C

choosing the backup destination 4-10

Cisco IPICS

Administration Console 1-7

components 1-5, 1-6

components, PMC 1-6

database management 4-8

dispatcher tasks 2-18

important concepts 2-4

introducing 1-1

operator tasks 2-17

ops view administrator tasks 2-17

RMS components 1-6

roles and associated tasks 2-13

serviceability 4-1

system administrator tasks 2-14

user tasks 2-19

using with IP phones 3-21

Cisco IPICS server

logging in 2-3

logging out 2-3

managing licenses 2-1

timeout, described 1-9

usage guidelines 1-9

viewing version information 1-10

Cisco Unified Communications Manager functionality 1-6

D

database

backing up 4-9

backup destinations 4-10

choosing backup destination 4-10

choosing backup location 4-9

managing 4-8

restoring 4-12

descriptors

managing 3-5

radio 3-5

radio and tone 3-5

tone 3-6

dial engine

considerations 3-8

system scripts 3-10

dial-in floor 3-16

downloading

diagnostic information 4-2

system logs 4-6

F

floor, for dial-in 3-16

I

important concepts

associations 2-12

locations 2-4

ops views 2-7

understanding association attributes 2-12

VTGs 2-6

IP phones, using with Cisco IPICS 3-21

L

language of TUI prompts 3-14

license management 2-1

LMR gateways 1-6

logging in to Cisco IPICS 2-3

logging out of Cisco IPICS 2-3

M

managing

database 4-8

passwords 3-24

PMC 3-18

PMC alert tones and skins 3-20

PMC installer 3-18

PMC regions 3-21

PMC versions 3-19

policy engine 3-8

radio and tone descriptors 3-5

radios 3-3

managing RMS components 3-1

N

networking 1-6

O

online help, accessing 2-4

ops views

attributes 2-9

caveats 2-11

considerations 2-11

port allocation 2-7

P

password

maintaining 3-24

security 3-24

PMC

controlling tone sequences for radios 3-3

managing 3-18

managing alert tones and skins 3-20

managing PMC installer 3-18

managing PMC regions 3-21

managing skins 3-20

managing versions 3-19

regions 3-21

PMC regions management 3-21

policy

considerations 3-12

types 3-12

policy engine

dial engine 3-8

managing and using 3-8

R

radio

defining 3-3

defining channels 3-3

descriptor, described 3-5

managing 3-3

tone control 3-3

restoring the database 4-12

RMS, managing 3-1

RMS management 3-1

roles

Cisco IPICS 2-13

dispatcher 2-18

operator 2-17

ops view administrator 2-17

system administrator 2-14

user 2-19

S

security for passwords 3-24

server

accessing online help 1-10

Cisco IPICS 1-5

usage guidelines 1-9

viewing version information 1-10

serviceability

downloading diagnostic information 4-5

downloading system logs 4-8

monitoring system status 4-1

viewing diagnostic information 4-2

viewing real-time status 4-2

viewing system logs 4-6

skins management 3-20

T

tone

alerting 3-20

descriptor, described 3-6

tone control of radios 3-3

tone sequences

momentary control 3-4

stateful control 3-4

TUI (telephony user interface)

dial-in floor 3-16

general guidelines 3-14

menu guidelines 3-16

speaking 3-17

U

using

Cisco Unified IP Phones with Cisco IPICS 3-21

policy engine 3-8

TUI 3-14

using Cisco Unified IP Phones with Cisco IPICS 3-21

V

viewing

diagnostic information 4-2

real-time system status 4-2

system logs 4-6