User Guide for Cisco Unified Service Monitor
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

A

AAA mode     2-5, D-2

ACS mode

authentication     2-5

modifying user roles and privileges     2-7

users, configuring     2-6

using Service Monitor     2-7

administering Service Monitor

SNMP, using to manage Service Monitor

queries, configuring for     2-8

security, configuring for queries     2-10

system application MIB log file, viewing     2-10

archiving call metrics

disabling     1-3

enabling     1-3

audience for this document     vii

authentication

ACS mode     2-5

and authorization     2-5

fallback mode     D-2

non-ACS mode     2-5

automatic registration     1-12

B

backing up

call metrics files     2-1

C

call metrics

archiving, enabling and disabling     1-3

files     2-1

backing up     2-1

data format     1-17

deleting     2-1

location of     1-17

cautions

significance of     viii

Cisco 1040

adding     1-9

default configuration     1-12

deleting     1-15

failover     1-13

ID

format     1-3

starting     1-3

image file     1-4

maximum number supported     B-1

registration

automatic     1-12

manual     1-9

resetting     1-13

unreachable, trap     1-17, A-2

web interface     1-15

Cisco Secure Access Control Server (ACS)     2-5

Cisco Unified Operations Manager, as a trap receiver     1-4

configuring

Cisco 1040, editing     1-11

DHCP     1-5

DNS     1-5

system

SNMP queries     2-8

users     2-6

CiscoWorks local login module     2-5

using ACS mode     2-6

copying files to TFTP server     1-4

D

database

password, changing     2-3, 2-11

debugging, enabling     2-3

deleting

Cisco 1040     1-15

files from TFTP server     1-15

DHCP, configuring     1-5

disabling

automatic registration     1-3

call metrics archiving     1-3

debugging     2-3

DNS, configuring     1-5

documentation     viii

audience for this     vii

typographical conventions in     vii

E

editing

Cisco 1040 configuration     1-11

default configuration     1-12

enabling

automatic registration     1-3

call metrics archiving     1-3

F

failover, Cisco 1040     1-13

files

call metrics     2-1

configuration, copying     1-4

history log file, maintaining     2-4

image, copying     1-4

log files     2-3

H

hostname, changing     2-10, 2-13

I

image file

copying to TFTP server     1-4

directory     1-3

updating     1-14

IP address, changing     2-13

K

keepalive     1-13

L

license

number of devices supported, verifying     B-1

registering     B-3

licensing

overview     B-1

reminders     B-4

log files

by module     2-5

debugging, enabling and disabling     2-3

history     2-4

location     2-3

maintaining     2-4

login

CiscoWorks login module     D-2

failure     D-2

fallback mode     D-2

M

managing log files     2-3

MIBs

system application, log file     2-10

used by Service Monitor     A-1

MOS

threshold, configuring     1-3

violation trap     1-17, A-1

N

non-ACS mode

authentication     2-5

CiscoWorks Local Login module     2-5

users, configuring     2-5

O

Operations Manager, as a trap receiver     1-4

overview

licensing     B-1

Service Monitor     1-1

P

password, database     2-3, 2-11

Permission Report     2-5

privileges, configuring on Cisco Secure ACS     2-7, D-3

processes

Service Monitor     2-8

starting and stopping     2-8

R

registering

Cisco 1040

automatic     1-12

manual     1-9

license, Service Monitor     B-3

resetting

Cisco 1040     1-13

roles, user

Cisco Secure ACS, configuring     2-7

Cisco Secure ACS, modifying     2-6

S

security

certificate     2-12

SNMP queries     2-10

Service Monitor

hostname, changing     2-10, 2-13

IP address, changing     2-13

overview     1-1

processes     2-8

setting up     1-3

setting time

on Cisco 1040s     1-14

Windows time service     1-14

setting up Service Monitor     1-3

SNMP

queries

security     2-10

service     2-9

trap receivers     1-4

SNMP, using to manage Service Monitor     2-8

SNMP queries, configuring for     2-8

Windows SNMP Service, enabling or disabling     2-9

Windows SNMP Service, installing and uninstalling     2-9

Windows SNMP Service status, determining     2-9

SNMP queries, configuring security for     2-10

system application MIB log file, viewing     2-10

SNMP MIBs, Service Monitor support for     C-1

system application MIB implementation     C-1

sample MIB walk     C-8

starting

Service Monitor     1-2

Service Monitor processes     2-8

stopping Service Monitor processes     2-8

syslog

file     2-3

handling, during peak usage     2-3

service     2-3

system administration

database password     2-3

system application MIB

sample MIB walk     C-8

system application MIB implementation     C-1

resource MIB tables     C-1

element status information     C-4

installed elements     C-2

installed packages     C-2

package status information     C-3

process map     C-7

scalar variables     C-6

status of elements previously run     C-5

status of packages previously run     C-5

sample MIB walk     C-8

System Identity Setup User

in Common Services     D-2

on Cisco Secure ACS     D-3

T

TFTP server     1-4

configuring     1-3

image file     1-4

threshold, MOS, configuring     1-3

time

Cisco 1040, setting     1-14

Windows time service     1-14

trap

MOS violation     1-17, A-1

unreachable Cisco 1040     1-17, A-2

trap receivers

configuring     1-4

Operations Manager     1-4

port     1-4

troubleshooting

syslog messages     2-3

typographical conventions in this document     vii

U

updating image files     1-14

users

configuring     2-6

using ACS mode     2-6

using CiscoWorks local login module     2-5

privileges     2-7

Permission Report     2-5

roles     2-7, D-1

System Identity Setup User     D-1

V

viewing

log files

by module     2-5

W

warning

syslog service     2-3

Windows SNMP Service

disabling     2-9

enabling     2-9

installing     2-9

status, determining     2-9

uninstalling     2-9

Windows time service     1-14