Cisco Emergency Responder 8.6 Administration Guide
Appendix E: Admin Utility Web Interface For Cisco Emergency Responder
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Admin Utility Web Interface For Cisco Emergency Responder

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Admin Utility Web Interface For Cisco Emergency Responder

Update Cisco Unified CM Version

Update Cluster DB Host


Admin Utility Web Interface For Cisco Emergency Responder


These topics describe the fields on the pages of the Cisco Emergency Responder (Emergency Responder) Admin Utility web interface.

Update Cisco Unified CM Version

Update Cluster DB Host

Update Cisco Unified CM Version

The Update Unified CM Version page appears when you choose Update > CUCM.

Authorization Requirements

You must have system administrator authority to access this page.

Description

Use the Upgrade Unified CM Version page to upgrade to a different version of Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

Table E-1 describes the Upgrade CCM Version page.

Table E-1 Upgrade CCM Version Page 

Field
Description

Status

Displays the current Cisco Unified Communications Manager version.

Cisco Unified CM Version Details

 

Choose the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Version to Upgrade

Use the pulldown menu to select the Cisco Unified Communications Manager version to which you want to upgrade

Go button

Click Go to initiate the upgrade process.

Note Change the Cisco Unified CM version separately on the Publisher and Subscriber nodes.

Cancel button

Cancels the Cisco Unified Communications Manager upgrade.


Related Topics

Changing the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Version

Update Cluster DB Host

The Update Cluster DB Host page appears when you choose Update > Cluster DB Host.

Authorization Requirements

You must have system administrator authority to access this page.

Description

Use the Update Cluster DB Host page to designate a new server as the Emergency Responder cluster database host server.

Table E-2 describes the Update Cluster DB Host page.

Table E-2 Update Cluster DB Host Page 

Field
Description

Status

Displays the name of the current cluster database host

Cluster DB Host Details

 

ClusterDB Hostname/IP Address

Enter the hostname (if DNS is configured) or the IP address of the new cluster database host.

Note If the cluster is spread across domains, then enter a fully qualified hostname.

Password

Enter the password for the new cluster database host

Confirm Password

Re-enter the password for the new cluster database host.

Go button

Click the Go button to designate the new server as the new cluster database host.

Note The Emergency Responder Cluster DB host details are updated. Emergency Responder services must restarted for this change to take effect. You must restart Emergency Responder Services by rebooting the Emergency Responder publisher and subscriber servers. Just restarting Emergency Responder services does not work since the IP address is cached by other services.

This updates the Emergency Responder Cluster DB host details for this server group only. Other servers in this Emergency Responder cluster are NOT updated automatically. For further details, see the "Updating the Cisco Emergency Responder Cluster Database Host Details" section.

Cancel button

Cancels the Update Cluster DB Host operation.


Related Topics

8.6 Cisco Emergency Responder Cluster and Cluster DB Host

Updating the Cisco Emergency Responder Cluster Database Host Details