Cisco Unified CallManager Administration Guide, Release 4.2(3)
Device Configuration
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Device Configuration

Table Of Contents

Device Configuration

Adding Devices to Cisco Unified CallManager

Restarting or Resetting a Device


Device Configuration


Cisco Unified CallManager allows you to configure the following devices in your telephony network:

CTI route points

Gatekeepers

Gateways

Phones, including CTI ports

Voice-mail ports

Trunks

Device settings such as device profiles, phone button templates, softkey templates, and the CAPF Report

This section covers the following topics:

Adding Devices to Cisco Unified CallManager

Restarting or Resetting a Device

Adding Devices to Cisco Unified CallManager

Before you can use devices, such as gateways and Cisco Unified IP Phones in your IP telephony network, you must add them to the Cisco Unified CallManager configuration database. You can add several of these devices by using the Add a New Device window. Refer to these sections for assistance in adding those telephony devices:

Adding a CTI Route Point

Adding a Gatekeeper

Adding Gateways to Cisco Unified CallManager, page 58-1

Adding a Phone, page 59-5

Adding a Trunk, page 60-3

Restarting or Resetting a Device

At any time, you can restart or reset a device by clicking the Reset button in the device window or by clicking the Reset icon in the Find and List window that is associated with the device, if available. You can restart a device without shutting it down by clicking the Restart button. You can shut down a device and bring it back up again by clicking the Reset button. If you want to return to the previous window without resetting or restarting the device, click Close.


Note Restarting or resetting a gateway or trunk drops any calls in progress that are using that gateway or trunk. Other devices wait until calls complete before restarting or resetting.