Cisco Unified Real-Time Monitoring Tool Administration Guide, Release 7.0(1)
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Table Of Contents

A - C - D - E - I - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - Z

Index

A

alert central, accessing 10-1

alert notification

configuring parameters for counter (table) 6-6

e-mail for counter 6-5

message 6-5

schedule 6-5

thresholds 6-5

alert notification, configuring 10-5

alerts

accessing alert central 10-1

action configuration (table) 9-7

configuring actions 10-6

configuring e-mail for 10-5

configuring with Default alert action 10-6

customization (table) 9-5

emailing notification 3-5

logs, described 9-8

notification for a counter 3-5

preconfigured 9-2

scheduling notification 3-5

setting properties 10-2

suspending 10-5

thresholds 3-5

C

category

adding 6-1

deleting 6-2

renaming 6-2

category tabs

described 3-2

sample rates 3-3

Cisco Analog Access

perfmon object and counters B-2

Cisco Annunciator Device

perfmon object and counters B-2

Cisco CallManager

perfmon object and counters B-3

Cisco CallManager Attendant Console

perfmon object and counters B-11

Cisco CallManager System Performance

perfmon object and counters B-12

Cisco CTIManager

perfmon object and counters B-15

Cisco Dual-Mode Mobility perfmon object and counters B-15

Cisco Extension Mobility

perfmon object and counters B-17

Cisco Gatekeeper

perfmon object and counters B-17

Cisco H.323

perfmon object and counters B-18

Cisco Hunt Lists

perfmon object and counters B-19

Cisco HW Conference Bridge Device

perfmon object and counters B-19

Cisco IP Manager Assistant

perfmon object and counters B-20

Cisco Lines

perfmon object and counters B-21

Cisco Locations

perfmon object and counters B-21

Cisco Media Streaming Application

perfmon object and counters B-22

Cisco Messaging Interface

perfmon object and counters B-25

Cisco MGCP BRI Device

perfmon object and counters B-25

Cisco MGCP FXO Device

perfmon object and counters B-26

Cisco MGCP FXS Device

perfmon object and counters B-27

Cisco MGCP Gateways

perfmon object and counters B-27

Cisco MGCP Gateways B-28

Cisco MGCP PRI Device

perfmon object and counters B-28

Cisco MGCP T1CAS Device

perfmon object and counters B-28

Cisco MOH Device

perfmon object and counters B-29, B-30

Cisco MTP Device

perfmon object and counters B-31

Cisco Phones

perfmon object and counters B-31

Cisco Presence Feature

perfmon object and counters B-32

Cisco QSIG Feature

perfmon object and counters B-32

Cisco Signaling Performance

perfmon object and counters B-33

Cisco SIP

perfmon object and counters B-32, B-33

Cisco SIP Stack

perfmon object and counters B-33

Cisco SW Conf Bridge Device

perfmon object and counters B-43

Cisco TFTP Server

perfmon object and counters B-44

Cisco Tomcat Connector

perfmon object and counters A-2

Cisco Transcode Device

perfmon object and counters B-48

Cisco Unity Connection

using port monitor 8-2

Cisco Video Conference Bridge

perfmon object and counters B-48

Cisco WebDialer

perfmon object and counters B-49

Cisco WSM Connector

perfmon object and counters B-49

configuration profile

adding 2-8

deleting 2-9

restoring 2-9

using default 2-8

conventions 1-xvi

counters

adding 6-3

alert notification 3-5

alert notification parameters (table) 6-6

configuring alert notification for 6-5

data sample, configuring 6-9

data sample parameters (table) 6-9

properties 3-4

viewing data 6-10

zooming 3-3, 3-4

CTI

Cisco CTIManager

perfmon object and counters B-15

finding CTI devices 5-11

monitoring CTI applications 5-15

monitoring CTI devices 5-15

monitoring CTI lines 5-16

viewing CTIManager information 5-15

CUC Data Store, perfmon object and counters C-2

CUC Data Store: Databases, perfmon object and counters C-2

CUC Message Store, perfmon object and counters C-2

CUC Message Store: Databases, perfmon object and counters C-3

CUC Personal Call Transfer Rules, perfmon object and counters C-3

CUC Phone System, perfmon object and counters C-4

CUC Phone System: Ports, perfmon object and counters C-6

CUC Replication, perfmon object and counters C-6

CUC Sessions: Calendar Access, perfmon object and counters C-7

CUC Sessions: E-mail Access, perfmon object and counters C-7

CUC Sessions: IMAP Server, perfmon object and counters C-8

CUC Sessions: RSS, perfmon object and counters C-9

CUC Sessions: SMTP Server, perfmon object and counters C-10

CUC Sessions: TRaP, perfmon object and counters C-10

CUC Sessions: TTS, perfmon object and counters C-10

CUC Sessions: Voice, perfmon object and counters C-11

CUC Sessions: VUI, perfmon object and counters C-13

CUC Sessions: Web, perfmon object and counters C-13

CUC Sessions: Web Calendar Access, perfmon object and counters C-14

CUC Sessions: Web E-mail Access, perfmon object and counters C-15

D

Database Change Notification Client

perfmon object and counters A-5

Database Change Notification Server

perfmon object and counters A-6

Database Change Notification Subscription

perfmon object and counters A-6

Database Local DSN

perfmon object and counters A-7

data sample

configuring parameters (table) 6-9

DB User Host Information Counters

perfmon object and counters A-7

document

audience 1-xiv

conventions 1-xvi

organization 1-xiv

purpose 1-xiii

documentation

related 1-xvi

E

e-mail configuration

alerts 10-5

Enterprise Replication DBSpace Monitors

perfmon object and counters A-7

Enterprise Replication Perfmon Counters

perfmon object and counters A-7

I

installation logs

collecting 11-7

IP

perfmon object and counters A-8

L

Log Partition Monitoring

configuring 13-1

logs

alerts 9-8

M

Memory

perfmon object and counters A-9

monitoring

CTI applications 5-15

CTI devices 5-11, 5-15

CTI lines 5-16

gateways 5-11

H.323 devices 5-11

hunt list 5-11

media resources 5-11

phones 5-11

SIP trunk 5-11

voice-mail devices 5-11

N

Network Interface

perfmon object and counters A-10

Number of Replicates

perfmon object and counters A-11

O

object and counters

Database Change Notification Client A-5

organization 1-xiv

P

Partition

perfmon object and counters A-12

perfmon

counters

adding 6-3

category tabs, described 3-2

properties 3-4

sample rates 3-3

object and counters

Cisco Analog Access B-2

Cisco Annunciator Device B-2

Cisco CallManager B-3

Cisco CallManager Attendant Console B-11

Cisco CallManager System Performance B-12

Cisco CTIManager B-15

Cisco Dual-Mode Mobility B-15

Cisco Extension Mobility B-17

Cisco Gatekeeper B-17

Cisco H.323 B-18

Cisco Hunt Lists B-19

Cisco HW Conference Bridge Device B-19

Cisco IP Manager Assistant B-20

Cisco Lines B-21

Cisco Locations B-21

Cisco Media Streaming Application B-22

Cisco Messaging Interface B-25

Cisco MGCP FXO Device B-26

Cisco MGCP FXS Device B-27

Cisco MGCP Gateways B-27

Cisco MGCP PRI Device B-28

Cisco MGCP T1CAS Device B-28

Cisco MobilityManager B-29

Cisco MOH Device B-30

Cisco MTP Device B-31

Cisco Phones B-31

Cisco Presence Feature B-32

Cisco QSIG Feature B-32

Cisco Signaling Performance B-33

Cisco SIP B-32, B-33

Cisco SIP Stack B-33

Cisco SIP Station B-42

Cisco SW Conf Bridge Device B-43

Cisco TFTP Server B-44

Cisco Tomcat Connector A-2

Cisco Transcode Device B-48

Cisco Video Conference Bridge B-48

Cisco WebDialer B-49

Cisco WSM Connector B-49

CUC Data Store C-2

CUC Data Store: Databases C-2

CUC Message Store C-2

CUC Message Store: Databases C-3

CUC Personal Call Transfer Rules C-3

CUC Phone System C-4

CUC Phone System: Ports C-6

CUC Replication C-6

CUC Sessions: E-mail Access C-7

CUC Sessions: IMAP Server C-8

CUC Sessions: RSS C-9

CUC Sessions: SMTP Server C-10

CUC Sessions: TRaP C-10

CUC Sessions: TTS C-10

CUC Sessions: Voice C-11

CUC Sessions: VUI C-13

CUC Sessions: Web C-13

CUC Sessions: Web Calendar Access C-14

CUC Sessions: Web E-mail Access C-15

Database Change Notification Server A-6

Database Change Notification Subscription A-6

Database Local DSN A-7

DB User Host Information A-7

Enterprise Replication A-7

Enterprise Replication DBSpace Monitors A-7

IP A-8

Memory A-9

Network Interface A-10

Partition A-12

Process A-13

Processor A-14

System A-15

TCP A-16

Thread A-16

Tomcat JVM A-3

Tomcat Web Application A-4

Perfmon data logging 7-4

perfmon data logging

troubleshooting 3-5

understanding 3-5

perfmon logs

understanding 3-5

performance counter

adding a counter instance 6-4

removing 6-4

performance counters

displaying in chart format 6-3

displaying in table format 6-3

performance monitoring

category tabs,described 3-2

configuring alert notification for counters 6-5

counters

adding 6-3

properties 3-4

Number of Replicates A-11

object and counters

Cisco Analog Access B-2

Cisco Annunciator Device B-2

Cisco CallManager B-3

Cisco CallManager Attendant Console B-11

Cisco CallManager System Performance B-12

Cisco CTIManager B-15

Cisco Dual-Mode Mobility B-15

Cisco Extension Mobility B-17

Cisco Gatekeeper B-17

Cisco H.323 B-18

Cisco Hunt Lists B-19

Cisco HW Conference Bridge Device B-19

Cisco IP Manager Assistant B-20

Cisco Lines B-21

Cisco Locations B-21

Cisco Media Streaming Application B-22

Cisco Messaging Interface B-25

Cisco MGCP BRI Device B-25

Cisco MGCP FXO Device B-26

Cisco MGCP FXS Device B-27

Cisco MGCP Gateways B-27

Cisco MGCP PRI Device B-28

Cisco MGCP T1CAS Device B-28

Cisco Mobility Manager B-29

Cisco MOH Device B-30

Cisco MTP Device B-31

Cisco Phones B-31

Cisco Presence Feature B-32

Cisco QSIG Feature B-32

Cisco Signaling Performance B-33

Cisco SIP B-32, B-33

Cisco SIP Stack B-33

Cisco SIP Station B-42

Cisco SW Conf Bridge Device B-43

Cisco TFTP Server B-44

Cisco Tomcat Connector A-2

Cisco Transcode Device B-48

Cisco Video Conference Bridge B-48

Cisco WebDialer B-49

Cisco WSM Connector B-49

CUC Data Store C-2

CUC Data Store: Databases C-2

CUC Message Store C-2

CUC Message Store: Databases C-3

CUC Personal Call Transfer Rules C-3

CUC Phone System C-4

CUC Phone System: Ports C-6

CUC Replication C-6

CUC Sessions: Calendar Access C-7

CUC Sessions: E-mail Access C-7

CUC Sessions: IMAP Server C-8

CUC Sessions: RSS C-9

CUC Sessions: SMTP Server C-10

CUC Sessions: TRaP C-10

CUC Sessions: TTS C-10

CUC Sessions: Voice C-11

CUC Sessions: VUI C-13

CUC Sessions: Web C-13

CUC Sessions: Web Calendar Access C-14

CUC Sessions: Web E-mail Access C-15

Database Change Notification Server A-6

Database Change Notification Subscription A-6

Database Local DSN A-7

DB User Host Information A-7

Enterprise Replication A-7

Enterprise Replication DBSpace Monitors A-7

IP A-8

Memory A-9

Network Interface A-10

Number of Replicates A-11

Partition A-12

Process A-13

Processor A-14

System A-15

Thread A-16

Tomcat JVM A-3

Tomcat Web Application A-4

sample rates 3-3

viewing counter data 6-10

performance queries 6-3

plug-ins

accessing 13-1

downloading 13-1

polling intervals

sample rate 3-3

polling rate 5-13

port monitor

overview 8-1

using 8-2

Process

perfmon object and counters A-13

Processor

perfmon object and counters A-14

Q

Q931 Translator, using 11-22

R

Real-Time Monitoring Tool

alert notification

configuring for a counter 6-5

alerts

accessing alert central 10-1

action configuration (table) 9-7

configuring alert actions 10-6

configuring e-mail for 10-5

configuring with Default alert action 10-6

customization (table) 9-5

logs, described 9-8

notification for a counter 3-5

preconfigured 9-2

setting properties 10-2

suspending 10-5

category

adding 6-1

deleting 6-2

renaming 6-2

category tabs,described 3-2

collecting a crash dump 11-16

collecting traces 11-3

collecting traces using the query wizard 11-7

collecting traces using the schedule collection option 11-12

configuration profile

adding 2-8

deleting 2-9

restoring 2-9

using default 2-8

counters

alert notification 3-5

data sample 6-9

displaying property description 6-8

viewing data 6-10

zooming 3-3, 3-4

data samples 6-9

deleting scheduled collections 11-15

finding

CTI applications 5-15

CTI devices 5-15

CTI lines 5-16

devices 5-11

highlighting a chart 3-4

installing multiple copies 2-4

logging and report generation

call log 5-5

device log 5-10

server log 4-4

service log 5-7

polling interval 3-3

polling rate, configuring 5-13

related topics for trace collection 11-29

sample rate 3-3

SysLog Viewer 12-1

updating trace configuration settings 11-28

using the real time trace option 11-25

using the real time trace option, monitor user event 11-26

using the real time trace option, view real time data 11-25

viewing

CTIManager information 5-15

device properties 5-13

phone information 5-12

viewing trace collection status 11-15

viewing trace files using the local browse option 11-18

viewing trace files using the remote browse option 11-19

zooming a counter 3-3

related documentation 1-xvi

S

sample rate 3-3

server authentication certificates

importing using the trace collection option 11-2

SysLog Viewer 12-1

System

perfmon object and counters A-15

T

TCP A-16

perfmon object and counters A-16

Thread

perfmon object and counters A-16

Tomcat JVM

perfmon object and counters A-3

Tomcat Web Application

perfmon object and counters A-4

Trace

collection

collecting crash dump option 11-16

collecting files option 11-3

configuration, described 11-1

deleting scheduled collections 11-15

list of topics 11-1

related topics 11-29

schedule collection option 11-12

using the local browse option 11-18

using the query wizard option 11-7

using the real time trace option 11-25

using the real time trace option, monitor user event 11-26

using the real time trace option, view real time data 11-25

using the remote browse option 11-19

viewing status 11-15

trace and log central

collecting installation and upgrade logs 11-7

troubleshooting

Perfmon data logging

configuring 7-4

parameters 7-5

viewing log files 7-3

U

upgrade logs

collecting 11-7

Z

zooming a counter 3-3, 3-4