The Gateway Configuration page displays the list of CLI commands that you must issue on the gateway. Before your users can place calls over the PSTN, you must issue these CLI commands on the gateway.
Some of the CLI commands include your configuration from the Cisco-provided .xls data configuration file or the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 3000 First Time Setup Wizard; for example, the hostname for the gateway is included in one of the commands.
You can either save the commands to file so that you can issue the commands later, or you can copy and paste the commands immediately onto the gateway if the gateway is in enable mode. For information on putting the gateway into enable mode and for information on issuing commands on the gateway, refer to the gateway documentation.
To save the commands to file, use a text editor, and verify that the CLI commands display correctly in the file after you save it. In some cases, such as with Microsoft NotePad, the commands may not display in a format that can be used later for copying and pasting.
When you copy the commands, make sure that you copy all text that displays in the section.
To issue the commands on the gateway at a later time, select System Settings > Gateway; then, click Generate CLI Commands to Configure the Gateway under the General tab.