Administration Guide for Cisco Business Edition 3000, Release 8.6(3)
Devices Settings
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Devices Settings

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Devices Settings

Impacted GUIs: Cisco Business Edition 3000 First Time Setup Wizard and Cisco Business Edition 3000 Administrative Interface

The Device Settings page allows you to edit and delete devices. You can also generate CLI functionalities for ISR2901 gateways in the Device Settings page.

The following table describes the settings that display on the Devices page (Connections > Devices).


Note


You can edit both MCS7890-C1 and ISR2901 device type gateways. You can delete only ISR2901 device type gateways.


Table 1 Settings On the Devices page

Setting

Description

Edit

Click the Edit link corresponding Gateway connection to edit the configuration settings.

Delete

Click the Delete link corresponding to the Gateway connection settings to delete the gateway. A confirmation message appears and click Delete to delete the gateway.

Note   

You cannot delete MCS7890-C1 gateway. You can delete only ISR2901 gateway.

Warning   

If you delete a gateway, all the PSTN connections corresponding to the gateway will be deleted.

Generate CLI Commands

Note   

This feature is available for ISR2901 devices only.

Click this setting to generate commands to configure ISR2901 gateways.

Copy the CLI commands to the ISR2901 telnet or a serial-interface command line to configure the gateway.

You need to generate CLI commands only for ISR2901 gateways.The MCS7890-C1 Gateway do not require generation of CLI commands.

Conferencing/Transcoding Settings

Note   

This features is available for ISR2901 devices only.For MCS7890-C1 device, the internal gateway serves as a transcoding/conferencing device.

Choose the ISR2901 device that provides resources for transcoding and conferencing on the Cisco Business Edition 3000.

If you change the designated device you will need to update the configuration of both the previously designated and the newly designated devices.