Cisco Unified Communications Operating System Administration Guide for Cisco Unified CCX and Cisco Unified IP IVR, Release 9.0(1)
Status and configuration
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Status and configuration

View Cluster Node Information

To view information on the nodes in the cluster, follow this procedure:

Procedure
From the Cisco Unified Communications Operating System Administration window navigate to Show > Cluster.
The following table contains descriptions of the fields on the Cluster window.
Table 1 Cluster Nodes Field Descriptions
Field Description
Hostname Displays the complete host name of the server.
IP Address Displays the IP address of the server.
Alias Displays the alias name of the server, when defined.
Type of Node Indicates whether the server is a publisher node or a subscriber node.

View Hardware Status

To view the hardware status, follow this procedure:

Procedure
From the Cisco Unified Communications Operating System Administration window, navigate to Show > Hardware.
The following table contains descriptions of the fields on the Hardware status window.
Table 2 Hardware Status Field Descriptions
Field Description
Platform Type

Displays the model identity of the platform server.

Serial Number

Displays the serial number of the platform server.

Processor Speed

Displays the processor speed.

CPU Type

Displays the type of processor in the platform server.

Memory

Displays the total amount of memory in MB.

Object ID

Displays the object ID.

OS Version

Displays the operating system version.

RAID Details

Displays details about the RAID drive, including controller information, logical drive information, and physical device information.


Display network status

The network status information that appears depends on if Network Fault Tolerance is enabled. When Network Fault Tolerance is enabled, Ethernet port 1 automatically takes over network communications if Ethernet port 0 fails. If Network Fault Tolerance is enabled, network status information appears for the network ports Ethernet 0, Ethernet 1, and Bond 0. If Network Fault Tolerance is not enabled, status information appears only for Ethernet 0.

To view the network status, follow this procedure:

Procedure
From the Cisco Unified Communications Operating System Administration window, navigate to Show > Network.
The following table contains descriptions of the fields on the Network Settings window.
Table 3 Network settings field descriptions
Field Description
Ethernet Details
DHCP

Disabled for Unified CCX.

Status

Indicates whether the port is Up or Down for Ethernet ports 0 and 1.

IP Address

Shows the IP address of Ethernet port 0 [and Ethernet port 1 if Network Fault Tolerance (NFT) is enabled].

IP Mask

Shows the IP mask of Ethernet port 0 (and Ethernet port 1 if NFT is enabled).

Link Detected

Indicates whether an active link exists.

Queue Length

Displays the length of the queue.

MTU

Displays the maximum transmission unit.

MAC Address

Displays the hardware address of the port.

License MAC

Displays the license MAC.

Receive Statistics (RX)

Displays information on received bytes, packets, and errors, as well as dropped and overrun statistics.

Transmit Statistics (TX)

Displays information on transmitted bytes, packets, and errors, as well as dropped, carrier, and collision statistics.

DNS Details
Primary

Displays the IP address of the primary domain name server.

Secondary

Displays the IP address of the secondary domain name server.

Options

Displays the configured DNS options.

Domain

Displays the domain of the server.

Gateway

Displays the IP address of the network gateway on Ethernet port 0.


Verify Installed Software

To view the software versions and installed software options, follow this procedure:

Procedure
From the Cisco Unified Communications Operating System Administration window, navigate to Show > Software.
The following table contains descriptions of the fields in the Software Packages window.
Table 4 Software Packages Field Descriptions
Field Description
Partition Versions

Displays the software version that is running on the active and inactive partitions.

Installed Software Options
Active Version Installed Software Options

Displays the versions of installed software options, including Cisco Options Package (COP) patch files that are installed on the active version.

Inactive Version Installed Software Options

Displays the versions of installed software options, including COP patch files that are installed on the inactive version.


View System Status

To view the system status, follow this procedure:

Procedure
From the Cisco Unified Communications Operating System Administration window, navigate to Show > System.
See the following table for descriptions of the fields on the System Status window.
Table 5 System Status Field Descriptions
Field Description
Host Name

Displays the name of the Cisco MCS host where Cisco Unified Communications Operating System is installed.

Date

Displays the date and time based on the continent and region that were specified during operating system installation.

Time Zone

Displays the time zone that was chosen during installation.

Locale

Displays the language that was chosen during operating system installation.

Product Version

Displays the operating system version.

Platform Version

Displays the platform version.

License MAC

Displays the license MAC.

Uptime

Displays system uptime information.

CPU

Displays the percentage of CPU capacity that is idle, the percentage that is running system processes, and the percentage that is running user processes.

Memory

Displays information about memory usage, including the amount of total memory, free memory, and used memory in KBytes.

Disk/active

Displays the amount of total, free, and used disk space on the active disk.

Disk/inactive

Displays the amount of total, free, and used disk space on the inactive disk.

Disk/logging

Displays the amount of total, free, and disk space that is used for disk logging.


Display registered ports

You can use the IP Preferences window to display a list of registered ports that the system can use. The IP Preferences window contains the following information:

  • Application
  • Protocol
  • Port Number
  • Type
  • Translated Port
  • Status
  • Description

To access the IP Preferences window, follow this procedure.

Procedure
    Step 1   From the Cisco Unified Communications Operating System Administration window, choose Show > IP Preferences. The IP Preferences window appears. Records from an active (prior) query may also appear in the window.
    Step 2   To find all records in the database, ensure the dialog box is empty and go to Step 4.
    Step 3   To filter or search records, do the following:
    1. From the first drop-down list box, select a search parameter.
    2. From the second drop-down list box, select a search pattern.
    3. Specify the appropriate search text, if applicable.
    Note   

    To add additional search criteria, click the + button. When you add criteria, the system searches for a record that matches all criteria that you specify. To remove criteria, click the button to remove the last added criterion or click the Clear Filter button to remove all added search criteria.

    Step 4   Click Find.

    All matching records appear. You can change the number of items that appear on each page by choosing a different value from the Rows per Page drop-down list box.

    The following table contains descriptions of the IP Preferences fields.
    Table 6 IP preferences field descriptions
    Field Description
    Application

    Name of the application using (listening on) the port.

    Protocol

    Protocol used on this port (TCP, UDP).

    Port Number

    Numeric port number.

    Type
    Type of traffic allowed on this port:
    • Public—All traffic allowed
    • Translated—All traffic allowed but forwarded to a different port
    • Private—Traffic only allowed from a defined set of remote servers, for example, other nodes in the cluster
    Translated Port

    Traffic destined for this port is forwarded to the port listed in the Port Number column. This field applies to Translated type ports only.

    Status
    Status of port usage:
    • Enabled—In use by the application and opened by the firewall
    • Disabled—Blocked by the firewall and not in use
    Description

    Brief description of how the port is used.