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Administration Center Page References for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

Table Of Contents

Administration Center Page References for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

About This Page: Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration

Fields on the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page

Finding the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page

About This Page: Add Logo

Fields on the Add Logo Page

Finding the Add Logo Page

Tasks Using the Add Logo Page

About This Page: Add SNMP Community String

Fields on the Add SNMP Community String Page

Finding the Add SNMP Community String Page

Tasks Using the Add SNMP Community String Page

About This Page: Add SNMP Notification Destination

Fields on the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page

Finding the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page

Tasks Using the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page

About This Page: Add User Group

Fields on the Add User Group Page

Finding the Add User Group Page

Tasks Using the Add User Group Page

About This Page: Add User Profile

Fields on the Add User Profile Page

Finding the Add User Profile Page

Tasks Using the Add User Profile Page

About This Page: Alarms

Fields on the Alarms Page

Finding the Alarms Page

Tasks Using the Alarms Page

About This Page: Audio Parameters

Fields on the Audio Parameters Page

Finding the Audio Parameters Page

Tasks Using the Audio Parameters Page

About This Page: Billing Report

Fields on the Billing Report Page

Output Fields of the Billing Report Page

Finding the Billing Report Page

Tasks Using the Billing Report Page

About This Page: Call Configuration

About This Page: Certificate Management

About This Page: Configure Backup

Fields on the Configure Backup Page

Finding the Configure Backup Page

Tasks Using the Configure Backup Page

About This Page: Custom Prompts

Fields on the Custom Prompts Page

Display Options for the Custom Prompts Page

Finding the Custom Prompts Page

Tasks Using the Custom Prompts Page

About This Page: Customize Interface

About This Page: Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Field Headers on the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Fields on the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Finding the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Tasks Using the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

About This Page: Customize the Edit Profile Page

Fields on the Customize the Edit Profile Page

Finding the Customize the Edit Profile Page

Tasks Using the Customize the Edit Profile Page

About This Page: Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

Options for the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

Finding the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

Tasks Using the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

About This Page: Dial Configuration

Fields on the Dial Configuration Page

Finding the Dial Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Dial Configuration Page

About This Page: Dial Configuration Details

Fields on the Dial Configuration Details Page

Finding the Dial Configuration Details Page

Tasks Using the Dial Configuration Details Page

About This Page: Disable SSL

Finding the Disable SSL Page

Tasks Using the Disable SSL Page

About This Page: Disk Usage Report

Fields on the Disk Usage Report Page

Output Fields of the Disk Usage Report Page

Finding the Disk Usage Report Page

Tasks Using the Disk Usage Report Page

About This Page: Display Certificate

Finding the Display Certificate Page

Tasks Using the Display Certificate Page

About This Page: Download a Language Property File

Finding the Download a Language Property File Page

Tasks Using the Download a Language Property File Page

About This Page: Download Certificate

Finding the Download Certificate Page

Tasks Using the Download Certificate Page

About This Page: Download Certificate Signing Request

Finding the Download Certificate Signing Request Page

Tasks Using the Download Certificate Signing Request Page

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

Fields on the Edit Language Property File Page

Editing Area of the Edit Language Property File Page

Finding the Edit Language Property File Page

Tasks Using the Edit Language Property File Page

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

Fields on the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

Editing Areas of the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

Finding the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

Tasks Using the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

Fields on the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Editing Area of the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Finding the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Tasks Using the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

About This Page: Edit SNMP Community String

Fields on the Edit SNMP Community String Page

Finding the Edit SNMP Community String Page

Tasks Using the Edit SNMP Community String Page

About This Page: Edit SNMP Notification Destination

Fields on the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page

Finding the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page

Tasks Using the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page

About This Page: Edit User Groups Details

Fields on the Edit User Groups Details Page

Finding the Edit User Groups Details Page

Tasks Using the Edit User Groups Details Page

About This Page: Edit User Profiles Details

Fields on the Edit User Profiles Details Page

Finding the Edit User Profiles Details Page

Tasks Using the Edit User Profiles Details Page

About This Page: E-Mail Blast

Fields on the E-Mail Blast Page

Finding the E-Mail Blast Page

Tasks Using the E-Mail Blast Page

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report

Fields on the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page

Finding the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page

Tasks Using the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Template Configuration

About This Page: E-Mail Service Administration

About This Page: Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing

Fields on the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page

Finding the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page

Tasks Using the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page

About This Page: Exchange Server Configuration

Fields on the Exchange Server Configuration Page

Finding the Exchange Server Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Exchange Server Configuration Page

About This Page: Export Data

About This Page: File Cleanup

Fields on the File Cleanup Page

Finding the File Cleanup Page

Tasks Using the File Cleanup Page

About This Page: Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs)

Fields on the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

Finding the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

Tasks Using the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

About This Page: Group Information

Fields on the Group Information Page

Output Fields of the Group Information Page—Used for Importing User Groups

Finding the Group Information Page

Tasks Using the Group Information Page

About This Page: H.323 Configuration

Fields on the H.323 Configuration Page

Finding the H.323 Configuration Page

Tasks Using the H.323 Configuration Page

About This Page: Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings

Fields on the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page

Finding the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page

Tasks Using the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page

About This Page: Import Group Profiles

Fields on the Import Group Profiles Page

Finding the Import Group Profiles Page

Tasks Using the Import Group Profiles Page

About This Page: Import

About This Page: Import Meetings

Fields on the Import Meetings Page

Finding the Import Meetings Page

Tasks Using the Import Meetings Page

About This Page: Import User Profiles

Fields on the Import User Profiles Page

Finding the Import User Profiles Page

Tasks Using the Import User Profiles Page

About This Page: In-Session Monitoring

Fields on the In-Session Monitoring Page

Display Options for the In-Session Monitoring Page

Finding the In-Session Monitoring Page

Tasks Using the In-Session Monitoring Page

About This Page: Install Licenses

Fields on the Install Licenses Page

Finding the Install Licenses Page

Tasks Using the Install Licenses Page

About This Page: Licenses Summary

Fields on the Licenses Summary Page

Finding the Licenses Summary Page

Tasks Using the Licenses Summary Page

About This Page: Logs

About This Page: Maintenance

About This Page: Manage Licenses

About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

Fields on the Media Statistics Reports Page

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Conference Statistics Report

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Channel Statistics Report

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Channel Status Report

Finding the Media Statistics Reports Page

Tasks Using the Media Statistics Reports Page

About This Page: Meeting Cancellation Report

Fields on the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Output Fields of the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Finding the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

About This Page: Meeting Configuration

Fields on the Meeting Configuration Page

Finding the Meeting Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Configuration Page

About This Page: Meeting Information

Fields on the Meeting Information Page

Output Fields of the Meeting Information Page—Used for Importing Meetings

Finding the Meeting Information Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Information Page

About This Page: Meeting Participant Join Leave Information

Fields on the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Output Fields of the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Finding the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

About This Page: Meeting Participants Report

Fields on the Meeting Participants Report Page

Output Fields of the Meeting Participants Report Page

Finding the Meeting Participants Report Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Participants Report Page

About This Page: Outgoing Calls Information

Fields on the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Output Fields of the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Finding the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Tasks Using the Outgoing Calls Information Page

About This Page: Outlook Plug-In Configuration

Fields on the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page

Finding the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page

About This Page: Port Utilization Report

Fields on the Port Utilization Report Page

Output of the Port Utilization Report Page

Finding the Port Utilization Report Page

Tasks Using the Port Utilization Report Page

About This Page: Profile Information

Fields on the Profile Information Page

Output Fields of the Profile Information Page—Used for Importing User Profiles

Finding the Profile Information Page

Tasks Using the Profile Information Page

About This Page: Reports

About This Page: Scheduling Failures Information

Fields on the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Output Fields of the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Failure Codes of the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Finding the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Tasks Using the Scheduling Failures Information Page

About This Page: Services

About This Page: SIP Configuration

Fields on the SIP Configuration Page

Finding the SIP Configuration Page

Tasks Using the SIP Configuration Page

About This Page: SMTP Server Configuration

Fields on the SMTP Server Configuration Page

Finding the SMTP Server Configuration Page

Tasks Using the SMTP Server Configuration Page

About This Page: SNMP Community Strings

Fields on the SNMP Community Strings Page

Finding the SNMP Community Strings Page

Tasks Using the SNMP Community Strings Page

About This Page: SNMP Configuration

About This Page: SNMP Notification Destinations

Fields on the SNMP Notification Destinations Page

Finding the SNMP Notification Destinations Page

Tasks Using the SNMP Notification Destinations Page

About This Page: System Configuration

About This Page: System Information Capture

Display Options for the System Information Capture Page

Finding the System Information Capture Page

Tasks Using the System Information Capture Page

About This Page: System Logs

Fields on the System Logs Page

Finding the System Logs Page

Tasks Using the System Logs Page

About This Page: System Status

Finding the System Status Page

Tasks Using the System Status Page

About This Page: System Status Details

Fields on the System Status Details Page

Finding the System Status Details Page

Tasks Using the System Status Details Page

About This Page: Upload a Language Property File

Fields on the Upload a Language Property File Page

Finding the Upload a Language Property File Page

Tasks for the Upload a Language Property File Page

About This Page: Usage Configuration

Fields on the Usage Configuration Page

Finding the Usage Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Usage Configuration Page

About This Page: User Configuration

About This Page: User Group Management

Options for the User Group Management Page

Finding the User Group Management Page

Tasks Using the User Group Management Page

About This Page: User Profile Management

Options for the User Profile Management Page

Finding the User Profile Management Page

Tasks Using the User Profile Management Page

About This Page: View Backup Logs

Finding the View Backup Logs Page

Tasks Using the View Backup Logs Page

About This Page: View Locked Profiles

Options for the View Locked Profiles Page

Finding the View Locked Profiles Page

Tasks Using the View Locked Profiles Page

About This Page: View System Information Capture

Fields on the View System Information Capture Page

Finding the View System Information Capture Page

Tasks Using the View System Information Capture Page

About This Page: View System Logs

Fields on the View System Logs Page

Finding the View System Logs Page

Tasks Using the View System Logs Page


Administration Center Page References for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express


Revised: October 18, 2006, OL-11374-01

These topics describe the fields and options on the pages of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Administration Center, presented in alphabetical order by page title.

In the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Administration Center, the title of each page appears in the blue bar beneath the "Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express System Administration Center" banner.

The content in this appendix applies in the following cases:

You have a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.

You have a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express VT system.

Topics in this section include:

About This Page: Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration

About This Page: Add Logo

About This Page: Add SNMP Community String

About This Page: Add SNMP Notification Destination

About This Page: Add User Group

About This Page: Add User Profile

About This Page: Alarms

About This Page: Audio Parameters

About This Page: Billing Report

About This Page: Call Configuration

About This Page: Certificate Management

About This Page: Configure Backup

About This Page: Custom Prompts

About This Page: Customize Interface

About This Page: Customize Schedule Meeting Page

About This Page: Customize the Edit Profile Page

About This Page: Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

About This Page: Dial Configuration

About This Page: Dial Configuration Details

About This Page: Disable SSL

About This Page: Disk Usage Report

About This Page: Display Certificate

About This Page: Download a Language Property File

About This Page: Download Certificate

About This Page: Download Certificate Signing Request

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

About This Page: Edit SNMP Community String

About This Page: Edit SNMP Notification Destination

About This Page: Edit User Groups Details

About This Page: Edit User Profiles Details

About This Page: E-Mail Blast

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Template Configuration

About This Page: E-Mail Service Administration

About This Page: Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing

About This Page: Exchange Server Configuration

About This Page: Export Data

About This Page: File Cleanup

About This Page: Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs)

About This Page: Group Information

About This Page: H.323 Configuration

About This Page: Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings

About This Page: Import Group Profiles

About This Page: Import

About This Page: Import Meetings

About This Page: Import User Profiles

About This Page: In-Session Monitoring

About This Page: Install Licenses

About This Page: Licenses Summary

About This Page: Logs

About This Page: Maintenance

About This Page: Manage Licenses

About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

About This Page: Meeting Cancellation Report

About This Page: Meeting Configuration

About This Page: Meeting Information

About This Page: Meeting Participant Join Leave Information

About This Page: Meeting Participants Report

About This Page: Outgoing Calls Information

About This Page: Outlook Plug-In Configuration

About This Page: Port Utilization Report

About This Page: Profile Information

About This Page: Reports

About This Page: Scheduling Failures Information

About This Page: Services

About This Page: SIP Configuration

About This Page: SMTP Server Configuration

About This Page: SNMP Community Strings

About This Page: SNMP Configuration

About This Page: SNMP Notification Destinations

About This Page: System Configuration

About This Page: System Information Capture

About This Page: System Logs

About This Page: System Status

About This Page: System Status Details

About This Page: Upload a Language Property File

About This Page: Usage Configuration

About This Page: User Configuration

About This Page: User Group Management

About This Page: User Profile Management

About This Page: View Backup Logs

About This Page: View Locked Profiles

About This Page: View System Information Capture

About This Page: View System Logs

About This Page: Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration

This page is used to configure ad hoc conferencing on the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page

Finding the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page

Fields on the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page


Caution Changing these configuration parameters causes the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system to clear all active calls and meetings. The system then cancels the current registration with Cisco Unified CallManager and reregisters using the new configuration parameters.

Table C-1 Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

SCCP enabled

Whether or not to enable the Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP).

Use this field to enable or disable ad hoc conferencing on the server.

Yes/No

Default: No

Primary TFTP server

Primary Cisco Unified CallManager TFTP server IP address.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

Port

Primary TFTP server port number.

The Cisco Unified CallManager TFTP server typically runs on port 69.

Range: 1 to 65535

Default: 69

Backup TFTP server 1

First backup Cisco Unified CallManager TFTP server IP address.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

Port

First backup TFTP server port number.

The Cisco Unified CallManager TFTP server typically runs on port 69.

Range: 1 to 65535

Default: 69

Backup TFTP server 2

Second backup Cisco Unified CallManager TFTP server IP address.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

Port

Second backup TFTP server port number.

The Cisco Unified CallManager TFTP server typically runs on port 69.

Range: 1 to 65535

Default: 69

Video codec

Which video codec to use: H.263 (1996) or H.264.

H.263/H.264

Default: H.263

Video minimum bit rate

Minimum allowed speed for video streams, in kbps.

56/128/320/704

Default: 320

Video maximum bit rate

Maximum allowed speed for video streams, in kbps.

Note that the value you choose may affect the number of ad hoc video ports that are used by each end user. See the "About Video Ports for Ad Hoc Conferencing" section on page 6-4.

56/128/320/704

Default: 320

Max streams supported at this bit rate

(Read only) The maximum number of simultaneous video streams that are supported, based on the configured Video maximum bit rate. See the "About Video Ports for Ad Hoc Conferencing" section on page 6-4.

MAC address

(Read only) MAC address of the server.

Use the value in this field to identify the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server in the Cisco Unified CallManager configuration. See the "Configuring Cisco Unified CallManager to Use Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express as a Conference Bridge" section on page 6-8.

Cisco Unified CallManager registration

Current call manager

(Read only) Cisco Unified CallManager TFTP server that is currently in use.

Status

(Read only) Whether or not Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is registered with the Cisco Unified CallManager TFTP server.


Related Topics

About This Page: Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration

Finding the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Call Configuration.

c. Click Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration

Tasks Using the Ad Hoc Conferencing Configuration Page

Configuring Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express for Ad Hoc Conferencing, page 6-7

About This Page: Add Logo

This page is used to add or delete a custom logo on the end-user web interface. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Add Logo Page

Finding the Add Logo Page

Tasks Using the Add Logo Page

Fields on the Add Logo Page

Table C-2 Add Logo Page Field 

Field
Description
Values

Filename to upload

The name of the file that contains the logo to upload.

To locate the file, click Browse.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add Logo

Finding the Add Logo Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Customize Interface.

b. Click Add Logo.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add Logo

Tasks Using the Add Logo Page

The Add Logo page is used to complete the following tasks:

Adding a Custom Graphic to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express End-User Web Interface

Deleting a Custom Graphic from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express End-User Web Interface

About This Page: Add SNMP Community String

This page is used to add an SNMP community string to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Add SNMP Community String Page

Finding the Add SNMP Community String Page

Tasks Using the Add SNMP Community String Page

Fields on the Add SNMP Community String Page

Table C-3 Add SNMP Community String Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Community string

The name of the SNMP community string that you are adding.

No spaces allowed

Accept SNMP packets from any host

Select this radio button to allow the SNMP community string to accept SNMP packets from any host.

Accept SNMP packets only from these hosts:

Select this radio button to allow the SNMP community string to accept SNMP packets only from hosts that you specify.

Host IP address

If you choose the Accept SNMP packets only from these hosts: radio button, enter an IP address and click Insert to allow the SNMP community string to accept SNMP packets from this IP address.

Valid IP address

Host IP addresses

If you choose the Accept SNMP packets only from these hosts: radio button, this field lists all IP addresses from which this SNMP community string can accept SNMP packets. To remove an IP address from this list, highlight it and click Remove.

Valid IP addresses

Access privileges

The access privilege given to this SNMP community string. Access privileges provide security by restricting the ability to alter the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.

Read only
Read write
Read write notify
Notify only
None


Related Topics

About This Page: Add SNMP Community String

Finding the Add SNMP Community String Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click SNMP.

c. Click Community Strings.

Step 4 Click Add New.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add SNMP Community String

Tasks Using the Add SNMP Community String Page

The Add SNMP Community String page is used to complete the following task:

Adding an SNMP Community String

About This Page: Add SNMP Notification Destination

This page is used to add an SNMP notification destination to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page

Finding the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page

Tasks Using the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page

Fields on the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page

Table C-4 Add SNMP Notification Destination Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Destination IP addresses

The IP address for this notification destination. Select Add New from the drop-down list and the system automatically displays the Destination IP address and Port number fields.

Note that each notification destination must have a unique IP address.

All IP addresses that have already been defined.

Destination IP address

The IP address for this notification destination.

A valid IP address

Port number

The port number for this IP address.

A valid port number

SNMP version

The SNMP version that this notification destination uses.

V1
V2C

Notification type

The notification type for this notification destination.

Note that this field is dimmed if you selected SNMP version 1. SNMP version 1 only supports traps.

inform
trap

Security level

The security level for this notification destination.

Note that this field is dimmed.

Community string

The name of the SNMP community string associated with this notification destination.

A community string that has already been defined.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add SNMP Notification Destination

Finding the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click SNMP.

c. Click Notification Destinations.

Step 4 Click Add New.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add SNMP Notification Destination

Tasks Using the Add SNMP Notification Destination Page

The Add SNMP Notification Destination page is used to complete the following task:

Adding an SNMP Notification Destination

About This Page: Add User Group

This page is used to define a new user group and add it to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Add User Group Page

Finding the Add User Group Page

Tasks Using the Add User Group Page

Fields on the Add User Group Page


Note The Edit User Groups Details page uses the same fields as the Add User Group page.


Table C-5 Add User Group Page Fields 

Field
Description
Value
Group Information

Name

Name by which you want to identify the user group.

Recommendation: Use a name that describes the users in the group, such as "Marketing."

Restrictions:

Do not include spaces. Instead, use an underscore character (_), for example, "Field_Sales."

Unicode is not supported.

1 to 17 alphanumeric characters

Default: System

Number

Number used to identify this user group.

0 to 17 numeric characters (0 - 9)

Default: 0

Billing Code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

Recommendation: Follow existing conventions at your company, such as department codes.

0 to 17 alphanumeric characters

Group active

Activity state of this user group. You can define user groups now, and make them active later (for example, after the users in the group complete training).

Users cannot log in if their user group is inactive.

See the "Information About the Active, Inactive, and Locked States of User Profiles" section on page 8-23.

No/Yes

Default: Yes

Group Defaults

User ID of Delegate

Username of this user group's delegate who is allowed to schedule, monitor, and reschedule Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express meetings on behalf of the users in this group and manage their user profiles. For more information, see the "About Delegates" section on page 8-8.

0 to 17 alphanumeric characters

Region

Geographical region in which the user group typically conducts business.

The setting in this field determines which options become available in the following Time zone field.

Choose from the options in the drop-down menu.

Default: Other

Time zone

User group's time zone. Set the time zone for the geographical location in which the user group typically conducts business.

The drop-down men options depend on which Region is selected.

The default value uses the server time zone that is configured during the installation process and that may be modified at any time through the CLI.

Recommendations:

Do not use the default setting, because the server time zone may be modified at any time by the system administrator. Such a change may cause time discrepancies between meetings that are scheduled before and after each server time change.

See the "About Time Zones" section on page 8-17.

Choose from the options in the drop-down menu.

Default: Local time of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server

Language

Preferred language for this user group, used in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express voice prompts.

Language preferences may vary for individual users in a group. You can select a language for each user in the individual user profile.

Options are the languages that were previously installed and activated on the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. See the "About Languages" section.

Choose from the options in the drop-down menu.

Default: English (US)

E-mail format

The format in which users in this group send and receive e-mail messages.

txt/html

Default: html

E-mail type

Which type of notification is sent to users in this group for meetings that are scheduled from the end-user web interface:

SMTP—e-mail notification from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server

Exchange—Microsoft Outlook Calendar notification from the Microsoft Exchange Server

SMTP/Exchange

Default: SMTP

Recording

Who can access

(Read Only) Ignore this field.

The value configured in the Who can attend field determines who can listen to meetings recorded by users in this group.

Outdial Meeting Defaults

Can call out of meetings

Whether or not dial-out privileges are enabled for users in this group.

To enable dial-out privileges and the Find Me feature, select Yes.

For more information, see the following topics:

About Dial-Out Features and Voice Prompt Languages, page 8-11

About the Find Me Feature, page 8-13.

No/Yes

Default: No

Ask for profile password

Whether or not a dial-out participant must provide a profile password before being admitted into the voice meeting.

See the "About Toll Fraud Prevention Options" section.

No/Yes

Default: Yes

Meeting Preferences

Entry announcement

Announcement played when users in this group join meetings.

Beep only/
Beep+Name/
Silent

Default: Beep+Name

Departure announcement

Announcement played when users in this group leave meetings.

Beep only/
Beep+Name/
Silent

Default: Beep+Name

Skip pre-meeting options

Whether or not users in this group immediately join meetings after entering the meeting ID.

When No is selected, the user hears a meeting ID confirmation and is asked to record a name before joining the meeting.

When Yes is selected, the user immediately joins the meeting after entering the meeting ID.

No/Yes

Default: No

Password required

Whether or not meetings scheduled by users in this group require a password.

This field also applies to reservationless meetings.

No/Yes

Default: No

Who can attend

Determines whether anyone or only profiled users may do the following:

Attend meetings scheduled by users in this group.

Listen to meetings recorded by users in this group.

If you select Users with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Profiles only, then only those who successfully authenticate to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express may attend the meetings.

Restriction: This field is ignored for reservationless meetings, which anyone may attend.

Anyone/
Users with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Profiles only

Default: Anyone

Publish meeting

Whether or not to publicly display meetings that are scheduled by users in this group on the Find Meeting end-user page.

While scheduling each meeting, users can override this setting and decide whether or not to publish the meetings, unless the end-user web interface is customized to hide this option.

Restriction: This field is ignored for reservationless meetings, which are always publicly listed after the first person joins the voice meeting.

No/Yes

Default: No

Host web meetings with

Whether or not web ports are reserved when users in this group set up meetings:

Full meeting room—Reserves web ports, if available.

Participant list only—Does not reserve web ports. Web meeting participants see the lite web meeting room.

For information about the features available in the full web meeting room and the lite web meeting room, see the User Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Note that this field applies to both scheduled and reservationless meetings.

Restriction: Changes to this field are applied to each user only when the user logs in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express after the change has been made. Therefore, if a user is logged in when this field is modified, the previous setting applies until the user logs out and logs back in.

Recommendation: If your system has fewer web ports than voice ports available for scheduled and reservationless meetings, then set this field to Participant list only (no licenses required) for most users. This configuration helps to keep web ports available for the users who need the full web meeting room to share files or applications. If you want all or most users to be able to schedule full web meetings, then make sure that an equal number of web ports and voice parts are available on your system for scheduled and reservationless meetings. See the "Information About Ports for Scheduled and Reservationless Meetings" section.

Full meeting room (licenses required)/
Participant list only (no licenses required)

Default: Full meeting room (licenses required)

Reserve voice licenses when setting up meetings

Whether or not voice ports are reserved when users in this group set up meetings:

Yes—Reserves voice ports, if available.

No—Does not reserve voice ports.

Note that this field applies to both scheduled and reservationless meetings.

Restriction: Changes to this field are applied to each user only when the user logs in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express after the change has been made. Therefore, if a user is logged in when this field is modified, the previous setting applies until the user logs out and logs back in.

No/Yes

Default: Yes

Restrictions

Use reservationless

Whether or not users in this group can set up and own reservationless meetings. This field displays (Yes) or hides (No) the Start Reservationless link in the web interface for users in this group.

Restriction: This field is ignored if the Enable reservationless field is set to No. See the "About This Page: Meeting Configuration" section.

No/Yes

Default: Yes

Maximum meeting length (minutes)

Maximum length of a meeting, in minutes. Users in this group cannot schedule meetings longer than this amount.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed the value entered in the Maximum meeting length (minutes) field. See the "About This Page: Meeting Configuration" section.

Range: 2 to 14401

Default: 240

Sending Notifications

Enable for meeting

Whether or not e-mail notifications are sent when users in this group schedule meetings.

Restriction: Notifications are never sent for reservationless meetings.

Recommendation: Use a consistent setting across your user base. Also, avoid changing this setting once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is already in use, because users might already expect and rely on the current e-mail notification behavior.

No/Yes

Default: Yes

Priority

Priority given to e-mail notifications sent when users in this group schedule meetings.

Low/Normal/Urgent

Default: Normal

Send if meeting changes

Whether or not e-mail notifications are sent when the following meeting parameters change:

Date or time

Password

Meeting ID

List of invitees

Recommendation: Use a consistent setting across your user base. Also, avoid changing this setting once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is already in use, because users might already expect and rely on the current e-mail notification behavior.

No/Yes

Default: No

Include participants list

Whether or not to include the names of meeting invitees in e-mail notifications sent when users in this group schedule meetings.

No/Yes

Default: No

Include password

Whether or not meeting passwords (if any) are included in e-mail notifications sent when users in this group schedule meetings.

Recommendation: Use a consistent setting across your user base. Also, avoid changing this setting once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is already in use, because users might already expect and rely on the current e-mail notification behavior.

No/Yes

Default: No

Receiving Notifications

Enable to receive

Whether or not users in this group receive e-mail notifications.

Recommendation: Use a consistent setting across your user base. Also, avoid changing this setting once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is already in use, because users might already expect and rely on the current e-mail notification behavior.

No/Yes

Default: Yes

Attending Meetings

Phone # for non-direct dial pagers

Shared phone number for a non-direct-dial pager system.

PIN numbers to access individual pagers are configured in the Pager # field in individual user profiles.

Restrictions:

This field applies only to users whose individual user profiles are configured with a non-direct-dial pager PIN number in the Pager type field.

Only the following characters are used to call the pager: 0-9, #, and *.

All other characters are ignored by the system but generate INFO events in the system log.

0 to 32 numeric characters2

1 The actual maximum value may be smaller than the stated range. See the restriction in the Description column for that field.

2 The required format for phone numbers is determined by the call-control device for your IP telephony network. Therefore, enter phone numbers in the same format used to dial similar numbers from a phone on the same IP telephony network as Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. For example, if calls within your company are made by dialing the last four digits of a phone number, then enter only the last four digits in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express for internal phone numbers. If, however, you want Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express to call a phone in a different area code, then you may need to include a 9 and the complete telephone number including the area code.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add User Group

Finding the Add User Group Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click User Configuration.

b. Click User Group Management.

Step 4 In the User Group Management page, click the Add New button.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add User Group

Tasks Using the Add User Group Page

The Add User Group page is used to complete the following tasks:

Adding User Groups Manually, page 8-25

Configuring Reservationless Meetings

Enabling Users to Reserve Voice Ports for Scheduled Meetings

Enabling Users to Reserve Web Ports for Scheduled Meetings

Configuring Zero-Port Voice Meetings

Configuring Web-Only Meetings

Configuring Requirements for Meeting Passwords

Restricting Access to Scheduled Meetings and Recordings

Enabling Languages

About This Page: Add User Profile

This page is used to define a new user profile and add it to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Add User Profile Page

Finding the Add User Profile Page

Tasks Using the Add User Profile Page

Fields on the Add User Profile Page


Note The Edit User Profiles Details page uses the same fields as the Add User Profile page.


Table C-6 Add User Profile Page Fields 

Field
Description
Value
Identification

First name

User's first name. Used in meeting participant lists and reports.

This field may contain spaces and the following characters:-.

Restriction: This field cannot contain the following special characters: !@#$%^&*()+=[]\';,/{}|\":<>?

Recommendation: (Guest profile only) Keep the default value or choose a name that clearly indicates a guest meeting participant.

0 to 32 alphanumeric characters

Default varies by profile:

Guest: Guest

Admin: Administrator

all others: blank

Last name

User's last name. Used in meeting participant lists and reports.

This field may contain spaces and the following characters:-.

Restriction: This field cannot contain the following special characters: !@#$%^&*()+=[]\';,/{}|\":<>?

Recommendation: (Guest profile only) Keep the default value or choose a name that clearly indicates a guest meeting participant.

1 to 32 alphanumeric characters

Default varies by profile:

Guest: User

Admin: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

all others: blank

User ID

Username used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation.

Note that the User ID and User password are used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation. The Profile Number and Profile Password are used to authenticate to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a touch-tone phone.

Restrictions:

This field cannot contain the following special characters: !@#$%^&*()+=-[]\';,/{}|":<>?

Uppercase characters are automatically converted to lowercase characters.

If this field is dimmed and marked with a padlock icon, then the user is authenticated by an external directory, and you cannot modify this field. See the "About the Methods of Adding User Profiles" section on page 8-4.

This field is dimmed and cannot be modified in the preconfigured Guest profile.

1 to 32 alphanumeric characters

User password

Password used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation.

Note that the User ID and User password are used to log in from a workstation. The Profile Number and Profile Password are used to authenticate from a touch-tone phone.

Restrictions:

Unicode is not supported.

If this field is dimmed and marked with a padlock icon, then the user is authenticated by an external directory, and you cannot modify this field. See the "About the Methods of Adding User Profiles" section on page 8-4.

(Guest profile only) Leave this field blank in the preconfigured Guest profile, because this Guest profile field is inherited in all new user profiles.

5 to 17 alphanumeric characters

User Password Confirm

Re-enter the password to match the previous field.

Restriction:

If this field is dimmed and marked with a padlock icon, then the user is authenticated by an external directory, and you cannot modify this field. See the "About the Methods of Adding User Profiles" section on page 8-4.

(Guest profile only) Leave this field blank in the preconfigured Guest profile, because this Guest profile field is inherited in all new user profiles.

5 to 17 alphanumeric characters

Last Changed

(Read Only) Date the User password was last changed.

Profile Number

Number that identifies this user profile. Used to authenticate to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a touch-tone phone.

Recommendation: Use the phone extension or voice-mail number of the user.

Note that the User ID and User password are used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation. The Profile Number and Profile Password are used to authenticate to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a touch-tone phone.

Restrictions:

If reservationless meetings are enabled on the system, then you cannot configure a profile number that matches an existing meeting ID. Similarly, users will not be able to schedule a meeting whose meeting ID matches an existing profile number. For more information about reservationless meetings, see the "Information About Reservationless Meetings" section.

If this field is dimmed and marked with a padlock icon, then the user is authenticated by an external directory, and you cannot modify this field. See the "About the Methods of Adding User Profiles" section on page 8-4.

This field is dimmed and cannot be modified in the preconfigured Guest profile.

1 to 17 numeric characters (0 - 9)

Profile Password

Password used to authenticate to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a touch-tone phone.

Set this as a temporary default password. Users must change their profile password when they first connect to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Note that the User ID and User password are used to log in from a workstation. The Profile Number and Profile Password are used to authenticate from a touch-tone phone.

Restrictions:

If this field is dimmed and marked with a padlock icon, then the user is authenticated by an external directory, and you cannot modify this field. See the "About the Methods of Adding User Profiles" section on page 8-4.

This field is dimmed and cannot be modified in the preconfigured Guest profile.

5 to 17 numeric characters (0 - 9)

Profile Password Confirm

Re-enter the password to match the previous field.

Restriction: If this field is dimmed and marked with a padlock icon, then the user is authenticated by an external directory, and you cannot modify this field. See the "About the Methods of Adding User Profiles" section on page 8-4.

5 to 17 numeric characters (0 - 9)

Last Changed

(Read Only) Date the Profile Password was last changed.

User Active

Whether this profile is active, inactive, or locked.

A user with an inactive user profile cannot log in. The user may still attend meetings that are not restricted to profiled users. See the "Information About the Active, Inactive, and Locked States of User Profiles" section on page 8-23.

Restriction: The preconfigured Admin profile cannot be locked.

No/Yes/Locked/
Group Default

Default: Group Default

Type of user

Type of user, which determines user privileges. See the "About the Types of Users" section on page 8-7.

Restriction: This field is dimmed and cannot be modified in the preconfigured Guest (End User) and Admin (System Mgr) profiles.

End User/
Delegate/
Attendant/
System Mgr

Default: End User

Group name

Name of user group, if any, to which this user profile belongs.

The drop-down menu displays the preconfigured System user group and all defined user groups, if any.

System/DefinedGroups

Default: System

E-mail address

E-mail address used in e-mail notifications.

Restriction: Must be in the following format:

1. a-z, A-Z, 0-9

2. Optional:

a. One of these characters: _,.,-

b. a-z, A-Z, 0-9

3. @

4. a-z, A-Z, 0-9, -

5. .

6. a-z, A-Z, 0-9—Only 2-4 characters are allowed at the end

Recommendation: (Guest profile only) Leave this field blank in the preconfigured Guest profile, because this Guest profile field is inherited in all new user profiles.

Examples:

me.myself@example.com

someone@example.com

0 to 128 alphanumeric characters

E-mail format

The format in which this user sends and receives e-mail messages.

txt/html

Default: html

E-mail type

Which type of notification is sent to this user for meetings that are scheduled from the end-user web interface:

SMTP—e-mail notification from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server

Exchange—Microsoft Outlook Calendar notification from the Microsoft Exchange Server

SMTP/Exchange/
Group Default

Default: Group Default

Main phone #

Primary phone number of user, used for dial-out features. See the "About Dial-Out Features and Voice Prompt Languages" section on page 8-11.

Restrictions:

Only the following characters are allowed: (),-. and 0-9.

(Guest profile only) Leave this field blank in the preconfigured Guest profile, because this Guest profile field is inherited in all new user profiles.

0 to 32 numeric characters1

Alternate phone #

Alternate phone number of user, used for dial-out features. See the "About Dial-Out Features and Voice Prompt Languages" section on page 8-11.

Restrictions:

Only the following characters are allowed: (),-. and 0-9.

(Guest profile only) Leave this field blank in the preconfigured Guest profile, because this Guest profile field is inherited in all new user profiles.

0 to 32 numeric characters1

Pager #

Pager number of user, used for dial-out features. The number you enter depends on the Pager type:

For a direct-dial pager, enter the phone number that directly reaches the pager.

For a non-direct-dial pager, enter the PIN used to access the specific pager. The shared phone number that the system first calls to reach the pager system is configured in the Phone # for non-direct dial pagers field in the user group.

See the "How the Find Me Feature Works With Pagers" section on page 8-14.

Restrictions:

Only the following characters are used to call the pager: 0-9, #, and *.

All other characters are ignored by the system but generate INFO events in the system log.

See the "Restrictions for Using the Find Me Feature With Pagers" section on page 8-15.

(Guest profile only) Leave this field blank in the preconfigured Guest profile, because this Guest profile field is inherited in all new user profiles.

0 to 32 numeric characters1

Pager type

Type of pager:

Direct-dial pager—Pager is reached directly by dialing a phone number.

Non-direct-dial pager—Pager is reached by dialing a phone number and entering a PIN that specifically identifies the pager. The phone number of the pager system is configured in the Phone # for non-direct dial pagers field in the user group.

Direct-dial pager/
Non-direct dial pager

Default: Direct-dial pager

Method of attending

The method by which this user joins the following types of meetings:

Meetings that are scheduled by this user.

Meetings to which this user is invited by profile.

Options:

Have user call in—User either calls into meetings or uses the Call Me dial-out feature from the web.

Have system find user—Enables the Find Me dial-out feature for this user.

See the "About Dial-Out Features and Voice Prompt Languages" section on page 8-11.

Have user call in/
Have system find user

Default: Have user call in

Search order for "Find Me"

The order in which the system attempts to call the user for the Find Me dial-out feature.

See the "About the Find Me Feature" section on page 8-13.

Main phone/
Alternate phone/
Pager

Defaults:

First: Main phone

Second: Alternate phone

Third: Pager

User ID of Delegate

Username of the delegate who is allowed to schedule, monitor, and reschedule meetings on behalf of this user and manage the user profile. For more information, see the "About Delegates" section on page 8-8.

Restriction: This field cannot contain the following special characters: !@#$%^&*()+=-[]\';,./{}|":<>?

1 to 30 alphanumeric characters

Default: Group Default

Region

Geographical region in which this user typically conducts business.

The setting in this field determines which options become available in the Time zone field.

Choose from the options in the drop-down menu.

Default: Other

Time zone

User's time zone. Set the time zone for the geographical location in which the user typically conducts business.

The drop-down menu options depend on which Region is selected.

Recommendations:

Do not use the setting called "Local time of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server," because the server time may be changed by the system administrator. Such a change may cause time discrepancies between meetings that are scheduled before and after each server time change.

See the "About Time Zones" section on page 8-17.

Group Default or choose from the options in the drop-down menu.

Default: Group Default

Language

User's preferred language. See the "About Language Preferences" section on page 8-18.

Options are the languages that were previously installed and activated on the system. See the "About Languages" section.

Choose from the options in the drop-down menu.

Default: Group Default

Billing Code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

Recommendations:

Follow existing conventions at your company, such as department codes.

(Guest profile only) Leave this field blank in the preconfigured Guest profile, because this Guest profile field is inherited in all new user profiles.

0 to 17 alphanumeric characters

Default: Group Default

Recording

Who can access

(Read Only) Ignore this field.

The value configured in the Who can attend field determines who can listen to meetings recorded by this user.

Outdial Meeting Defaults

Can call out of meetings

Whether or not dial-out privileges are enabled for this user.

To enable dial-out privileges and the Find Me feature, select Yes.

For more information, see the following topics:

About Dial-Out Features and Voice Prompt Languages, page 8-11

About the Find Me Feature, page 8-13.

No/Yes

Default: No

Ask for profile password

Whether or not a dialed-out participant must provide a profile password before being admitted into the meeting.

For more information, see the "About Dial-Out Features and Voice Prompt Languages" section on page 8-11.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Meeting Preferences

Entry announcement

Announcement played when this user joins meetings.

Beep only/
Beep+Name/
Silent/
Group Default

Default: Group Default

Departure announcement

Announcement played when this user leaves meetings.

Beep only/
Beep+Name/
Silent/
Group Default

Default: Group Default

Skip pre-meeting option

Whether or not this user immediately joins meetings after entering the meeting ID.

When No is selected, the user hears a meeting ID confirmation and is asked to record a name before joining the meeting.

When Yes is selected, the user immediately joins the meeting after entering the meeting ID.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Password required

Whether or not meetings scheduled by this user require a password.

This field also applies to reservationless meetings.

Restriction: This field is ignored if the Minimum meeting password length field in the Meeting Configuration page is set to 0.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Who can attend

Determines whether anyone or only profiled users may do the following:

Attend meetings scheduled by this user.

Listen to meetings recorded by this user.

If you select Users with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Profiles only, then only those who successfully authenticate to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express may attend the meetings.

Restriction: This field is ignored for reservationless meetings, which anyone may attend.

Anyone/
Users with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express profiles only/
Group Default

Publish meeting

Whether or not to publicly display meetings that are scheduled by this user on the Find Meeting end-user page.

While scheduling each meeting, the user can override this setting and decide whether or not to publish the meetings, unless the end-user web interface is customized to hide this option.

Restriction: This field is ignored for reservationless meetings, which are always publicly listed after the first person joins the voice meeting.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Host web meetings with

Whether or not web ports are reserved when users in this group set up meetings:

Full meeting room—Reserves web ports, if available.

Participant list only—Does not reserve web ports. Web meeting participants see the lite web meeting room.

For information about the features available in the full web meeting room and the lite web meeting room, see the User Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Note that this field applies to both scheduled and reservationless meetings.

Restriction: Changes to this field are applied to each user only when the user logs in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express after the change has been made. Therefore, if a user is logged in when this field is modified, the previous setting applies until the user logs out and logs back in.

Recommendation: If your system has fewer web ports than voice ports available for scheduled and reservationless meetings, then set this field to Participant list only (no licenses required) for most users. This configuration helps to keep web ports available for the users who need the full web meeting room to share files or applications. If you want all or most users to be able to schedule full web meetings, then make sure that an equal number of web ports and voice parts are available on your system for scheduled and reservationless meetings. See the "Information About Ports for Scheduled and Reservationless Meetings" section.

Full meeting room (licenses required)/
Participant list only (no licenses required)/
Group Default

Default: Group Default

Reserve voice licenses when setting up meetings

Whether or not voice ports are reserved when users in this group set up meetings:

Yes—Reserves voice ports, if available.

No—Does not reserve voice ports.

Note that this field applies to both scheduled and reservationless meetings.

Restriction: Changes to this field are applied to each user only when the user next logs in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express after the change has been made. Therefore, if a user is logged in when this field is modified, the previous setting applies until the user logs out and logs back in.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Restrictions

Use reservationless

Whether or not this user can own reservationless meetings. This field displays (Yes) or hides (No) the Start Reservationless link in the web interface for this end user.

Restriction: This field is ignored if the Enable reservationless field is set to No. See the "About This Page: Meeting Configuration" section.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Maximum meeting length (minutes)

Maximum length of a meeting, in minutes. This user cannot schedule meetings longer than this amount.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed the value entered in the Maximum meeting length (minutes) field. See the "About This Page: Meeting Configuration" section.

Range: 2 to 1440

Default: Group Default

Sending Notifications

Enabled for this meeting

Whether or not notifications are sent when this user schedules meetings.

For reservationless meetings, notifications are not sent.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Priority

Priority given to e-mail notifications sent when this user schedules meetings.

Low/Normal/Urgent/
Group Default

Default: Group Default

Send if meeting changes

Whether or not e-mail notifications are sent when the following meeting parameters change:

Date or time

Password

Meeting ID

List of invitees

Recommendation: Use a consistent setting across your user base. Also, avoid changing this setting once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is already in use, because users might already expect and rely on the current e-mail notification behavior.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Include participant list

Whether or not to include the names of meeting invitees in e-mail notifications sent when this user schedules meetings.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Include password

Whether or not the meeting password (if any) is included in e-mail notifications sent when this user schedules a meeting.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

Receiving Notifications

Enable for receive

Whether or not this user receives e-mail notifications.

No/Yes/Group Default

Default: Group Default

1 The required format for phone numbers is determined by the call-control device for your IP telephony network. Therefore, enter phone numbers in the same format used to dial similar numbers from a phone on the same IP telephony network as Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. For example, if calls within your company are made by dialing the last four digits of a phone number, then enter only the last four digits in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express for internal phone numbers. If, however, you want Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express to call a phone in a different area code, then you may need to include a 9 and the complete telephone number including the area code.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add User Profile

Customizing the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express End-User Interfaces

Finding the Add User Profile Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click User Configuration.

b. Click User Profile Management.

Step 4 Click the Add New button.


Related Topics

About This Page: Add User Profile

Tasks Using the Add User Profile Page

The Add User Profile page is used to complete the following tasks:

Adding User Profiles Manually, page 8-28

Configuring Reservationless Meetings

Enabling Users to Reserve Voice Ports for Scheduled Meetings

Enabling Users to Reserve Web Ports for Scheduled Meetings

Configuring Zero-Port Voice Meetings

Configuring Web-Only Meetings

Configuring Continuous Meetings

Configuring Requirements for Meeting Passwords

Restricting Access to Scheduled Meetings and Recordings

Enabling Languages

About This Page: Alarms

This page is used to display, delete, and export alarms in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Alarms Page

Finding the Alarms Page

Tasks Using the Alarms Page

Fields on the Alarms Page

Table C-7 Alarms Page Fields 

Field
Description

Severity

Magnitude of the alarm. Can be major or minor.

Code

A number associated with this alarm.

Count

The number of times that the error occurred that triggered the alarm.

First Time

The first time that the error occurred that triggered the alarm.

Last Time

The most recent time that the error occurred that triggered the alarm.

Unit

This is always set to 0.

Software Module

The specific Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express software module. Used for software faults only.


Related Topics

About This Page: Alarms

Finding the Alarms Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Services.

b. Click Alarms.


Related Topics

About This Page: Alarms

Tasks Using the Alarms Page

The Alarms page is used to complete the following task:

Viewing, Deleting, and Exporting Alarms

About This Page: Audio Parameters

This page enables you to modify settings for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express audio mixer. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Audio Parameters Page

Finding the Audio Parameters Page

Tasks Using the Audio Parameters Page

Fields on the Audio Parameters Page

Table C-8 Audio Parameters Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Maximum jitter buffer (milliseconds)

Maximum length of time, in milliseconds, that the RTP jitter buffer holds voice packets.

If voice packets are held in the jitter buffer for too short a time, variations in delay may cause the buffer to underrun (become empty) and cause gaps in speech. On the other hand, packets that arrive at a full buffer will be dropped, which also causes gaps in speech.

For more information about the jitter buffer, see the "About the Jitter Buffer Component" section.

Range: 100 to 250

Default: 250

Default G.711 packet size (milliseconds)

Default size, in milliseconds, of G.711 packets.

10/20/30

Default: 20

RTP starting port

Lowest port number to which RTP packets are sent.

Range: 16384 to 32526

Default 16384

QOS DSCP

Layer 3 traffic classification applied to RTP packets to differentiate the voice packets from data packets.

Recommendation: Keep the default value of this field. The other values are available for the rare instances when the network requires a different DSCP setting.

For more information, see "About Quality of Service Requirements" section.

Choose from the options in the drop-down menu

Default: EF DSCP (101110)

TTL

Time to live, in hops, for transmitted voice packets.

Range: 1 to 64

Default: 64

RFC2833 payload type

Payload type for RFC2833 digits, tones, and signals.

Recommendation: Contact your network administrator for the payload type used in your network.

Range: 96 - 127

Default: 101

Voice activity detect

Whether or not to accommodate background noise when determining who is the active speaker.

If you select Yes, the performance of the audio mixer may degrade somewhat, because the voice activity detect process is CPU intensive.

If you select No, the active speaker is selected without any consideration to the background noise level.

For more information, see the "About Voice Activity Detection Support" section.

Yes/No

Default: No


Related Topics

About This Page: Audio Parameters

Finding the Audio Parameters Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Call Configuration.

c. Click Audio Parameters.


Related Topics

About This Page: Audio Parameters

Tasks Using the Audio Parameters Page

The Audio Parameters page is used to complete the following task:

Configuring Audio Parameters

About This Page: Billing Report

This page provides billing information for all meetings held in a specified date range. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Billing Report Page

Output Fields of the Billing Report Page

Finding the Billing Report Page

Tasks Using the Billing Report Page

Fields on the Billing Report Page

Table C-9 Billing Report Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Report type

The format in which you want the billing report delivered.

html
txt

Default: html

Destination

Destination of the generated report output. For descriptions and restrictions for each option, see the "About Report Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Start date

The starting date for the billing report.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: yesterday's date

End date

The ending date for the billing report.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date

Cents per minute (voice)

Billing rate, in cents, used to calculate the usage cost for voice meetings.

Range: 0 to 5000

Default: 20

Cents per minute (full web)

Billing rate, in cents, used to calculate the usage cost for full web meetings.

Range: 0 to 5000

Default: 20

Cents per minute (lite web)

Billing rate, in cents, used to calculate the usage cost for lite web meetings.

Range: 0 to 5000

Default: 20

Check Boxes

Show all fields

Displays all fields in the report output.

Unchecking this check box clears all check boxes, except Billing code, User ID, and Meeting ID.

Billing code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

Note that this check box cannot be cleared.

User ID

Username of the meeting scheduler.

Note that this check box cannot be cleared.

Name

Name of the meeting scheduler.

Date/Time

Date and time the meeting started.

Meeting ID

Meeting ID, which uniquely identifies the meeting. If you do not specify one, the system automatically assigns your phone number as the meeting ID.

Note that this check box cannot be cleared.

Voice minutes

Number of minutes used for all voice-only meetings.

Voice cost

Calculated cost of all voice-only meetings.

Full web minutes

Number of minutes used for all full-web meetings.

Full web cost

Calculated cost of all full-web meetings.

Roster-only web minutes

Number of minutes used for all lite meeting room meetings.

Roster-only web cost

Calculated cost of all lite meeting room meetings.

Total cost

Sum of the Voice cost, Full web cost, and Roster-only web cost.


Related Topics

About This Page: Billing Report

Output Fields of the Billing Report Page

The Billing Report page provides billing information for all meetings held in the specified date range. The report output is grouped by billing code and user. Table C-10 describes the output fields.

Table C-10 Billing Report Page Output Fields 

Field
Description

Billing Code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

User ID

ID of the end user.

Name

First and last name of the end user.

Date/Time

Date and time at which the meeting was held.

Meeting ID

Meeting ID, which uniquely identifies the meeting. If you do not specify one, the system automatically assigns your phone number as the meeting ID.

Voice Minutes

Total number of minutes used by all voice-only meeting participants during this meeting.

Voice Cost

Voice cost of the meeting, calculated by multiplying the Voice Minutes output field by the value configured in the Cents per minute (voice) field.

Full Web Minutes

Total number of minutes used by all full-web meeting participants during this meeting.

Full Web Cost

Full web cost of the meeting, calculated by multiplying the Full Web Minutes output field by the value configured in the Cents per minute (full web) field.

Roster-only Web Minutes

Total number of minutes used by all lite meeting room participants during this meeting.

Roster-only Web Cost

Roster-only web cost of the meeting, calculated by multiplying the Roster-only Web Minutes output field by the value configured in the Cents per minute (lite web) field.

Total Cost

Sum of the Voice Cost, Full Web Cost, and Roster-only Web Cost.

Total Meeting Stats User <User ID>

Total sum of the following fields for the specified end user:

Voice Minutes

Voice Cost

Full Web Minutes

Full Web Cost

Roster-only Web Minutes

Roster-only Web Cost

Total Cost

Total Meetings for User <User ID>

Total number of meetings billed to the specified end user.

Total Meeting Stats for Bill Code <Billing Code>

Sum of the following fields for all end users assigned to the specified billing code:

Voice Minutes

Voice Cost

Full Web Minutes

Full Web Cost

Roster-only Web Minutes

Roster-only Web Cost

Total Cost

Total Meetings for Bill Code <Billing Code>:

Total number of meetings billed to this billing code.


Related Topics

About This Page: Billing Report

Finding the Billing Report Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Reports.

b. Click Billing Report.


Related Topics

About This Page: Billing Report

Tasks Using the Billing Report Page

The Billing Report page is used to complete the following tasks:

Running a Report about Billing

About This Page: Call Configuration

The Call Configuration page leads to other pages with the options listed in Table C-12.


About This Page: Certificate Management

The Certificate Management page leads to other pages with the options listed in Table C-12.


About This Page: Configure Backup

This page is used to configure automatic system backups and archiving. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Configure Backup Page

Finding the Configure Backup Page

Tasks Using the Configure Backup Page

Fields on the Configure Backup Page

Table C-13 Configure Backup Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Enable automatic backup

Defines whether to enable the system to automatically perform Level 0 (L0), Level 1(L1), and Level 2 (L2) database backups.

Yes
No

Default: Yes

Enable automatic archiving

Defines whether to enable the system to automatically archive the database after a backup.

Yes
No

Default: No

Archiving method

Selects the method for archiving the backup files and other critical files.

See the following sections:

Requirements for the SSH/rsync Archiving Method

Restrictions for the FTP Archiving Method

Requirements for the FTP Archiving Method

Remote (SSH/rsync)
Remote (FTP)

Default: Remote (SSH/rsync)

Pathname location of archive

Defines the location of the directory where the archived database is saved.

Any valid directory.

Default: /dev/null

Remote archive host

Defines the name of the host to which the files are archived.

Host name or IP address of the remote machine.

Default: localhost

Remote host username

Defines the username used to authenticate to the remote host.

Username used on the remote machine.

Default: root

Remote host password

Defines the password used to authenticate to the remote host.

Note that to ensure security, the password is displayed as asterisks.

Password associated with the username used on the remote machine.

Default: *************

Notification e-mail

Defines the e-mail address to which the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system sends the archive execution status.

Any valid e-mail address.


Related Topics

About This Page: Configure Backup

Finding the Configure Backup Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Configure Backup.


Related Topics

About This Page: Configure Backup

Tasks Using the Configure Backup Page

The Configure Backup page is used to complete the following task:

Configuring Backups

About This Page: Custom Prompts

This page is used to add and delete custom voice prompts from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Custom Prompts Page

Display Options for the Custom Prompts Page

Finding the Custom Prompts Page

Tasks Using the Custom Prompts Page

Fields on the Custom Prompts Page

Table C-14 Custom Prompts Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Installed languages

The languages that are currently installed on your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.

Choose from the drop-down menu of installed languages.

Default: English (US)

File to upload

The name of the file that contains the custom voice prompt to upload.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Files

Lists all custom voice prompts that have been uploaded.


Related Topics

About This Page: Custom Prompts

Display Options for the Custom Prompts Page

By default, the Custom Prompt page displays 20 custom voice prompts per page. Table C-15 describes how to change how custom voice prompts are displayed.

Table C-15 Custom Prompt Page Display Options 

To
Do This

Display a shorter or longer list of custom voice prompts in one view

At the bottom of the page, in the Rows per page field, select the number of custom voice prompts to display. You can choose 10, 20, or 30.

Display a different page of custom voice prompts

At the bottom of the page, do one of the following:

In the Go field, enter the page number to display, and click Go.

Click the arrows to page through the list.


Related Topics

About This Page: Custom Prompts

Finding the Custom Prompts Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Custom Prompts.


Related Topics

About This Page: Custom Prompts

Tasks Using the Custom Prompts Page

The Custom Prompt page is used to complete the following tasks:

Customizing Voice Prompts

Deleting Custom Voice Prompts

About This Page: Customize Interface

The Customize Interface page leads to other pages with the options listed in Table C-16.


About This Page: Customize Schedule Meeting Page

This page is used to customize the fields that end users see when they schedule a meeting. Topics in this section include:

Field Headers on the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Fields on the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Finding the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Tasks Using the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Field Headers on the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Table C-17 Customize Schedule Meeting Page Field Headers 

Header
Description

Scheduling Fields

The name of the field that is displayed on the scheduling page that the end user sees.

Basic Settings

Specifies if the scheduling field should be displayed by default on the Schedule Meeting page.

Advanced Settings

Specifies if the scheduling field should be displayed when the end user clicks More Options on the Schedule Meeting page.

Show

Specifies if this field should be displayed on the Schedule Meetings page.


Related Topics

About This Page: Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Fields on the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Table C-18 Customize Schedule Meeting Page Fields 

Field
Description

Publish meeting

Whether or not to publicly display this meeting on the Find Meeting page.

Billing code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

Language

The language for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express voice prompts.

Who can attend

If anyone can attend this meeting or only end users with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express profiles can attend this meeting.

Entry announcement

Announcement played when this end user joins a meeting.

Exit announcement

Announcement played when this end user exits a meeting.


Related Topics

About This Page: Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Finding the Customize Schedule Meeting Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Customize Interface.

b. Click Customize Schedule Meeting Page.


Related Topics

About This Page: Customize Schedule Meeting Page

Tasks Using the Customize Schedule Meeting Page

The Customize Schedule Meeting Page is used to complete the following task:

Customizing the End User's Schedule Meeting Page

About This Page: Customize the Edit Profile Page

This page is used to customize the fields that end users see when they update their user profiles. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Customize the Edit Profile Page

Finding the Customize the Edit Profile Page

Tasks Using the Customize the Edit Profile Page

Fields on the Customize the Edit Profile Page

Table C-19 Customize Edit User Profile Page Fields 

Field
Description
Headers

Profile Fields

The name of the field that is displayed on the Edit Profile page in the end-user web interface.

Show

Specifies if this field should be displayed on the Edit Profile page in the end-user web interface.

Fields
Equivalent User Profile Field

First name

First name

Last name

Last name

Group name

Group name

Method of attending

Method of attending

Find me at 1

Find me at 2

Find me at 3

Search order for "Find Me"

Language

Language

Time zone

Time zone

Assign delegate

User ID of Delegate

Publish meeting

Publish meeting

Billing code

Billing Code

Who can attend

Who can attend

Entry announcement

Entry announcement

Exit announcement

Departure announcement


Related Topics

About This Page: Customize the Edit Profile Page

Finding the Customize the Edit Profile Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Customize Interface.

b. Click Customize Edit User Profile Page.


Related Topics

About This Page: Customize the Edit Profile Page

Tasks Using the Customize the Edit Profile Page

The Customize Edit User Profile Page is used to complete the following task:

Customizing the End User's Edit Profile Page

About This Page: Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

This page is used to show or hide the "Download Outlook Plug-In" link at the bottom of the Attend and Schedule Meeting end-user web pages. Topics in this section include:

Options for the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

Finding the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

Tasks Using the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

Options for the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

Table C-20 Customize Outlook Plug-In Download Page Options 

To
Do This

Show the "Download Outlook Plug-In" link at the bottom of the Attend end-user web page

Check the check box in the "Attend" row.

Hide the "Download Outlook Plug-In" link at the bottom of the Attend end-user web page

Uncheck the check box in the "Attend" row.

Show the "Download Outlook Plug-In" link at the bottom of the Schedule end-user web page

Check the check box in the "Schedule" row.

Hide the "Download Outlook Plug-In" link at the bottom of the Schedule end-user web page

Uncheck the check box in the "Schedule" row.


Related Topics

About This Page: Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

About This Page: Outlook Plug-In Configuration

About This Page: Exchange Server Configuration

Information About Microsoft Outlook Integration, page B-1

Finding the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Customize Interface.

b. Click Customize Outlook Plug-In Download.


Related Topics

About This Page: Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

Information About Microsoft Outlook Integration, page B-1

Tasks Using the Customize Outlook Plug-In Download

The Customize Outlook Plug-In Download Page is used to complete the following task:

Showing or Hiding the "Download Outlook Plug-In" Link in the End-User Web Interface

About This Page: Dial Configuration

This page is used to connect Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express to a call-control device, such as Cisco Unified CallManager. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Dial Configuration Page

Finding the Dial Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Dial Configuration Page

Fields on the Dial Configuration Page

Table C-21 Dial Configuration Fields 

Field  
Description
Value
Outdials

Outdials

Whether dial-out calls use H.323 or SIP.

H.323/SIP

Default: H.323

Save

Saves the dial-out settings.

Direct Meeting Dial-in

edit

Opens the Dial Configuration Details page, from which you can create or edit the dialing group.

For more information about dialing groups, see the "About Direct Meeting Dial-In" section.

Delete Selected

Deletes the dialing groups with checked check boxes.

Cancel

Exits the page without saving any changes.


Related Topics

About This Page: Dial Configuration

Finding the Dial Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Call Configuration.

c. Click Dial Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: Dial Configuration

Tasks Using the Dial Configuration Page

The Dial Configuration page is used to complete the following tasks:

Configuring Direct Meeting Dial-In

Configuring Call-Control Integration for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

About This Page: Dial Configuration Details

This page is used to configure dialing groups, which associate specific phone numbers with specific meeting IDs. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Dial Configuration Details Page

Finding the Dial Configuration Details Page

Tasks Using the Dial Configuration Details Page

Fields on the Dial Configuration Details Page

Table C-22 Dial Configuration Details Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Group number

(Read only) Which dialing group you are viewing or modifying.

Range: 1 to 12

Phone number

Phone number that callers can use to directly connect to a specific meeting.

Meeting ID

Meeting ID, which uniquely identifies the meeting.


Related Topics

About This Page: Dial Configuration Details

Finding the Dial Configuration Details Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Call Configuration.

c. Click Dial Configuration.

Step 4 Click Edit on one of the twelve Direct Meeting Dial-in table rows.


Related Topics

About This Page: Dial Configuration Details

Tasks Using the Dial Configuration Details Page

The Dial Configuration Details page is used to complete the following tasks:

Configuring Direct Meeting Dial-In

About This Page: Disable SSL

This page is used to disable SSL in your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. Topics in this section include:

Finding the Disable SSL Page

Tasks Using the Disable SSL Page

Finding the Disable SSL Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Certificate Management.

b. Click Disable SSL.


Related Topics

About This Page: Disable SSL

Tasks Using the Disable SSL Page

The Disable SSL page is used to complete the following task:

Disabling SSL

About This Page: Disk Usage Report

This page is used to run reports about disk usage to track available recording space in current disks. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Disk Usage Report Page

Output Fields of the Disk Usage Report Page

Finding the Disk Usage Report Page

Tasks Using the Disk Usage Report Page

Fields on the Disk Usage Report Page

Table C-23 Disk Usage Report Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Report type

The format in which you want the report delivered.

html
txt

Default: html

Destination

Destination of the generated report output. For descriptions and restrictions for each option, see the "About Report Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Start date

The starting date for the disk usage report.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: yesterday's date

End date

The ending date for the disk usage report.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date

Check Boxes

Show all fields

Displays all fields in the report output.

Unchecking this check box clears all check boxes, except Organizer and Conference name.

Organizer

Name of the meeting scheduler.

Note that this check box cannot be cleared.

Billing code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

Scheduled length

Length of time scheduled for the meeting.

Dialable conference ID

Meeting ID.

Meeting recording

Whether or not this meeting was recorded.

Roll call

Number of minutes used to record the participant names or locations.

Conference name

Meeting subject.

Note that this check box cannot be cleared.

Date held

Date and time that this meeting took place.

Disk space purge date

Date and time after which the meeting recordings will be deleted from the file system.

Actual length

Actual meeting length, from when the first meeting participant joined to when the last meeting participant left.

Total recording space

Total amount of disk space used for recording.


Related Topics

About This Page: Disk Usage Report

Output Fields of the Disk Usage Report Page

The report output provides disk usage information for all meetings held in the specified date range. The report output is grouped by end user.

Table C-24 Disk Usage Report Page Output Fields 

Field
Description

Organizer

First and last name of the meeting scheduler.

Mtg ID

ID of the meeting.

Mtg Name

Meeting subject.

Date Held

Date and time that the meeting took place.

Billing Code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

Disk Space Purge Date

Date and time after which the meeting recordings will be deleted.

Scheduled Length (Minutes)

Scheduled meeting length, in minutes.

Actual Length (Minutes)

Actual meeting length, in minutes, from when the first meeting participant joined to when the last meeting participant left.

Roll Call (Minutes)

Length, in minutes, of recorded participant names or locations.

Meeting Recording (Minutes)

Length, in minutes, of the meeting recording.

Meeting recordings typically use 16 kilobits of disk space per recorded second.

Total Recording Space (Minutes)

Number of minutes used to record the meeting, participant names or locations, the meeting subject, and introductions to the recorded file.

Total Disk Usage Stats for <Name>

Sums of the following columns for the end user:

Scheduled Length (Minutes)

Actual Length (Minutes)

Roll Call (Minutes)

Meeting Recording (Minutes)

Total Recording Space (Minutes)

Total Meetings

Total number of meetings in this report that were scheduled by the end user.


Related Topics

About This Page: Disk Usage Report

Finding the Disk Usage Report Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Reports.

b. Click Disk Usage Report.


Related Topics

About This Page: Disk Usage Report

Tasks Using the Disk Usage Report Page

The Disk Usage Report page is used to complete the following tasks:

Running a Report about Disk Usage

About This Page: Display Certificate

This page is used to display details of your certificates, such as the valid dates and signatures. Topics in this section include:

Finding the Display Certificate Page

Tasks Using the Display Certificate Page

Finding the Display Certificate Page

Related Topics

About This Page: Display Certificate

Tasks Using the Display Certificate Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Displaying a Certificate

About This Page: Download a Language Property File

This page is used to download language property files from Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Language property files define the language translations of tags used in e-mail notification templates. Topics in this section include:

Finding the Download a Language Property File Page

Tasks Using the Download a Language Property File Page

Finding the Download a Language Property File Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click E-Mail Service Administration.

c. Click E-Mail Notification Template Configuration.

d. Click Download a Language Property File.


Related Topics

About This Page: Download a Language Property File

Tasks Using the Download a Language Property File Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Downloading a Language Property File

About This Page: Download Certificate

This page is used to download certificates from Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Topics in this section include:

Finding the Download Certificate Page

Tasks Using the Download Certificate Page

Finding the Download Certificate Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Certificate Management.

b. Click Download Certificates.


Related Topics

About This Page: Download Certificate

Tasks Using the Download Certificate Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Downloading a Certificate

About This Page: Download Certificate Signing Request

This page is used to generate certificate signing requests (CSRs).Topics in this section include:

Finding the Download Certificate Signing Request Page

Tasks Using the Download Certificate Signing Request Page

Finding the Download Certificate Signing Request Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Certificate Management.

b. Click Generate CSRs.

Step 4 On the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) page, enter values in the fields, which are described in the "About This Page: Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs)" section.

Step 5 Click Generate CSRs.


Related Topics

About This Page: Download Certificate Signing Request

Tasks Using the Download Certificate Signing Request Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Obtaining Certificates

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

This page is used to edit language property files, which define the language translations of tags used in e-mail notifications. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Edit Language Property File Page

Editing Area of the Edit Language Property File Page

Finding the Edit Language Property File Page

Tasks Using the Edit Language Property File Page

Fields on the Edit Language Property File Page

Table C-25 Edit Language Property File Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Language:

Which language property file to view and modify.

Choose from the drop-down menu of installed and enabled languages.

Default: en_US (U.S. English)


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

Editing Area of the Edit Language Property File Page

Use the editing area on this page to modify language property files, which define the language translations of the tags used in the templates.

Because the same tags are used in multiple templates, you should preview all templates after modifying a language property file.

To view or modify a different language property file, modify the Language: field at the top of the page.

Related Topics

Editing Templates for E-Mail Notifications

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

Finding the Edit Language Property File Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click E-Mail Service Administration.

c. Click E-Mail Notification Template Configuration.

d. Click Edit Language Property File.


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

Tasks Using the Edit Language Property File Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Editing a Language Property File

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

This page is used to modify the content and appearance of e-mail notifications.Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

Editing Areas of the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

Finding the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

Tasks Using the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

Fields on the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

Table C-26 Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Template

Which template is being modified:

NotifyCancelAll—All meetings from the recurring chain cancelled

NotifyCancel—Meeting cancelled

NotifyReSchedule—Meeting rescheduled

NotifySchedule—New meeting scheduled

NotifyScheduleRes—(Outlook only) New reservationless meeting

EmailBlast—E-mail blast

NotifyCancelAll/
NotifyCancel/
NotifyReSchedule/
NotifySchedule/
NotifyScheduleRes/
EmailBlast

Default: NotifyCancelAll

Format

Whether to modify the HTML or text version of the template.

If you modify an e-mail notification template, you must modify both the HTML and plain text formats to keep them consistent with each other. Otherwise, users may receive different information about the same meeting, depending on the E-mail format setting in each user profile.

html/txt

Default: html

Language

Which language property file to view and modify.

Choose from the drop-down menu of installed and enabled languages.

Default: en_US (U.S. English)


Related Topics

E-Mail Notification Template Types

Information About E-Mail Notification Templates and Language Property Files

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

Editing Areas of the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

The Edit Master Template (Advanced) page has two editing areas:

Left—Use the editing area on the left side of the page to modify the appearance of e-mail notifications.

For the HTML format, you can modify the font, size, color, and alignment of the text. You can also insert horizontal lines and hypertext links and modify the location of the graphics.

The tags ($notify_xxxx) are defined in language property files, one of which appears on the right side of the page.

Right—Use the editing area on the right side of the page to modify language property files, which define the language translations of the tags used in the templates.

Because the same tags are used in multiple templates, you should preview all templates after modifying a language property file.

To view or modify a different language property file, modify the Language field at the top of the page.


Note The following notes apply to the graphics in e-mail notifications:

The HTML templates display only the size and location of each graphic.

Graphics cannot be previewed through the Administration Center and are displayed only in actual e-mail notifications.

E-mail notification graphics cannot be modified or replaced.

New graphics cannot be added to e-mail notifications.


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

Finding the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click E-Mail Service Administration.

c. Click E-Mail Notification Template Configuration.

d. Click Edit Master Template (Advanced).


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

Tasks Using the Edit Master Template (Advanced) Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Editing Templates for E-Mail Notifications

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

This page is used to modify the content and appearance of e-mail notifications. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Editing Area of the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Finding the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Tasks Using the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Fields on the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Table C-27 Edit Master Template (Basic) Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Template

Which template is being modified:

NotifyCancelAll—All meetings from the recurring chain cancelled

NotifyCancel—Meeting cancelled

NotifyReSchedule—Meeting rescheduled

NotifySchedule—New meeting scheduled

NotifyScheduleRes—(Outlook only) New reservationless meeting

EmailBlast—E-mail blast

NotifyCancelAll/
NotifyCancel/
NotifyReSchedule/
NotifySchedule/
NotifyScheduleRes/
EmailBlast

Default: NotifyCancelAll

Format

Whether to modify the HTML or text version of the template.

If you modify an e-mail notification template, you must modify both the HTML and plain text formats to keep them consistent with each other. Otherwise, users may receive different information about the same meeting, depending on the E-mail format setting in each user profile.

html/txt

Default: html


Related Topics

E-Mail Notification Template Types

Information About E-Mail Notification Templates and Language Property Files

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

Editing Area of the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

Use the editing area on the Edit Master Template (Basic) page to modify the appearance of e-mail notifications.

For the HTML format, you can modify the font, size, color, and alignment of the text. You can also insert horizontal lines and hypertext links and modify the location of the graphics.

The tags ($notify_xxxx) are defined in language property files.


Note The following notes apply to the graphics in e-mail notifications:

The HTML templates display only the size and location of each graphic.

Graphics cannot be previewed through the Administration Center and are displayed only in actual e-mail notifications.

E-mail notification graphics cannot be modified or replaced.

New graphics cannot be added to e-mail notifications.


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

Finding the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click E-Mail Service Administration.

c. Click E-Mail Notification Template Configuration.

d. Click Edit Master Template (Basic).


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

Tasks Using the Edit Master Template (Basic) Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Editing Templates for E-Mail Notifications

About This Page: Edit SNMP Community String

This page is used to edit SNMP community strings in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Edit SNMP Community String Page

Finding the Edit SNMP Community String Page

Tasks Using the Edit SNMP Community String Page

Fields on the Edit SNMP Community String Page

Table C-28 Edit SNMP Community String Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Community string

The name of the SNMP community string that you are adding or editing.

Note that this field is dimmed. You cannot edit the name of an existing community string.

Accept SNMP packets from any host

Select this radio button to allow the SNMP community string to accept SNMP packets from any host.

Accept SNMP packets only from these hosts:

Select this radio button to allow the SNMP community string to accept SNMP packets only from hosts that you specify.

Host IP address

If you choose the Accept SNMP packets only from these hosts: radio button, enter an IP address and click Insert to allow the SNMP community string to accept SNMP packets from this IP address.

Valid IP address

Host IP addresses

If you choose the Accept SNMP packets only from these hosts: radio button, this field lists all IP addresses from which this SNMP community string can accept SNMP packets. To remove an IP address from this list, highlight it and click Remove.

Valid IP addresses

Access privileges

The access privilege given to this SNMP community string. Access privileges provide security by restricting the ability to alter the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.

Read only
Read write
Read write notify
Notify only
None


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit SNMP Community String

Finding the Edit SNMP Community String Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click SNMP.

c. Click Community Strings.

Step 4 Click the underlined name of a community string.


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit SNMP Community String

Tasks Using the Edit SNMP Community String Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Editing an SNMP Community String

About This Page: Edit SNMP Notification Destination

This page is used to edit SNMP notification destinations. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page

Finding the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page

Tasks Using the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page

Fields on the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page

Table C-29 Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Destination IP address

The IP address for this notification destination.

Note that this field is dimmed.

Port number

The port number for this IP address.

A valid port number

SNMP version

The SNMP version that this notification destination uses.

V1
V2C

Notification type

The notification type for this notification destination.

Note that this field is dimmed if you selected SNMP version 1. SNMP version 1 only supports traps.

inform
trap

Security level

The security level for this notification destination.

Note that this field is dimmed.

Community string

The name of the SNMP community string associated with this notification destination.

Note that this field is dimmed.


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit SNMP Notification Destination

Finding the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click SNMP.

c. Click Notification Destinations.

Step 4 Click the underlined IP address of a notification destination.


Related Topics

About This Page: Edit SNMP Notification Destination

Tasks Using the Edit SNMP Notification Destination Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Editing an SNMP Notification Destination

About This Page: Edit User Groups Details


Note The Edit User Groups Details page uses the same fields as the Add User Group page.


This page is used to modify an existing user group in the database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Edit User Groups Details Page

Finding the Edit User Groups Details Page

Tasks Using the Edit User Groups Details Page

Fields on the Edit User Groups Details Page

The Edit User Groups Details page uses the same fields as the Add User Group page. See Table C-5 for detailed field descriptions.

Finding the Edit User Groups Details Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click User Configuration.

b. Click User Group Management.

Step 4 In the User Group Management page, find the user group that you want to modify.

Step 5 Click Edit in the same row as the user group that you want to modify.


Related Topics

Searching User Groups, page 8-26

About This Page: Edit User Groups Details

Tasks Using the Edit User Groups Details Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Modifying User Groups, page 8-27

Configuring Reservationless Meetings

Enabling Users to Reserve Voice Ports for Scheduled Meetings

Enabling Users to Reserve Web Ports for Scheduled Meetings

Configuring Zero-Port Voice Meetings

Configuring Web-Only Meetings

Configuring Requirements for Meeting Passwords

Restricting Access to Scheduled Meetings and Recordings

Enabling Languages

About This Page: Edit User Profiles Details


Note The Edit User Profiles Details page uses the same fields as the Add User Profile page.


This page is used to edit an existing user profile in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Edit User Profiles Details Page

Finding the Edit User Profiles Details Page

Tasks Using the Edit User Profiles Details Page

Fields on the Edit User Profiles Details Page

The Edit User Profiles Details page uses the same fields as the Add User Profile page. See Table C-6 for detailed field descriptions.

Finding the Edit User Profiles Details Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click User Configuration.

b. Click User Profile Management.

Step 4 In the User Profile Management page, find the user profile that you want to modify.

Step 5 Click Edit in the same row as the user profile that you want to modify.


Related Topics

Searching User Profiles, page 8-29

About This Page: Edit User Profiles Details

Tasks Using the Edit User Profiles Details Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Modifying User Profiles, page 8-31

Configuring Reservationless Meetings

Enabling Users to Reserve Voice Ports for Scheduled Meetings

Enabling Users to Reserve Web Ports for Scheduled Meetings

Configuring Zero-Port Voice Meetings

Configuring Web-Only Meetings

Configuring Continuous Meetings

Configuring Requirements for Meeting Passwords

Restricting Access to Scheduled Meetings and Recordings

Enabling Languages

About This Page: E-Mail Blast

This page is used to send an e-mail message to either a pre-defined user group or to all end users in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the E-Mail Blast Page

Finding the E-Mail Blast Page

Tasks Using the E-Mail Blast Page

Fields on the E-Mail Blast Page

Table C-30 E-Mail Blast Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Group

The user group to which you want to send the e-mail blast.

Choose from the drop-down menu of user groups. To send the e-mail blast to all users in the system, choose "----- All -----".

Default: "----- None -----"

Note that to create a new user group, see the "About This Page: Add User Group" section.

Subject

The subject of the e-mail blast.

Regular text.

Default: "Administrator announcement"

Body

The text in the body of the e-mail blast.

Regular text.

Default: blank


Related Topics

About This Page: E-Mail Blast

Finding the E-Mail Blast Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click E-Mail Blast.


Related Topics

About This Page: E-Mail Blast

Tasks Using the E-Mail Blast Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Sending E-Mail Blasts

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report

This page displays meeting notifications that are waiting to be sent by e-mail to users. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page

Finding the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page

Tasks Using the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page

Fields on the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page

Table C-31 E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page Fields 

Field
Description

Meeting ID

Meeting ID, which uniquely identifies the meeting.

Date

Date and time of the scheduled meeting.

Requestor

User ID of the meeting scheduler.

Method

Method by which the meeting notification is sent. Will always be set to e-mail.

Mailbox Number

The mailbox number for this particular end user.

Description

Description of this e-mail notification.


Related Topics

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report

Finding the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Reports.

b. Click E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report.


Related Topics

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report

Tasks Using the E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Displaying the E-Mail Notification Queue

Deleting E-Mail Notifications in the Queue

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Template Configuration

The E-Mail Notification Template Configuration page leads to other pages with the configuration options listed in Table C-32.

Table C-32 E-Mail Notification Template Configuration Area Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Pages

Modify the content and appearance of e-mail notifications.

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

View or modify language property files.

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

About This Page: Download a Language Property File

About This Page: Upload a Language Property File


About This Page: E-Mail Service Administration

The E-Mail Service Administration page leads to other pages with the configuration options listed in Table C-33.

Table C-33 E-Mail Service Administration Area Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Pages

Configure the primary SMTP server and optional secondary SMTP server.

About This Page: SMTP Server Configuration

Modify the content and appearance of e-mail notifications.

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

View or modify language property files.

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

About This Page: Download a Language Property File

About This Page: Upload a Language Property File


About This Page: Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing

This page allows you to enable SSL in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page

Finding the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page

Tasks Using the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page

Fields on the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page


Caution Be sure to enter the correct values in these fields. If you inadvertently enter incorrect values, the system may need to be restarted.

Table C-34 Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values
For web conferencing:

Certificate file

Directory path and filename of the web-conferencing certificate file provided by a trusted CA.

Restrictions:

Self-signed certificates are not supported.

The certificate must be in privacy enhanced mail (PEM) format.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Private key file

Directory path and filename of the private key for the certificate.

Note that this field is typically left blank. Enter a value only if you use your own tool to generate the key and CSR, instead of using the Generate CSR page in the Administration Center.

To locate the key file, refer to the documentation for the tool that you use to generate the key file.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Password

The password for the private key file.

Note the following:

You do not need to enter a password if you used the Generate CSR page to obtain the certificate.

To ensure security, the system displays the password as asterisks.

Up to 20 characters.

For the End-User Interface and Administration Center:

Certificate file

Directory path and filename of the end-user web interface and Administration Center certificate file provided by a trusted CA.

Restrictions:

Self-signed certificates are not supported.

The certificate must be in privacy enhanced mail (PEM) format.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Private key file

Directory path and filename of the private key for the certificate.

Note that this field is typically left blank. Enter a value only if you use your own tool to generate the key and CSR, instead of using the Generate CSR page in the Administration Center.

To locate the key file, refer to the documentation for the tool that you use to generate the key file.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Password

The password for the private key file.

Note the following:

You do not need to enter a password if you used the Generate CSR page to obtain the certificate.

To ensure security, the system displays the password as asterisks.

Up to 20 characters.


Related Topics

About This Page: Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing

Finding the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Certificate Management.

b. Click Enable SSL.


Related Topics

About This Page: Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing

Tasks Using the Enable SSL for the End-User Interface, Administration Center, and Web Conferencing Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Enabling SSL

About This Page: Exchange Server Configuration

This page allows you to integrate Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express with Microsoft Outlook. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Exchange Server Configuration Page

Finding the Exchange Server Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Exchange Server Configuration Page

Fields on the Exchange Server Configuration Page

Table C-35 Exchange Server Configuration Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Exchange server

Hostname or IP address of theMicrosoft Exchange Server.

Exchange server domain

Microsoft Windows domain. Obtain this value from your Microsoft Exchange Server administrator.

Exchange server username

Username for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express-dedicated e-mail account on the Microsoft Exchange Server.

This username appears in the meeting notifications that are sent to the meeting scheduler.

Example: MeetingPlaceExpress

Exchange server password

Exchange server password confirm

Password for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express-dedicated e-mail account on the Microsoft Exchange Server.

Exchange server e-mail address

E-mail address of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express-dedicated e-mail account on the Microsoft Exchange Server.

Example: MeetingPlaceExpress@example.com

Exchange server mailbox maintenance interval (days)

How often the Microsoft Exchange Server cleans up the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express-dedicated e-mail account.

Default: 7

Exchange server mailbox maintenance cutover (days)

Number of days that notifications are stored in the Microsoft Exchange Server.

Default: 14


Related Topics

About This Page: Exchange Server Configuration

About This Page: Outlook Plug-In Configuration

Finding the Exchange Server Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click E-Mail Service Administration.

c. Click Exchange Server Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: Exchange Server Configuration

About This Page: Outlook Plug-In Configuration

Tasks Using the Exchange Server Configuration Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Configuring the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Connection to the Microsoft Exchange Server, page B-4

About This Page: Export Data

The Export Data page leads to other pages with the export options listed in Table C-36.


Related Topics

Running Reports and Exporting Data from Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

About This Page: File Cleanup

This page is used to delete directories that contain voice files, including meeting recordings and recorded names for users who have been removed from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the File Cleanup Page

Finding the File Cleanup Page

Tasks Using the File Cleanup Page

Fields on the File Cleanup Page

Table C-37 File Cleanup Page Fields 

Field
Description

Number of conference orphan folders

The number of meetings that are associated with end users who are no longer in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database.

Number of user profile orphan folders

The number of recorded user names for end users who are no longer in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database.

Disk space that will be free

The amount of disk space that will become free after running the file cleanup process.


Related Topics

About This Page: File Cleanup

Finding the File Cleanup Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click File Cleanup.


Related Topics

About This Page: File Cleanup

Tasks Using the File Cleanup Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Cleaning Up Voice Files

About This Page: Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs)

This page is used to generate CSRs for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

Finding the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

Tasks Using the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

Fields on the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

Table C-38 Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Organization unit

The name of your group within your organization.

Refer to the CA requirements.

Organization

The name of your organization.

Refer to the CA requirements.

City

The city in which you are located.

Refer to the CA requirements.

State

The state in which you are located.

Refer to the CA requirements.

Country

The country in which you are located.

A two-letter country code.


Related Topics

About This Page: Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs)

Finding the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Certificate Management.

b. Click Generate CSRs.


Related Topics

About This Page: Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs)

Tasks Using the Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Obtaining Certificates

About This Page: Group Information

This page is used to export user group information from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Group Information Page

Output Fields of the Group Information Page—Used for Importing User Groups

Finding the Group Information Page

Tasks Using the Group Information Page

Fields on the Group Information Page

Table C-39 Group Information Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Destination

Destination of the exported information. For descriptions, restrictions, and recommendations for each option, see the "About Export Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Include field header names

Whether or not to include the field header names in the exported file.

No
Yes

Default: Yes


Related Topics

About This Page: Group Information

Output Fields of the Group Information Page—Used for Importing User Groups

Table C-40 lists, in alphabetical order, the output fields that the system displays after exporting user group information. It also includes field descriptions and values, which are useful when you use the exported output to create import files.

Table C-40 Output Fields of the Group Information Page—Used to Import User Groups 

Header Field
Description
Values
Required Header Fields for Importing User Groups

grpnum

See the description and values of the equivalent Number user group field.

Requirement: This field is required in the import file whether you are adding or deleting user groups by import.

Name

See the description and values of the equivalent Name user group field.

Requirement: This field is required in the import file whether you are adding or deleting user groups by import.

Optional Header Fields for Importing User Groups

allowguestoutdial

Not supported

AllowInternetAccess

Not supported

altnotifprf

Not supported.

announceqarr

Not supported.

announceqdep

Not supported.

attndprf

Not supported.

autodistatts

Not supported.

autostrtrcrd

Not supported.

BillCode

See the description and values of the equivalent Billing Code user group field.

canallowguestoutdial

Not supported.

CanChangeMtgID

Not supported.

CanOutdial

See the description and values of the equivalent Can call out of meetings user group field.

CanRecordMeetings

Whether users in this group can initiate the recording of meetings.

Yes
No

Default: No

chatclienttype

Not supported.

concurrentquestions

Not supported.

ContactID

See the description and values of the equivalent User ID of Delegate user group field.

dfltnotifprio

See the description and values of the equivalent Priority user group field.

disablerollcall

Not supported.

emailtype

See the description and values of the equivalent E-mail type user group field.

fadvanceinfo

Not supported.

fallowdataconf

Not supported.

fallowguestview

See the description and values of the equivalent Publish meeting user group field.

fautoproenabled

Not supported.

faxnum

Not supported.

faxxlattablenum

Not supported.

fCanInviteRemoteServers

Not supported.

fchatsession

Not supported.

fEndMtgWarn

Not supported.

fismtgseminartype

Not supported.

fMtgExtendPrompts

Not supported.

fqnadisabled

Not supported.

fstartpeopleinwr

Not supported.

ftellpartpos

Not supported.

groupulallowed

Not supported.

IsAdvancedPrompts

Not supported.

maxattsprmtg

Not supported.

MaxImmedMtgsPerDay

Not supported.

MaximumMeetingLength

See the description and values of the equivalent Maximum meeting length (minutes) user group field.

MaxVUIODsPerMtg

Not supported.

meetingcategory

Not supported.

MeetingRestriction

See the description and values of the equivalent Who can attend user group field.

MtgNoteRestriction

Not supported.

NamedDisconnect

See the description and values of the equivalent Departure announcement user group field.

NamedIntroduction

See the description and values of the equivalent Entry announcement user group field.

nondidpgrnum

See the description and values of the equivalent Phone # for non-direct dial pagers user group field.

numdataparts

Not supported.

ODXLatTableNum

Not supported.

PasswordRequired

See the description and values of the equivalent Password required user group field.

PasswordRequiredOnOD

See the description and values of the equivalent Ask for profile password user group field.

pgrtype

Not supported.

playattlstfifo

Not supported.

preferredunit

Not supported.

privateulallowed

Not supported.

prmrynotifprf

Not supported.

profileflex1

Not supported.

profileflex2

Not supported.

profileflex3

Not supported.

profileflex4

Not supported.

profileflex5

Not supported.

profileflex6

Not supported.

profileflex7

Not supported.

publiculallowed

Not supported.

qnanotify

Not supported.

QuickMtgEntryAllowed

Not supported.

rcvattswnotif

Not supported.

rcvnotifs

See the description and values of the equivalent Enable to receive user group field.

RecordMeetings

Not supported.

RsvnlessCnfg

Not supported.

schedhomesiteonly

Not supported.

schedprefunitonly

Not supported.

ScreenedIntroduction

Not supported.

site

Not supported.

sndinvlstwnotif

See the description and values of the equivalent Include participants list user group field.

sndmtgpwdwnotif

See the description and values of the equivalent Include password user group field.

sndnotifonmtgch

See the description and values of the equivalent Send if meeting changes user group field.

sndnotifs

See the description and values of the equivalent Enable for meeting user group field.

SSI_RollMapID

Not supported.

SSI_SiteID

Not supported.

SSI_SystemID

Not supported.

tzcode

See the description of the equivalent Time zone user group field.

Recommendation: The integer value in the import file must match a value defined by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Therefore, we recommend that you use an existing value from an export file.

Restriction: If the import file contains the tzcode header field, then all user groups in the import file must have a valid entry for the field. For any invalid or blank tzcode values, the associated user group is not imported, and an error is logged.

integer value

updatetime

(Read Only) The date and time of the last change to a file or record associated with the users in this group.

MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM

VLanguage

See the description and values of the equivalent Language user group field.


Related Topics

Sample Import File for User Groups

Importing User Groups

Deleting User Groups by Import

Fields on the Add User Group Page

About This Page: Group Information

Finding the Group Information Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Export Information.

c. Click Group Information.


Related Topics

About This Page: Group Information

Tasks Using the Group Information Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Exporting Information about User Groups

About This Page: H.323 Configuration

This page is used to connect Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express to a call-control device such as Cisco Unified CallManager. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the H.323 Configuration Page

Finding the H.323 Configuration Page

Tasks Using the H.323 Configuration Page

Fields on the H.323 Configuration Page

Table C-41 H.323 Configuration Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

H.323 enabled

Whether or not H.323 is enabled.

Note the following:

If this field is set to No, then incoming H.323 calls cannot be received.

It takes about one minute to bring up the service after enabling H.323. While the H.323 service is coming up, H.323 calls will not work.

To use H.323 for outgoing calls, see the "About This Page: Dial Configuration" section.

Yes/No

Default: Yes

E.164 address

Phone number of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server.

If Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express uses H.323 to dial out to a Cisco Unified IP Phone, this number appears on the Cisco Unified IP Phone screen.

This field must match the phone number configured in the call-control device to route calls to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Up to 24 digits

Default: 0000

H.323 ID

Alias used to identify the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server as an H.323 endpoint.

If a user calls Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a Cisco Unified IP Phone, the H.323 ID appears on the Cisco Unified IP Phone screen.

Restriction: Do not leave this field blank.

Up to 128 characters

Default: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

Local H.323 port

TCP or UDP port used for incoming H.323 calls to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Restriction: This field must be set to TCP port 1720.

The following port settings are automatically configured on Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express and cannot be modified:

UDP port 1719 is used for Registration Admission Status (RAS) signaling to a gatekeeper.

TCP port 1720 is used for outgoing H.323 calls from Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

1720 (Do not modify)

Default: 1720

Use gatekeeper

Whether or not to use a gatekeeper, which can be used for address resolution, call routing, and bandwidth control.

For Cisco Unified CallManager integration, this field must be set to No.

Yes/No

Default: No

Gatekeeper

Gatekeeper IP address. Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

If you select No for the Use gatekeeper field, then these fields are inactive.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

H.323 gateway 1

IP address of the H.323 gateway, which connects the IP network with the public switched telephone network (PSTN).

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

For Cisco Unified CallManager integration, this field must contain the IP address of the Cisco Unified CallManager server.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

H.323 gateway 2

IP address of an optional failover H.323 gateway.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

H.323 gateway 3

IP address of an optional failover H.323 gateway.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

H.323 gateway 4

IP address of an optional failover H.323 gateway.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

H.323 gateway 5

IP address of an optional failover H.323 gateway.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0


Related Topics

About This Page: H.323 Configuration

Finding the H.323 Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Call Configuration.

c. Click H.323 Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: H.323 Configuration

Tasks Using the H.323 Configuration Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Configuring Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express: Connecting to Cisco Unified CallManager

Configuring Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express: Connecting to a Standards-Based H.323 Call-Control Device

Configuring Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express: Adding the Gatekeeper

About This Page: Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings

This page is used to import recurring and future meetings from a Cisco Conference Connection database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page

Finding the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page

Tasks Using the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page

Fields on the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page

Table C-42 Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Scheduled conferences file

Directory path and filename of the Cisco Conference Connection file that contains all the scheduled meetings.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Repeated conferences file

Directory path and filename of the Cisco Conference Connection file that contains all the repeated meetings.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Send log info to

Whether to display the log information on the screen or to send the log information to a file.

Recommendation: Send the log information to a file.

Screen
File

Default: Screen

Error threshold

If the number of errors that occur while importing a meeting file is greater than this error threshold, then the system aborts the import.

To estimate the error threshold, determine the number of meetings (not records) in the meetings file and add 10.

Examples of possible errors include:

If you import a recurring meeting, then repeated records generate an error.

If you import a meeting that requires more ports than your system has.

If you import a meeting that has the same meeting ID as an existing meeting.

Range: 1 to 5000

Default: 50


Related Topics

About This Page: Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings

Finding the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Import Information.

c. Click Cisco Conference Connection.


Related Topics

About This Page: Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings

Tasks Using the Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Importing Cisco Conference Connection Meetings

About This Page: Import Group Profiles

This page is used to import user group information that is specified in a comma-separated values (CSV) file into Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Import Group Profiles Page

Finding the Import Group Profiles Page

Tasks Using the Import Group Profiles Page

Fields on the Import Group Profiles Page

Table C-43 Import Group Profiles Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Action to perform

Whether to add or delete user groups from the database.

Add groups to system
Delete groups from system

Default: Add groups to system

Data file to use

Directory path and filename of the import file that contains the user group information.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Overwrite duplicate information?

Whether to overwrite data that is duplicated in the target file as a result of importing.

If you select No, then all existing user groups in the database are skipped and remain as is.

If you select Yes, then existing user groups in the database are overwritten by any imported user groups that have identical user group Numbers. Note that the group Name is not overwritten.

Restriction: This field is ignored when you select "Delete groups from system" in the Action to perform field.

No
Yes

Default: No

Send log info to

Whether to display the log information on the screen or in a file.

Screen
File

Default: Screen

Error threshold

If the number of errors that occur while importing groups is greater than this error threshold, the system aborts the import.

To estimate the error threshold, determine the number of groups in the import file and add 10.

1 to 5000

Default: 50


Related Topics

About This Page: Import Group Profiles

Output Fields of the Group Information Page—Used for Importing User Groups

Finding the Import Group Profiles Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Import Information.

c. Click Group Profiles.


Related Topics

About This Page: Import Group Profiles

Output Fields of the Group Information Page—Used for Importing User Groups

Tasks Using the Import Group Profiles Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Importing User Groups

About This Page: Import

The Import Information page leads to other pages with configuration options listed in Table C-44.

Table C-44 Import Information Area Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Page

User Profiles

About This Page: Import User Profiles

Group Profiles

About This Page: Import Group Profiles

Meetings

About This Page: Import Meetings

Cisco Conference Connection

About This Page: Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings


About This Page: Import Meetings

This page is used to add or delete meetings that are specified in a comma-separated values (CSV) formatted file. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Import Meetings Page

Finding the Import Meetings Page

Tasks Using the Import Meetings Page

Fields on the Import Meetings Page

Table C-45 Import Meetings Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Action to perform

Whether to schedule or cancel meetings from the database.

Schedule meetings/Cancel meetings

Default: Schedule meetings

Data file to use

Directory path and filename of the import file that contains the user profile information.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Scheduler user ID

Username to enter as the owner of meetings with blank SchedulerUid fields in the import file.

Any valid username

Default: your username

Send log info to

Whether to display the log information on the screen or in a file.

Screen/File

Default: Screen

Error threshold

If the number of errors that occur while importing a meeting file is greater than this error threshold, then the system aborts the import.

To estimate the error threshold, determine the number of meetings (not records) in the meetings file and add 10.

The following errors may be generated during the meeting-import process and logged in the import log:

An imported meeting cannot be scheduled for any reason, such as those described in the "Restrictions for Importing Data" section.

The scheduled start date and time of an imported meeting is in the past.

An imported meeting has the same meeting ID as an existing meeting.

Range: 1 to 5000

Default: 50


Related Topics

About This Page: Import Meetings

Output Fields of the Meeting Information Page—Used for Importing Meetings

Finding the Import Meetings Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Import Information.

c. Click Meetings.


Related Topics

About This Page: Import Meetings

Output Fields of the Meeting Information Page—Used for Importing Meetings

Tasks Using the Import Meetings Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Importing Meetings

About This Page: Import User Profiles

This page is used to import user profile information that is specified in a comma-separated values (CSV) formatted file. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Import User Profiles Page

Finding the Import User Profiles Page

Tasks Using the Import User Profiles Page

Fields on the Import User Profiles Page

Table C-46 Import User Profiles Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Action to perform

Whether to add or delete user profiles from the database.

Note that if you delete a user, all meetings associated with that user are deleted, too.

Add profiles to system
Delete profiles from system

Default: Add profiles to system

Data file to use

Directory path and filename of the import file that contains the user profile information.

To locate the file, click Browse.

Overwrite duplicate information

Whether to overwrite data that is duplicated in the target file as a result of importing.

If you select No, then all existing user profiles in the database are skipped and remain as is.

If you select Yes, then existing user profiles in the database are overwritten by any duplicate imported user profiles. Exceptions:

User profiles with the same Profile Number but a different User ID are not imported because this is considered an error.

In the preconfigured Admin profile, the User Active and Type of user fields are not updated with imported values.

In the preconfigured Guest profile, the Profile Password and Type of user fields are not updated with imported values.

No
Yes

Default: No

Send log info to

Whether to display the log information on the screen or in a file.

Screen
File

Default: Screen

Error threshold

If the number of errors that occur while importing user profiles is greater than this error threshold, the system aborts the import.

To estimate the error threshold, determine the number of users in the import file and add 10.

Range: 1 to 5000

Default: 50


Related Topics

About This Page: Import User Profiles

Output Fields of the Profile Information Page—Used for Importing User Profiles

Finding the Import User Profiles Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Import Information.

c. Click User Profiles.


Related Topics

About This Page: Import User Profiles

Output Fields of the Profile Information Page—Used for Importing User Profiles

Tasks Using the Import User Profiles Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Importing User Profiles

About This Page: In-Session Monitoring

This page is used to display information about meetings that are currently in session. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the In-Session Monitoring Page

Display Options for the In-Session Monitoring Page

Finding the In-Session Monitoring Page

Tasks Using the In-Session Monitoring Page

Fields on the In-Session Monitoring Page

Table C-47 In-Session Monitoring Page Fields 

Field
Description
Meetings In Session

Meeting ID

Meeting ID, which uniquely identifies the meeting.

Subject

Subject of the meeting.

Scheduler

User ID of the person who scheduled the meeting.

Participants for meeting <Meeting ID>

Name

Names of all current participants.


Related Topics

About This Page: In-Session Monitoring

Display Options for the In-Session Monitoring Page

By default, the right side of this page displays the participants of the meeting at the top of the list.

To display the participants of a different meeting, click the underlined ID of that meeting.

Related Topics

About This Page: In-Session Monitoring

Finding the In-Session Monitoring Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Reports.

b. Click In-Session Monitoring.


Related Topics

About This Page: In-Session Monitoring

Tasks Using the In-Session Monitoring Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Monitoring Meetings in Session

About This Page: Install Licenses

This page is used to install new or incremental licenses. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Install Licenses Page

Finding the Install Licenses Page

Tasks Using the Install Licenses Page

Fields on the Install Licenses Page

Table C-48 Install Licenses Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Values

Upload new license file

Specifies to delete all previously installed licenses before installing the license file.

Restriction: Select this option only when uploading licenses to your system for the first time, or in the unlikely event that you must install an entirely new set of licenses.

Append incremental license file

Specifies to keep all the previously installed licenses and to add additional licenses from the license file.

Host ID (MAC address)

MAC address of the server.

Use the value in this field to obtain licenses. See the "How To Install and Manage Licenses" section on page 3-5.

(Read only)

License file to use

Directory path and filename of the license file.

To locate the file, click Browse.


Related Topics

About This Page: Install Licenses

Restrictions for Licenses, page 3-1

Finding the Install Licenses Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Licenses.

c. Click Install Licenses.


Related Topics

About This Page: Install Licenses

Tasks Using the Install Licenses Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

How To Install and Manage Licenses, page 3-5

About This Page: Licenses Summary

This page is used to display and download licenses for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Licenses Summary Page

Finding the Licenses Summary Page

Tasks Using the Licenses Summary Page

Fields on the Licenses Summary Page

Table C-49 Licenses Summary Page Fields 

Field
Description

Name

The type of license. For descriptions of licenses, see the "About Licenses" section on page 3-2.

Enabled

(yes/no) Whether or not the license is enabled.

or

(number) The number of licenses or ports of this type that are enabled.

Installed

(yes/no) Whether or not the license was installed.

or

(number) The total number of licenses or ports of this type that are installed.

Comment

Additional information about the license, such as an expiration date or any limitations that are specific to your system.


Related Topics

About This Page: Licenses Summary

Finding the Licenses Summary Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Licenses.

c. Click Licenses Summary.


Related Topics

About This Page: Licenses Summary

Tasks Using the Licenses Summary Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Displaying Licenses, page 3-8

Downloading Licenses, page 3-8

About This Page: Logs

The Logs page leads to other pages that enable you to view system logs. See Table C-50.


About This Page: Maintenance

The Maintenance page leads to other pages with configuration options listed in Table C-51.

Table C-51 Maintenance Area Configuration Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Pages

Importing data

About This Page: Import User Profiles

About This Page: Import Group Profiles

About This Page: Import Meetings

About This Page: Import Cisco Conference Connection Meetings

Exporting data

About This Page: Profile Information

About This Page: Group Information

About This Page: Meeting Information

About This Page: Outgoing Calls Information

About This Page: Meeting Participants Report

About This Page: Meeting Participant Join Leave Information

About This Page: Scheduling Failures Information

Configuring SNMP

About This Page: SNMP Community Strings

About This Page: Edit SNMP Community String

About This Page: SNMP Notification Destinations

About This Page: Edit SNMP Notification Destination

Installing and managing licenses

About This Page: Install Licenses

About This Page: Licenses Summary

Configuring backup

About This Page: Configure Backup

Sending e-mail blasts

About This Page: E-Mail Blast

Cleaning up system files

About This Page: File Cleanup

Customizing voice prompts

About This Page: Custom Prompts


About This Page: Manage Licenses

The Manage Licenses page leads to other pages with configuration options listed in Table C-52.

Table C-52 Manage Licenses Area Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Page

Installing licenses

About This Page: Install Licenses

Displaying licenses

About This Page: Licenses Summary


About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

This page is used to run reports that are useful for troubleshooting the software-based audio and video mixers in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Media Statistics Reports Page

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Conference Statistics Report

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Channel Statistics Report

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Channel Status Report

Finding the Media Statistics Reports Page

Tasks Using the Media Statistics Reports Page

Fields on the Media Statistics Reports Page

Table C-53 Media Statistics Reports Page Fields 

Field
Description

Conference Statistics Report

Displays two sets of mixer data:

Global statistics—Contains historical data that applies to all voice meetings and video conferences handled by the mixers since initialization.

Conference statistics—Contains information about voice meetings and video conferences that are currently active.

Channel Statistics Report

Displays mixer statistics for each voice call and video connection that is currently active.

Channel Status Report

Displays mixer status information about each voice call and video connection that is currently active.


Related Topics

About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Conference Statistics Report


Note The fields that display only video information do not appear in report output if no video calls are received by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.


Table C-54 Conference Statistics Report Output Fields 

Field Name
Description
Global Statistics

Start Time

Date and time the mixer was initialized (system boot time).

Elapsed Time

Number of hours, minutes, and seconds that the mixer has been active.

Active Conf

Number of currently active voice meetings.

Max Active Conf

Maximum number of voice meetings and breakout sessions that were active simultaneously since initialization.

Total Conf

Total number of voice meetings held since initialization. Also includes breakout sessions.

Active Chn

Number of channels (callers) currently connected to the audio mixer.

Join/Depart Conf

Total number of times that callers joined or left voice meetings and number of times that the system dialed out to an end user to join a meeting or ejected someone from a meeting since system initialization.

Max Conf Duration

Elapsed time of longest running voice meeting.

Total Audio Rcv Pkt

Total number of RTP1 packets received by the audio mixer.

Total Audio Xmt Pkt

Total number of RTP packets transmitted by the audio mixer.

Total Audio Drop Pkt

Total number of incoming packets that were detected as missing.

Max Jitter

Maximum length of time, in milliseconds, that the RTP jitter buffer holds voice packets. For information about the jitter buffer, see the "About the Jitter Buffer Component" section.

Conference Statistics

System Active

Voice meeting server status.

Date and Time

Date and time that the report was last refreshed, which occurs automatically and frequently.

Conf ID

Unique number used by the local audio mixer to identify the voice meeting. This value is different from the meeting ID displayed to end users.

Start Time

Date and time when the voice meeting began.

Elapsed

Amount of time that the voice meeting has been active.

Max Active Chn

Total number of active channels (callers) connected to the audio mixer since the voice meeting began.

Active Chn

Number of channels (callers) currently connected to the audio mixer for this meeting.

Join/Depart Conf

Total number of user-initiated joinings and departures (the number of times that callers joined or left voice meetings) and system-initiated joinings and departures (the number of times that the system dialed out to an end user to join a meeting or ejected someone from a meeting) since system initialization.

Audio Pkts Recv/Xmit

Total number of audio RTP packets received and transmitted by the audio mixer for this meeting.

Video Pkts Recv/Xmit

Total number of video RTP packets transmitted by the video mixer for this meeting.

Audio Bytes Recv

Amount of audio RTP data, in bytes, received by the audio mixer for this meeting.

Audio Bytes Xmit

Amount of audio RTP data, in bytes, sent by the audio mixer for this meeting.

Intra-frames Requested/Detected/
Timeouts

Number of times the video mixer requested and detected intra-frames. Also the number of timed-out intra-frame requests.

Intra-frames (or I-frames) are frames that carry the complete picture of a participant's video image. I-frames are sent periodically in a video stream and whenever a video speaker switch occurs.

When the active speaker changes, the system requests an I-frame and then waits to receive an I-frame from the new active speaker before switching the video stream. Until an I-frame is received or the active speaker changes again, the system sends FVU requests to the new active speaker every two seconds.

Active/Previous Speaker

Channel IDs (Chn. ID) of the active and previous speakers in the conference.

Active Video Chn

Number of active video channels in use during this conference.

Max Jitter

Maximum jitter detected in incoming audio during this conference.

Max Play Delay

Maximum delay during this meeting, in milliseconds, between the time a play request was received and the time the buffer started playing out the data. For information about the jitter buffer, see the "About the Jitter Buffer Component" section.

Play Delay

Current delay, in milliseconds, between the time a play request is received and the time the buffer starts playing out the data for this meeting. For information about the jitter buffer, see the "About the Jitter Buffer Component" section.

Max Record Delay

Maximum delay during this meeting, in milliseconds, between the time a file recording was requested and the time the recording began.

Record Delay

Current delay, in milliseconds, between the time a file recording is requested and the time the recording begins.

1 RTP = Real-Time Transport Protocol


Related Topics

About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

About the Jitter Buffer Component

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Channel Statistics Report


Note The fields that display only video information do not appear in report output if no video calls are received by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.


Table C-55 Channel Statistics Report Output Fields 

Field Name
Description

Total Active Channels

Number of channels that are currently active.

Channel Record Last Updated

Date and time that the channel record was last refreshed, which occurs automatically and frequently.

Chn. ID

Channel identification assigned to the caller.

Conf. ID

Unique number used by the local audio mixer to identify the voice meeting. This value is different from the meeting ID displayed to end users.

Start Time

Date and time that the call was established.

Elapsed

Amount of time that the call has been active.

Audio Pkts Rcv/Sent

Number of audio RTP1 packets received from and sent to the endpoint.

Video Pkts Rcv/Sent

Number of video RTP packets received from and sent to the endpoint.

Audio KBytes Rcv/Sent

Amount of audio RTP data, in kilobytes, received from and sent to the endpoint.

Video KBytes Rcv/Sent

Amount of video RTP data, in kilobytes, received from and sent to the endpoint.

Out of Order Video Pkts

Number of video RTP packets that were received out of sequence from the endpoint.

FVU / Flow Cntl Requests

Number of fast video update requests and flow-control requests received from the endpoint.

I frame Req / Detected

Number of I-frames requested and detected. I-frames are frames that carry the complete picture of a participant's video image. I-frames are sent periodically in a video stream and whenever a video speaker switch occurs.

When the active speaker changes, the system requests an I-frame and then waits to receive an I-frame from the new active speaker before switching the video stream. Until an I-frame is received or the active speaker changes again, the system sends FVU requests to the new active speaker every two seconds.

Under normal conditions, the requested and detected values should be the same. If these counts do not match, then check the video endpoints for errors.

Also, endpoints that have difficulty decoding video may request additional I-frames. Therefore, endpoints that have a higher I-frame count than others in a conference should be examined for network issues.

Flush Rate

Average number of flushed packets per second. A flushed packet is one that arrived too late for the audio mixer to play in the correct sequence order and is thus thrown away.

Note that the Insert Rate and the Flush Rate should be equal.

Insert Rate

Average number of PLC2 packets per second that are locally generated by the audio mixer and inserted in place of packets that did not arrive in time to play out in the correct sequence order. Without PLC packets, callers would hear clicks and pops due to missing packets.

Note that the Insert Rate and the Flush Rate should be equal.

Silence Pkt Rate

Average number of RTP packets per second that are not received, not sent, or are SID3 packets.

Using VAD4 saves bandwidth by sending RTP packets over the network only when the audio reaches a certain level, such as when a caller talks. When the caller stops talking, a SID packet is sent to notify the audio mixer that a subsequent gap in RTP packets is caused by silence on the call, as opposed to serious network delay. If the last packet in a stream of RTP packets is a SID, then the audio mixer knows not to count the subsequent gap as jitter and to locally generate and play comfort noise to fill the gap.

Audio Pkt Size

Size of audio RTP packets, in bytes. 160-byte packets correspond to a 20 ms packetization period.

Max Jitter

Maximum jitter detected in incoming audio packets from the endpoint.

Avg Jitter

Average jitter value observed for packets arriving from the endpoint.

Pkt Delay

Delay, in milliseconds, between the current packet being played and the last received packet. Also called buffer depth.

Digits Rcvd

Number of digits received from the endpoint.

Digits Sent

Number of digits sent to the endpoint.

Max. Play Delay

Maximum delay, in milliseconds, between the time a play request was received and the time the buffer started playing out the data. For information about the jitter buffer, see the "About the Jitter Buffer Component" section.

Play Delay

Current delay, in milliseconds, between the time a play request is received and the time the buffer starts playing out the data.

Max. Record Delay

Maximum delay, in milliseconds, between the time a file recording was requested and the time the recording began.

Record Delay

Current delay, in milliseconds, between the time a file recording is requested and the time the recording begins.

1 RTP = Real-Time Transport Protocol

2 PLC = packet loss concealment

3 SID = Silence Insertion Descriptor

4 VAD = Voice Activity Detection


Related Topics

About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

About the Jitter Buffer Component

About Voice Activity Detection Support

Output Fields of the Media Statistics Reports Page: Channel Status Report


Note The fields that display only video information do not appear in report output if no video calls are received by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.


Table C-56 Channel Status Report Output Fields 

Field Name
Description

Conf. ID

Unique number used by the local audio mixer to identify the voice meeting. This value is different from the meeting ID displayed to end users.

Chn. ID

Channel identification assigned to the caller.

Callers DN

Phone number of the video caller.

State

Whether or not the caller is currently in a voice meeting.

Mixed

Whether or not the caller's voice stream is currently being heard by others in the voice meeting. The audio mixer mixes the three loudest callers at any given time, and all other meeting participants cannot be heard at all.

Rmt Audio IP Addr

or

Rmt A/V IP Addr

Caller's voice endpoint IP address.

or

Caller's voice endpoint IP address and video endpoint IP address.

Rmt Audio RTP Port

or

Rmt A/V RTP Port

Caller's voice endpoint RTP1 port.

or

Caller's voice endpoint RTP port and video endpoint RTP port.

Rmt Audio RTCP Port

or

Rmt A/V RTCP Port

Caller's voice endpoint RTCP2 port.

or

Caller's voice endpoint RTCP port and video endpoint RTCP port.

Lcl Audio IP Addr

or

Lcl A/V IP Addr

IP address of the audio port for your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.

or

IP addresses of the audio and video ports for your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.

Lcl Audio RTP Port

or

Lcl A/V RTP Port

RTP port of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express audio mixer, which receives the caller's audio RTP stream.

or

RTP ports of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express audio mixer and video mixer, which receive the caller's audio and video RTP streams.

Lcl Audio RTCP Port

or

Lcl A/V RTCP Port

RTCP port of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express audio mixer, which receives the caller's audio RTCP messages.

or

RTCP ports of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express audio mixer and video mixer, which receive the caller's audio and video RTCP messages.

TOS

IP type of service setting for the output stream to this caller.

TTL

Time-to-live, in hops, for transmitted packets.

Audio Payld Type

or

A/V Payld Type

Audio payload type used in the RTP media streams.

or

Audio and video payload type used in the RTP media streams.

Valid payload types:

0—G.711uLaw.

8—G.711aLaw.

34—H.263 (1996) video.

96-127—DTMF3 or H.264 video. During call setup, an unused payload type is negotiated from the dynamic payload type range.

Ann. Active

Whether or not an announcement is currently being played.

Ann. File Name

Displays the full name of the file or prompt that is currently being played.

Rec. Active

Whether or not the call is being recorded.

Rec. File Name

Displays the full name of the file to which the call is being recorded.

1 RTP = Real-Time Transport Protocol

2 RTCP = RTP Control Protocol

3 DTMF = dual tone multifrequency


Related Topics

About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

Finding the Media Statistics Reports Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Reports.

b. Click Media Statistics Reports.


Related Topics

About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

Tasks Using the Media Statistics Reports Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Running a Report about the Audio Mixer and Video Mixer

About This Page: Meeting Cancellation Report

This page provides information about each meeting that was cancelled during a specified range of dates. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Output Fields of the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Finding the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Fields on the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Table C-57 Meeting Cancellation Report Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Report type

The format in which you want the meeting cancellation report delivered.

If you select the txt option, then all fields are displayed in the report output. The check boxes for selecting fields become dimmed.

html
txt

Default: html

Destination

Destination of the generated report output. For descriptions and restrictions for each option, see the "About Report Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Sort by

The criteria by which you want the meeting cancellation report data sorted.

User ID
Meeting ID
Date

Default: Meeting ID

Start date

The starting date for the meeting cancellation report.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: yesterday's date

End date

The ending date for the meeting cancellation report.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date

Check Boxes 1

Show all fields

Displays all fields in the report output.

Unchecking this check box clears all check boxes, except Scheduler ID and Dialable conference ID.

Scheduler ID

Name of the meeting scheduler.

Note that this check box cannot be cleared.

Name

Meeting subject.

Number of required ports

Number of ports that were reserved for the meeting.

Required length of conferences

Length of time scheduled for the meeting.

Dialable conference ID

Meeting ID.

Note that this check box cannot be cleared.

Start date/time of conference

Scheduled start date and time of the meeting.

Billing code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

1 If you specify the txt Report type, then these check boxes are dimmed and cannot be unchecked.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Cancellation Report

Output Fields of the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

Table C-58 Meeting Cancellation Report Page Output Fields 

Field
Description

Name

Meeting subject.

Scheduler ID

First and last name of the meeting scheduler.

Number of Required Ports

Number of ports that were reserved for the meeting.

Required Length of Conference

Length of time scheduled for the meeting.

Billing Code

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

Start Date/Time Of Conf

Scheduled start date and time of the meeting.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Cancellation Report

Finding the Meeting Cancellation Report Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Reports.

b. Click Meeting Cancellation Report.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Cancellation Report

Tasks Using the Meeting Cancellation Report Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Running a Report about Meeting Cancellations

About This Page: Meeting Configuration

This page is used to configure system-wide meeting parameters, including some security features. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Meeting Configuration Page

Finding the Meeting Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Configuration Page

Fields on the Meeting Configuration Page

Table C-59 Meeting Configuration Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Access ports

(Read only) Number of voice ports for scheduled and reservationless meetings on the system, determined by the installed voiceconf and maxvoice licenses. To view installed and enabled licenses, see the "Displaying Licenses" section on page 3-8.

The displayed value determines the maximum possible number of simultaneous voice meeting connections to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Floater ports

Number of voice ports that are reserved as floater ports. Floater ports can be used by any meeting to accommodate unanticipated additional attendees.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed the number displayed in the Access ports field.

Recommendation: See the "Recommended Port Configurations for Scheduled and Reservationless Meetings" section.

See range displayed next to field.

Default: 2

Overbook ports

Number of voice ports to allow for scheduling meetings that exceed the number of available voice ports on the system.

If you use this feature, then you assume that users who are scheduled to attend meetings do not always attend, leaving their reserved voice ports unused. Once all voice ports are in use, then any more people who try to attend a voice meeting will not be able to get through.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed twice the number displayed in the Access ports field.

Recommendation: See the "Recommended Port Configurations for Scheduled and Reservationless Meetings" section.

See range displayed next to field.

Default: 0

Web ports

(Read only) Number of web ports for scheduled and reservationless meetings on the system, determined by the installed webconf and maxweb licenses. To view installed and enabled licenses, see the "Displaying Licenses" section on page 3-8.

The displayed value determines the maximum number of possible simultaneous connections to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express using the full web meeting room.

Web floater ports

Number of web ports that are reserved as floater ports. Floater ports can be used by any meeting to accommodate unanticipated additional attendees.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed the number displayed in the Web ports field.

Recommendation: See the "Recommended Port Configurations for Scheduled and Reservationless Meetings" section.

See range displayed next to field.

Default: 2

Web overbook ports

Number of web ports to allow for scheduling meetings that exceed the number of available web ports on the system.

If you use this feature, then you assume that users who are scheduled to attend meetings do not always attend, leaving their reserved web ports unused. Once all web ports are in use, then any more people who try to attend a full web meeting will not be able to get through.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed twice the number displayed in the Web ports field.

Recommendation: See the "Recommended Port Configurations for Scheduled and Reservationless Meetings" section.

See range displayed next to field.

Default: 0

Maximum ports per meeting for Reservationless

Number of web or voice ports that can be reserved for individual reservationless meetings.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed the number displayed in either the Access ports field or the Web ports field.

Recommendation: Consider meeting sizes typically conducted by your company and users.

See range displayed next to field.

Default: 6

Maximum ports per meeting for Scheduled

Number of web or voice ports that can be reserved for individual scheduled meetings.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed the number displayed in either the Access ports field or the Web ports field.

Recommendation: Consider meeting sizes typically conducted by your company and users.

See range displayed next to field.

Default: 6

Default number of ports per meeting

Default number of voice and web ports to reserve for meetings. In the Schedule Meeting page of the profiled user, this is the default number that appears in the Number of Participants field.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed the number displayed in either the Access ports field or the Web ports field.

See range displayed next to field.

Default: 4

Default length of meeting (minutes)

Default length of meetings, in minutes. In the Schedule Meeting page of the profiled user, this is the default value that appears in the Duration field. This field also applies to reservationless meetings.

Restriction: This number cannot exceed the value entered in the Maximum meeting length (minutes) field.

Recommendation: Consider meeting lengths typically conducted by your company and users.

Range: 5 to 1440

Default: 30

Maximum meeting length (minutes)

Maximum length of a meeting, in minutes. Specifically:

Users cannot schedule meetings longer than this number of minutes.

Reservationless meetings end after this number of minutes.

Recommendation: Consider length of typical meetings for your company and users.

Range: 30 to 1440

Default: 240

Mtg ID start guard time (minutes)

Number of minutes before the requested meeting start time that the associated meeting ID is reserved.

This field and the Meeting ID end guard time (minutes) field control when meeting IDs are available for reuse and when the system recognizes a meeting ID.

Before the meeting ID start guard time, users who try to attend the meeting hear or see on the screen: "This is not a recognized meeting ID number." During the meeting ID start guard time period, users hear: "The meeting has not started."

Restriction: This field does not apply to reservationless meetings.

Recommendation: 30. Nevertheless, to ensure that meeting IDs are available for reuse, decrease this value if the number of simultaneous meetings to be held on your system is about the same as the number of available meeting IDs.

Range: 0 to 1440

Default: 30

Meeting ID end guard time (minutes)

Number of minutes after a meeting that the associated meeting ID is reserved.

This field and the Mtg ID start guard time (minutes) field control when meeting IDs are available for reuse and when the system recognizes a meeting ID.

During the meeting ID end guard time, users who try to attend the meeting hear or see on the screen: "The meeting has ended." After the meeting ID end guard time period, users hear: "This is not a recognized meeting ID number."

Restriction: This field does not apply to reservationless meetings.

Recommendation: 15. Nevertheless, to ensure that meeting IDs are available for reuse, decrease this value if the number of simultaneous meetings to be held on your system is about the same as the number of available meeting IDs.

Range: 0 to 1440

Default: 15

Extend meeting (minutes)

Whether or not to extend meetings if they run over the requested duration and if ports are available. Meetings may continue to be extended, as long as ports are available, up to the Maximum meeting length (minutes) field setting.

If you select Yes, then also enter the number of minutes to extend meetings.

If you select No, or if ports are not available at the end of the meeting, then callers receive a warning that the meeting will end. The warning time is determined by the Last warning time field.

Restriction: This field does not apply to reservationless meetings.

Yes/No

Range: 10 to 60

Default: 15

Early mtg start (minutes)

Maximum time, in minutes, before the scheduled meeting start that early arrivals may enter the meeting.

Restrictions:

This number cannot exceed the value entered in the Mtg ID start guard time (minutes) field.

This field does not apply to reservationless meetings.

Recommendation: 10.

Range: 0 to 30

Default: 10

Last warning time

Number of minutes before the end of a meeting to issue a warning.

Range: 2 to 10

Default:2

Minimum meeting password length

Minimum number of characters required in meeting passwords. Follow your company guidelines for similar telecommunications systems.

A value of 0 means that meeting passwords are never required, even for meetings that are scheduled by users whose user profile Password required field is set to Yes.

Range: 0 to 11

Default:0

Maximum advance days to schedule

How many days in advance people can schedule meetings.

Range: 1 to 729

Default: 300

Days until meeting recordings purged

Number of days that recordings are stored on the system.

Restriction: Changes to this field apply only to meetings that are scheduled after the field is changed. For each meeting, the system applies the field value that was configured at the time the meeting was scheduled.

Range: 0 to 60

Default:7

Days until meeting statistics purged

Number of days historical meeting data is stored on system.

Restriction: Changes to this field apply only to meetings that are scheduled after the field is changed. For each meeting, the system applies the field value that was configured at the time the meeting was scheduled.

Range: 0 to 180

Default:120

Allow vanity meeting IDs

If you select Yes, then users may request a specific meeting ID while scheduling a meeting. If a requested meeting ID is already reserved for another meeting, then the user is prompted to select another meeting ID.

If you select No, then a unique, randomly generated ID is assigned to every scheduled meeting. Users cannot change the assigned meeting IDs.

Yes/No

Default: Yes

Minimum meeting ID length

Minimum number of characters in meeting IDs.

If you enter a value less than 4 in this field, the system assigns 4-digit meeting IDs to new meetings when the scheduler does not enter a vanity meeting ID.

Longer meeting IDs are more secure, because they are more difficult to guess.

Range: 3 to 9

Default: 4

Enable reservationless

Allow or prevent reservationless meetings on the system.

Yes/No

Default: Yes

Reservationless: Allow 3rd party initiate

Whether or not profiled users can start a reservationless meeting before the meeting owner joins.

Yes/No

Default: Yes

Reservationless: Bill 3rd party initiator

Whether each reservationless meeting is billed to the user who starts the meeting or to the meeting owner (no matter who starts the meeting).

Yes/No

Default: No


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Configuration

Finding the Meeting Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Meeting Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Configuration

Tasks Using the Meeting Configuration Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Configuring System-Wide Parameters for Scheduled and Reservationless Meetings

Configuring Reservationless Meetings

Configuring Requirements for Meeting Passwords

Restricting the Use of Vanity Meeting IDs

About This Page: Meeting Information

This page is used to export meeting information from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database for all meetings that occur during a specified range of dates. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Meeting Information Page

Output Fields of the Meeting Information Page—Used for Importing Meetings

Finding the Meeting Information Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Information Page

Fields on the Meeting Information Page

Table C-60 Meeting Information Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Destination

Destination of the exported information. For descriptions, restrictions, and recommendations for each option, see the "About Export Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Include field header names

Whether or not to include the field header names in the exported file.

No
Yes

Default: Yes

Include ended meetings

Whether or not to include meetings that have already ended in the exported file.

No
Yes

Default: No

Start date

Earliest date for which you want to export meeting details.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: yesterday's date

End date

Latest date for which you want to export meeting details.

When left blank, the exported output includes all future meetings.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Information

Output Fields of the Meeting Information Page—Used for Importing Meetings

Table C-61 lists, in alphabetical order, the output fields that the system displays after exporting meeting information. It also includes field descriptions and values, which are useful when you use the exported output to create import files.

Table C-61 Output Fields of the Meeting Information Page—Used to Import Meetings 

Header Field
Description
Values
Required Header Fields for Importing Meetings

DialableConfID

Unique number used by the local audio mixer to identify the voice meeting. This value is different from the meeting ID displayed to end users.

Numeric characters

ReqLengthOfConf

The requested number of minutes for this meeting.

Number

Default: 30

StartDateTimeOfConf

The date and time for which this meeting is scheduled.

Note that this field is read-only.

MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM

Optional Header Fields for Importing Meetings

ActLenOfConf

The actual length of the meeting, in seconds.

Number

No default.

ActLenOfDataConf

The actual length of the web meeting room meeting, in seconds.

Number

No default.

ActnParticipants

The number of participants who attended this meeting.

Number

No default.

ActnRSs

Not supported.

ActSrtTimeOfConf

The date and time at which the meeting started.

MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM

ActSrtTimeOfDataConf

The date and time at which the web meeting room meeting started.

Note that if this is a voice-only meeting with no web meeting room, this field displays a dummy value.

MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM

AgendaRecordTimeUsed

Amount of time, in seconds, that the agenda recording for this meeting uses.

Default: 0

allowguestoutdial

Whether guest users can make outgoing calls from this meeting.

Yes
No

Default: No

announceqarr

Not supported.

announceqdep

Not supported.

AutoDistributeAtt

Not supported.

BillCode

Code used in billing reports. For more information, see the "About Billing Information" section on page 8-19.

Recommendation: Follow existing conventions at your company, such as department codes.

0 to 17 alphanumeric characters

concurrentquestions

Not supported.

ConfExtensionFailCode

The reason that the attempted meeting extension failed. If no extensions failed, this value is 0.

Error code. These error codes are described in Table C-75.

Default: 0

ConfNum

Unique conference number assigned to this meeting after it was successfully scheduled.

Any number

ContactUid

Username of the user who scheduled this meeting. For more information, see the "About the Types of Users" section on page 8-7.

0 to 17 alphanumeric characters

Any valid user ID

CurAttNameHeaderSpace

Not supported.

CurAttRefID

Not supported.

CurDataAttSpace

Not supported.

CurNumDataAtt

Not supported.

CurNumVoiceAtt

Not supported.

CurVoiceAttSpace

Not supported.

DefaultAbility

The default speaking ability that this meeting assigns to uninvited participants.

Listener
SpeakerPlus

Default: SpeakerPlus

DefNotPriority

Priority given to the e-mail notifications sent when this meeting is scheduled.

Low
Normal
Urgent

Default: Normal

EncryptedConfPwd

Password used to log in to this meeting from a workstation.

Restriction: Unicode is not supported.

5 to 17 alphanumeric characters

fallowguestview

Whether the system should display this meeting to everyone, as a default.

Yes
No

Default: No

fautoproenabled

Not supported.

fAutoStartRecord

Whether the system automatically starts recording the meeting.

Yes
No

Default: No

fBAgendaAttAvail

Not supported.

fchatsession

Not supported.

fDisableRollCall

Not supported.

fEndMtgWarn

Whether or not this meeting has end of meeting warnings turned on.

Yes
No

Default: No

fismtgseminartype

Not supported.

fMtgExtendPrompts

Whether or not this meeting has extended prompts turned on.

Yes
No

Default: No

fNamedDisconnect

Announcement played when participants leave this meeting.

Beep only
Beep+Name
Silent

Default: Beep+Name

fNamedIntroduction

Announcement played when participants join this meeting.

Beep only
Beep+Name
Silent

Default: Beep+Name

fPasswordRequired

Whether or not this meeting requires a password.

This field also applies to reservationless meetings.

Yes
No

Default: No

fPasswordRequiredOnOD

Whether or not a dial-out participant must provide a profile password before being admitted into the voice meeting.

See the "About Toll Fraud Prevention Options" section.

Yes
No

Default: Yes

fPosted

Whether or not the recording of this meeting is posted.

Yes
No

Default: No

fqnadisabled

Not supported.

fQuickMtgEntryAllowed

Not supported.

fRecordConference

Whether or not this meeting is recorded.

Yes
No

Default: No

fScreenedIntroduction

Not supported.

fstartpeopleinwr

Not supported.

fTAgendaAttAvail

Not supported.

fUsedBlastOutdial

Whether meeting participants were called to the meeting.

Yes
No

Default: No

fVAgendaAttAvail

Not supported.

LastModified

The date and time when the meeting information was last modified.

Note that this field is read-only.

MM/DD/YY HH:MM

MaxDaysReOccuring

The number of days after which this meeting recurs.

Number

Default: 1

MeetingJoinRestriction

Who can join this meeting.

Anyone
Users
Invited Users

Default: Anyone

MPConnectionType

Not supported.

mtgflex1

Not supported.

mtgflex2

Not supported.

mtgflex3

Not supported.

mtgflex4

Not supported.

mtgflex5

Not supported.

mtgflex6

Not supported.

mtgflex7

Not supported.

MtgNoteRestriction

Not supported.

NameRecordTimeUsed

Amount of time, in seconds, that the recorded name of this meeting uses.

Number

Default: 0

nDataAttAdded

Not supported.

nGuestMtgNotesAccesses

The number of guest users who listened to the meeting recording through the TUI1 .

Number

Default: 0

nPartAttemptsAfter
ConfLocked

The number of participants that tried to join the meeting after it was locked.

Number

Default: 0

nPartRegistered

The number of participants invited to this meeting.

Number

Default: 0

nPartsRequested

The number of participants invited to this meeting.

Number

Default: 0

nPortsRequired

The number of ports required for this meeting.

Number

Default: 0

nRemoteServersRegistered

Not supported.

numdataparts

Not supported.

NumSuccConfExtensions

The number of times that the meeting was successfully extended.

Number

Default: 0

nUserGUIMtgNotes
Accesses

Not supported.

nUserVUIMtgNotes
Accesses

The number of profiled users who listened to the meeting recording through the TUI1.

Number

Default: 0

nVoiceAttAdded

Not supported.

OriginallyScheduled

The date and time when this meeting was originally scheduled.

Note that this field is read-only.

MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM

OrigNumberOfPorts

Number of ports planned for this meeting.

Number

No default.

OutdialFirstCall

Whether meeting participants were called after the first called joined the meeting.

Yes
No

Default: No

PartRecordTimeUsed

Amount of time, in seconds, of participant name headers that are recorded.

Number

Default: 0

PeakAttDataSpace

Not supported.

PeakAttVoiceSpace

Not supported.

PeaknDataAtt

Not supported.

PeakNumberOfParticipants

The peak number of participants in this meeting.

Number

Default: 0

PeakNumberOfPorts

The peak number of ports used during this meeting.

Number

Default: 0

PeakNumberOfRSs

Not supported.

PeaknVoiceAtt

Not supported.

PeakVRecordTimeUsed

The peak number of recording seconds used by a meeting over its lifetime. A historical statistic used for billing purposes.

Number

Default: 0

PriSiteNum

Not supported.

PriUnitNum

Not supported.

profileflex1

Not supported.

profileflex2

Not supported.

profileflex3

Not supported.

profileflex4

Not supported.

profileflex5

Not supported.

profileflex6

Not supported.

profileflex7

Not supported.

qnanotify

Not supported.

ReOccuringConference

How often this meeting occurs.

Never
Once
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Weekdays
Permanent

Default:

RsvnlessStartID

The user ID of the person who scheduled this meeting.

Restriction: For reservationless meetings only.

0 to 17 alphanumeric characters

Any valid user ID

SchedulerTimeZone

Time zone of the scheduler. For more information, see the "About Time Zones" section on page 8-17.

Choose from the options in the drop-down menu.

Default: Local time of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server

SchedulerUid

The username (used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation, not from a phone) of the person who scheduled the meeting.

Any valid user ID.

SchedulingClient

The client used to schedule this meeting.

VUI
Web

SendInviteListWithNot

Whether or not to include the names of meeting invitees in the e-mail notification sent when this meeting is scheduled.

No
Yes

Default: No

SendMtgPwdWithNot

Whether or not a meeting password is included in the e-mail notification sent when this meeting is scheduled.

Recommendation: Use a consistent setting across your user base. Also, avoid changing this setting once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is already in use, because users might already expect and rely on the current e-mail notification behavior.

No
Yes

Default: No

SendNotAboutMtgChngs

Whether or not e-mail notifications are sent when the following meeting parameters change:

Date or time

Password

Meeting ID

List of invitees

Recommendation: Use a consistent setting across your user base. Also, avoid changing this setting once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is already in use, because users might already expect and rely on the current e-mail notification behavior.

No
Yes

Default: No

SendNotAboutMtgs

Whether or not an e-mail notification is sent when this meeting is schedules.

Restriction: Notifications are never sent for reservationless meetings.

Recommendation: Use a consistent setting across your user base. Also, avoid changing this setting once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express is already in use, because users might already expect and rely on the current e-mail notification behavior.

No
Yes

Default: No

StartDateTimeOfConfGMT

The date and time for which this meeting is scheduled as shown in the GMT time zone.

Note that this field is read-only.

MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM

TAgenda

Not supported.

TName

Text name of this meeting.

0 - 17 alphanumeric characters

No default

TotConfPortSec

The total number of ports per second used by this meeting.

Number

Default: 0

TotDCConfPortSec

The total number of seconds that the web meeting room was used by this meeting.

Number

Default: 0

TotnRSsInvited

Not supported.

tottimesfgiven

Not supported.

VAgenda

Whether or not the agenda has been recorded.

Recorded
Not Recorded

Default: Not Recorded

VIntroTimeUsedSecs

Amount of time, in seconds, that the introductory voice recordings for this meeting uses.

Number

Default: 0

VLanguage

Preferred language for this meeting, used in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express voice prompts.

Options are the languages that were previously installed and activated on the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. See the "About Languages" section.

Choose from the options in the drop-down menu.

Default: English (US)

VMeetingIntro

Whether the meeting introduction has been recorded.

recorded
not recorded

Default: not recorded

VName

Whether or not the name of the meeting has been recorded.

Recorded
Not Recorded

Default: Not Recorded

VoiceStorageEndTime

The date and time when the recording for this meeting will be purged.

Note that this field is read-only.

MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM

VRecord

Whether or not the meeting has been recorded.

Recorded
Not Recorded

Default: Not Recorded

VRecordRecordTimeUsed

Amount of time, in seconds, that the voice recordings for this meeting uses.

Number

Default: 0

1 TUI = telephone user interface


Related Topics

Sample Import File for Meetings

Importing Meetings

Canceling Meetings by Import

About This Page: Meeting Information

Finding the Meeting Information Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Export Information.

c. Click Meeting Information.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Information

Tasks Using the Meeting Information Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Exporting Information about Meetings

About This Page: Meeting Participant Join Leave Information

This page is used to export information about meeting participants who joined or left a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express meeting during a specified range of dates. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Output Fields of the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Finding the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Fields on the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Table C-62 Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Destination

Destination of the exported information. For descriptions, restrictions, and recommendations for each option, see the "About Export Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Include field header names

Whether or not to include the field header names in the exported file.

No
Yes

Default: Yes

Start date

Earliest date for which you want to export meeting participant join leave information.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: yesterday's date

End date

Latest date for which you want to export meeting participant join leave information.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Participant Join Leave Information

Output Fields of the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

Table C-63 Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page Output Fields 

Field
Description

PartID

Meeting participant ID.

UserID

Username used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation (not from a phone).

ConfNum

Unique number used by the local audio mixer to identify the voice meeting. This value is different from the meeting ID displayed to end users.

MeetingID

Meeting ID, which uniquely identifies the meeting. If you do not specify one, the system automatically assigns your phone number as the meeting ID.

gmStartDate

The date that the user entered the meeting.

gmStartTime

The time that the user entered the meeting.

gmEndDate

The date that the user left the meeting.

gmEndTime

The time that the user left the meeting.

Device

Device and port number used to join the meeting:

4081-4082: web port

all other values: voice port

nIncDigits

The number of DNIS digits that were received from the PBX.

IncDigits

The actual string of DNIS digits received from the PBX. Can be up to 24 digits.

AttachmentID

Not supported.

nANIDigits

The number of ANI digits that were received from the PBX.

ANIDigits

The actual string of ANI digits received from the PBX. Can be up to 24 digits.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Participant Join Leave Information

Finding the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Export Information.

c. Click Participant Join Leave Information.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Participant Join Leave Information

Tasks Using the Meeting Participant Join Leave Information Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Exporting Information about When Participants Join and Leave Meetings

About This Page: Meeting Participants Report

This page is used to export information about meeting participants who attended meetings during a specified range of dates. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Meeting Participants Report Page

Output Fields of the Meeting Participants Report Page

Finding the Meeting Participants Report Page

Tasks Using the Meeting Participants Report Page

Fields on the Meeting Participants Report Page

Table C-64 Meeting Participants Report Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Destination

Destination of the exported information. For descriptions, restrictions, and recommendations for each option, see the "About Export Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Include field header names

Whether or not to include the field header names in the exported file.

No
Yes

Default: Yes

Start date

Earliest date for which you want to export meeting participant information.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: yesterday's date

End date

Latest date for which you want to export meeting participant information.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Participants Report

Output Fields of the Meeting Participants Report Page

Table C-65 Meeting Participants Report Page Output Fields 

Field
Description

PartID

A unique number that identifies this meeting participant.

ConfNum

A unique conference number assigned to this meeting after it was successfully scheduled.

uid

The username used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation (not from a phone).

nVSecInConf

The amount of time, in seconds, that this meeting participant spent in voice-only meetings.

nWFSecInConf

The amount of time, in seconds, that this meeting participant spent in full web meetings.

nSecsOutboundCalls

The total amount of time, in seconds, that this meeting participant spent on outgoing calls.

VNameHeader

Whether the participant's name is recorded.

nOutboundCalls

The number of outgoing calls initiated by this meeting participant.

nRetries

Not supported.

TNameHeader

First and last name of the meeting participant. For unprofiled users, this field is the name the user enters to join the meeting as a guest.

SpeakingAbility

The default speaking ability for this meeting participant. Can be either Listener or SpeakerPlus.

nVUIODsMade

Not supported.

nTimesQAsked

Not supported.

nTimesFGiven

Not supported.

UpdateTime

The date and time when the call was updated.

Note that this date and time has nothing to do with the values you entered in the Start date and End date fields on the Meeting Participant Information page.

nDCSecInConf

The total amount of time, in seconds, that this meeting participant was in the web meeting room.

nSecInMTGNotes

Not supported.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Participants Report

Finding the Meeting Participants Report Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Export Information.

c. Click Meeting Participant Information.


Related Topics

About This Page: Meeting Participants Report

Tasks Using the Meeting Participants Report Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Exporting Information about Meeting Participants

About This Page: Outgoing Calls Information

This page is used to export information about outgoing calls that were made from Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express during a specified range of dates. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Output Fields of the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Finding the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Tasks Using the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Fields on the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Table C-66 Outgoing Calls Information Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Destination

Destination of the exported information. For descriptions, restrictions, and recommendations for each option, see the "About Export Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Include field header names

Whether or not to include the field header names in the exported file.

No
Yes

Default: Yes

Start date

Earliest date for which you want to export meeting dial-out information.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: yesterday's date

End date

Latest date for which you want to export meeting dial-out information.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date


Related Topics

About This Page: Outgoing Calls Information

Output Fields of the Outgoing Calls Information Page

Table C-67 Outgoing Calls Information Page Output Fields 

Field
Description

StartTimeOfCall

The date and time when the call started.

uid

Username used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation (not a phone).

ConfNum

Unique conference number assigned to this meeting after it was successfully scheduled.

nSeconds

The duration of the outgoing call, in seconds.

CalledDest

The telephone number that was called.

fBlastOutdial

Whether this was a blast dial-out call.

UpdateTime

The date and time when the call was updated.

partID

Unique number that identifies the person who is being called from within a meeting.


Related Topics

About This Page: Outgoing Calls Information

Finding the Outgoing Calls Information Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Export Information.

c. Click Outgoing Calls Information.


Related Topics

About This Page: Outgoing Calls Information

Tasks Using the Outgoing Calls Information Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Exporting Information about Outgoing Calls

About This Page: Outlook Plug-In Configuration

This page is used to configure the client installation file for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Extension for Microsoft Outlook. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page

Finding the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page

Fields on the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page

Table C-68 Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Name

Unique name to appear in the list of available MeetingPlace servers in the Microsoft Outlook options on the end-user PC.

Restriction: This field cannot contain any spaces. You may, however, use an underscore character (_), for example, "my_mpx_server."

1 to 120 alphanumeric characters

URL

URL of the MeetingPlace server to associate with the entered Name.

Enter the URL in one of the following formats:

For a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server:
http://hostname/outlook/mpe

For a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace server:
http://hostname/cgi-bin

After you enter the Name and URL, click Add.

MeetingPlace servers for Outlook plug-in

This field is used to display (and, if necessary, delete) the servers to appear in the list of available MeetingPlace servers in the Microsoft Outlook options on the end-user PC.

To delete a server from this field, select the item and then click Delete Selected.

Make MeetingPlace form the default appointment form

Whether to use the MeetingPlace scheduling form by default for all new Microsoft Outlook appointments and meetings.

The user can override this setting from Microsoft Outlook by clicking Tools > Options and selecting the MeetingPlace tab.

Yes/No

Default: Yes


Related Topics

About This Page: Outlook Plug-In Configuration

About This Page: Exchange Server Configuration

Finding the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Outlook Plug-In Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: Outlook Plug-In Configuration

Tasks Using the Outlook Plug-In Configuration Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Configuring the Client Installation File for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Extension for Microsoft Outlook, page B-6

About This Page: Port Utilization Report

This page is used to run a report about port utilization, which compares the number of ports scheduled to the number of ports actually used during a specified period of time. You can use this report to determine the peak and off-peak times of your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system and compare resource usage with available capacity. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Port Utilization Report Page

Output of the Port Utilization Report Page

Finding the Port Utilization Report Page

Tasks Using the Port Utilization Report Page

Fields on the Port Utilization Report Page

Table C-69 Port Utilization Report Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Report type

The format in which you want the port utilization report delivered.

Note that this field is read-only.

html

Destination

Destination of the generated report output. For more information, see the "About Report Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Date

Date for the port utilization report.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date

Start time

The hour you want the port utilization report data to begin.

Range: 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Default: 8:00 AM

End time

The hour you want the port utilization report data to end.

Range: 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Default: 5:00 PM


Related Topics

About This Page: Port Utilization Report

Output of the Port Utilization Report Page

The port utilization report output is a chart that shows the following information:

Date and times represented by the report.

Number of licensed voice ports on the system.

Percentage of licensed ports that were scheduled for meetings (red data).

Percentage of licensed ports that were actually used to attend voice meetings (blue data).

Percentage of licensed ports that were actually used to attend web meetings (green data).

Related Topics

About This Page: Port Utilization Report

Finding the Port Utilization Report Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Reports.

b. Click Port Utilization Report.


Related Topics

About This Page: Port Utilization Report

Tasks Using the Port Utilization Report Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Running a Report about Port Utilization

About This Page: Profile Information

This page is used to export user profile information from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Profile Information Page

Output Fields of the Profile Information Page—Used for Importing User Profiles

Finding the Profile Information Page

Tasks Using the Profile Information Page

Fields on the Profile Information Page

Table C-70 Profile Information Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Destination

Destination of the exported information. For descriptions, restrictions, and recommendations for each option, see the "About Export Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Include field header names

Whether or not to include the field header names in the exported file.

No
Yes

Default: Yes


Related Topics

About This Page: Profile Information

Output Fields of the Profile Information Page—Used for Importing User Profiles

Table C-71 lists, in alphabetical order, the output fields that the system displays after exporting user profile information. It also includes field descriptions and values, which are useful when you use the exported output to create import files.

Table C-71 Output Fields of the Profile Information Page—Used to Import User Profiles 

Header Field
Description
Values
Required Header Fields for Importing User Profiles

EncryptedProfilePWD

or

prfpwd

Encrypted profile password. See the description and values of the equivalent Profile Password user profile field.

If you instead want to import an unencrypted profile password, then modify the import file as follows:

1. Leave the EncryptedProfilePWD field blank for the user.

2. Add the prfpwd header field for the unencrypted profile password.

Requirement: This field is required in the import file only when adding user profiles by import.

Restrictions:

The prfpwd field does not appear in exported output. The field is used only in import files.

If the user is authenticated by an external directory, then you cannot modify this field. See the "About the Methods of Adding User Profiles" section on page 8-4.

This field cannot be modified in the preconfigured Guest profile.

EncryptedProfilePWD:
password previously encrypted by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

prfpwd:
5 to 17 numeric characters (0 - 9)

EncryptedUserPWD

or

upwd

Encrypted user password. See the description and values of the equivalent User password user profile field.

If you instead want to import an unencrypted user password, then modify the import file as follows:

1. Leave the EncryptedUserPWD field blank for the user.

2. Add the upwd header field for the unencrypted password.

Requirement: This field is required in the import file only when adding user profiles by import.

Restrictions:

The upwd field does not appear in exported output. The field is used only in import files.

Unicode is not supported.

If the user is authenticated by an external directory, then you cannot modify this field. See the "About the Methods of Adding User Profiles" section on page 8-4.

EncryptedUserPWD:
password previously encrypted by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

upwd:
5 to 17 alphanumeric characters

prfnum

See the description and values of the equivalent Profile Number user profile field.

Requirement: This field is required in the import file whether you are adding or deleting user profiles by import.

uid

See the description and values of the equivalent User ID user profile field.

Requirement: This field is required in the import file whether you are adding or deleting user profiles by import.

Optional Header Fields for Importing User Profiles

1stSearch

2ndSearch

3rdSearch

See the description and values of the equivalent Search order for "Find Me" user profile field.

abbprompts

Not supported.

allowguestoutdial

Not supported.

AllowInternetAccess

Not supported.

AllowVideoSched

Not supported.

altnotifprf

Not supported.

altphnum

Not supported.

anndpart

See the description and values of the equivalent Departure announcement user profile field.

annentry

See the description and values of the equivalent Entry announcement user profile field.

announceqarr

Not supported.

announceqdep

Not supported.

attndprf

See the description and values of the equivalent Method of attending user profile field.

autodistatts

Not supported.

autostrtrcrd

Not supported.

bcode

See the description and values of the equivalent Billing Code user profile field.

canallowguestoutdial

Not supported.

CanChangeMtgID

Not supported.

canrecord

Whether the user can record meetings.

Yes
No
Group Default

Default: Group Default

chatclienttype

Not supported.

cndial

See the description and values of the equivalent Can call out of meetings user profile field.

concurrentquestions

Not supported.

ctctuid

See the description and values of the equivalent User ID of Delegate user profile field.

DayOfLastImmedMtg

(Read Only) The date and time of the last immediate meeting that this user scheduled.

dfltnotifprio

See the field description and values of the equivalent Priority user profile field.

disablerollcall

Not supported.

emailaddr

See the field description and values of the equivalent E-mail address user profile field.

EmailFormat

See the field description and values of the equivalent E-mail format user profile field.

emailtype

See the field description and values of the equivalent E-mail type user profile field.

fadvanceinfo

Not supported.

fallowdataconf

Not supported.

fallowguestview

See the field description and values of the equivalent Publish meeting user profile field.

fautoproenabled

See the field description and values of the equivalent Skip pre-meeting option user profile field.

faxnum

Not supported.

faxxlattblnum

Not supported.

fCanInviteRemote
Servers

Not supported.

fchatsession

Not supported.

fEndMtgWarn

Not supported.

fismtgseminartype

Not supported.

fMtgExtendPrompts

Not supported.

fnm

See the field description and values of the equivalent First name user profile field.

fqnadisabled

Not supported.

fstartpeopleinwr

Not supported.

ftellpartpos

Not supported.

groupulallowed

Not supported.

grpnme

See the field description and values of the equivalent Group name user profile field.

Restriction: If the import file contains the grpnme header field, then all user profiles in the import file must have a valid entry for this field. For details, see the "Restrictions for Importing User Profiles" section.

grpnum

See the field description and values of the equivalent Number user group field.

Restriction: If the import file contains the grpnum header field, then all user profiles in the import file must have a valid entry for this field. For details, see the "Restrictions for Importing User Profiles" section.

InternetEmailAddr

Not supported.

isLocalUser

Whether this user is authenticated locally.

If this field is set to Yes, this is a local user.

If this field is set to No, this user is authenticated by an external directory.

Yes
No

Default: Yes

lnm

See the field description and values of the equivalent Last name user profile field.

MaxImmedMtgsPerDay

Not supported.

MaximumMeeting
Length

See the field description and values of the equivalent Maximum meeting length (minutes) user profile field.

MaxVUIODsPerMtg

Not supported.

meetingcategory

Not supported.

mxattsprmtg

Not supported.

numdataparts

Not supported.

NumImmedMtgsOnThat
Day

Not supported.

ODXLatTableNum

Not supported.

pgrnum

See the field description and values of the equivalent Pager # user profile field.

pgrtype

See the field description of the equivalent Pager type user profile field.

DID pager
non-DID pager
gd

Default: gd

phnum

See the field description and values of the equivalent Main phone # user profile field.

playattlstfifo

Not supported.

preferredunit

Not supported.

privateulallowed

Not supported.

prmrynotifprf

Not supported.

profileflex1

Not supported.

profileflex2

Not supported.

profileflex3

Not supported.

profileflex4

Not supported.

profileflex5

Not supported.

profileflex6

Not supported.

profileflex7

Not supported.

publiculallowed

Not supported.

pwdonoutdial

See the field description and values of the equivalent Ask for profile password user profile field.

pwdreq

See the field description and values of the equivalent Password required user profile field.

qnanotify

Not supported.

rcvattswnotif

Not supported.

rcvnotifs

See the field description and values of the equivalent Enable for receive user profile field.

recordmtgs

Not supported.

ReserveVoiceLicenses

See the field description and values of the equivalent Reserve voice licenses when setting up meetings user profile field.

RsvnlessCnfg

See the field description and values of the equivalent Use reservationless user profile field.

RsvnlessCnfgGD

Not supported.

schedhomesiteonly

Not supported.

schedprefunitonly

Not supported.

screntry

Not supported.

shrtmnus

Not supported.

site

Not supported.

sndinvlstwnotif

See the field description and values of the equivalent Include participant list user profile field.

sndmtgpwdwnotif

See the field description and values of the equivalent Include password user profile field.

sndnotifonmtgch

See the field description and values of the equivalent Send if meeting changes user profile field.

sndnotifs

See the field description and values of the equivalent Enabled for this meeting user profile field.

SSI_RollMapID

Not supported.

SSI_SiteID

Not supported.

SSI_SystemID

Not supported.

tzcode

See the field description of the equivalent Time zone user profile field.

Recommendation: The integer value in the import file must match a value defined by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Therefore, either use an existing value from an export file, or use the group default value of "gd."

Restriction: If the import file contains the tzcode header field, then all user profiles in the import file must have a valid entry for the field. For any invalid or blank tzcode values, the associated user profile is not imported, and an error is logged.

gd
integer value

uactive

See the field description and values of the equivalent User Active user profile field.

updatetime

(Read Only) The date and time of the last change to a file or record associated with this user.

MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM

utype

See the field description and values of the equivalent Type of user user profile field.

VideoEndPtBandwidth

Not supported.

VLanguage

See the field description and values of the equivalent Language user profile field.

VName

Not supported.

VUPasswordLast
Changed

(Read Only) Date and time the user password was last changed.

WFPasswordLast
Changed

(Read Only) Date and time the profile password was last changed.

whocanattnd

See the field description and values of the equivalent Who can attend user profile field.

whocanlstn

Not supported.


Related Topics

Sample Import File for User Profiles

Importing User Profiles

Deleting User Profiles by Import

About This Page: Profile Information

Finding the Profile Information Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Export Information.

c. Click Profile Information.


Related Topics

About This Page: Profile Information

Tasks Using the Profile Information Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Exporting Information about User Profiles

About This Page: Reports

The Reports page leads to other pages that provide the options listed in Table C-72.

Table C-72 Reports Area Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Page

View meeting cancellations.

About This Page: Meeting Cancellation Report

View billing reports.

About This Page: Billing Report

Compare port usage with available capacity.

About This Page: Port Utilization Report

View disk usage by meetings and available space in current disks.

About This Page: Disk Usage Report

View or delete meeting notifications that are waiting to be sent by e-mail to end users.

About This Page: E-Mail Notification Queue Status Report

View active or historical data about the software audio mixer.

About This Page: Media Statistics Reports

View information about meetings that are currently in session.

About This Page: In-Session Monitoring


About This Page: Scheduling Failures Information

This page is used to export information about failed attempts to schedule meetings during a specified range of dates. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Output Fields of the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Failure Codes of the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Finding the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Tasks Using the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Fields on the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Table C-73 Scheduling Failures Information Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

Destination

Destination of the exported information. For descriptions, restrictions, and recommendations for each option, see the "About Export Destinations" section.

Screen
File
Printer

Default: Screen

Include field header names

Whether or not to include the field header names in the exported file.

No
Yes

Default: Yes

Start date

Earliest date for which you want to export scheduling failures information.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: yesterday's date

End date

Latest date for which you want to export scheduling failures information.

Format: mm/dd/yyyy

Default: today's date


Related Topics

About This Page: Scheduling Failures Information

Output Fields of the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Table C-74 Scheduling Failures Information Page Output Fields 

Field
Description

SchedulerUid

The username (used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation, not from a phone) of the person who scheduled the meeting.

SchedulingTime

The date and time when the user tried to schedule the meeting.

MtgStartTime

The date and start time for the meeting that the user was trying to schedule.

DialableConfID

Unique number used by the local audio mixer to identify the voice meeting. This value is different from the meeting ID displayed to end users.

NumOfPortsRqsted

The number of ports requested for the failed meeting.

MtgLenthInMin

The length, in minutes, of the failed meeting.

UnitNo

Not supported.

SiteNo

Not supported.

SlotNo

Not supported.

FailCode

The failure code that describes why the meeting could not be scheduled. See Table C-75for information about the failure codes.

fSchedOnHomeServerOnly

Whether the user's profile is set to schedule meetings on the home server only.

fSchedOnHomeSiteOnly

Whether the user's profile is set to schedule meetings on the NS home site only.

ErrorString

A text string message that is displayed to the user. This message corresponds to the FailCode.

FailSeqNum

Tracks multiple failure attempts for the same meeting.

UniqueConfNum

Unique conference number assigned to this meeting after it was successfully scheduled.

Note that this is 0 for meetings that are not scheduled successfully.


Related Topics

About This Page: Scheduling Failures Information

Failure Codes of the Scheduling Failures Information Page

Table C-75 Scheduling Failures Information Page Failure Codes 

Field
Description

5155

Server did not extend meeting because of one of these reasons:

Less than two participants are in the voice and web conferencing sessions.

The meeting was extended to more than 24 hours.

The Extend Meeting parameter is set to 0 minutes.

5209

The conference was terminated.

5122

Generic code for any error found from internal reservation mechanism.

5154

The server cannot commit the extensions because of a failure to save the extension record to the database.

5129

Original resource reservation cannot be found.

131198

Failed to extend because of lack of voice ports.

131199

Failed to extend because of lack of recording space.

131262

Failed to extend because of meeting ID conflict.

131158

One person remains in the conference.

131159

Conference was extended more than 24 hours.


Related Topics

About This Page: Scheduling Failures Information

Finding the Scheduling Failures Information Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click Export Information.

c. Click Scheduling Failures Information.


Related Topics

About This Page: Scheduling Failures Information

Tasks Using the Scheduling Failures Information Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Exporting Information about Scheduling Failures

About This Page: Services

The Services page leads to other pages with the options listed in Table C-76 or Table C-77, depending on whether you logged in as an attendant or a system administrator.

Table C-76 Attendant View of Services Area Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Page

Viewing, Deleting, and Exporting Alarms

About This Page: Alarms



About This Page: SIP Configuration

This page is used to connect Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express to a supported call-control device through a SIP trunk. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the SIP Configuration Page

Finding the SIP Configuration Page

Tasks Using the SIP Configuration Page

Fields on the SIP Configuration Page

Table C-78 SIP Configuration Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value

SIP enabled?

Whether or not SIP is enabled.

Notes

If this field is set to No, then incoming SIP calls cannot be received.

To use SIP for outgoing calls, see the "About This Page: Dial Configuration" section.

Yes/No

Default: Yes

Display name:

If a user calls Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a Cisco Unified IP Phone, this name appears on the Cisco Unified IP Phone screen.

Up to 64 characters

Default: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

Username:

The phone number of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express server. This number should match the Access phone number 1 field. See the "About This Page: Usage Configuration" section.

If Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express dials out to a Cisco Unified IP Phone, this number appears on the Cisco Unified IP Phone screen.

Up to 64 characters

Default: 0000

Local SIP port:

UDP port used for incoming SIP calls to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Restriction: This number must match the port number configured on the call-control device. See the "Configuring Call-Control Integration for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express" section.

The following port settings are automatically configured on Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express and cannot be modified:

Static UDP port 5060 is used for call setup of outgoing SIP calls from Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Random UDP ports in the range 5000 to 65535 are used for RTP1 voice streams.

Range: 0 to 65535

Default: 5060

SIP proxy server 1:

IP address of the SIP proxy server. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system directs dial-out calls to this IP address.

SIP proxy servers receive SIP messages and forward them to the next SIP server in the network. Proxy servers can provide functions such as authentication, authorization, network access control, routing, reliable request retransmission, and security.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

SIP proxy server 2:

IP address of an optional failover SIP proxy server.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

SIP proxy server 3:

IP address of an optional failover SIP proxy server.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

SIP proxy server 4:

IP address of an optional failover SIP proxy server.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

SIP proxy server 5:

IP address of an optional failover SIP proxy server.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

SIP proxy server 6:

IP address of an optional failover SIP proxy server.

Enter the decimal value of one octet in each field.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 0

1 RTP = Real-Time Transport Protocol.


Related Topics

About This Page: SIP Configuration

Finding the SIP Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Call Configuration.

c. Click SIP Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: SIP Configuration

Tasks Using the SIP Configuration Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Configuring Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express: Connecting to a Call-Control Device Through a SIP Trunk

About This Page: SMTP Server Configuration

This page is used to connect Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express to external SMTP servers, through which e-mail notifications are sent. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the SMTP Server Configuration Page

Finding the SMTP Server Configuration Page

Tasks Using the SMTP Server Configuration Page

Fields on the SMTP Server Configuration Page

Table C-79 SMTP Server Configuration Page Fields 

Field  
Description
Value
Primary SMTP Server

Primary SMTP server

Hostname or IP address of the primary SMTP server.

Example: mail1.example.com

Primary SMTP server authentication

Whether or not the primary SMTP server requires authentication for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

True/False

Default: False

Primary SMTP server username

SMTP server username to use for authentication.

Primary SMTP server password

Primary SMTP server password confirm

SMTP server password to use for authentication.

Secondary SMTP Server

Secondary SMTP server

Hostname or IP address of the secondary SMTP server.

Example: mail2.example.com

For information about when the secondary SMTP server is used, see the "Configuring SMTP Servers" section.

Secondary SMTP server authentication

Whether or not the primary SMTP server requires authentication for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

True/False

Default: False

Secondary SMTP server username

SMTP server username to use for authentication.

Secondary SMTP server password

Secondary SMTP server password confirm

SMTP server password to use for authentication.


Related Topics

About This Page: SMTP Server Configuration

Finding the SMTP Server Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click E-Mail Service Administration.

c. Click SMTP Server Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: SMTP Server Configuration

Tasks Using the SMTP Server Configuration Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Configuring SMTP Servers

About This Page: SNMP Community Strings

This page is used to display, add, edit, and delete SNMP community strings. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the SNMP Community Strings Page

Finding the SNMP Community Strings Page

Tasks Using the SNMP Community Strings Page

Fields on the SNMP Community Strings Page

Table C-80 SNMP Community Strings Page Fields 

Field
Description

Community string name

The name of the SNMP community string. Click the underlined name of the SNMP community string to edit it.

Access privileges

The level of access for this SNMP community string. Access privileges provide security by restricting the ability to alter the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.

Allowable access privileges for the community strings are:

Read only

Read write

Read write notify

Notify only

None


Related Topics

About This Page: SNMP Community Strings

Finding the SNMP Community Strings Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click SNMP.

c. Click Community Strings.


Related Topics

About This Page: SNMP Community Strings

Tasks Using the SNMP Community Strings Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Displaying SNMP Community Strings

Adding an SNMP Community String

Editing an SNMP Community String

Deleting an SNMP Community String

About This Page: SNMP Configuration

The SNMP Configuration page leads to other pages with configuration options listed in Table C-81.

Table C-81 SNMP Configuration Area Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Pages

Community Strings

About This Page: Edit SNMP Community String

About This Page: SNMP Community Strings

Notification Destinations

About This Page: Edit SNMP Notification Destination

About This Page: SNMP Notification Destinations


About This Page: SNMP Notification Destinations

This page is used to display, add, edit, and delete SNMP notification destinations. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the SNMP Notification Destinations Page

Finding the SNMP Notification Destinations Page

Tasks Using the SNMP Notification Destinations Page

Fields on the SNMP Notification Destinations Page

Table C-82 SNMP Notification Destinations Page Fields 

Field
Description

Destination IP address

The IP address of this SNMP notification destination. Click the name of the SNMP notification destination to edit it.

Port number

The port number of this SNMP notification destination.

SNMP version

The SNMP version of this SNMP notification destination.

Community string name

The community string associated with this SNMP notification destination.

Notification type

The notification type for this SNMP notification destination.


Related Topics

About This Page: SNMP Notification Destinations

Finding the SNMP Notification Destinations Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Maintenance.

b. Click SNMP.

c. Click Notification Destinations.


Related Topics

About This Page: SNMP Notification Destinations

Tasks Using the SNMP Notification Destinations Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Displaying SNMP Notification Destinations

Adding an SNMP Notification Destination

Editing an SNMP Notification Destination

Deleting an SNMP Notification Destination

About This Page: System Configuration

The System Configuration page leads to other pages with configuration options listed in Table C-83.

Table C-83 System Configuration Area Configuration Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Pages

Configuring Basic Operation Parameters for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

About This Page: Usage Configuration

Configuring Scheduled and Reservationless Meetings for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

About This Page: Meeting Configuration

About This Page: Dial Configuration

About This Page: Audio Parameters

Configuring Call-Control Integration for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

About This Page: H.323 Configuration

About This Page: SIP Configuration

Configuring E-Mail Notifications for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express

About This Page: SMTP Server Configuration

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Basic)

About This Page: Edit Master Template (Advanced)

About This Page: Edit Language Property File

About This Page: Download a Language Property File

About This Page: Upload a Language Property File


About This Page: System Information Capture

This page is used to view system information, over a specific period of time, about the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. Topics in this section include:

Display Options for the System Information Capture Page

Finding the System Information Capture Page

Tasks Using the System Information Capture Page

Display Options for the System Information Capture Page

The System Information Capture page lets a system administrator obtain a snapshot of system information data. The options available to obtain the data are as follows:

Navigate to the zip file specified on the page. The name of the zip file is based on the date and time parameters that you entered on the View System Information Capture page.

Click Export to File.

Related Topics

Exporting Information to a File

About This Page: System Information Capture

Finding the System Information Capture Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Services.

b. Click Logs.

c. Click View System Information Capture.

Step 4 On the View System Information Capture page, enter or change the values in the fields, which are described in the "About This Page: View System Information Capture" section.

Step 5 Click View Logs.


Related Topics

About This Page: System Information Capture

Tasks Using the System Information Capture Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Viewing the System Information Capture Log

About This Page: System Logs

This page displays the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system log. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the System Logs Page

Finding the System Logs Page

Tasks Using the System Logs Page

Fields on the System Logs Page


Note These fields only appear if your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system has any data for the parameters you entered.


Table C-84 System Logs Page Fields 

Field
Description

Date

The date on which the event occurred.

Time

The time at which the event occurred.

Severity

The severity of the event. Can be INFO, WARN, MIN, or MAJ.

Ex

The exception code that identifies the specific type of exception.

Note that an exception code of 0 means no exception code is defined.

There is a 1:1 correspondence between defined exception codes and the descriptions.

File

The name of the file in which the event occurred.

Line

The line in the file on which the event occurred.

SCodes

Context-specific values that are reported along with the exception code.

Note that for events with undefined exception codes, these values are used as the description.

Description

Description of the event.


Related Topics

About This Page: System Logs

Finding the System Logs Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Services.

b. Click Logs.

c. Click System Logs.

Step 4 On the View System Logs page, configure the fields, which are described in the "About This Page: View System Logs" section.

Step 5 Click View Logs.


Related Topics

About This Page: System Logs

Tasks Using the System Logs Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Viewing the System Log

About This Page: System Status

This page is used to display the current status of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. Topics in this section include:

Finding the System Status Page

Tasks Using the System Status Page

Finding the System Status Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Services.

b. Click System Status.


Related Topics

About This Page: System Status

Tasks Using the System Status Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Viewing System Status

About This Page: System Status Details

This page displays the current status of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the System Status Details Page

Finding the System Status Details Page

Tasks Using the System Status Details Page

Fields on the System Status Details Page

Table C-85 Systems Status Details Page Fields 

Field
Description
General

System mode

The current loading status of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express software. One of the following: up, down, shutting down, loading, coming up, and unloaded.

Temperature

The temperature (in degrees Celsius) as measured on the MSC card inside the cabinet.

Note that until the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system is up, the temperature reads "Unknown." Once the system is up, the temperature reads correctly.

Power supply

Displays either "OK" or displays a count of the times the voltage was out of tolerance.

Server Information

Server name

The name of the server.

Unit

This is always set to 0.

Class

The class name.

Mailbox

The number of the mailbox.

Note that this is a hexadecimal number.

Mailbox Information

Mailbox name

The name of the mailbox.

Unit

This is always set to 0.

Mailbox

The number of the mailbox.

Note that this is a hexadecimal number.

Messages

For internal use only.

Connection Information

Conn ID

For internal use only.

Unit

This is always set to 0.

Creator MB

For internal use only.

Module Information

Module name

The name of the software module.

CLS

For internal use only.

Status

Status of the module. One of the following: up, down, starting, going down, exiting, or gone.

PID

For internal use only.

UID

Username used to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation (not from a phone).

Exit

For internal use only.

Unit Information

Unit

This is not used.

Site

This is not used.

Status

This is not used.

Run level

This is not used.

Unit kind

This is not used.

Last attach

This is not used.

CPU Information

CPU usage

For internal use only.


Related Topics

About This Page: System Status Details

Finding the System Status Details Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Services.

b. Click System Status.

Step 4 Click Execute.


Related Topics

About This Page: System Status Details

Tasks Using the System Status Details Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Viewing System Status

About This Page: Upload a Language Property File

This page is used to upload a language property file from a PC to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Upload a Language Property File Page

Finding the Upload a Language Property File Page

Tasks for the Upload a Language Property File Page

Fields on the Upload a Language Property File Page

Table C-86 Upload a Language Property File Page Field 

Field  
Description
Value

Language Name

Language with which to associate the property file.

Choose from the drop-down menu of installed and enabled languages.

Default: en_US (U.S. English)

Choose language file to upload

Directory path and filename of the language property file on the PC.

Restriction: Filename must exactly match the name of an existing Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express language property file.

To locate the file, click Browse.


Related Topics

About This Page: Upload a Language Property File

Finding the Upload a Language Property File Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 At the top of the page, click Administration.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click E-Mail Service Administration.

c. Click E-Mail Notification Template Configuration.

d. Click Upload a Language Property File.


Related Topics

About This Page: Upload a Language Property File

Tasks for the Upload a Language Property File Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Uploading the Language Property File

About This Page: Usage Configuration

This page is used to configure many system-wide operational parameters, including languages, user authentication, access phone numbers, and some security features. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the Usage Configuration Page

Finding the Usage Configuration Page

Tasks Using the Usage Configuration Page

Fields on the Usage Configuration Page

Table C-87 Usage Configuration Page Fields 

Field
Description
Value

24 hour time

Whether to show meeting times by a 24-hour clock or 12-hour clock.

When Yes, the value is 24-hour time.

When No, the value is 12-hour time.

No/Yes

Default: Yes

Dial attendant on timeout

Whether or not callers are transferred to the attendant in the following situations1 :

Caller dials 0 for operator assistance.

Caller does not enter a number at a voice prompt.

No/Yes

Default: No

Attendant phone

Phone number that callers are sent to if they do not press a number at a voice prompt or press 0 for operator assistance.

Make sure that the person the system dials to help users is available to provide assistance, is trained as a delegate or attendant on Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express, and has access to delegate and attendant materials.

Language 1

Language 2

Language 3

Language 4

Enabled languages. The Language 1 field sets the default system-wide language.

Installed languages may be used on the system only if they are selected in a language field.

If the languages license is installed, then the number of active language fields (up to four fields) is determined by the number of installed languages.

If the languages license is not installed, then only one language field is active. The three other language fields are dimmed.

Restriction: A system restart2 is required to enable or disable a language. A system restart is not required to switch the order in which the languages appear in these fields.

See the "About Languages" section.

Choose from the drop-down menu of installed languages.

Default: English (US)

Minimum profile password length

Number of numeric characters required in a phone profile password.

Range: 5 to 17

Default: 5

Change profile password (days)

Frequency, in days, at which phone profile passwords must be changed.

A value of 0 means that phone profile passwords never need to be changed.

Restriction: This field does not apply to users that are authenticated by an external directory. See the "About User Authentication By an External Directory" section.

Range: 0 to 3650

Default: 90

Minimum user password length

Number of alphanumeric characters required in a user password, which is entered with a username to log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express from a workstation.

0 or range: 5 to 17

Default: 5

Change user password (days)

Frequency, in days, at which user passwords must be changed.

A value of 0 means that user passwords never need to be changed.

Restriction: This field does not apply to users that are authenticated by an external directory. See the "About User Authentication By an External Directory" section.

Range: 0 to 3650

Default: 90

Maximum profile login attempts

Number of consecutive login attempts within a session before a user profile is locked.

A value of 0 means that user profiles are never locked due to failed login attempts.

Note: Before reaching the maximum number of login attempts, the user may restart the counter by taking one of the following actions:

Close the browser and open a new one to continue the login attempts.

End the call to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express and begin a new call to continue the login attempts.

Restriction: The preconfigured Admin and Guest profiles cannot be locked.

Range: 0 to 255

Default: 3

Call out on major alarm

Whether or not Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express calls the system administrator if an error condition affects system operation.

Recommendation: Yes

No/Yes

Default: No

Phone number to call on alarm

Phone number used to call the system administrator if the Call out on major alarm field is set to Yes.

Restriction: Pagers are not supported.

0 to 32 numeric characters3

Allow guest outdials

Whether or not to allow guest users to dial out from Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. See the following topics:

About Toll Fraud Prevention Options

About Dial-Out Features and Voice Prompt Languages, page 8-11

Information About the Guest Profile and Guest Users, page 8-21

No/Yes'

Default: No

Cisco Unified CallManager version

Cisco Unified CallManager version.

The value of this field determines which user authentication method can be configured on this page:

LDAP4 —Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x

AXL5 SOAP6 API 7 —Cisco Unified CallManager version 5.x

For more information, see the "About User Authentication By an External Directory" section.

Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x/
Cisco Unified CallManager version 5.x

Default: Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x

LDAP URL

URL of the LDAP directory server to use for authentication of non-local users. Enter the URL in one of the following formats:

ldap://server-ip-address:port/

ldap://server-hostname:port/

Restriction: Make sure that there are no spaces after the URL.

Example: ldap://CCMUSERS-2:8404/

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

Directory username

LDAP directory server username, used for authentication.

Example: cn=Directory Manager, o=cisco.com

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

Password

LDAP directory server password that was configured during Cisco Unified CallManager installation.

Example: ldappassword

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

Cisco base

Location of user information in the Cisco Unified CallManager DC-Directory.

Leave this field blank if you are not using the embedded LDAP directory in Cisco Unified CallManager Version 4.x to authenticate Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express users.

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

Default: o=cisco.com

User base

The location of the user subtree in the LDAP directory tree.

Example (DC-Directory): ou=users, o=cisco.com

Example (Active Directory): DC=ad,DC=com

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

Default: ou=users, o=cisco.com

Directory type

Type of LDAP directory.

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 4.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

Active Directory/
Netscape/iPlanet/
Cisco Unified CallManager

Default: Cisco Unified CallManager

AXL username

Username of the Cisco Unified CallManager application user with defined AXL permissions.

Example: axluser

For information about creating an application user, see the Administrator's Guide for your release of Cisco Unified CallManager.

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 5.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

AXL password

Password of the Cisco Unified CallManager application user with defined AXL permissions.

Example: myaxlpassword

For information about creating an application user, see the Administrator's Guide for your release of Cisco Unified CallManager.

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 5.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

New AXL URL

This field is used to configure the URL or hostname of the AXL directory server used to authenticate users. Enter a URL in this field, click Add, and then verify that the new entry appears in the AXL URL field.

Example (URL): https://ccmusers-1.example.com:8443/axl

Example (hostname): ccmusers-1

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 5.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

AXL URL

This field is used to display (and, if necessary, delete) the URL or hostname of the AXL directory server used to authenticate users.

To delete a hostname or URL from this field, select the item and then click Delete Selected.

This field is configurable only when Cisco Unified CallManager version 5.x is selected in the Cisco Unified CallManager version field.

Label for access phone number 1

Text used to describe the first meeting access phone number that is displayed in the following places:

E-mail notifications

Telephone pop-up notification box in the full web meeting room

Cisco Unified IP Phone screens (only when subscribed to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express service for the Cisco Unified IP Phone—see the "About Cisco Unified IP Phone Services" section.)

Example: "Dial-In"

Restrictions:

Changes to this field take effect only after restarting the system.2

(For full web meeting rooms only) See the "About the Character Limitation of the Telephone Pop-Up Notification Box in the Full Web Meeting Room" section.

Up to 32 characters

Access phone number 1

First meeting access phone number.

Restrictions:

Changes to this field take effect only after restarting the system.2

(For Find Me feature with pagers only) Only the characters 0-9, #, and * are processed and sent to pagers at the start of a meeting. See the "About the Find Me Feature" section on page 8-13.

Up to 32 characters

Label for access phone number 2

Text used to describe the second meeting access phone number.

Example: "Toll-Free"

Restrictions:

Changes to this field take effect only after restarting the system.2

(For full web meeting rooms only) See the "About the Character Limitation of the Telephone Pop-Up Notification Box in the Full Web Meeting Room" section.

Up to 32 characters

Access phone number 2

Second meeting access phone number.

Restriction: Changes to this field take effect only after restarting the system.2

Up to 32 characters

Label for access phone number 3

Text used to describe the third meeting access phone number.

Example: "Internal"

Restrictions:

Changes to this field take effect only after restarting the system.2

(For full web meeting rooms only) See the "About the Character Limitation of the Telephone Pop-Up Notification Box in the Full Web Meeting Room" section.

Up to 32 characters

Access phone number 3

Third meeting access phone number.

Restriction: Changes to this field take effect only after restarting the system.2

Up to 32 characters

Label for access phone number 4

Text used to describe the fourth meeting access phone number.

Example: "International"

Restrictions:

Changes to this field take effect only after restarting the system.2

(For full web meeting rooms only) See the "About the Character Limitation of the Telephone Pop-Up Notification Box in the Full Web Meeting Room" section.

Up to 32 characters

Access phone number 4

Fourth meeting access phone number.

Restriction: Changes to this field take effect only after restarting the system.2

Up to 32 characters

1 Calls to the attendant are not supported if you use a SIP trunk to integrate Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express with Cisco Unified CallManager Release 4.x. For more information about this restriction, see the Cisco Unified CallManager Restrictions for Integration in a SIP Environment in the "Information About Integration in a SIP Environment" section.

2 To restart the system, enter sudo mpx_sys restart in the CLI. For information about logging into the CLI, see the Installation and Upgrade Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

3 The required format for phone numbers is determined by the call-control device for your IP telephony network. Therefore, enter phone numbers in the same format used to dial similar numbers from a phone on the same IP telephony network as Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. For example, if calls within your company are made by dialing the last four digits of a phone number, then enter only the last four digits in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express for internal phone numbers. If, however, you want Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express to call a phone in a different area code, then you may need to include a 9 and the complete telephone number including the area code.

4 LDAP = Lightweight Directory Access Protocol.

5 AXL = Administrative XML Layer.

6 SOAP = Simple Object Access Protocol.

7 API = Application Programming Interface.


Related Topics

About This Page: Usage Configuration

Finding the Usage Configuration Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click System Configuration.

b. Click Usage Configuration.


Related Topics

About This Page: Usage Configuration

Tasks Using the Usage Configuration Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Configuring Operator Assistance

Enabling Languages

Configuring Major Alarm Calls

Restricting Dial-Out Privileges for Guest Users

About User Authentication By an External Directory

Configuring Meeting Phone Numbers and Notification Labels

Configuring User Password Requirements

Limiting the Number of Failed User Login Attempts

Displaying Meeting Times Using a 12- or 24-Hour Clock

About This Page: User Configuration

The User Configuration page leads to other pages with the configuration options listed in Table C-88.

Table C-88 User Configuration Area Options and Pages 

Option
Administration Center Page

Find, add, edit, and delete user profiles.

About This Page: User Profile Management

Find, add, edit, and delete user groups.

About This Page: User Group Management

View and unlock any locked user profiles.

About This Page: View Locked Profiles


About This Page: User Group Management

This page displays the user groups that are defined in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Options for the User Group Management Page

Finding the User Group Management Page

Tasks Using the User Group Management Page

Options for the User Group Management Page

By default, this page displays user groups that are sorted by group name, in ascending alphanumeric sort order (a to z). Table C-89 describes the options available on this page.

Table C-89 User Group Management Page Options 

To
Do This

Sort by group name, group number, or active status

Click the Name, Number or Group Active? column heading.

Change the alphanumeric sort order to ascending or descending

Click the column heading to change the arrow direction:

Down arrow—ascending sort

Up arrow—descending sort

Display a shorter or longer list of user groups in one view

At the bottom of the page, in the Rows per page field, select the number of user groups to display.

Display a different page of user groups

At the bottom of the page, do one of the following:

In the Go field, enter the page number to display, and click Go.

Click the arrows to page through the list.

Create a new user group

Click Add New.

Delete user groups

Check the appropriate check boxes in the far left column, then click Delete Selected.

Restriction: The preconfigured System user group cannot be deleted.


Related Topics

About This Page: User Group Management

Finding the User Group Management Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click User Configuration.

b. Click User Group Management.


Related Topics

About This Page: User Group Management

Tasks Using the User Group Management Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Adding User Groups Manually, page 8-25

Searching User Groups, page 8-26

Modifying User Groups, page 8-27

Deleting User Groups, page 8-27

About This Page: User Profile Management

This page is used to display the user profiles that are defined in the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database. Topics in this section include:

Options for the User Profile Management Page

Finding the User Profile Management Page

Tasks Using the User Profile Management Page

Options for the User Profile Management Page

By default, this page displays user profiles that are sorted by username, in ascending alphanumeric sort order (a to z). Table C-90 describes the options available on this page.

Table C-90 User Profile Management Page Options 

To
Do This

Sort by username, profile number, or name

Click the User ID, Profile Number or Name column heading.

Change the alphanumeric sort order to ascending or descending

Click the column heading to change the arrow direction:

Down arrow—ascending sort

Up arrow—descending sort

Display a shorter or longer list of user profiles in one view

At the bottom of the page, in the Rows per page field, select the number of user profiles to display.

Display a different page of user profiles

At the bottom of the page, do one of the following:

In the Go field, enter the page number to display, and click Go.

Click the arrows to page through the list.

Search by username

Click the User ID radio button, enter the first character(s) of the username, and then click Search.

Search by first or last name

Click the Name radio button, enter at least the first character(s) of the first name or last name, and then click Search.

Edit an existing user profile

Find the user profile that you want to modify, and click edit in the same row.

Create a new user profile

Click Add New.

Delete one or more user profiles

Check the appropriate check boxes in the far left column, then click Delete Selected.

Restriction: The preconfigured Admin and Guest profiles cannot be deleted.


Related Topics

About This Page: User Profile Management

Finding the User Profile Management Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click User Configuration.

b. Click User Profile Management.


Related Topics

About This Page: User Profile Management

Tasks Using the User Profile Management Page

This page is used to complete the following tasks:

Adding User Profiles Manually, page 8-28

Modifying User Profiles, page 8-31

Searching User Profiles, page 8-29

Deleting User Profiles, page 8-31

Modifying the Guest Profile, page 8-32

Locking User Profiles, page 8-34

About This Page: View Backup Logs

This page is used to view the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express backup log. Topics in this section include:

Finding the View Backup Logs Page

Tasks Using the View Backup Logs Page

Finding the View Backup Logs Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Services.

b. Click Logs.

c. Click Backup Logs.


Related Topics

About This Page: View Backup Logs

Tasks Using the View Backup Logs Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Viewing System Backup Logs

About This Page: View Locked Profiles

This page displays the user profiles that are locked. For locked user profiles that belong to user groups, the group defaults for active/inactive status are also displayed. Topics in this section include:

Options for the View Locked Profiles Page

Finding the View Locked Profiles Page

Tasks Using the View Locked Profiles Page

Options for the View Locked Profiles Page

Table C-91 View Locked Profiles Page Options 

To
Do This

Set locked user profiles to active state

Check the appropriate check boxes in the far left column, then click Set Selected to Active.

Set locked user profiles to inactive state

Check the appropriate check boxes in the far left column, then click Set Selected to Inactive.

Display a shorter or longer list of locked user profiles in one view

At the bottom of the page, in the Rows per page field, select the number of user profiles to display.

Display a different page of locked user profiles

At the bottom of the page, do one of the following:

In the Go field, enter the page number to display, and click Go.

Click the arrows to page through the list.


Related Topics

About This Page: View Locked Profiles

Finding the View Locked Profiles Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click User Configuration.

b. Click Locked Profiles.


Related Topics

About This Page: View Locked Profiles

Tasks Using the View Locked Profiles Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Unlocking User Profiles, page 8-33

About This Page: View System Information Capture

This page is used to view system information, over a specific period of time, about Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the View System Information Capture Page

Finding the View System Information Capture Page

Tasks Using the View System Information Capture Page

Fields on the View System Information Capture Page

Table C-92 View System Information Capture Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Event date

The date of the event for which you want system information.

Date in the format MM/DD/YYYY

or

Click ... to choose a date.

Default: today's date

Approx. Event Time

The approximate hour and minute of the event for which you want system information.

Hour: 00 - 23

Minute: 00-59

Log Capture Window

The number of minutes before and after the approximate event time for which you want system information.

0-1400

Contact Name

The name of the person to contact with information about the event.

Any name.

Contact Number

The phone number of the person to contact with information about the event.

Any text string.

Contact email

The e-mail address of the person to contact with information about the event.

A valid e-mail address.

Event Scenario

The steps that produced the event.

Any text.

Observed Results

What you observed when the event happened.

Any text.

Expected Results

What you expected to observe when the event happened.

Any text.


Related Topics

About This Page: View System Information Capture

Finding the View System Information Capture Page


Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.

Step 2 Click Administration at the top of the page.

Step 3 On the left side of the page:

a. Click Services.

b. Click Logs.

c. Click View System Information Capture.


Related Topics

About This Page: View System Information Capture

Tasks Using the View System Information Capture Page

This page is used to complete the following task:

Viewing the System Information Capture Log

About This Page: View System Logs

This page is used to view the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system log. Topics in this section include:

Fields on the View System Logs Page

Finding the View System Logs Page

Tasks Using the View System Logs Page

Fields on the View System Logs Page

Table C-93 View System Logs Page Fields 

Field
Description
Values

Severity level

The type of log messages you want to see.

For normal operations, select minor, which provides a list of all log entries, or information, which lists everything.

information
warn
major
minor

Default: major

Sort by date

Whether to sort the log messages by oldest or newest.

Sort by date ascending
Sort by date descending

Default: Sort by date descending.

Start date (optional)

The start date for the log messages you want to see.

Date in the format MM/DD/YYYY

or

Click Select date to choose a date.

Default: yesterday's date

End date (optional)

The end date for the log messages you want to see.

Date in the format MM/DD/YYYY

or

Click Select date to choose a date.

Default: today's date

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