This document lists the web-based administrative consoles that Cisco Unified Call Services, Universal Edition, supports, explains how to access them, and answers related questions.
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What web-based administrative consoles does Cisco Unified Call Services, Universal Edition, support?
This segment lists the web-based administrative consoles that Cisco Unified Call Services, Universal Edition, supports, provides their access URLs, and describes the usage of each console.
Cisco Unified Call Services Software Activation Console
Description: This console is used to activate new Cisco Unified Services installations, as well as to update the license of current installations, for example, to update the expiration date, increase the number of maximum concurrent sessions, etc.
Cisco Unified Call Services System Info
Description: This console displays detailed system information, which includes data about Cisco Unified Services, the application server that is used, various system properties, and Java VM memory statistics. This information is often useful for debugging, testing, and support purposes.
Cisco Unified Call Services System ID Page
Description: This console displays the system ID of the Cisco Unified Services installation.
Note: This information is also available from the Cisco Unified Services Software Activation Console.
Cisco Unified Services Probe Page
Description: This console returns this text if the Cisco Unified Services installation performs normally:
The Audium Call Services is up and running
This console is most often used with load balancers so that they can detect a problematic Cisco Unified Services installation and reroute traffic to other servers.
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