This document describes some of the IP phone agent login failures that occur after you install Cisco Customer Response Solution (CRS) 3.1 in a Cisco IP Contact Center (IPCC) Express environment. The document also provides the workarounds.
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The information in this document is based on these software and hardware versions:
Cisco CallManager version 3.3(3) and later
CRS 3.1(1) Service Release 2
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If the agent desktop is in a different subnet than the CRS and Cisco CallManager, the IP phone agent fails to log in. This section shows the procedure that results in the failure.
Press the Services button on Cisco IP Phone 7940 or 7960.
Figure 1 appears.Figure 1—IP Phone Agent Initial Menu
Note: Your display can differ, which depends on how your system administrator set up your IP phone.
Choose IP Phone Agent from the menu.
Figure 2 appears.Figure 2—IP Agent Login Screen
Enter the agent identification (ID), password, and agent extension.
Press the Submit softkey.
This error appears on the screen:
Connection to CTI Server is down
In the same subnet, the agent desktop associated with the same agent can log in successfully.
Apply Cisco Customer Response Applications 3.1(1) Service Release 2 in order to resolve the IP phone agent login failure. If you install Service Release 2, you do not need to install Service Release 1.
After you increase the license count for the IP Phone Agent from 20 to 30 agents, you can still only log in 20 agents at a time. When the agent fails to log in to the IP Phone Agent, this message is displayed on the IP phone:
Invalid entry(s) re-enter
This error message is displayed in the AgtStateSvr.log, which is located in the c:\Program Files\Cisco\Desktop\IP Phone Agent Interface\log directory:
Have Reached Maximum license allowed
Note: Another possible symptom of this issue can be agents are unable to log in, and one of these error messages is received:
could not load page
Your requested operation failed. Try again
Note: In order to increase the license count, you must purchase new licenses from Cisco. When you have the new license file and it has been moved to the server, click Start > Programs > Cisco CRA Administration > License Update Utility.
Note: In order to reset the licenses, you can run the LicenseReset.bat file. The LicenseReset.bat file is located in the C:\Program Files\Cisco\Desktop\Bin directory. The LicenseReset.bat file detects the sub-directories within the \\FileServerx\Desktop_cfg\License\ directory, which do not contain license files. The LicenseReset.bat file then regenerates and copies the relevant license files into the respective directory.
After you increase the license count, you must cycle the Cisco Desktop TAI Server. Perform these steps in order to cycle the Cisco Desktop TAI Server:
Choose Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > Services. The Services window is displayed:
Navigate to the Cisco Desktop TAI Server.
Right-click Cisco Desktop TAI Server.
After the Cisco Desktop TAI Server stops, right-click Cisco Desktop TAI Server.
After you cycle the Cisco Desktop TAI Server, the number of IP Phone Agents supported reaches the license count purchased.
Note: The Invalid entry(s) re-enter error message can also appear in some cases where the licensing is not the issue. In these cases, you need to delete and recreate the agent in order to resolve the issue.
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