Document ID: 110587
This document discusses how to troubleshoot Cisco Unity Connection 7.x/8.x issues.
There are no specific requirements for this document.
The information in this document is based on the Cisco Unity Connection 7.x/8.x.
The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared (default) configuration. If your network is live, make sure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
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When you try to reset the default password in the user template for new Cisco Unity Connection mail boxes, this error appears after you enter the new password:
Repeat credentials prohibited by credential policy
This issue is caused when you try to reuse the same password. The value for the Stored Number of Previous Credentials parameter specifies the number of previous passwords that Cisco Unity Connection (CUC) stores for a user. If this parameter is set to a value other than 0, when a user enters a new password, CUC compares it to the stored passwords, and rejects it if it matches a password in the history. The default setting for this parameter is five passwords.
In order to resolve this issue, complete these steps:
Choose System Settings > Authentication Rules in Cisco Unity Connection Administration.
Set the Stored Number of Previous Credentials to 0. A value of 0 (zero) for this parameter means that CUC does not store any previous passwords for the user, and hence it allows you to reuse previous password.
When you try to import user data and messages from the Cisco Unity 4.x to Cisco Unity Connection 7.x through the COBRAS (Cisco Objected Backup and Restore Application Suite) tool, the Error 139Type mismatch0 in procedure Send Message to Server_unity of Module modUnityMessages an error message with the warning message Warning! there have been more than 5 failed messages to the Connection server in a row. This almost always means there is a virus scanning package or a firewall blocking port 25 error message appears.
Ensure that you do not have a virus scanning package installed on the Windows server on which you run COBRAS export or Import. This is by far the most common problem. By default, they block use of port 25 (SMTP) and message restores fail if that is the case.
Make sure there is no firewall either on the Windows server or between the Windows server and the Connection server that blocks port 25 (for import) or port 7993 (for export).
Currently, the COBRAS import tool assigns the Restriction table for a given user based on the class of service (CoS). If the Restriction table applied is more restrictive than the one used on the source system, this issue can occur. In this case, the workaround is to ensure that the Restriction table(s) on the source and destination systems of a COBRAS migration are the same. Refer to Cisco bug ID CSCsu97717 (registered customers only) .
Complete these steps if the problem persists.
Change the Database Proxy Service Shutdown Timer:
In Cisco Unity Connection Administration, choose System Settings > Advanced > Connection Administration.
In the Database Proxy: Service Shutdown Timer field, enter a value between 1 and 999 days.
Note: A value of zero disables the Database Proxy Service.
Start the Database Proxy Service:
In Cisco Unity Connection Serviceability, click Tools > Service Management.
In the Optional Services section, find the Connection Database Proxy row, and click Activate.
You want to disable the Settings tab on the Unity Connection Web Inbox page for users.
The Settings tab in the web-inbox is linked with: Messaging Assistant > Preferences > Personal Options.
In order to accomplish your requirements, complete these settings in class of service (COS):
Check the Allow Users to Use the Web Inbox and RSS Feeds option for web-inbox.
Carefully uncheck the Allow Users to Use the Messaging Assistant option under the Features section.
Save these COS settings and open the web-inbox for the users under this COS.
The settings tab will not be visible in web-inbox for the concerned users.
A process with a memory leak starts to allocate too much lower memory. In order to protect the operating system kernel, the OS starts to kill processes using lower memory. This causes various services to fail depending on which ones are killed by the OS. This results in low available virtual memory alert in RTMT, as well as axl service down alert.
Disabling CSA (<B>utils csa disable</B>) prevents this problem. After this problem occurs, rebooting the system restores the system to operational state.
After you import users from Cisco Unified Communications Manager to Cisco Unity Connection, when users attempt to login to voicemail and enter their PIN, they hear the INVALID PIN message.
When you import Cisco Unified Communications Manager users to Cisco Unity Connection, an AXL server is required. This AXL server must be configured for the Cisco Unified Communications Manager server from which you import the users. When user accounts are created this way, Cisco Unity Connection takes the Alias, Extension, First Name and Last Name from Cisco Unified Communications Manager and completes the rest of the information from the user template created in Cisco Unity Connection under CUCAdministration > Template > User Template. As a result, the PIN of a newly imported user is set to the default voicemail password specified in that template. Users must first login with this default PIN and then change their password.
When you press the Messages button on the Cisco phone, Cisco Unity Connection announces Enter your pin followed by pound. If you do not enter the pin properly the first time, Cisco Unity then announces Invalid entry, enter your ID followed by pound.
This is normal behavior. You can change this behavior so that after the PIN is entered incorrectly the first time, Cisco Unity continues to ask the caller for the correct PIN rather than ask the caller to enter their user ID. In order to achieve this, open the Cisco Unity Connection web page, choose Advanced > Conversation, and uncheck Request Entry of User ID after Failed Password Entry from Known Extension.
When you try to add a To: email address to the SMTP Notification in Cisco Unity Connection 7.1, the Java Exception error is received.
Restart the Tomcat service in order to resolve the issue.
When you click the Perform Full Sync Now button under LDAP Directory Configuration > Directory, the Java Exception error appears.
Issue the utils network host <ip addr of UC server> command in order to determine if the DNS server has any incorrect reverse DNS records for the Cisco Unity Connection servers. Once you remove the incorrect DNS records, the issue will be resolved.
After you install a new language, the system default greeting of sorry<users> not available is played for subscribers instead of the personalized greeting.
This can happen when the new language is not selected for the user greeting on the Cisco Unity Connection Administration page under User > Edit > Greeting > Recording Language. If you select the new language here, you must re-record the greeting. It does not matter in which language you record the greeting. Also, in order to change the system prompt to the new language, you need to change the language from User > Message Settings > Language that caller hear > <the new language> .
The message playback speed changes too fast for some users.
Complete these steps in order to change the speed:
In Cisco Unity Connection Administration, find the user account or template that you want to edit. On the Edit menu, click Playback Message Settings. Set the Message Speed to Normal.
If the users make any changes while they listen to voicemail, they are saved. In order to disable this, you can go to Advanced > Conversation > Save message playback Volume and Speed. Uncheck this to ensure that the changes made by users are not saved permanently.
When you try to record a greeting on a call handler, this error message appears:
An unknown error occurred. Details: The active Phone number is 8300 and the Time index is -1. Code: 1 Description: Unknown Error
In order to resolve this issue, go to Cisco Unity Connection Administration, expand Telephony Integrations, and then select Phone System. On the Phone System Basics page, check the Default TRAP Switch check box, and select Save.
When you try to access the Unity connection page, the http status 500 error message appears.
In order to resolve this issue, issue this command in the CLI:
utils service restart Cisco Tomcat service
Also, make sure that you have the correct DNS records.
When you set the default language for user mailboxes or mailbox templates with Cisco Unity Connection 7.x, only the Inherit Language from Caller option can be saved under User Template > Edit Message Settings > Language That Callers Hear. Upon selecting any other options, such as Use this language or Use System Default Language from the drop-down menu, the setting is not saved and the language setting gets reverted to Inherit Language from Caller.
As a workaround, you can set the Language Callers Hear by using the bulk edit utility.
You receive messages from the Unity Connection server that the Database Proxy Service has stopped. When you attempt to start the Connection database proxy service in Cisco Unity Connection, it fails.
A value of zero disables the Database Proxy Service. Perform these steps in order to change the Database Proxy Service Shutdown Timer:
In Cisco Unity Connection Administration, click System Settings > Advanced > Connection Administration.
In the Database Proxy: Service Shutdown Timer field, enter a value between 1 and 999 days.
Note: In order to start the Database Proxy Service from the Cisco Unity Connection Serviceability page, go to the Tools > Service Management menu, choose the Optional Services section, find the Connection Database Proxy row, and click Activate.
The Cisco Unity Connection serviceability page does not display accurate Active Status and Service Status conditions. Instead, the web page displays Deactivated and Server Status Unknown.
Make sure that the original administrator account for the web interface, the account set up for web administration during installation, does not have a locked or expired password, because this has been known to cause these symptoms. If it does, go to Users > Administrator, click Edit > password settings, and click unlock password.
With Cisco Unity Connection 7.x, when trying to upload a CSV file to add the users using BAT, this error message is received:
You must specify a valid Failed Objects Filename. A valid name may not contain colons (:), slashes (/), or backslashes(\).
In order to resolve the issue, specify just the filename for Failed objects reports instead of giving the complete path of the filename.
When logging into the mailbox of the subscriber, the The mailbox is full error message is received. Checking the mailbox information for that subscriber shows a negative value.
The negative mailbox count for subscribers is corrected when this command is run from CLI:
run cuc dbquery unitymbxdb1 execute procedure csp_MailboxesRefreshSize()
Note: You might need to run this command with unitymbxdb2, 3, and 4 if they have the additional mailbox stores.
When logging in to the Serviceability page, this error message is received:
Unable to communicate with service control center. The password for appadministrator (the administration account that was created during installation) may be locked out or expired.
The cause of this error is that the value of encryptiontype in tbl_credential for the appadministrator is set to 3 instead of 4. Complete these steps in order to make it as a valid application user:
In order to verify that the encryption type should not be 3 for the appadministrator user, run this command: run cuc dbquery unitydirdb select encryptiontype,objectid from tbl_credential
In order to change this value to 4, issue this command: run cuc dbquery unitydirdb update tbl_credential set encryptiontype = "4" where objectid = "e875ec01-c090-475d-b7d2-af3be863eedd".
where Objectid is the ID obtained from the above step.
Reset the password with this command: utils cuc reset password appadministrator
Restart the Cisco Tomcat service.
When the administrator tries to login to the Unity connection web page, the invalid userID and password error message is received.
In order to access the Unity connection web page, reset the administrator password with this command:
admin: utils reset_ui_administrator_password
With Cisco Unity Connection 8.x, the Bulk Edit feature sometimes modifies fields which are not selected for intended changes. For example, even if you do not select Class of Service to change while operating the Bulk Edit interface, the subscriber being modified will have their Class of Service changed to "Voice Mail User COS" if it was set to something else already.
These are the steps to reproduce this issue:
Go to UCXN Administration > Users > Search for group of users. Select multiple users, then click Bulk Edit.
Check a single field for change and modify the value. Then, click submit job.
Fields that are not selected/checked to be changed are modified by the Bulk Edit job.
As a workaround, you should choose to use bulk edit, and choose the desired Search Scope and Class of Service even if you do not intend on changing them from their current values. Otherwise, avoid using the Bulk Edit tool and edit the users individually as needed.
The installation of the locale file failed with this error:
Install script of option /common/download//uc-locale-pt_BR-220.127.116.11-16.cop failed
In order to resolve the issue, restart the Connection Mixer (CuMixer) and Connection Conversation Manager (CuCsMgr) services.
After installing Cisco Unity Connection 8.5, the Bulk Edit option is not showing under the Tools menu.
With version 8.x, the Bulk Edit option is moved under the Users menu. Go to Users and you can see the Bulk Edit under the displayed names.
The Bulk Edit feature sometimes modifies fields which are not selected for intended changes. For example, even if you do not select Class of Service to change while operating the Bulk Edit interface, the subscriber being modified will have their Class of Service changed to "Voice Mail User COS" if it was set to something else already.
These are the steps to reproduce this issue:
From the Cisco Unity Connection Administration page, select Users. Then, select multiple users and click Bulk Edit.
For user cdwtest1, the Search Scope and Class of Service is as shown here:
In this example, no changes for the values of Search Scope and Class of Service are made. Therefore, do not click on those check boxes.
Check a single field. For example, check the Department check box as Test and click Submit.
Navigate to user cdwtest1. You can see that even though the Search Scope and Class of Service fields were unchecked when submitting Bulk Edit, those fields got changed.
When the Bulk Edit tool is used, the workaround for this issue is to select the check box and choose the desired Search Scope and Class of Service, even if you do not intend on changing their current values. Otherwise, avoid using the Bulk Edit tool and edit the users individually as needed.
When trying to access the Cisco Unity Connection web inbox feature, this error message is received:
Message Access not Enabled
In order to resolve the issue, make sure that your Class of Service includes the Allow Users to Use the Web Inbox and RSS Feeds option checked under Licensed Features.
When you try to leave a voicemail, this message is received: This system is temporary unable to complete your call, please try again later.
Complete these steps and ensure the following:
Ensure that the Cisco Unity Connection version and the Locale version are compatible. Run this command:
admin:show cuc locales Installed Locale Package Locale ------------------------- ------ uc-locale-en_GB-18.104.22.168-2 en-GB
Check the output for the Cisco Unity Connection version
admin:show cuc version Active version: 8.6.1ES10.21011-10 Inactive version: 8.6.2ES25.21900-25
An outage occurs when you run Unity Connection 8.6.2a and apply the 8.6.2aSU1 service pack without switching versions. End users will hear the failsafe message that the system is temporarily unavailable.
In order to resolve this issue, complete these steps:
Set the SELinux to permissive mode until the switch versions can be completed.
'utils os secure permissive'
Once the switch-version is performed, you can set SELinux back to enforcing mode and the server will work as expected.
'utils os secure enforce'
When installing the Subscriber node, you receive this error:
Configuration validation with <hostname> (ip address)failed. This node is not found in <host name's> server configuration. Is this node configured on <hostname>? Is <hostname> the correct first node for this node?
This issue occurs because on the Publisher, the Subscriber was already configured with a hostname. However, during the setup the hostname entered was different from the hostname that you entered on the Publisher. When the setup tried to verify the connectivity with the Publisher, the hostname was not found. Therefore, you receive the error. Once you correct the hostname that is entered in the setup, the issue can be resolved. For more information, refer to Configuring a Cisco Unity Connection 8.x Cluster.
Cluster 1 is not accepting other cluster Directory Updates because of a duplicate Distribution List Display Name for the 'undeliverable messages' distribution list. This is the error in the CuReplicator logs:
This can occur when the same displayname is configured on a distribution list on more than one node.
For example: Node-1: Distribution list displayname : DistL Node-2: Distribution list displayname : DistL
In order to resolve this issue, unconflict the Distribution list on one of the nodes by adding a special character. For example:
Node-1: Distribution list displayname : DistL_
Replication statistics will now show as all Directory Updates have been sent and acknowledged.
For full functionality, it is recommended to have the Unity Connection in a different SMTP domain from the Exchange server that needs to be communicated with.
A Virtual Machine (VM) deployed from Unity Connection on UCS OVA files might not boot to the application installation after it is created. The console of the VM will show a blinking cursor only.
This issue is documented in Cisco bug ID CSCtk30801 (registered customers only) . In order to resolve the issue, change the Boot order of the Cisco Unity Connection 8.x Virtual Machine and set the CDROM to a higher boot priority than the hard drives. Complete these steps:
In VMware vSphere Client, power off the virtual machine on which you deployed the OVA template.
From the left pane of vSphere Client, right-click the name of the virtual machine, and select Edit Settings.
From the Virtual Machine Properties dialog box, select the Options tab.
From the Settings column, under Advanced, select Boot Options.
Under Force BIOS Setup, check the Next Time the Virtual Machine Boots, Force Entry into the BIOS Setup Screen check box.
Click OK to close the Virtual Machine Properties dialog box.
Power on the virtual machine. The virtual machine will boot into the BIOS menu.
Navigate to the Boot menu and change the boot device order so the CD-ROM device is listed first, and the Hard Drive device is listed second.
Save the change and exit BIOS setup.
You cannot change the subject line formats for the email notifications in Cisco Unity Connection.
In order to change the subject line formats for the email notifications, issue this command from the CLI:
run cuc dbquery unitydirdb update tbl_notificationdevicesmtp set statictext= 'message you want to type'
After installation of COBRAS Export for Unity Connection, this error message appears:
Run-time error '429' ActiveX component can't create object
Go to the Windows\System32\ folder and look for the EventLogger.dll file. Run RegSvr32 EventLogger.dll to force it to re-register the DLL, then try running COBRAS Export again.
When logging into Cisco Unity Connection 7.x/8.x Administration, the Cannot get a connection, pool exhausted error message appears intermittently. Sometimes if all connections are completely leaked, you receive the Login Failed error message.
This problem occurs when Cisco Unity Connection is configured in an Active/Active (A/A) pair. The situation arises when database connections are leaked, which slows web response down over time and eventually does not allow administrators to login to any of the Administration pages pertaining to Unity Connection. Also, RTMT will not work. This issue is documented by Cisco bug ID CSCtd79132 (registered customers only) .
When reports are run on the Serviceability page GUI, the Unable to find any report data based on parameter(s) error message appears even though data does exist based on the given parameters. This error is given each time the reports are run.
In order to resolve this issue, go to the Cisco Unity Connection Serviceability page. From the Tools menu, select Service Management. From the Control Center - Feature Services page, under Optional Services, restart the Reports Data Harvester service. This issue is documented by Cisco bug IDs CSCtd45086 (registered customers only) and CSCto62704 (registered customers only) .
As a workaround, restart the Cisco Tomcat from SSH CLI using the utils service restart Cisco Tomcat command.
With Cisco Unity Connection 8.5, unable to add a new user to IMAP setting on Outlook 2007.
In order to resolve the issue, perform these steps:
Go to the SMTP Configuration section of the System Settings on the Cisco Unity Connection Administration web page.
On the Server page, check Allow Connections from Untrusted IP Addresses.
Choose Disabled for the Transport Layer Security from Untrusted IP Addresses, and save your changes.
With Cisco Unity Connection Administration (CUCA) 8.5(1), the Play/Record button under recordings is disabled or grayed out, and the selection under Callers Hear becomes unchecked. This occurs when using Microsoft® Internet Explorer to administer Cisco Unity Connection 8.5(1), and enabling the Ignore Caller Input during greeting option.
The workaround is to use a Mozilla Firefox browser to access the CUCA.
A Unity Connection system configured to support voice mail access via IMAP clients and unsupported IMAP clients is used to access voice messages.
Restart the Connection IMAP Server service from the Cisco Unity Connection Serviceability webpage to recover the system from high CPU utilization. Also, identify the users using unsupported IMAP clients and prevent them from accessing the Unity Connection server via unsupported IMAP clients.
Any IMAP client connecting to a Unity Connection IMAP server will fail authentication. Some examples of affected IMAP clients include Outlook, CUPC, and CUCIMOC. LDAP authentication of other Unity Connection features work. For example, Unity Connection users can login to CiscoPCA.
This problem occurs because the IMAP service does not have permission to use the Global Catalog port (3268/3269). This is the recommended configuration for Unity Connection LDAP authentication.
In order to resolve this issue, set the OS security mode to permissive from the CLI: utils os secure permissive.
The Cisco Unity Connection 8.6 Virtual Server Template (OVA) defines a virtual machine configuration that is supported in the CUC 8.6 release. This OVA contains all supported virtual machine configurations of this CUC release. Any fresh install of CUC 8.6 must use a virtual machine created from this OVA.
Once you have downloaded the OVA template, the function of the template is to create automatic settings as shown here:
On vSphere > File > Deploy OVF Template
Upload the OVA template CUC_8.6.2_vmv7_v1.5.ova
The CUC template is an open virtual archive (OVA) file that can be imported/deployed using the open virtualization format (OVF) support of VMware. The OVA file defines the following for the virtual machine based on the deployment 20000 User node:
Number of virtual CPUs: 7 (2.53GHz min speed of each, 17.71 GHz reserved)
Amount of RAM: 8 GB
Hard disks: 2 x 300 GB (contains aligned partitions for CUC application) or 2 * 500 GB (contains aligned partitions for CUC application)
The datastore where the Connection virtual machine will reside must be formatted with a VMware VMFS block size of 2MB or more. A block size of 1MB limits the maximum virtual hard disk size to 256GB.
A block size of 2MB allows 512GB virtual disk.
OS support: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (32-bit)
Number of virtual CPUs: 7 (minimum of Nehalem class CPU)
Require ESXi Enterprise Plus Licensing since it uses over 4 vCPUs for the Virtual Machine.
Voice mail is going to a generic Unity greeting.
This issue is likely related to an apparently corrupted search space entry. For some reason, the partition for a particular site (and the default partition) is no longer in this main search space. Any attempt to modify the search space returns an internal error.
This issue occurs because the partitionobjectid in the tbl_Handler database table is not updated by the SA, although the entry in the DTMF table is.
There is a partitionObjectID field in tbl_Handler for each user. Updating the user's partition in the SA does not update this field. Without removing this field by either manually updating the database or deleting the user, the partition with objectID displayed in this field cannot be deleted.
This CLI command lists aliases which have a partition in the DTMF table that is not correctly updated in the Handler table:
select s.alias from vw_subscriber s, vw_callhandlerprimary c where s.objectid=c.recipient_subscriberobjectid and s.partitionobjectid != c.partitionobjectid
The user cannot login to the administration page and receives this error: "Account has been locked" .
In order to unlock the user account, complete these steps:
In Cisco Unity Connection Administration, select Users.
From the Search Users page, choose the alias of the user account that you want to modify. If the user does not appear in the search results table, set the applicable parameters in the search fields at the top of the page and select Find.
Go to the Users > Edit Password Settings page for the individual user. Select Web Application from the Choose Password menu. Under Web Applications Password Settings, choose Unlock Password.
Also, verify these settings under the Edit Authentication Rule on Cisco Unity Connection Administration:
The number of failed logon attempts that are allowed before an account is locked
The number of minutes an account remains locked before it is reset
Whether a locked account must be unlocked manually by an administrator. Go to User > Password Settings > Unlock Password to unlock the account.
The minimum length allowed for passwords
The number of days before a password expires
Refer to Authentication Rules for more information.
After running an upgrade in CUCMBE 8.6.2, you cannot access the Admin page. When you try to sign-in with an Administrator account and select (click) any link from the left-hand navigation tree-control, the right pane shows "Not Authorized". You cannot access any administrative link in Unity Connection.
Complete these steps:
Sign-in with the Command Line Interface (CLI) account (also called "Platform Account") either at the console or through SSH.
Run the following ("CCMAdministrator" needs to be replaced with the account username of the login that is failing):
run cuc dbquery unitydirdb select objectid from vw_user where fn_tolower(alias)=fn_tolower('CCMAdministrator')
Write down the objectid value from the above query.
Run this command:
run sql delete from appserverapplicationusermap where fkappserver=(select pkid from appserver) and fkapplicationuser=(select pkid from applicationuser where name='CCMAdministrator') and content!='5de64ad3-6428-4e2f-a7cc-3296b83990c1' where "CCMAdministrator" needs to be replaced w/ account username of failing login and "'5de64ad3-6428-4e2f-a7cc-3296b83990c1" is replaced with objectid value returned from first query.
You should now be able to access the Unity Connection Administration webpage with the account that was previously failing.
With Cisco Unity Connection 8.5, using the special characters in the Microsoft Exchange Display name can result in messages not delivered to Microsoft Exchange using Single Inbox. Some example characters include Ã and §. Other special characters also cause the issue. French or German characters in Exchange Display can cause this issue as well.
The workaround is to remove the the special characters from the Exchange Display name.
With Cisco Unity Connection 7.1, RTMT reports this error message:
%CCM_UNKNOWN-CERT-1-CertExpiryAlert: Certificate Expiry ALERT_ALARM Message:Certificate expiration Notification
As a resolution, perform the steps provided under Securing Cisco PCA and IMAP Email Client Access to Cisco Unity Connection.
When a user uses the Web Inbox tool with Cisco Unity Connection 8.5 and tries to forward the message to an external SMTP address, the message failed to send error message is received.
By default, you cannot forward messages to an external SMTP address from the Web Inbox tool. In order to change this, go to the System Settings > General Configuration tab. For the When a recipient cannot be found option, change the setting to Relay message to smart host.
With Cisco Unity Connection 8.5, when attempting to check messages using TTS on a large mailbox around 300 MB there is a long delay for several minutes when pressing option 7 to listen to External Messages. Also, when attempting to play a message there is a long delay before the message is played.
The user cannot set up the Phone View feature on Cisco Unity Connection 8.x.
Make sure you are not using the Phone View feature through the VPN router because the Phone View feature might not function correctly outside a firewall or through a VPN router. For more information, refer to Troubleshooting Phone View in Cisco Unity Connection 8.x.
The user receives an error on the LDAP directory synchronization with Cisco Unity Connection 8.x, then receives this error:
ERROR [DirSync-DBInterface] common.DSDBInterface (DSDBInterface.java:339) - DSDBInterface.updateUserInfo LDAP data discarded: Missing LDAP attribute: Attribute Count=4 AgreementId=c07c1bcc-35ca-322d-533f-8e1ed4cac4a6 userid=ptstudent firstname=ptstudent firstname.lastname@example.org uniqueidentifier=b80a0d3ee6f28d4596b45caf5de3e06b
Make sure the attribute last name field is not blank.
With Unity Connection 8.x, you should use the WebGUI called Web Inbox on the server using this link: https://<IP of CUCxN>/inbox. When using Firefox as the client browser, everything works fine. However, when using IE7 as the browser, the GUI becomes stuck after a message is selected in the inbox for playback. No other message can be selected without a refresh of the page.
The issue occurs because the user workstation is missing the Quicktime plug-in. In order to resolve this issue, add the Quicktime plug-in to the IE7 web browser.
Complete these steps in order to change the DNS server name in Cisco Unity Connection 8.5:
You can change the Connection DNS settings by using CLI commands. This is the list of the available options and the corresponding CLI commands:
Delete the IP address for a DNS server -delete dns
Specify or change the IP address for the primary or secondary DNS server - set network dns
Set the DNS request time-out period in seconds - set network dns options
Set the number of times to attempt a DNS request before quitting - set network dns options
Rotate among the configured DNS servers, distributing the load - set network dns options
In Order To Change the Domain Name of the Connection Server When DHCP Is Configured:
On the applicable DHCP and DNS servers, change the domain name of the Connection server.
Restart the Connection server by using the utils system restart CLI command.
Restart the Connection server again by using the utils system restart CLI command.
In Order To Change the Domain Name of the Connection Server When DHCP Is Not Configured:
On the Connection server, run the set network domain CLI command.
Note: When Connection is installed on a virtual machine, changing the primary DNS server changes the calculated value of the MAC license and invalidates the Connection license.
After you upgrade from Unity to Unity Connection server, you cannot access the PCA web page for any user without resetting the password. Also, the user password reset URL does not work.
Note: In order to change the password, you need to individually change it from the user web page.
The issue occurs because the user template shows that the web application password is checked to change the password for next login, and the password does not expire. This prompts the change of password during every login. Complete this step in order to resolve the issue:
Set the password settings to do not expire under both user template and authentication rule.
This message is received when trying to open certain menus in Cisco Unity Connection: Column (dtmfaccessid) not found in any table in the query (or SLV is undefined).
Complete these steps in order to resolve the issue:
Clear the History on the Internet Explorer browser: (Tools > Delete Browsing History).
Temporary Internet files
Or, you can use a different browser such as Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.
With Cisco Unity Connection 8.x, this error message appears when trying to communicate with the Service Control Center:
Unable to communicate with service control center. The password for (the administration account that was created during installation) may be locked out or expired.
In order to resolve the issue, restart the TOMCAT service with this command:
utils service restart Cisco Tomcat
The test for Unified Messaging Service passes, but fails for individual user accounts with the 401 error.
HTTP status=[401 Unauthorized] Diagnostic=[Bad response from server, HTTP code returned: 401] Verb=[POST] url=[https://email.edev.netapp.com/EWS/Exchange.ASMX] request=[<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <soap:Envelope xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:t="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types"> <soap:Header> <t:RequestServerVersion Version="Exchange2007_SP1"/> <t:ExchangeImpersonation> <t:ConnectingSID> <t:PrimarySmtpAddress>Sajjit.Rajagopal@edev.netapp.com</t:PrimarySmtpAddress > </t:ConnectingSID> </t:ExchangeImpersonation> </soap:Header> <soap:Body> <GetFolder xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/messages" xmlns:t="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types"> <FolderShape> <t:BaseShape>Default</t:BaseShape> </FolderShape> <FolderIds> <t:DistinguishedFolderId Id="deleteditems"> <t:Mailbox> <t:EmailAddress>Sajjit.Rajagopal@edev.netapp.com</t:EmailAddress> </t:Mailbox> </t:DistinguishedFolderId> </FolderIds> </GetFolder> </soap:Body> </soap:Envelope> ] response=
In order to resolve this issue, reset the password and set the authentication to NTLM and HTTPS.
When you open the RTMT, the Host name/IP shows unityvoicemail.corp.dom. If you attempt to change this for the IP address or the name of the primary server, this error is received:
RTMT application cannot communicate with specified node/cluster.Please verify the host IP address is correct and the network connection is up, and try again.
You need to reinstall RTMT in order to resolve this issue. Complete these steps:
Make sure the TOMCAT service is running. You can check this by running this command:
utils service list on the ssh command line.
Perform one of these actions to uninstall RTMT:
Select Start > All Programs > Cisco > Presence Serviceability > Uninstall Real-Time Monitoring Tool 8.5.
Select Start > Accessories > Uninstall Real-time Monitoring tool on a Red Hat Linux with KDE and/or Gnome client.
Finish uninstalling the plug-in.
Complete these steps to install RTMT:
Select Application > Plugins in Cisco Unified Presence Administration.
Perform one of these actions:
If you plan to install the RTMT tool on a computer that runs a Microsoft Windows operating system, select Download for the Cisco Unified Presence Real-Time Monitoring Tool-Windows.
If you plan to install the RTMT tool on a computer that runs a Linux operating system, select Download for the Cisco Unified Presence Real-Time Monitoring Tool-Linux.
Download the executable file to your preferred location.
Perform one of these actions:
In order to install the Windows version, double-select the RTMT icon that displays on the desktop or locate the directory where you downloaded the file and run the RTMT installation file. The extraction process begins.
In order to install the Linux version, ensure that the file has execute privileges. For example, enter this command: chmod +x CcmServRtmtPlugin.bin.
Note: This command is case sensitive.
Click Yes to accept the license agreement.
Perform one of these actions:
Choose the location where you want to install RTMT.
If you do not want to use the default location, click Browse and navigate to a different location. Click Next.
Click Finish to complete the installation.
After you install the plug-in, select Start > All Programs > Cisco > Presence Serviceability > Real-Time Monitoring Tool 8.5.
Enter the IP address or host name of the publisher node in the Host IP Address field.
Enter the CCMAdministrator application user username in the User Name field. For example, the default username for this user is CCMAdministrator.
Enter the CCMAdministrator application user password that you established for the username in the Password field.
Enter the port that the application will use to listen to the server. The default port number is 8443.
Check the Secure connection.
Click Yes to add the certificate store.
With Cisco Unity Connection 8.0 integrated with LDAP directory, when the Cisco Unity Connection user tries to enter the voicemail login credentials for Jabber, the authentication fails. If the Cisco Unity Connection is not integrated with LDAP, the IMAP authentication works fine.
This issue is documented by Cisco bug ID CSCty05524 (registered customers only) . This occurs due to the SELinux enforcing mode. The workaround is to switch the SELinux mode to permissive using this CLI command:
utils os secure permissive
When trying to reset the security password in Cisco Unity Connection, the password changed too soon error message appears.
In order to resolve this issue, disable password age by running the set password expiry disable CLI command. In order to reset the Security password in Cisco Unity Connection, refer to Resetting Administrator and Security Passwords.
The issue is that on your Unity Connection server there is currently a user who does not have an SMTP proxy address that matches the Exchange email address you specified in the Account Information section. However, the Exchange email address is the same.
New users receive this error:
Currently, this user does not have an SMTP proxy address that matches the Exchange email address that you specified in the Account information section. We recommend that you add an SMTP proxy address so SMTP messages sent to the Connection server and addressed to the Exchange email address can be routed to the corresponding Connection user.
If you want to put the Unity Connection server into the same SMTP domain as the Exchange server, certain things will not work if this is done with Single Inbox. For full functionality, it is recommended to put the Unity Connection into a different SMTP domain from the Exchange server that needs to be communicated with. Refer to this document on the Cisco Support Community that describes Considerations when picking an SMTP domain for Unity Connection 8.5.1 .
You cannot find the phone number 607510 by extension. This subscriber does not show up when searching by First name, Last name, or by Alias. When importing the user, this error is received:
ERROR: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 11:19:14 AM MST ERROR importing user (drodriqu) with extension =607510 : A User with the specified extension already exists in the Partition.
In order to resolve this issue, run this command in the CLI of the Cisco Unity Connection:
run cuc dbquery unitydirdb select * from vw_globalsubscribersearchallextensions where dtmfaccessid='607510'
These are some of the known issues with Cisco Unity Connection:
- Interface Reference Guide for Cisco Unity Connection Administration Release 7.x
- Voice Technology Support
- Voice and Unified Communications Product Support
- Technical Support & Documentation - Cisco Systems
|Updated: Nov 26, 2012||Document ID: 110587|