This document describes how to perform a Device pack installation on a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) through Prime Collaboration Deployment (PCD).
There are no specific requirements for this document.
The information in this document is based on these software versions:
PCD Release 22.214.171.12400-2
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.
Cisco PCD is a migration/upgrade application for Unified Communications applications. Using PCD, you can upgrade the version of existing Unified Communications applications or you can migrate the complete cluster to a new cluster of same or different version. Apart from this you could also install device pack, Cisco Options Package (COP) files, phone firmware file to the call manager.
In order to discover the cluster to which the device pack has to be uploaded, navigate to Inventory > Clusters > Discover Cluster, as shown in the image:
Specify the Hostname/IP address and OS admin credetials for the cluster to be discovered.
Nickname for this cluster need not be same as the hostname.
Once done, click on Next, as shown in the image:
Cluster discovery could take several minutes. It depends upon the size and the location of the cluster .
Once the Cluster is successfully discovered, click on Next, as shown in the image:
Click on Edit Setting and specify the functions of each node, once done click on OK, as shown in the image:
Upload Device Pack to PCD
Before the upgrade is specified, upload the device pack file to the PCD.
The file should be either a COP or an Iso file .
In order to upload, Simple file transfer Protocol (SFTP) to the IP address of the PCD server with username adminsftp and PCD login password. Change the directory to upgrade and upload the file there.
This is the sample file upload:
SANKALJA-M-H02V:downloads sankalja$ sftp firstname.lastname@example.org
Connected to 10.127.227.100.
sftp> cd upgrade
sftp> put /Users/sankalja/Downloads/pcdfile/cmterm-devicepack10.0.1.12007-1.cop.sgn
Uploading /Users/sankalja/Downloads/pcdfile/cmterm-devicepack10.0.1.12007-1.cop.sgn to /upgrade/cmterm-devicepack10.0.1.12007-1.cop.sgn
/Users/sankalja/Downloads/pcdfile/cmterm-devicepack10.0.1.12007-1.cop.sgn 100% 758MB 6.8MB/s 01:52
Add Upgrade Task
After the Cluster is discovered successfully and the device pack file is uploaded to the upgrade directory of PCD. In order to add the upgrade task, navigate to Task > Upgrade > Add Upgrade Task as shown in the image:
Choose the Destination cluster, where the device pack needs to be installed .
After it is completed, click on Next, as shown in the image:
Click on Browse to choose the device pack file, as shown in the image:
The required file should be present in the upgrade directory of PCD.
Choose the required file, and click on Choose file, as shown in the image:
Now as shown in the image, click on Next.
Specify the start time as per requirement. It is also possible to schedule the file installation, for a later time .
After the installation is completed, click on Next, as shown in the image:
Specify the sequence in which the upgrade is processed by the server.
Review the upgrade task before it is initiated.and after the process is completed click Finish, as shown in the image:
These notifications appear at the right hand bottom of the screen .
Use this section in order to confirm that your configuration works properly.
In order to Verify the status of the device pack Installation, navigate to Task > Upgrade > Scheduled Tasks and History > View Details
The Installation is seen on the call manager .
Click on Assume control to take over the installation session .
Navigate to OS Administration > Software Upgrade > Software Installation / Upgrade > Assume Control, as shown in the image:
As shown in the image, the status is reflected as Complete on call manager, after the installation is complete.
As shown in the image, on PCD after the installation is complete, the status is reflect as Successful.
There is currently no specific troubleshooting information available for this configuration.