Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning Install and Upgrade Guide, 11.x
- December 20, 2016
Chapter: Get Started after
Get Started after
Log in to Cisco
Prime Collaboration Provisioning
You can invoke Cisco
Prime Collaboration using the client browser.
||Open a browser
session from your machine. See
System Requirements - Server and Client Machine Requirements
for information about supported browsers.
For a standalone
mode, specify the IP address of the Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning
Based on the
browser you are using, you see one of the following:
use either the IP address or the hostname of the Cisco Prime Collaboration
Provisioning server. We recommend that you use the hostname if you have
configured it in DNS.
supported only through SSH; Telnet is not supported. The port used for Cisco
Prime Collaboration Provisioning is 22.
These windows appear because Cisco Prime Collaboration uses a
Certificate Error: Navigation Blocked window.
Untrusted Connection window.
Privacy Error: Connection is not private window.
||Remove the SSL
Prime Collaboration login page appears.
Prime Collaboration login page, you must log in for the first time
as a global administrator, using the same credentials that you have specified
during the installation.
Your account will be locked upon 3 consecutive unsuccessful
login attempts. For root user, the account is automatically unlocked after 10
minutes and for other user accounts after 12 hours.
The dashboard data
is populated only after you perform tasks listed in the following table.
Get Started with
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning
install Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning, perform the tasks listed in the
Navigation in Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning Application
or chapter to be referred in the
Collaboration Provisioning Guide - Standard and Advanced, 11.x
| Step 1
(Optional if you are evaluating the product) Register a new license file.
recommend that you add a license file through the user interface. In case of a
evaluation license expiry, you can register the new license file, as follows:
- Log in as root through SFTP.
- Copy the license file to the
opt/cupm/license directory on the Provisioning
system validates the license file and updates the license. The updated
licensing information appears on the
License Status Information
window ( ).
the license status is not refreshed after a few minutes, manually refresh the
Management window to view the updated license status.
Up the Server
| Step 2
configure, and synchronize call processors and message processors.
| Step 3
|| Set up
- Create domains and assign
call and message processors
- Create service areas
- Configure rules
- Synchronize domain
Domains and Service Areas
Synchronizing Processors, Users, and Domains
| Step 4
and deploy templates to configure Cisco Unified Communication Manager or
User Provisioning, or
Configuring Templates in Provisioning
| Step 5
user roles to a service area.
| Step 6
|| Add a
| Step 7
Provision user services.
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