This Cisco Extended Care 1.2 Application Server Installation and Configuration Guide outlines the steps and best practices to install and configure the Cisco Extended Care Application Server and the associated components.
This Preface includes the following major topics:
This guide is intended for an experienced Information Technology (IT) professional familiar with Linux who will be installing the Cisco Extended Care Application Server. Specifically, the installation person should have at least one to two years of Linux administration experience covering the following:
- Ability to administer the Unix/Linux system
- Ability to execute basic file and directory operations
- Experience installing, uninstalling, and upgrading software
- Experience with network client configuration (IP address, NTP, and DNS)
- Starting and stopping application services
- User management
Not Intended for Use in Emergency or for Patient Monitoring
Cisco Extended Care is intended to allow healthcare providers to drive and promote health and wellness. Cisco Extended Care is not intended for use in emergency situations. In the event of an emergency, call 911 or your local emergency response system. Cisco Extended Care is not for use in situations involving real-time patient monitoring or alarming.