Reconfiguring CTS-Manager and CTMS Addressing
First Published: September 27, 2010, OL-22226-01
This appendix describes the process for reconfiguring addressing for CTS-Manager and CTMS. It contains the following sections:
•Changing IP Address and Hostname of CTS-Manager
•Changing IP Address of CTMS
Before You Begin
Make sure you have the following before you begin:
•SysAdmin username and password for CTS-Manager
•Administrator username and password for CTMS
•Laptop computer attached to the network
Changing IP Address and Hostname of CTS-Manager
To change the IP address and hostname of CTS-Manager, do the following:
Step 1 Get the new IP address, which should be in the data VLAN, and new hostname, which should be with the new IP address in DNS.
Step 2 Log in to the CTS-Manager web UI and go to Configure > System Settings > IP
Step 3 In the IP Address field, replace the existing IP address with the new IP address and click Apply.
Step 4 After CTS-Manager has restarted, SSH to CTS-Manager using the new IP address and log in as the SysAdmin.
Step 5 Run the Set Network Hostname <new hostname> command.
Step 6 When CTS-Manager asks you to restart the system, select Yes.
Step 7 Log in to the CTMS web UI and go to Configure > CTS Manager
Step 8 In the Host field, change the IP address or hostname to the new IP address or hostname of CTS-Manager and click Apply.
Note In the Host field, you can use either hostname or IP address, but not both.
After restart, all CTS-Manager services will start and function normally with new IP and hostname.
Changing IP Address of CTMS
To change the IP address of CTMS, do the following:
Step 1 Get the new IP address, which should be from the voice VLAN, and hostname, which should be with the new IP address in DNS.
Step 2 Log in to the CTMS console as the admin and run following commands:
1. set network gateway <gateway IP>
2. network IP eth0 <new IP address> <mask IP>
Step 3 Verify the new IP has been changed, by doing the following:
1. From the console, run the show network eth0 command and verify the new IP address is displayed.
2. SSH to the CTMS, run the cat/etc/hosts command and verify the new IP address is displayed.
3. Log in to the CTMS web UI, go to Troubleshoot > System Information and verify the new IP address is displayed.
4. Log in to the CTS-Manager web UI, go to Configure > Bridges and Servers, and verify the new IP address is displayed.
Note The meeting organizer will not receive any new emails from CTS-Manager for future meetings after the IP address is changed.
Step 4 Log in to the Unified CM Administration web UI, go to Device > Trunk and change the IP address for Destination Address to the new IP address.
Note Make this change wherever the CTMS IP address is used.