Understanding the Voice Network Map Tool
The Voice Network Map tool provides a consolidated visual representation of the health of the locations in a Unity Connection site. (The tool also identifies any location in the site that acts as an intersite gateway, but does not display health information about other sites.)
With the tool, you can quickly locate replication problems in a site, and get information about the status of replication between any two locations in the site.
The tool includes a site display, a data display, and a key that explains the meaning of the icons that you may see in the site display.
The site display includes an icon for each location in the Unity Connection site. The icon itself gives you an indicator of the health of the location (or, in some cases, indicates that the tool is unable to gather data from the location).
The data display shows information about the pair of locations that you select in the site display. This information includes whether one location is currently pulling or pushing directory information with the other, and information about the USN, or sequence numbers, of replication messages sent to and from a location. (When two locations are fully synchronized, the Last USN Sent and Last USN Acknowledged values for the location that is sending replication updates equal the Last USN Received value for the location that is receiving updates. During replication, it is normal for the Last USN Acknowledged value to lag behind the Last USN Sent value.) You can also find the push/pull state and USN information in Cisco Unity Connection Administration, but the Voice Network Map tool simplifies access to the information by providing it all in one visual display.
Use the key for more information about the icons in the site display. Move the pointer over an icon in the key to see the information about it. You can view additional icons by selecting the (More) link.
Right-click a location icon for options to access Cisco Unity Connection Serviceability or Cisco Unity Connection Administration for that location. If the location is a gateway to an intersite link, you can also view a map of the servers in the remote site.