To add an Infrastructure Configuration Instance:
||Choose . All available devices are listed in the left pane. |
||Expand each device to view the infrastructure product of that device. |
|| Click the desired infrastructure product to cross launch or launch it natively:
When you cross-launch, the Find and List page of the device appears. Click Add New, enter the necessary information, and click Save.
Some of the infrastructure products (versions earlier than 10.0) are launched natively. Perform the following steps to add a product instance and configure it within Provisioning:
Click Add and enter the necessary information in the Infrastructure Configuration - configure Product Instance page. An asterisk next to a field indicates a required field.
Click Apply or Save as Draft.
Apply sends the configuration immediately to the device. Save as Draft saves the configuration locally only. At a later time, the service can be pushed to the device either by clicking Apply or by using infrastructure configuration scheduling.
Also, when you choose Save as Draft, the provisioning state of the object becomes Uncommitted Add. The operational status is inactive, meaning the object has not been pushed to the device.
Clicking Apply may cause the devices to restart, and end calls in progress unexpectedly.
To copy an Infrastructure Configuration instance a native launch, click Copy. In the Infrastructure Configuration - Configure Product Instance page, click the Draft Configuration tab and enter the necessary information. An asterisk next to a field indicates a required field. Applied Configuration tab shows the already configured instance. Click Apply or Save as Draft. The infrastructure configuration instance is saved with a “copy of” prefix.
To delete an Infrastructure Configuration instance for a native launch, you can do one of the following:
To immediately delete the configured instance from the device, click Delete.
If you want to push the order at a later time, click Schedule Delete.
If your configured instance is still saved locally, click Delete Draft.
The provisioning state of the object becomes Uncommitted Delete. The operational status is active.
Delete Draft does not make that instance unavailable for selection in other infrastructure products or user services. For example, if a route partition is marked for deletion, it is still available for selection in a Line or Phone product, as well as Calling Search Space.
To edit an Infrastructure Configuration Instance for a native launch, click the instance for which you want to make changes. In the Draft configuration tab, make the desired changes. An asterisk next to a field indicates a required field. Enter the required information.
You can click Apply or Save as Draft to save your changes.
To clear the value of a setting that has a numeric value in Cisco Unified Communications Manager, you must enter a zero for the value. If you just clear the value, the setting does not get unset in Cisco Unified Communications Manager.