The Infrastructure Configuration page lets you browse the infrastructure configuration settings of a Call Processor and Unified Message Processor. Through this page, you can add, edit, or delete the configuration settings of a Call Processor and Unified Message Processor.
The Infrastructure Configuration feature applies to Call Processors that are based on Cisco Unified Communications Manager devices and Unified Message Processors that are based on only Cisco Unity Connection.
On the Infrastructure Configuration window, click the Chooser icon () to select a processor.
Click a processor of your choice.
On the Products pane, click the product for which you want to add an instance.
All configured instances for the product appear on the Configured Instances pane. If you click Show Filter, a search pane appears. You can enter search criteria to filter the list of configured instances.
On the Configured Instances pane, click Add New.
On the Infrastructure Configuration-Configure Product Instance window, enter the necessary information.
An asterisk ( *) next to a field indicates a required field.
Click Submit or Save Local Copy.
Submit sends the order immediately to the processor. Save Local Copy saves the configured instance locally. At a later time, the order can be pushed to the processor either by clicking Submit or by using infrastructure configuration scheduling.
Infrastructure, users, and their services can be provisioned by uploading a batch file.
Users with the administration role can provision devices using batch provisioning. Batch provisioning support is provided for all the devices under Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unity Connection, Unity, Presence Processors and Generic IOS Routers.
Choose Deploy > Batch Provisioning.
On the Configure a Batch Project window, click the New icon.
On the Create a New Batch Project window, type a name and add notes for the batch project.
Click Create. After the batch project is created, you can upload one or more batch action files to the batch project.
On the Configure a Batch Project screen, click Upload a Batch Action File.
On the Upload a Batch Action file window, perform one of the following actions:
In the File to Upload field, type the full directory path and filename of the file to be uploaded.
Click Browse, and then locate and click the file to be uploaded.
In the Project Schedule pane, click Now next to the Project Start Date/Time.
Click OK. The batch project starts and the status changes to "In Progress." (To refresh the screen, click the Refresh icon. When the batch project has completed, the status changes to "Complete.")