upgraded Call Manager to 4.2(3) and something weird happened

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Nov 30th, 2007
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We upgraded our Call Manager from 4.1(3) to 4.2(3) a couple of weeks ago. The Event Logs for both the subscriber and publisher filled up with the following messages and kept repeating constantly:


Event Type: Information

Event Source: Cisco Multi-Level Administration

Event Category: None

Event ID: 1

Date: 11/29/2007

Time: 2:40:46 PM

User: N/A

Computer: CALLMANAGER02

Description:

Information: MLAUserLoginFailed - Failed login attempt for MLA user account.

IP Address/Hostname of host attempting to login: 192.168.1.123

Date and Time when the failed login is attempted: Thu Nov 29 14:40:46 2007


User ID that experienced a failed login attempt: administrator

App ID: Cisco Multi-Level Administration

Cluster ID:

Node ID: CALLMANAGER02

Explanation: Failed login attempt for MLA account is detected.

Recommended Action: If this event happens repeatedly, investigate the source of the failed login attempts.


The IP address of the machine attempting this login is our primary PIM ICM server and has CAD. This ICM server had it's Event log filled up with the following message:


Event Type: Error

Event Source: Cisco VoIP Monitor Service

Event Category: None

Event ID: 4

Date: 11/29/2007

Time: 3:37:16 PM

User: N/A

Computer: PIMICM03

Description:

FCVMS0001 Could not get the MAC address for extension [6328] from the


CallManager database.


I managed to stop all these "events" on all three servers by creating a user account in the Call Manager called "administrator" and matched the password with the local administrator account of the Call Manager server.


Has anyone else experienced this? Is this the right solution? I don't recall seeing anything in the installation/upgrade documentation that requires creating a user account in the LDAP called "administrator".


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jbarcena Fri, 11/30/2007 - 09:50
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Well, this error says that you have MLA enabled but that you are tryin to login using the Administrator account, but you should be attempting to login using the CCMAdministrator account.


Give it a try.


//Jorge

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