CME gui interface

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Jun 6th, 2008
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I want to enble the cme gui web interface what files shoult I upload to the flash memory and how can I do it?

Correct Answer by Kenneth Mohammed about 8 years 11 months ago

what version of cme are you running? You may already have the gui files on flash, and you just have to unzip them.


Step 1

Download the appropriate cme-gui-x.x.x.tar file to a TFTP server, substituting the Cisco CME release you're using for x.x.x.


Step 2

Log on to privileged EXEC mode on the router.


Step 3

Enter the archive command to extract the contents of the .tar file to the routers flash memory:


router#archive tar /xtract tftp://ip address/cme-gui-x.x.x.tar flash:


The extracted files to Flash include


CiscoLogo.gif

dom.js

normal_user.js

Delete.gif

downarrow.gif

sxiconad.gif

Plus.gif

ephone_admin.html

telephony_service.html

Tab.gif

uparrow.gif

admin_user.gif

logohome.gif

xml-test.html

admin_user.js

normal_user.html

xml.template


Also on the router you need to have configured:


router#conf t

router(config)#telephony-service

router(config-telephony)web admin system name [name] password [password]


also


ip http server

ip http server flash:


From there you just browse to


http://cme ip address/ccme.html


or if you have CUE


http://service-Engine ip address/


Hope that helped

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Kenneth Mohammed Fri, 06/06/2008 - 07:13
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what version of cme are you running? You may already have the gui files on flash, and you just have to unzip them.


Step 1

Download the appropriate cme-gui-x.x.x.tar file to a TFTP server, substituting the Cisco CME release you're using for x.x.x.


Step 2

Log on to privileged EXEC mode on the router.


Step 3

Enter the archive command to extract the contents of the .tar file to the routers flash memory:


router#archive tar /xtract tftp://ip address/cme-gui-x.x.x.tar flash:


The extracted files to Flash include


CiscoLogo.gif

dom.js

normal_user.js

Delete.gif

downarrow.gif

sxiconad.gif

Plus.gif

ephone_admin.html

telephony_service.html

Tab.gif

uparrow.gif

admin_user.gif

logohome.gif

xml-test.html

admin_user.js

normal_user.html

xml.template


Also on the router you need to have configured:


router#conf t

router(config)#telephony-service

router(config-telephony)web admin system name [name] password [password]


also


ip http server

ip http server flash:


From there you just browse to


http://cme ip address/ccme.html


or if you have CUE


http://service-Engine ip address/


Hope that helped

Alejandro Corte... Fri, 06/06/2008 - 07:38
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the IOS version is flash:c2801-advipservicesk9-mz.124-15.T5.bin

Kenneth Mohammed Fri, 06/06/2008 - 07:52
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thanks for the nice rating!


if you do a "show flash", look and see if you have the cme-gui-x.x.x.tar file, or any of the above mentioned files already there.

Alejandro Corte... Fri, 06/06/2008 - 08:00
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can you help me with this:

I have a 2801 router with cme and a four ports FXO card, I have a 800 toll free with three lines, any idea on how to configure this type of service?

Is just one telephone number asocciate with 3 physical lines on three port int he cisco fxo card.


Kenneth Mohammed Fri, 06/06/2008 - 08:16
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If the 800 number is ported to your three FXO lines then there is no special configuration you need to do on the voice ports because when the 800 number is dialed, it will translate to the FXO numbers before it even hits your gateway..

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