cisco mcs 7800 server

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Jul 24th, 2008
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Hi all,


I am very new to this and i need your help. I have a cisco mcs 7800 series server. i hav a monitor connected to this server. how can i find out whether i have the cisco call manager installed on this server or not. and if it is how can i login to it using the command prompt.

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Jaime Valencia Thu, 07/24/2008 - 08:31
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use the OS admin user and password to login, i already told you in previous post to simply open a browser (in other computer) and do http:\\server ip address


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mohammedanasshaikh Thu, 07/24/2008 - 09:38
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Hi, i appreciate your help however i m not able to understand you. Ill explain to you the set up that i have. I have a cisco mcs 7800 series server (a rack mounted box)this is directly connected to a monitor. i login to the system using my company login name and password. i can then go to the command prompt and check the ip addreess settings and all.. but i dont understand how can i find out wat version of call manager is running on the server. how can i make changes to it. i tried to http into the ip address that i am getting (when i do a ip config on the command prompt) but it does not open any page. please let me know if you need any information to assist me better..

Jaime Valencia Thu, 07/24/2008 - 09:51
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first of all, if you're not using SSH session that's not a CUCM server, also regular cmd line cmds as you use them on your PC are not the ones to use in linux so that is not a linux box


if it's windows log into CCMadmin and you will se the version there


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Jaime Valencia Thu, 07/24/2008 - 10:05
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http:\\ip_address\ccmadmin


if it's a CUCM server there is already an entry in the start menu or on the desktop if running windows


if linux appliance then just do http:\\ip_address and a link will show up


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mohammedanasshaikh Thu, 07/24/2008 - 10:40
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i tried http:\\ip_address\ccmadmin

but nothin shows up... on my desktop i have an icon tat says cisco configuration assistant...but no ccmadmin i kno u are trying to help me and i thank you for ur patience however i dont think i kno anythin about these systems i m workin as an intern and hav never seen this stuff before... i hope i can understand this...

Jaime Valencia Thu, 07/24/2008 - 10:46
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Ok, start -> run -> services.msc


do you see a CCM service?? if not that's not a CCM server.


if you're doing this on your desktop then you're looking at your own PC and not at a server. either RDP or VNC into the server (again, if windows based)


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mohammedanasshaikh Thu, 07/24/2008 - 10:57
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I have attached a screen shot of the screen that i get wen i do the Ok, start -> run -> services.msc, i do get some options related to call manager... i guess you would be able to understand it better fro the screen shot.. i have also attched a picture of the device (mcs 7800 series server) that i have so tat u might be able to know wat device im looking at as i dont have much of an idea. this server device directly connects to a monitor which is windows based. Also i have posted a link where u can see the device mcs 7800 series that i am talking abt, this might give u a better idea...thanks you for your help again.



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mohammedanasshaikh Fri, 07/25/2008 - 06:28
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i can http now into it but i dont kno the username or password... but im atleast goin somewhere thanks for all your help

Jaime Valencia Fri, 07/25/2008 - 08:15
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well, that's something. try using the username and pwd you use for the server itself, if it does not have MLA you'll get in


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