Serial Number on MCS servers

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Apr 2nd, 2009

Hi all,


I've got 9 MCS servers on various sites that I need to find the serial numbers of.


I've go CM6.1 running on 7 of them and Unity 5 on Win 2k3 on the 2 others.


Any ideas how I can do this remotely? I can't seem to get them to share the info with me!!


LH

Correct Answer by Adrian Saavedra about 7 years 10 months ago
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leighharrison Thu, 04/02/2009 - 08:15

Hi there Adrian,


That's worked a charm for the Windows servers, but when I run the snmp commands on the ccm cli I get no response, but the server promises me it's running snmp:-


admin:utils snmp walk 2c public 127.0.0.1 .1.3.6.1.4.1.232.2.2.2.1.0

This command may temporarily impact CPU performance.

Continue (y/n)?y

Failed :

Timeout: No Response from 127.0.0.1



Executed command unsuccessfully


admin:

admin:

admin:utils snmp test

Service Manager is running

Test SNMP Trap starts with Local Host Name, Specify a Remote Sever Name to test Remote Syslog


Message from [email protected] at Thu Apr 2 16:15:03 2009 ...

publisher local7 0 : 1: Apr 02 15:15:03.8 UTC : %CCM_CALLMANAGER-TESTALARMCATALOG-0-TestAlarmEmergency: Testing EMERGENCY_ALARM App ID:Cisco CallManager Cluster ID: Node ID:publisher


Message from [email protected] at Thu Apr 2 16:15:03 2009 ...

127.0.0.1 local7 0 1: Apr 02 15:15:03.8 UTC : %CCM_CALLMANAGER-TESTALARMCATALOG-0-TestAlarmEmergency: Testing EMERGENCY_ALARM App ID:Cisco CallManager Cluster ID: Node ID:publisher

TestAlarmInformational sent [Returncode=0]

TestAlarmEmergency sent [Returncode=0]

TestAlarmAlert sent [returncode=0]

TestAlarmCritical sent [Returncode=0]

TestAlarmDebug sent [Returncode=0]

TestAlarmNotice sent [Returncode=0]

TestAlarmWarning sent [Returncode=0]

TestAlarmError sent [Returncode=0]

admin:


Any thoughts?


LH

Michael Owuor Thu, 04/02/2009 - 08:56

Hi Leigh


If you have a MIB Browser application you could use this SNMP OID - .1.3.6.1.4.1.232.2.2.2.1 cpqSiSysSerialNum - Description: "The serial number of the system unit."


I hope this helps.


Regards,

Michael

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