Hi i m very new to this and hence dont know much... i have my call manager connected to a windows based monitor... so its not linux machine hence it does not gives me a direct CLI to change passwords or enter commands... how i can i change the password or access the CLI to make any changes to the call manager if i m using the windows based system.. i can http the ip address of the call manager but i dont have a username or password to access the GUI
appreciate your help
First of all you will need a terminal emulation tool like Teraterm, putty or SecureCrt. The application must support SSH.
When you lunch the application, eg for teraterm, select ssh and enter the ip address of the Callmanager there.
It will ask you for the username and password. Enter the username and password.
This will take you to the cli. Once you are there you can use the following command to change the password
To reset the GUI administrator account name:
To reset the GUI administrator password:
Here is the link:
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This is for CCM 5.x and CCM 6.x
mohammed please stop duplicating posts, you already asked this and it's already being addressed. post only once
Do you have a terminal emulation software as I said you should you should use..
If you do which one are you using
Deji, he's using a windows based CUCM, the other post already has the instructions on how to reset the password
if you're not using MLA then use the same credentials as your server OS
His callmanager version is 6.X. What I guess he is saying is that the callmanager is connected to a monitor.
So I dont think its a windows based CCM
at this point i believe no one know what he's using, look at this from the question:
"i have my call manager connected to a windows based monitor... so its not linux machine hence it does not gives me a direct CLI to change passwords or enter commands..."
a 6.x would only give the cli waiting for the user to type in user and pwd. but he says that with the monitor connected to the server he does not get a CLI
the real question would be if he's getting a GUI or a CLI to really determine the version because we're assuming he knows the version from the box he has. it might not even be a CUCM for all we know.
if this helps, please rate
You are right! :)
i think i am not able to explain you people well.. im sorry for all the hassle... thank u all for all your help..i really appreciate