CUCM 7.0 CallManager and TFTP service keeps stopping!
I was messing around with CUCM 7, when I mistakenly tried to change the domain on the server. It previously had no domain. I ssh to the CLI and entered "utils network domain xxxxx.com". I then got a warning stating that changing the domain would have no effect on the server since DNS was not enabled on the server. I opted to proceed, the server rebooted and came back. However, the call manager service and tftp service doesnt start, and when manually started, the tftp service stays up for 5 minutes and stops, and the call manager service stops shortly thereafter. Did changing the domain on the server have an effect on these services, even though the warning stated that changing the domain wouldnt have any effect as DNS is disabled? Any suggestions offered is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
PS: I already checked licensing as suggested in another thread and everything looks good there.
Re: CUCM 7.0 CallManager and TFTP service keeps stopping!
The issue has been resolved. Apparently once you put a domain name on the server, this cannot be reversed, and now DNS must be used. Once I enabled DNS on the server and added an entry in my DNS server, rebooted CUCM, phones started registering and everything is good. I wonder why you cannot disable DNS once it has been enabled. Anyhow, everything is working, and many thanks to those who contributed.
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