Should antivirus software be installed on CallManager (Win2k) servers? My organization is moving ahead with AV on CallManagers. But consultant engineers are advising against it, that CSA will protect the CallManager without AV software. What is Cisco's recommendation?
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Cisco developed a default Cisco Security Agent policy for its servers that allows all the correct things needed for that VoIP server to function, while also preventing known and unknown attacks from affecting the VoIP servers. At a minimum, you should install and run this unmanaged version Cisco Security Agent. This software protects the application and the operating system from both viruses and worm attacks. To get the maximum protection from these types of intrusions, ensure that the newest version of the Cisco Security Agent software is always installed on your servers. With the unmanaged agent installed on your servers, you will be able to see the logs of attacks on only the system where the agent is installed. You will have to log into each system to check the log files that might be there because of some type of alarm that has occurred.
Approved antivirus software should be run on all of the IP Telephony servers and VoIP application servers that have been approved to run that software. As with any other server in a network, antivirus software helps protect the Cisco CallManager server from being infected with a worm or a virus that could impact call processing. The Cisco Security Agent should not be the only preventative software installed on the system because Cisco Security Agent cannot clean the system of infection. Only an antivirus software can clean and infected system.
Additional information about running antivirus software on the Cisco CallManager servers is available at
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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