I have recently upgraded from Call Manager 4.1 Windows 2000 Server, to CUCM 7.1.3 Linux based system. It seems that the only way to communicate with the server is through a web page. Is there a way to access the CUCM 7.1 Linux prompt and install software directly, for example I would like to install Wireshark ?
Oh. I guess I should also add that loading software on the CUCM appliance models (like 7.1) is not permitted by Cisco. So, there is no way to load WireShark. Sorry for the double response. Just though I would add that extra tidbit in.
With CUCM, the RTP traffic is streamed between the communicating endpoints. A CUCM node is never involved in a RTP stream unless it is being used as a MoH server, software conference bridge, software MTP, or Annunciator for a specific call. Annunciator and MoH would stream in one direction (CUCM to target end point (or mcast address)).
If you want to see the RTP traffic between two phones or between a phone and a gateway then you need to use SPAN or RSPAN. Further, your SPAN source needs to be on a network switch that physically transports at least a portion of the RTP streams (ideally, both sides of the stream).
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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
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