I am changing my router from a 2851 to a 2801. All my configuration is working fine with the existing router. To give the new router the good configuration, I have copied my config files (from my old router, running-config from the router and running-config-CUE from CUE), to a tftp server. After that I arrange my config files to adjust the interfaces names (Gig 0/0 to Fa0/0, etc...). Up to this point it was going fine. After I copyed the files to the new router, it worked moslty well. After that I made a Backup from my old router using Unity Express Option in the GUI interface, to a ftp server. Again, no problemo there. But now, I try to login to the new Unity Express GUI interface to restore my backup, but it says that he lost contact with the host Router and gives me the window where I can give him the address of the CME, the username and password. So I give him the username and password that I am pretty shure are the right one, but he gives me that message every time "Login to Cisco CallManager Express as Administrator failed. Check your CallManager Express configuration.".
I use the same username to login to my router on console port 0, and that password does not work. I try to use the usernname and password that I use to login to UnityExpress GUI and it does the same. I have even created a new administrator user in CUE (command-line), cause I am able to login using the command line (service-module service-Engine 0/0 session) and even with the new user its not working
So, I don't know anymore where to look and what to look for??
Thanks a lot for your reply, i dont have the html folder as i loaded the .bin IOS image to the router using TFTP, i would really appreciate it if you can direct me to the IOS you used so i can download it and untar it to take the required html folder
to untar an IOS image in your router, and to use the approriate one, you need to know the router model and characteritstics. So I will not be able to give the right IOS name tar file I used. But you could use the software advisor on the cisco download page (http://www.cisco.com/public/sw-center/) and find the right tar file to use.
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