The Request: I have a client with multiple 6807 VSS pairs that required an IOS upgrade. All of the pairs have a single SUP2-T in each chassis and were in the 15 code train. Although the ISSU process is very straight forward I wanted to put this quick process up as I had to search through multiple documents to gather all the pieces I needed to knock it out. The Solution: Since these switches were in the proper code train to utilize ISSU I decided that was the best route to go.
Access your GoDaddy domain manager Select your domain Select the “DNS Zone File” Tab Select “Add Record” Create a new “Nameserver” entry. See capture below. The “host” will be the subdomain you want to point to the new server. Use the proper nameserver naming format or GoDaddy will kick an error. If you do not have a FQDN for your nameserver you will want to create an A record pointing to its IP: THANKS!
Quick Note: I thought I would make a quick post around how I prepare audio files for deployment in Unity Connection, Communications Manager, Contact Center Express, and other Cisco UC1 products. This post will be focused around Unity Connections but the same method can be used for all applications. The Request: Due to inclement weather conditions in the southeast I had multiple clients that needed emergency messages uploaded to their Unity Connection auto attendants.
The Request: Two new Nexus 7Ks have been installed at one of my client’s data centers. Management connectivity was brought up to the data center core and verified. I was given console access and told to configure TACACS+1 authentication and authorization on the F2 VDC2. The Solution: Configuring TACACS+ on the Nexus 7K is totally different than on IOS and even different than on the Nexus 5K equipment. It also requires a certain order of operations and there is one solid “gotcha” that most people run into.
Cisco Unified Communications Manager & Unity Connection SFTP Emergency Backup to Mac OS X over the Internet
The Request: I was engaged by a long time client who was having an issue with their local SFTP1 server. After some upgrades to their server infrastructure they noticed their phone/voicemail system had not been backed up in MONTHS! They asked if there was a way for me to perform an “emergency” backup to my system if they gave the voice VLAN access to the Internet temporarily while they fixed their SFTP issues.
The Request: I had a new client contact me requesting that I investigate a call that came in over the weekend where an external customer was able to leave a voicemail on an internal users extension, using the corporate IVR, instead of being routed to the weekend service. This behavior was unacceptable and caused much concern throughout the leadership. The client provided me the internal extension where the voicemail was left and a timeframe.
The Request: I was approached by a client who wanted me to build their multi tenant network for a small office building. During the initial meeting it came out that they already had equipment and would like to use this equipment without purchasing much more. This is what I had to work with: 1 x Cisco X8XX Series ISR1 6 x Cisco 2960X Switches The client also has an existing Cisco Unified Communications System that they will be configuring to provide voice services to all of the tenants.