It can seem dumb , but I’ve just played/discovered the ATA 187 ( which is working in SIP) . while I was trying to enter in the IVR menu , I was prompted for a password that we have not in the past.So after one or two google line , I finally discovered that the default password is cisco ( yeah I know , they are very hard 🙂 ) , so in numeric it is giving you 24726.
numb advise of the day 🙂 lol
Here are a list of the different tools that you can use :
- CDR Analysis and Reporting tool (CAR) : is used to generate CDR reports and so on
- DBHelper : is used to fix SQL replication issue
- Dialed Number Analysis (DNA) : is used to analyze your dial plan
- Dick Tracy : is a catalyst troubleshooting tool
- Event viewer : Windows system tool to see application, system and security events
- Perfmon : Windows system tool to see and monitor counters in real-time
- Q931 Translator : it is a tool to decode Q931 messages of the ISDN/H323 stack
- Quality Report Tool (QRT viewer) : it is a reporting tool for quality purposes
- Real-Time Monitoring Tool : is an extended plugin which can view Call Manager Serviceability counters in real-time
- SDI Traces : CCM traces which provide detailed diagnostic information relative to call processing , registration,digit analysis, call flows and all protocols related and so on
- SDL traces : These are traces which are the transition levels between all nodes. It is essentially used by the tac
- SQL Enterprise Manager : it is the SQL console tool
In the CUCM traces , you can find a lot of StationInit and StationD .
What are they corresponding ?
Real-Time Monitoring Tool (RTMT) runs as a client-side application and uses HTTPS with TCP to monitor device status,system performance,device discovery and CTI Applications in the cluster