The Cisco UE Initialization Wizard is a GUI tool provided to complete the installation of the system, as covered in Chapter 13. After new software is loaded on the system, you must run the Initialization Wizard. You invoke a browser on a PC with a URL pointing to Cisco UE. After logging in, you go through a number of steps, including
Here are a couple common issues encountered when running the Initialization Wizard:
The next sections describe how to identify both issues.
Unable to Log into the Initialization Wizard
At the login window, you enter the administrator username and password assigned during the post-installation procedures. If you are unable to log in, the issue could be that the username and password were not entered properly or that uppercase or special characters have been used. To verify that the administrator username is legitimate, go to the CLI and check the Cisco UE configuration. The username entered should be one of the administrators defined on the system. You can verify that the username admin belongs to the Administrators group, as shown in Example 19-27.
Example 19-27. Displaying Members of the Administrators Group
cue#show group detail groupname Administrators Full Name: Administrators Description: Phone: Phone(E.164): Language: systemDefault(ga_IE) Owners: Members: admin Privileges: superuser ManagePrompts ManagePublicList ViewPrivateList
If you have verified that the username is an administrator but you still cannot log in, you can bypass this by assigning a new password for the login, as shown in Example 19-28.
Example 19-28. Defining an Administrator
CUE#username temp password temp CUE#config terminal CUE(config)#group Administrators member temp
temp is any name you choose for this purpose.
Note that the group is Administrators; take care with both the case of the letters and the spelling. If you enter it wrong, it creates the wrong group and you still cannot access the system.
Initialization Wizard Reports Failures
During the process of running the Initialization Wizard, the most common problem experienced is that the Cisco UE GUI cannot log into Cisco CME to read the user and extension information. This might be because the configuration on Cisco CME is missing some mandatory items. Cisco UE asks you to enter the username and password for Cisco CME, so ensure that you are using the correct Cisco CME username and password in these fields. Example 19-29 shows debugs on Cisco CME where a Cisco UE login fails because of wrong authentication information.
Example 19-29. Failed Cisco CME Login by Cisco UE
cme#debug ip http authentication Dec 14 01:35:49.915: its_urlhook url: /telephony_service.html, method 1 Dec 14 01:35:49.915: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 01:35:49 GMT 22.214.171.124 /telephony_service.html auth_required Protocol = HTTP/1.1 Method = GET Dec 14 01:35:49.915: Dec 14 01:35:49.923: its_urlhook url: /ITSMain, method 1 Dec 14 01:35:49.923: validate_username_password (asfd, sdf)validate_ admin_user (asfd: sdf) validate_admin_user: validate admin  locally validate_admin_user (asfd: sdf) validate_username_password: check password for phone[-1] Dec 14 01:35:49.923: HTTP: Authentication failed for realm its_access Dec 14 01:35:49.923: HTTP: Authentication failed for level 15 Dec 14 01:35:51.923: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 01:35:51 GMT 126.96.36.199 /ITSMain auth_failed Protocol = HTTP/1.1 Method = GET Dec 14 01:35:51.923: Dec 14 01:35:51.927: its_urlhook url: /ipkeyswitch, method 1 Dec 14 01:35:51.927: lds_urlhook, url=/ipkeyswitch
You can see the current Cisco CME administration account details using the show telephony-service command on Cisco CME, as shown in Example 19-30.
Example 19-30. Verifying Cisco CME Administrator Account Details
CME#show telephony-service CONFIG (Version=3.2) ===================== Version 3.2 Cisco CallManager Express For on-line documentation please see: www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/access/ip_ph/ip_ks/index.htm ip source-address 188.8.131.52 port 2000 max-ephones 48 max-dn 192 ......... web admin system name admin password admin web admin customer name Customer edit DN through Web: disabled. edit TIME through web: disabled.
The rest of the Initialization Wizard usually proceeds smoothly. If you encounter issues, turn on the traces shown in Example 19-31. The trace output is intuitive, so you should be able to identify any problems that might arise. Example 19-31 shows Cisco UE trace output when an administrator uses the wrong username and password for Cisco CME.
Example 19-31. Cisco UE Trace Output When the Cisco CME Login Fails
cue#trace webinterface all cue#show trace buffer tail Press to exit... 3662 12/15 15:06:10.904 webI init 5 3715 12/15 15:07:09.898 webI ctrl 0 Enter /Web/IW/InitWizard.do 3715 12/15 15:07:09.898 webI sydb 0 /sw/apps/monitor//ctrl/offline 3715 12/15 15:07:09.899 webI sydb 2 0 ...... 3715 12/15 15:07:09.903 webI ctrl 2 null 3715 12/15 15:07:09.903 webI ctrl 0 Center /Web/IW/InitWizard.do 3715 12/15 15:07:09.905 webI sydb 0 /sw/limits/global/applicationMode 3715 12/15 15:07:09.905 webI sydb 2 ITS 3715 12/15 15:07:09.905 webI sydb 0 /sw/limits/global/applicationMode 3715 12/15 15:07:09.906 webI sydb 2 ITS 3715 12/15 15:07:09.906 webI prxy 2 Call to connection.getInputStream() 3715 12/15 15:07:09.911 webI prxy 2 Response code 401. Receiving data from Router 3715 12/15 15:07:09.912 webI prxy 2 Receiving data from Router...done 3715 12/15 15:07:09.912 webI prxy 2 Detected Lambretta 1+ Image 3715 12/15 15:07:09.912 webI prxy 2 ITSL2Connection initiated 3715 12/15 15:07:09.912 webI prxy 2 Enter ITSL2 Login Center 3715 12/15 15:07:09.913 webI prxy 2 Call to connection.getInputStream() 3715 12/15 15:07:11.917 webI prxy 2 UNREACHABLE: Unable to contact Router 3715 12/15 15:07:11.917 webI prxy 2 Enter ITSL2 Login Center 3715 12/15 15:07:11.918 webI prxy 2 Call to connection.getInputStream() 3715 12/15 15:07:11.925 webI prxy 2 UNREACHABLE: Unable to contact Router 3715 12/15 15:07:11.925 webI init 5 3715 12/15 15:07:11.929 webI sydb 0 /sw/limits/global/applicationMode 3715 12/15 15:07:11.930 webI sydb 2 ITS 3715 12/15 15:07:11.932 webI sydb 0 /sw/limits/global/applicationMode 3715 12/15 15:07:11.933 webI sydb 2 ITS 3715 12/15 15:07:11.945 webI ctrl 0 Exit /Web/WEB-INF/screens/iw/InitWizard.jsp
Troubleshooting Backup and Restore
Part I: Cisco IP Communications Express Overview
Introducing Cisco IPC Express
Building a Cisco IPC Express Network
Cisco IPC Express Architecture Overview
Part II: Feature Operation and Applications
Cisco IP Phone Options
Cisco CME Call Processing Features
Cisco CME PSTN Connectivity Options
Connecting Multiple Cisco CMEs with VoIP
Integrating Cisco CME with Cisco CallManager
Cisco IPC Express Automated Attendant Options
Cisco IPC Express Integrated Voice Mail
Cisco CME External Voice Mail Options
Additional External Applications with Cisco CME
Part III: Administration and Management
Cisco IPC Express General Administration and Initial System Setup
Configuring and Managing Cisco IPC Express Systems
Cisco IPC Express System Configuration Example
Part IV: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Basic Cisco IPC Express Features
Troubleshooting Advanced Cisco CME Features
Troubleshooting Cisco CME Network Integration
Troubleshooting Cisco UE System Features
Troubleshooting Cisco UE Automated Attendant
Troubleshooting Cisco UE Integrated Voice Mail Features
Part V: Appendixes
Appendix A. Cisco IPC Express Features, Releases, and Ordering Information
Appendix B. Sample Cisco UE AA Scripts
Appendix C. Cisco Unity Express Database Schema