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Cisco Unified Communications Documentation

Cisco Unity Connection doc pages:
Cisco Unity Connection Products Maintenance Guides List

Cisco Simulator

The Cisco Network Simulator, Router Simulator & Switch Simulator

The Boson NetSim Network Simulator is an application that simulates Cisco Systems’ networking hardware and software and is designed to aid the user in learning the Cisco IOS command structure.
http://www.boson.com/

CUCM and CCX – Change IP Address

Changing the IP Address and Hostname for Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Release 9.1(1)

Changing the IP Address and Hostname for Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Release 9.0(1)

Settings for Cisco Unified CCX Release 9.0(1)

Microsoft NPS with Cisco Equipment Using RADIUS

See this article: Integrating Cisco devices CLI access with Microsoft NPS/RADIUS

Should be cheaper than Cisco’s ACS or ISE systems for small to medium 50-1000 user/computer  organizations.

Think about PCI/DSS (3.0) when analyzing cost/risk/liability/brand reputation.

Cisco Unified Communications and VMware Tools

Please see this documentation for the installation of VMware Tools on Cisco Unified Communications (UC) servers.

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/VMware_Tools

Restart Web Interface for Cisco Call Manager 8.x

If the Cisco Call Manager web administration interface is running slow, or failing to respond, you can restart the Tomcat web service from the server’s SSH CLI shell.

SSH to the server and use the OS Administration username and password to log on. At Cisco’s limited CLI “admin:” prompt type the following command:


utils service restart Cisco Tomcat

ASA 5505 to block Internet radio

regueiro writes:
I have blocked Internet radio who use port 80.
You should inspect the port and you can add this commands

regex audio-mpeg "audio/.*"

policy-map type inspect http test_radio
parameters
protocol-violation action drop-connection log
match response header content-type regex audio-mpeg
drop-connection log
match request header user-agent regex _default_windows-media-player-tunnel
drop-connection log

class global-class-test
inspect http test_radio

To help you, use a sniffer and capture radio traffic and see http headers.
It is easy to block streaming from media-player, but for other I check the response header and when I see audio/*   (like audio/*  where * can be mpeg,  x-mpeg,  mpeg3,  and/or x-mepg3 …) I close the connection.

Sorry for my bad english.