Use this option to add a new cluster. All devices/subscribers that are part of this cluster will have to be added separately using the Adding a CUC Offline Subscriber link or when the Cluster comes online the Refresh Online Cluster link in the Cluster Maintenance window can be used and the system will automatically obtain the subscriber names.
After selecting the Add an Offline Cluster link on the Adding CUC Clusters to the Monitoring Server, the following dialog box will open.
Complete the fields as required:
Enter a user-defined Cluster name. This field is free-format and is not validated.
Customer name for this Cluster and Site for the Cluster
These fields are optional and are used for grouping purposes only, they do not affect the cluster name. If these are not required leave them as N/A. If these fields are completed the details will be visible in the All Cisco Unity Connection Appliances and the Unified Communications and Collaboration Central Displays and will group like customer and site named clusters together. Use only alphanumeric characters in these fields, special characters, such as; ! , @, will cause the cluster configuration not to start. To change the Customer and/or Site names after adding a cluster, see Cluster Maintenance for Cisco Unity Connection.
Publisher Node Name
Enter the name of the Publisher associated with this Cluster.
Publisher's IP Address
Enter the IPv4 address which the Monitoring Server can use to contact the Publisher.
Node's Real IP Address
In a NAT environment use this field to enter the IPv4 address for the Publisher as configured on the CUC Administration interface. In a non-NAT environment enter a hyphen (-) to use the same IP address as the previous field.
Enter the version number of the Cisco UC installation on this cluster.
User Name and User Password
Enter the username and password for the Publisher. For further details see the Setup CUC Access Credentials.
CLI Username and Password
Enter the username and password for the Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI). These are the credentials to send data requests to the Cisco Unity Connection Publisher CLI. The 'cuc dbquery' CLI command (Command privilege level 1) is run in order to retrieve user/mailbox statistics. It is run at startup and then once a day at around 4:00am. For further details see the Setup CUC Access Credentials.
SNMP Community String for SNMP V2c
This field is ignored if the SNMP version is not 2c. This field contains the default value 'public' which should be changed to your own community string.
Web Interface Port Number
This is the port number that is used for sending Web requests to CCM Administration Web interface. This port is used for data collection and if the Cisco default port of 8443 is changed then this field must also be updated.
Web Protocol (https or https)
Select the protocol being used by the Cisco Web Interface port, either HTTP or HTTPS (default).
SNMP version [2c|3]
Enter the SNMP version to use. Must be either '2c' or '3'. The default value is ‘2c’.
SNMP V3 User Name
This field is ignored if the SNMP version is not 3. This is the user name that will be used in SNMP V3 Requests.
Is Authentication required for SNMP V3 [Yes|No]
This field is ignored if the SNMP version is not 3. It indicates whether SNMP V3 authentication is enabled.
SNMP V3 Authentication Protocol [MD5|SHA]
This field is ignored if the SNMP version is not 3 or if authentication is not required. This is the protocol used for authentication.
Password for SNMP V3 Authentication
This field is ignored if the SNMP version is not 3 or if authentication is not required. Enter a valid password for the associated User Name. The password needs to be 8 characters or more in length.
Is Encryption required for SNMP V3 [Yes|No]
This field is ignored if the SNMP version is not 3 or if authentication is not required. This indicates if SNMP V3 encryption (privacy) is enabled.
SNMP V3 Encryption Protocol: [DES|3DES|AES|AES128|AES192|AES256]
When SNMP V3 encryption is required the applicable protocol to be used will need to be added in this field. This is the protocol as set in the SNMP User Configuration page on the Cisco Administration Console.
Password for SNMP V3 encryption
This field is ignored if the SNMP version is not 3, if authentication is not required or if encryption (privacy) is not required. Enter the password to be used for encryption. The password needs to be 8 characters or more in length.