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I am having problems configuring an MGCP gateway. The router (a 1760 running
12.4.2T) keeps saying 'file not found' while trying to pull its config.

I was wondering if anyone knew how to get to the TFTP directory on the CM to
see if the file actually exists. Also having the same problem with IP
Communicator. Since there is no way to run the Admin setup on the CM.

Also, has anyone done a succesful upgrade from a tar file from CM4?

If anyone knows of a way to get root access to the box, it would be much
appreciated.




Jonathan






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to get into ccm you will to do something like ip address\\\\c$ from network
folders, anyways you still need the user and pw of the ccm. There's no way
around.


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There is no C$ on Linux.



Jonathan

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Ok, when you put CallManager 5 i was kind of surprised, i thought may be was
a new release and i was unaware of it.
I had searched in CCO, google and else and have found nothing, there's no
even release not in cisco about it (or at least i did not find it).
Regarding the linux issue, why you don't try it in a windows client?




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CallManger 5 will be based on the Linux platform.  I  have not worked with
it yet, so I don't have much input other than that.


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Great, so is this CallManager or CallManager Express? then is it official
release? any links? because couldn't get anything. thanx



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One hint of this is here:

http://www.networkworld.com/newsletters/linux/2005/0509linux2.html


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It is the full blown Cisco CallManager, the replacement for Windows-based
CMs.

It is running on a secured version of Red Hat Enterprise and will be sold as
an appliance.



Jonathan

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It is.


http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/callmgr-beta

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I am using Windows IE6 to get to CM5, but I need root access to the box
itself.



Jonathan

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Whenever I need to find a file in unix I do the following:

find * / | grep <partial of filename>

So, you can look for a part of a filename that you know exists and it will
show you all the paths with that file.

Hope that helps,

Jim


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Why not:

find / -name \\*<partial filename>\\*

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Not an option (no such command on the stripped interface).

Basically, all you can do from the shell is start  a few services, ping,
traceroute and change the admin (for CM) password.

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great guys, much appreciated, we can always learn something new everyday
hehehehe



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Perhaps they are giving you a shell, but not a path to the correct bin
directory.   Since you are asking how to navigate to the tftp directory, I'm
thinking that you do have a shell access where you can cd.  See if you can
navigate to /usr/bin. Then you may be able to do ./find.  Or just try typing
/usr/bin/find

Jim


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No.

The commands available from the shell are:

show
service
ping
tracert
set

And the only things you can set are IP address/mask, admin pw, and SNMP
string.



Jonathan

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