Getting to know more
Before starting the actual configuration of the AIM-CUE we can get additional details beforehand, and for that we are going to use the following CLI commands:
- show ip interface brief
vgw#show ip interface brief Interface IP-Address OK? Method Status Protocol GigabitEthernet0/0 192.168.1.102 YES NVRAM up up Service-Engine0/1 unassigned YES unset administratively down down GigabitEthernet0/1 172.16.1.102 YES NVRAM up up GigabitEthernet3/0 unassigned YES unset administratively down down vgw#
This one is just a double checking to be absolutely sure we’re using the right interface.
- service-module service-Engine 0/1 ?
vgw#service-module service-Engine 0/1 ? heartbeat-reset Enable/disable Heartbeat failure to reset Service Module password-reset Password reset of Service Module reload Reload service module reset Hardware reset of Service Module session Service module session shutdown Shutdown service module statistics Service Module Statistics status Service Module Information vgw#
This one is the juicy one, the start point to get as much information about CUE as we can.
Now that we know a bunch of arguments we have available, let’s start with “status”:
vgw#service-module service-Engine 0/1 status Service Module is Cisco Service-Engine0/1 Service Module supports session via TTY line 386 Service Module is in Steady state Service Module heartbeat-reset is enabled Getting status from the Service Module, please wait.. Cisco Unity Express 3.1.1 CUE Running on AIM vgw#
A few important things to take note here, first a confirmation that our Service Module has CUE running on AIM, and second the CUE version is 3.1.1.
Another not less important detail is that we’ll be able to establish a telnet connection using TTY line 386, that’s another confirmation about the need of an IP Address.
vgw#service-module service-Engine 0/1 session IP address needs to be configured on interface Service-Engine0/1 vgw#
As you can see, we won’t be able to go further without proceeding with the IP addressing task.
vgw#service-module service-Engine 0/1 statistics Module Reset Statistics: CLI reset count = 0 CLI reload count = 0 Registration request timeout reset count = 0 Error recovery timeout reset count = 0 Module registration count = 311 vgw#
Ok, I think that was enough, feel free to try a few more if you want.
Where to go from here?
We are making good progress, we can now move on to the following page: