Cisco Prime: Unit of Measurement for Maps ( Meters and Feet)

Thought I would put up a quick post regarding unit of measurements for the Maps. CPI comes with feet as the default unit and this can be an issue for countries that use meters. I could always recalculate my length in meters and input it in CPI until a client made a rather rude comment … Continue reading Cisco Prime: Unit of Measurement for Maps ( Meters and Feet)

Cisco Wireless: Upgrading MSE from v7.5 to v8.0 via Cisco Prime

Release Notes HighLights Refer to Release Notes for Cisco Mobility Services Engine, Release 8.0.100.0 Compatibility Matrix for version 8.0 Do not run uninstall on the 7.4, 7.5, or 7.6 Release, instead stop the MSE and directly run the installer. Upgrade Process Download the 8.0.100.0 software image from Cisco.com. The file to be downloaded is Verify … Continue reading Cisco Wireless: Upgrading MSE from v7.5 to v8.0 via Cisco Prime

Cisco Wireless: Upgrading Cisco Prime Infrastructure (CPI) 2.0 to 2.1

Situation I hate it when Cisco comes up with a feature or new release of the WLC or the APs, and we have to wait forever to get support for MSE, CPI etc!! How are they supposed to function in the meantime?? The issue is that I have the new 3700 APs and now that … Continue reading Cisco Wireless: Upgrading Cisco Prime Infrastructure (CPI) 2.0 to 2.1

Cisco Prime: Installation of Cisco Prime v2.0 – Adding a Licence

Go to Product Licence Registration portal in Cisco.con Add the PAK file that you received from Cisco Once added, your PAK files will appear here To get the licence file, click on the PAK that you need and click on get licence. You are required to fill in Product ID and Serial number details. These … Continue reading Cisco Prime: Installation of Cisco Prime v2.0 – Adding a Licence

Cisco Prime: Installation of Cisco Prime v2.0 – Standalone

Login as setup to start the installation. Provide the necessary details  After rebooting (it rebooted twice) plus it took a long time stuck here. I think 10 minutes have passed now. Will keep count of how much more time it takes at this point. Gosh, it took another 12 minutes. I think it took around … Continue reading Cisco Prime: Installation of Cisco Prime v2.0 – Standalone

Cisco Prime: Configuring HA

The SMTP server settings should already be configured. Login to the primary server with your credentials Fill in the details for the secondary server The failover mode can be manual or automatic. Manual requires you to do the failover, for automatic, the secondary server. Status changes to initializing From the secondary server, this is the … Continue reading Cisco Prime: Configuring HA

Cisco Prime: Installation of Cisco Prime v2.0 – Secondary Server

We will be dealing with the express installation file. The Express option replaces the Medium and Small options supplied in previous versions of Prime Infrastructure. Here are the scaling limits for express installation Installation process. To begin we need to login as setup. Fill in network parameters Wait for installation Specify that the server will act as … Continue reading Cisco Prime: Installation of Cisco Prime v2.0 – Secondary Server