Properties field descriptions for vCenter vSphere client
Note: At the time of deploying Utility Services, if you do not know the Communication Manager IP Address , System Manager IP Address , or Enrollment Password then use the dummy values. Dummy values need to pass validation. Use the
This document provides installation, configuration, initial administration, and basic maintenance checklists and procedures. This document is intended for people who install and configure a verified reference configuration at a customer site.
Post deployment reconfiguration
With the post deployment reconfiguration, you can modify the parameters of the Utility Services OVA after initial deployment. You can modify the network parameters such as, IP address, Hostname, and DNS, and application parameters such as, Communication Manager IP Address.
Time keeping (NTP)
For accurate timekeeping, use the Network Time Protocol (NTP) as a time source instead of the ESXi hypervisor. The NTP servers can be local or over the Internet. If the NTP servers are on the Internet, the corporate firewall must
Uninstalling the feature pack or service pack by using Solution Deployment Manager
On the System Manager web console, click Services > Solution Deployment Manager . In the left navigation pane, click Upgrade Management . Select Utility Services , and click Upgrade Actions > Installed Patches . In the Patch Operation , select
Upgrading Utility Services to Release 7.1.3
Utility Services 7.1.3 is cumulative and includes all features and security remediation of previous Feature Pack. Feature pack or service pack can be installed and uninstalled by using the Solution Deployment Manager or Utility Services CLI. You must uninstall the
Services Port VM support for a Utility Services only mode
You can use the Services Port VM support for a Utility Services only mode for deployment without enabling the services port. Services port is not part of the VE offer. You can select the Utility Services only mode at the
Virtual Machine. Replica of a physical server from an operational perspective. A VM is a software implementation of a machine (for example, a computer) that executes programs similar to a physical machine.
Out of Band Management
Out of Band Management is a physically and logically separate network connection. It connects to a customer’s private IT management network and provides for secure management and administration of Avaya products. You can activate out-of-band management even after deployment. Utility
An administrative interface from VMware for the entire virtual infrastructure or data center, including VMs, ESXi hosts, deployment profiles, distributed virtual networking, and hardware monitoring.