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Pre-deployment Checklist and Tasks
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Pre-deployment Checklists and Tasks

Fill in the
Easy access configuration sheet
deployment process.
Establish network connectivity for BE6K server to application and DMZ
networks – Refer
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/BE6000/Installatio
nGuide/10_01/Deploying_Expressway_with_Business_Edition.pdf.
Define the required DNS records on the appropriate DNS servers as
specified under the
Easy access configuration sheet DNS records
requirements.
Open the firewall ports mentioned as per the
firewall ports requirements
Follow the guidelines specified as part of
requirements
to be ready to generate and sign the certificates at later stage
of deployment process. In addition, arrange for the purchase of a public
certificate so that you are ready to generate certificates immediately during
the deployment process later.
Easy Access Configuration Sheet
The following tables provide you with a place to capture all the information you may need during the
configuration of Cisco Expressway related services. Each table is comprised of the information items
needed, references the example values used in this CVD, and provides a column into which you may enter
your own particular site-specific values in an easy-reference format.
Table 4. Expressway-C network configuration
Item
IPV4 LAN 1 address
IPV4 LAN 1 subnet
IPV4 gateway
System host name
Default DNS servers (Local)
Domain name
NTP servers
Time zone
IPv4 Static NAT address
Deploy MRA and B2B Collaboration
for your reference during the
Easy access configuration sheet
Expressway certificate
CVD Configuration
Expressway C
10.106.170.148
255.255.255.0
10.106.170.6
EXPc1
10.106.170.130 (Local
DNS)
mmcvd.ciscolabs.com
10.106.170.130
Asia/Calcutta
NA
Deployment Details
Deploy CUBE
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Yes/No
Site Specific configuration
Expressway C
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