There isn't a predefined acceptance test for CWMS. However, I have recently done a few installs and can thoroughly (sometimes too much so) tested a number of aspects of the system. If you want to test failover behavior for media, the easiest way to do this is within vCenter by simply changing the vNIC configuration to shut off network access on the guest you want to fail. You can also shut down the individual VMs but just make sure you keep an eye on the system status from within the Admin dashboard as well as on the console of each host. Also remember that if you shut down the media servers that are used for the inbound trunks (what Cisco calls the Load Balancers) then you will be affecting inbound call capabilities.
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Don't you just hate having to run RTMT in a virtual machine, well here it runs in an app for mac. I have complied a version for CUCM 14.x ( from a version I got for 11.x ) It works on older versions also. Here it is https://haffi.is/rt...
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