When I tried to log in the Agent service on the IP phone, I got an error "selected service IP Phone Agent isn't active. Select another service IP Phone Agent". It had been working well untill they were restarted because of adjusting time zone.
Agent desktop application on a desktop is fine. Has anyone experienced of this kind of error?
We use UCCX 8.02 and CM7.15
Thanks in advance,
If your phone attempts to login to an inactive service, this error message appears. Is you system configured with more than one CAD services !? If yes you should be able to log in to an other service. I think you can get more deatils on this error in IP phone user guide.
Check the CAD services again if you have this problem with all the phones. Look for any changes you have done by mistake while doing the time zone change in CM.
Thank you for your help.
As I mentioned earlier, everything was fine before restarted two UCCXs after changed the Time Zone in the UCCXs, not in CM.
Whenever I logged in a primary UCCX, there is a warning message poped up:
" WARNING: The Unified CCX system is currently using a license that has a grace period of 30 days. You have 23 days remaining. When the grace period ends, the Unified CCX system will no longer function. Refer to the Administration Guide of the system on obtaining a valid license."
I had new license files after the warning message showed up and will upgrade them soon. This happened is realated with the license issue?
So you have two servers? And only one IP Phone service for IPPA?
What do you suspect would happen if the server your IPPA is pointing to went from master to slave?
You need two IPPA phone service URLS: one for each server.
Verify in CUCM what IP address the URL is using, aNd then in UCCX verify which server is engine master. It should be the same in order for this to work.
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I checked them.
Here is the infomantion;
On CMs( Pub: XX.101, Sub: XX.102),
On UCCXs(Pri :XX.105,Sec:XX.106),
Right, so you see how your URL's are pointed at 105? You should have two services, one for 105, and one for 106.
You can label them:
IP Phone Agent - Primary
IP Phone Agent - Secondary
And put both on your phones. Educate your users to always try the primary first, and the secondary if the error message comes up.
I am experiencing the same issue on my system.
I am running CM 8.0.3 and CCX 8.0.2. In order to get logged in I had to restart the sub CM then the pub CM then restart the IPPA (Cisco Desktop Browser and IP Phone Agent Service) on CCX to get the service working again. I do not have a cluster on the CCX only on CM.