Single, Standalone Splunk Server
These instructions are for it you have set up Splunk on a single host system. In this case, your single Splunk server software will act as Indexer (where the data gets stored), Search Head (the ‘run a search’ part of Splunk), and separate software on that same host will act as the SFTP server for the CUCM data.
- ON YOUR SPLUNK HOST, Set up and configure an SFTP server.
- “Host” means the physical server or virtual machine.
- Here are some pointers/tips for Windows or for Linux
- ON YOUR SPLUNK SERVER, Install the two Sideview apps
- Manage Apps, Browse for more apps, then search for and install these:
- Restart your Splunk server after the last one is installed. (If you do it in the above order, the last install will ask you to do so).
- ON YOUR SPLUNK SERVER, Install a trial license key (or full production key) in our app
- IN CUCM, add a new Billing Server entry pointing to your SFTP server.
- See our Call Manager Configuration documentation, complete those steps and come back here.
- Confirm that the server is actually saving files on the SFTP server in the location expected! (This might take a few minutes depending on call volume).
- ON YOUR SPLUNK SERVER, set up the data inputs
- In the Cisco CDR Reporting and Analytics app, click Setup >Set up data inputs
- Follow the wizard’s prompts to select the appropriate folder.
Once you’ve made it through those, you should be able to start searching data.
- Important – Configure your clusters. This should only take a few seconds and will ensure external numbers are parsed properly and provide location information.
- Sites – Add IP address ranges to identify sites, see cross-site call volume, and to optionally enable mapping to work for your own infrastructure.
- Groups – Track calls by ‘groups’ of people – ‘groups’ being whatever you’d like to define as a mapping of groups, subgroups, and names to extensions. Use it to report on your sales team, help desk or to build your own mini call center.
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