A company is decommissioning a site where a Cisco Unity Connection cluster resides.
This cluster is part of a larger network of Unity Connection servers linked using HTTPS networking.
Which three steps remove the site from the network? (Choose three.)
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To decommission a site with a Unity Connection cluster that is part of a larger network of Unity Connection servers linked using HTTPS networking, the following three steps must be taken:
Determine the topology: It is important to determine whether the Unity Connection cluster to be decommissioned sits between the hub and another Unity Connection site in the hub-and-spoke topology. If it does, then the downstream Unity Connection locations must be updated to link with a Unity Connection that will continue to have access to the hub location. This will ensure that users can still access the network even after the site is decommissioned.
Remove primary server: The Unity Connection primary server from the HTTPS network on each node in the cluster must be removed. This will ensure that the decommissioned site is no longer part of the Unity Connection network.
Remove cluster from network: All servers in the Unity Connection cluster must be removed from the other clusters in the HTTPS network. This will ensure that the decommissioned site is no longer part of the larger Unity Connection network.
Additionally, remote call handlers and interview handlers that targeted the users on the location as well as any location downstream from the commissioned site to be removed must be updated. Finally, any existing link to the remaining Unity Connection locations subtree must be removed, and new links must be added to locations that will remain connected to the hub.
By following these steps, the site with the Unity Connection cluster can be successfully decommissioned, and the larger network of Unity Connection servers can continue to function smoothly.