If you need to change provider settings, you must as a rule reboot the provider for the modifications to take effect. Whether or not a provider reboot is necessary in the single case is displayed in the Media Server node management.
Adequate administrative permissions
When you reboot the Streaming provider, all RTP connections that exist at the time of the reboot are interrupted.
- On the Operation & Maintenance navigation tab, click on the Configuration & Monitoring navigation menu item.
- In the navigation tree, click on System Status -> Applications.
- In the list entry of the Telephony Control Server application click on to open the action menu of Telephony Control Server. to open the action menu of Telephony Control Server.
- Select Media Server configuration action menu.
A list displays all Media servers available in the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony system environment.
- In the list select the Media Server link that you want to configure.
The configuration dialog of the selected Media Server opens.
- In the configuration dialog switch to the Providers tab.
- Check the provider list for providers that are indicated for a reboot in the Restart Needed column.
- Select the radio button of the provider that you want to reboot.
- Select Restart Provider.
The selected provider stops and restarts. Provider settings performed since the last start take now effect.
Parent topic: Configuration Concept of the Media Server
How to Configure the MGCP Provider
How to Configure the Streaming Provider
How to Configure the SIP Provider
How to Configure the Prompt Database Provider
How to Configure the MRCP Provider