Overview: This article provides a quick walkthrough for Troubleshooting the cloud connect server when calls are not logging in Tenfold Analytics.
Connecting and Configuring Cloud Connect Server and Monitor
- Navigate to Tenfold Dashboard -> Features -> Cloud Connect. Make sure the Cloud Connect option is Enabled.
- Navigate to Tenfold Dashboard -> Company Settings -> Phone System. It should be reflected in green with “Connected” status.
- Phone System is connected in the dashboard, go to “Cloud connect server configuration” application -> classic menu -> extensions.
- On-hook: The extension is configured correctly in Cloud Connect Server and the agent is not currently on a call.
- Off-hook: The extension is configured correctly in Cloud Connect Server and the agent is currently on a call.
- Missing: There is a problem monitoring the extension. For Avaya integrations, the type indicates that there are no available TSAPI licenses for the device. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
- Unknown: There is a problem monitoring the extension. If this is a small number of your extensions it likely indicates a configuration error for a few extensions. If the majority of your extensions are listed as unknown please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Make sure we haven’t disabled the monitoring for particular extension We can check by navigating to the Equipment -> Extensions page by selecting the extension and clicking edit. Alternatively, you may double-click the extension to launch the edit screen. Make sure the checkbox labeled “Do not monitor” is unchecked.
- The next step after monitoring the extension is to navigate to Enterprise -> calls. If call activities are coming in this panel it means the Phone system is sending events to cloud connect and if not you have to contact your phone provider to resolve this.
- Also, check the licenses in the “Cloud connect server configuration” application -> Enterprise -> Licenses. Make sure in front of “Server application licenses” it should be 2(used) out of 2(Total), which means Tenfold bridge service is running just fine and if not try to restart. If you are still not able to see 2 out of 2 please contact email@example.com.
Steps to Restart Cloud Connect Server
- Make sure all the services are in the running state and if not try to restart by following the steps mention below.
a. Go to START type Services, hit enter.
b. The following are the list of Tenfold services. Make sure all the services are in the running state.
– Cloud Connect Client
– Cloud Connect Monitor
– Cloud Connect Server Http Server
– Cloud Connect Server Service
– Cloud Connect Telephony (you may have more than one of this service)
– Tenfold Bridge Service
c. Type cloud connect server configuration in START, hit enter. Click on the classic menu.
d. The status should always say Connected/online. If you see Disconnected/offline, try to restart the services.
e. Right-click on the selected service and then click on “Stop”. Make all the services stop in the same order mentioned above in step #2. Now, right-click on every single service (that we stopped earlier) and then click on “Start” to get services back into the running state. As shown in the GIF below.
- If your organization is facing this call logging issue more frequently and your IT Admin has to restart the server on daily basis we would recommend installing “Tenfold UP” on the server where cloud connect is installed. What is “TenfoldUP”: Tenfold Up is our new feature that may come bundled with the TenfoldBridge package. There are times when Organizations experience issues related to 3rd party applications that keep the needed Cloud Connect services up and running. TenfoldUp is an added redundancy that when installed, will check every minute if these needed services are running and if they are not, it will restart them automatically. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.