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Cisco CallManager cluster names can only contain alphanumeric characters

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The cluster name of Cisco CallManagers may not contain any special characters. The cluster name can only consist of lowercase and uppercase alphanumeric characters: 0-9, a-z, and A-Z.

If the cluster name contains special characters, the polling of statistical data works correctly, but the CDR/CMR polling fails.

This article applies to all versions of VoIP and Network Quality Manager.

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