Probably not the answer you are looking for, but unfortunately as far as I know you are unable check the dhcp bindings using the administrator CLI access, this can only be done using the root username and password which only TAC can help with. :(
Thanks for the (non) answer. :) If it turns out to be true, then there is no good reason to use the DHCP server in CUCM. There's probably a perfmon statistic somewhere, but I don't know of any documentation on any (ok, very few) of those values. I'll check around RTMT to see if there is anything of value there.
CallManager (Communications Manager) 6.0(1a) in my case is configured as a DHCP server (DHCP Monitor Service). I want to determine what clients (Phones) got what IP addresses from the DHCP server.
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