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CUCM Bulk Admin question

hi,

IS it possible to change any parameter lets say CSS or Route Partition or enable/ disable any feature for all the range of specific extension.

For example if i want to change the CSS of extension 1200 to 1250, will have to do it one by one ? Thanks

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System version: 7.1.5.34080-1

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CUCM Bulk Admin question

You can use the same process.. phones>add/update lines

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CUCM Bulk Admin question

You can use the bulk admin interface to do this. Go to CCMadmin>Bulk admin (tab)> phones>update phones>query

then search for the phones using their extensions... scroll and tick CSS box (select the CSS you want), then click on run job immediately

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CUCM Bulk Admin question

Thanks for your half answer

What if i want to change line settings of the phone? I mean to say i want to change CSS of the line not phone. Thanks

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CUCM Bulk Admin question

You can use the same process.. phones>add/update lines

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