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CUCM Call Volume with SNMP

 

Is there a way to collect call counts from CUCM for calls placed to the PSTN via SNMP from CUCM?  I have not yet found an SNMP data point for this.

 

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There is a thread in the

There is a thread in the cacti forum where they had a discussion on this. To get the call volume you'd need to poll  1 main parameter, and then filter the results out of that using the other parameters. I suggest you go through this thread and it may shed some light as to what needs to be done. I find the RTMT easier :)

http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?t=8976

 

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Unfortunately, there is no

Unfortunately, there is no way using SNMP that the call volume data can be pulled. However, RTMT is a powerful tool and can be used for this. Here's a blog that talks about how you can configure custom alerts to print out call volume stats and also only generate csv files with the paramters that you want.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/blog/12173616/setting-alerts-and-monitoring-parameters-such-active-calls-cluster
 

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Is it possible to pull this

Is it possible to pull this from the 3825 gateways instead?  I know if  I do "show voice call summary" I can see the number of active channel at a given time but have not been able to graph this count over time.  We have 4 PRI's but may not need them all so I'm trying to get a handle on that.

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Cisco Employee

There is a thread in the

There is a thread in the cacti forum where they had a discussion on this. To get the call volume you'd need to poll  1 main parameter, and then filter the results out of that using the other parameters. I suggest you go through this thread and it may shed some light as to what needs to be done. I find the RTMT easier :)

http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?t=8976

 

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