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DHCP address leases in CUCM 7x

I'm using CUCM 7.0 appliance as DHCP for phones only. Where or how do I find out number of phone clients that have leases?

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Re: DHCP address leases in CUCM 7x

Under OS administration DHCP options?

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Re: DHCP address leases in CUCM 7x

that is where i thought it should be, but is not. i have CUCM BE 7.0(1). Can you point me further? I am looking under OS administration. I even went to the Linux command line, but do not see anyway to get a list of "current leases" like you would in a Windows DHCP type server. I do not think CUCM has this functionality. Can you confirm? Thank you.

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Re: DHCP address leases in CUCM 7x

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Re: DHCP address leases in CUCM 7x

i already have DHCP running smoothly. thks though for document, already have this. My customer had old CCM 3.3x with DHCP. On the windows box, it showed the current leases. I do not see this functionality on the newly installed CUCM 7.0(1) Linux appliance. DHCP works well; but I do not think CUCM has that capability. I even went into RTMT, but found no counters for the number of current leases. Can you confirm if this is info is avail on CUCM 7x? thks

Cisco Employee

Re: DHCP address leases in CUCM 7x

AFAIK it's the same as with 6.X, there is no interface which shows you the info as a windows server would do (device, IP, lease, etc). well, simply there is no interface, plenty of guys would appreciate even a ugly interface but nothing gives out that data

HTH

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Re: DHCP address leases in CUCM 7x

thks, that is what i thought, but wanted to get other feedback. once again, thk u

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