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Find out number of lines confirgured in CCM 4.1(3)

Hi,

I was wondering if there is a way to get a report on how many lines that are configured in a CCM cluster running CCM 4.1(3)SR5b.

Thanks in advance!

MJ

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Re: Find out number of lines confirgured in CCM 4.1(3)

If you can elaborate a bit more on what you are looking for, someone should be able to help.

In the meantime (and this might be all you need) if you go to Route Plan > Route Plan Report and then click "View in File" near the top righ of the window, below the menu, you will get an ascii file of all the DNs and patterns programmed into your system.

Lelio

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Re: Find out number of lines confirgured in CCM 4.1(3)

If you can elaborate a bit more on what you are looking for, someone should be able to help.

In the meantime (and this might be all you need) if you go to Route Plan > Route Plan Report and then click "View in File" near the top righ of the window, below the menu, you will get an ascii file of all the DNs and patterns programmed into your system.

Lelio

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Re: Find out number of lines confirgured in CCM 4.1(3)

Hi Lelio,

Thanks for your response. Sorry for the confusion. I meant a report on all active DNs on the system. I will use the route plan report as you have suggested above.

Thanks again.

MJ

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Re: Find out number of lines confirgured in CCM 4.1(3)

Don't forget that sometime between 3.3 and 4.1(3) (I forget exactly when) Cisco introduced the PBX concept of an 'unassigned' DN. That means, you will see a DN in the route plan report but it is not actually assigned to any device, namely a phone. This happens when you delete (or change?) a DN on a phone (or even delete the entire phone I think). It takes the DN and places it in the 'unassigned' DN category.

A seperate report for this is necessary, because the CSV file doesn't identify these in any way.

Under the same Route Plan Report section, choose Unassigned DN from the "Find Where" drop down menu.

This should help as well.

Lelio

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