A while back I found a really nice command to show the number of active calls on a voice gateway. Ever since that day I have been trying to figure out what that command was. I know that it was a show command, and was either a brief or summary.
It output a list of active calls, and included the ANI, DNIS, and Port number of the call.
Does any one know the command I am thinking of? It was a big help in troubleshooting a trunkgroup issue, and I need to use it again.
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