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Using RTMT to monitor SIP calls across a PSTN

Hello everyone! 

I have a Cisco 2811 with a few PRIs in it we use for local inbound/outbound stuff.  This gateway isn't too busy but I'm trying to find a way to determine its utilization.  The servicability tool is useless of course and returns all 0s.  In RTMT I can see all outbound calls just fine.  But any call originating from the PSTN to UCM I can't find a way to record in RTMT. 

In UCM I have an outbound trunk setup and an inbound trunk setup.  I have a dial peer for each available UCM server for the 2 sets of DIDs we have available.  Everything works great I just can't seem to find a place to record the historical using RTMT for calls coming off the PSTN inbound to UCM.

My inbound PSTN dial-peer is:

dial-peer voice 5 pots

call-block translation-profile incoming call_block

incoming called-number .

direct-inward-dial

Then it'll match an outbound to UCM peer (example):

dial-peer voice 1007 voip
description INCOMING FROM PSTN TO CUCM SERVER
preference 4
destination-pattern 5...
voice-class codec 1
session protocol sipv2
session target ipv4:<Server - IP REMOVED - >

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Using RTMT to monitor SIP calls across a PSTN

Hello there...don't know if this would help but would something like this work for you?:

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Using RTMT to monitor SIP calls across a PSTN

If it works yes   What is that program?  Looks like MRTG

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Using RTMT to monitor SIP calls across a PSTN

Although it looks like MRTG, it is not.  It's taking the CDR logs from CUCM and based on the timeframe desired, doing a per second analysis of the number of concurrent calls though the PRI/Trunk and then producing/graphing the results.

Chris

leec89@gmail.com

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