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CCM trace

I saw the following line from my trace:

11:03:33.484 CCM|Digit analysis: match(fqcn="", cn="318", pss="Building1:AKL", dd="")

What does Building1 represent? Is it a name of a Calling Search Space? Or is it the name of a Partation?

Thanks,

Lee

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Re: CCM trace

Its a partition in that objects CSS. They are listed in order they are searched, seperated by colons.

I believe it stands for partition search space

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Re: CCM trace

Hi ebergquist,

So in this case, the partition name is Building1, whereas it is part of the Calling Search Space object called AKL?

Thanks again for your help,

Lee

Cisco Employee

Re: CCM trace

Actually, the phones's CSS is not noted here. Let's call the CSS of this phone CSS-X. CSS-X consists for partitions Building1 and AKL.

The search order of the phone's CSS-X is also shown in this order: Building1 then AKL. If there is a match for Building1, it will not go searching in AKL-partition.

H. M.

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