In working with devicelistx, I have found that every so often I get a record with a status code (s=) of 3. Thus far I have not found any doc that enumerates what 3 means. It is a relatively uncommon occurence. On clusters with an average size of 600 phones, I may see this status code once in a dozen retrievals. I can consistently get the status code of 3 when polling our main cluster with 13,000 phones. Even then, I only average 3 such records per polling interval (which is 6 hours). When looking at these devices, they are in between the 'Unknown' and 'Not Registered' status when displayed in the CCMAdmin interface. What I mean is that it is an 'Unknown' with an IP address assigned to the device.
I have a reporting tool that handles, sorts, etc. the devicelistx raw and I was wondering what exactly is meant by status "3".
Code 3 "in the Peripheral Monitor Real Time report.
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