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How can i uniquely identify a Cisco Endpoint

I cant find through docuemntation

I would like to uniquely identify a cisco end point. Can some one please point me to documentation or methd

Rajul

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Re: How can i uniquely identify a Cisco Endpoint

I'm not sure what you mean by endpoint (just phones, or CallManagers/media servers etc), and in what context of application development (XML applications for IP Phones?).

Device name is a safe bet for uniquely identifying devices within a CallManager cluster. The phone can send it's name when requesting an XML service, and you can also use DeviceListX to look up device information for phones.

A list of devices configured for the cluster can be found in the device table of the CCM030x table (where x is a number, incrementing by one each time you upgrade the CallManager). I wouldn't necessarily suggest reading this table at run-time, but point it out so that you can see a list of devices during development and know what to expect.

It depends on what you're looking to accomplish.

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