We recently migrated from CME to full CCM. We converted our old CME into a gateway for CCM.
Before, if I wanted to see the called/calling number on the gateway I could do a "sh isdn active" However, now that it's moved into CCM as an MGCP gateway, this doesn't work anymore. You can run the command, but it doesn't show anything.
You can do a "show voic call status", but this doesn't show the details of who's calling or being called.
CallID CID ccVdb Port DSP/Ch Called # Codec Dial-peers
sho cal active voice would only give you the far end side numbers... Problem is MGCP gateway actually functions as an "extension" of the callmanager (unlike H.323 where a gateway is sort of a "fully qualified" PBX sending and receiving calls from another "fully qualified" PBX, the callmanager).
you could do a debug isdn q931 that would show the calling and called number. It would however only show when the call is made or tore down. I think this is as close as your going to get on the router side without looking in callmanager traces.
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