Hi, I am in the process of planning to merge two CCM clusters into one. I am looking for a SQL query to pull all the phone definitions and speed dial definitions from one of the callmanagers. I plan to take the output and create a load file for bat to load into the other callmanager. I am using the DC directory avvid_save command to get all the DC directory data and using the import command to load all the user records into the 2nd callmanager.
Can someone point me in the right direction for extacting the phone definitions and speed dials. The gateways I will be moving by hand, along with a few other small items, such as Group Pickup numbers.
Why? Well, it's a long story. We started with one CCM cluster and for political reasons and budget boundaries we installed a second CCM cluster for another site. We now see that a central design model is much better suited for our organization and network. We have about 500 phones and will eventually grow to 3,000 phones.
Boy, do you have a job ahead of you. Maybe the link below will help with the SQL queries, I'm not sure. If you have a SQL guru in the house, he/she should be able to figure a lot of it out. Also, don't forget about Unity, if you have a piece of info or two that you are having trouble getting, there are some export utilities for Unity (www.answermonkey.net).
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