I had a couple requests in the past few weeks for a way to determine how many ports are in use over time so folks can determine if their systems are under/over ported. The current port usage report focuses on call traffic and doesn't kick out how many ports are available/in use over any specific time period. It does, however, generate an Access database that has all the basic information we need to generate just such a report.<br><br>I've just stuck out on my web page a new tool that will take the Access database generated by the port usage report and kicks out a peak port use report along with a graphical chart of the port activity over the day. I've also included the source code for this tool so folks can see how this is done... all the reports leave around Access databases with interesting data that may be used to generate any number of useful custom reports for end users.<br><br>Enjoy.<br><br><br>Jeff Lindborg<br>Unity Product Architect/Answer Monkey<br>Cisco Systems<br>email@example.com<br><A HREF="http://www.AnswerMonkey.net" target="_new">http://www.AnswerMonkey.net</A> (new page for Unity support tools and scripts)
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