I would like to monitor the number of "CallsInProgress" for any given SIP Trunk on my CUCM using SNMP. The RTMT makes this information available under performance->Cisco SIP->CallsInProgress, but I am having no luck finding the correct OID for the SIP Trunk utilization.
I did find 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.156.1.14, which gives me detailed info about my SIP Trunks, but does NOT include any active calls or calls in progress info.
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