Use Inventory Analysis to search for IP phones in your network and display them in a report.
Before You Begin
Inventory Analysis searches for phones using:
"An implicit "or" within each field If you enter more than one value in a field, Inventory Analysis searches for phones that match any value that you entered.
"An implicit "and" for all fields If you enter values in more than one field, Inventory Analysis searches for phones that match at least one value from each field.
For example, if you enter two phone models, such as 7910 and 7935, in the IP Phone Model field, the Inventory Analysis report that results includes all phones of these models. If, in addition, you enter a VLAN ID and a switch, Inventory Analysis searches for phones that meet all these criteria; the report that results includes only phones of the models specified that are connected to the switch and in the VLAN that you selected.
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