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Solarwinds Orion Monitor Cisco IP Phones

Posted on 2009-04-16
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
We are trialing Orion 9.2 and would like to Poll Call Manager for the Status of IP phones.

Orion discovers the phone using Ping but since they do not use SNMP we can't pull information. I know there are MIBS on the Cisco Call Manager Servers we would like to create a table using multiple MIBS to pull information such as Description MAC IP Address and Registration Status.

I know VOIP monitor does this but we do not the SLA monitoring we just want to be able to see the status of Phones in Call Manager, and recevie alerts when one is deregisterd.

Thanks for your help.
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