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Active Calls on Gateway

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I am running CM 6.1 with 2811 gateways, each with a PRI installed. How do I see how many channels are in use at any given time? Is there a reporting tool that will give me statistics? I tried to do a "show isdn status" and it tells me there are no active calls (even when I know that calls are in progress). It is also telling me that Q.931 is backhauled to CCM Manager. Layer 3 output may not apply.
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by:lrmoore
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Are you using MGCP gateways or H.323 gateways?
If MGCP, the CM reporting tools should tell you active calls.
Else did you try "show voice call summ"
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I have both, mostly MGCP but 1 H323 that goes to my fax server. Where do I find the CM reporting tools?
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The RTMT is available to you from the Call Manager plugins page
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/service/6_1_1/rtmt/611-rtmt-admin.html
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by:cmaohio
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There are some command-line commands to do it on the gateway itself. I would love to know those commands. I was told once over the phone but didn't write it down.
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