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Old 04-27-2015, 01:58 AM
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Default How to see every call forwarding to one special number

Hello,

iam using in our firm the Site Administrator 6.0 and have the problem that one user wanted to know if i can see each call forwarding to his number that is actual configured.

Have you a command for me, with list usage extension i didn´t see this

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Old 04-27-2015, 06:37 AM
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i found something on my own.
With list call-forwarding i can´t make a report and copy it to excel and search it there.

But is there a other change to search for it.
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Old 04-28-2015, 09:56 AM
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ckelch, did you mean to say that you "can" make a list and put it in excel? I don't know the answer to your question, but I was interested in the excel method you used.
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Old 04-30-2015, 07:16 AM
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In ASA you can simply use the report function to export call forwarding lists , you can also display coverage sender remote x , from cm but this is non exportable.
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Old 04-30-2015, 07:53 AM
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ok, thanks for the clarification
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rbrookes,

If you don't mind, I would like to expand on the answer from richa164. While it is true that you cannot export "display coverage remote x," There is a whole bunch of data exports and reports that you can run once in a while or schedule to run automatically.

I have been doing this since the Definity 8.2 days. I even offered to do workshops at the IAUG several times. But I never hear back. I guess that this is not high on their list. Anyway . . .

ASA has the capability to run scheduled exports and reports 24x7. For years I have been dumping these as reports and comma delimited data files into a network folder. I have 20 or so VBA macros in Excel that process them into nice-looking and even some color-coded worksheets. I archive these every year on CDs.

There is one that I only open in notebook: "list measurements trunk-group summary last-hour." I schedule it as a report in ASA to run hourly at one minute past the hour. And I checked the opton to append the date to the filename.

A neet thing happens when you do this. That is that you get a hourly report for every scheduled day. Morover at the beginning of the next day the fact that yoiu are appending a new date to the end of the file reeates a new daily file. Not bad?
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Old 05-19-2015, 12:00 AM
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In ASA You can export any ACM command (display/list) to notepad thru "Raport" with "export screen capture to file" selected. Many of them You can try to import to Excell.
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Is there any other way to get "list measurements trunk-group summary last-hour" into a file? I don't like to be in need of a GUI to get that data, I prefer technical ways on unix-level, because it is much more reliable.
Can I get
"li meas trunk sum last-h "
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Old 05-19-2015, 06:03 AM
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Is there any other way to get "list measurements trunk-group summary last-hour" into a file? I don't like to be in need of a GUI to get that data, I prefer technical ways on unix-level, because it is much more reliable.
Can I get
"li meas trunk sum last-h "
via SNMP for example?

kind regards,
andre
But my question, Andre, is why go to the trouble? Using ASA to run a scheduled report is easily done. And as to reliable . . . I would agree with your concern if this was running on my PC. However that is not my plan.

I have been running this for over 13 years running on various servers backed up along with the rest and protected by a massive APC UPS and gererator.
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