Thanks for your reply. However, when I tried the command "show call
active voice brief" there was no number following "Originate", just
"active" in there. Any reason why?
If you are using MGCP for your Gateway, this information is not available as
is it is contained within the D-Channel backhaul
Have you donwloaded and installed RTMT (Real-Time Monitoring Tool) from the CUCM under plugins?
On the MGCP PRI you can see in amount of active calls.
The following will show the amount of active call legs open on your gw.
#show call active voice
Load for five secs: 20%/15%; one minute: 22%; five minutes: 23%
Time source is NTP, .14:35:25.367 za Wed Dec 18 2013
Telephony call-legs: 93
SIP call-legs: 5
H323 call-legs: 91
Call agent controlled call-legs: 0
SCCP call-legs: 8
Multicast call-legs: 0
Media call-legs: 0
Total call-legs: 197
I'll try with rtmt
with command on router I can see number of calls of type "Call agent controlled call-legs", but not called and calling number
as far as i know this is working as designed, as a matter of fact that q931 signalling is backhauled to CCM. Since the Gateway is not involved in the signalling(as it MGCP) and it does not bother looking inside the packets to learn the called/calling number..
You would see the the details of active calls however calling and calling would not be involved/included in it.
Just to add, you could do a debug isdn q931 that would show the calling and called number. It would however only show when the call is made or torn down. I think this is as close as your going to get on the router side without looking in callmanager traces.
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