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AMA-CUCM Troubleshooting: Best Practices for Reading Trace Files

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Phonebook C20

Hi,

is there any way to see the content of the provisioned phonebook through telnet or SSH on the C20 Codec? i want to be able to tell if the system is getting a phonebook from the tms and whats in it without actually going to the system physically.

On the old MXP systems it were never a problem since you could see the phonebook through the web-interface.

It would be nice to see what entrys in the phonebook the system actually gets.

According to a collegue there IS a way but he can't fins it anymore

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Re: Phonebook C20

Michel,

From what I can tell (via SSH), 'xcommand phonebook search' is the direction that you want to go.

For example, 'xcommand phonebook search phonebooktype: corporate' returns a list of the phonebook folders and number of entries in each folder.

'xcommand Phonebook search phonebooktype: corporate searchstring: 'insert common text variable' limit: 'insert number here' will return all entries with a common variable.

I'm sure there are additional search parameters to drill down further, but this appears to be the direction you want to go.

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Re: Phonebook C20

It looks like 'xcommand phonebook Search phonebookid: default' or using whatever your phonebook ID is will also return a list of the phonebook folders and number of entries in each folder.

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Beginner

Re: Phonebook C20

Michel,

From what I can tell (via SSH), 'xcommand phonebook search' is the direction that you want to go.

For example, 'xcommand phonebook search phonebooktype: corporate' returns a list of the phonebook folders and number of entries in each folder.

'xcommand Phonebook search phonebooktype: corporate searchstring: 'insert common text variable' limit: 'insert number here' will return all entries with a common variable.

I'm sure there are additional search parameters to drill down further, but this appears to be the direction you want to go.

Beginner

Re: Phonebook C20

It looks like 'xcommand phonebook Search phonebookid: default' or using whatever your phonebook ID is will also return a list of the phonebook folders and number of entries in each folder.

Beginner

Re: Phonebook C20

Thank you sir!

This will make my job a whole lot easier

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Re: Phonebook C20

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