User Guide for Cisco Unified Operations Manager 2.0
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Data File Formats

Data Files—Maintenance and Usage

Performance Polling Record Formats

Cisco Unified CallManager Port Usage and CPU Usage—Record Type 100

Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateway Port Usage—Record Type 101

Cisco IOS Gateway Port Usage—Record Type 102

Notes on Record Type 102

Channelized T1 DS0 Channel Status for
Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 103

Record Type 104—Not Used

Cisco Digital PBX Adapter Port and CPU Usage—Record Type 105

Cisco IOS Gatekeeper Zone Usage—Record Type 106

Cisco IOS Device CPU Usage—Record Type 107

Cisco Device Memory Usage—Record Type 108

Cisco IOS Gateway Digital Signal Processor Usage—Record Type 109

T1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for
Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 110

E1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for
Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 111

Channelized T1 CAS DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 112

Channelized E1 CAS DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 113

T1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 114

E1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 115

BRI Channel Status for
Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 116

BRI Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 117

Cisco Unity Express Mailbox Usage—Record Type 118

Cisco Unified CallManager Express Ephone and Key Ephone Usage—Record Type 119

Cisco Survivable Remote Site Telephony Usage—Record Type 120

Cisco Unity Port Usage—Record Type 121

Consolidated DSP Usage for Cisco IOS Devices—Record Type 122

Cisco Unified CallManager Usage 2—Record Type 123

FXS Port Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 124

FXO Port Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 125

Cisco Unified CallManager CTI Manager Usage—Record Type 126

Cisco Unified CallManager Analog Access Gateway Usage—Record Type 127

Cisco Unified CallManager H323 Gateway Usage—Record Type 128

Cisco Unified CallManager Location Usage—Record Type 129

Cisco Unified CallManager Media Streaming Application Usage—Record Type 130

Cisco Unified CallManager MOH Usage—Record Type 131

Cisco Unified CallManager MTP Usage—Record Type 132

Cisco Unified CallManager Hardware Conference Bridge Usage—Record Type 133

Cisco Unified CallManager Software Conference Bridge Usage—Record Type 134

Cisco Unified CallManager Transcoder—Record Type 135

T1 PRI Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 136

E1 PRI Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 137

T1 CAS Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 138

Record Type 139—Not Used

Cisco Unity Connection Usage—Record Type 140

Cisco IP Contact Center Usage—Record Type 141

Cisco Unified CallManager SIP Device Usage—Record Type 142

Server Memory Usage—Record Type 143

Server CPU Usage—Record Type 144

Record Type 145—Not Used.

Record Type 146—Not Used.

Route Group Utilization—Record Type 147

Route List Utilization—Record Type 148

Error Records—Record Type 9nnn

Node-to-Node Test Record Formats

Echo—Record Type 200

Ping Path Echo—Record Type 201

Record Type 202—Not Used

Ping Path Echo—Record Type 204

Jitter MOS, ICPIF, and Processed Data—Record Type 205


Data File Formats


Cisco Unified Operations Manager (Operations Manager) writes data files for performance polling and node-to-node tests. This topic includes the following:

Data Files—Maintenance and Usage

Performance Polling Record Formats

Node-to-Node Test Record Formats

Data Files—Maintenance and Usage

Table J-1 provides information about data files that Operations Manager generates for node-to-node test and performance polling.

Table J-1 Performance Polling and Node-to-Node Data Files 

Data File
Node-to-Node Tests
Performance Polling

Storage Location

NMSROOT\data\N2NTests\testname

NMSROOT\data\gsu\_#GSUDATA#_

Filenames

YYYYMMDD.csv—One data file is written per day; named with year, month, and day; for example:

20060203.csv

IPSLATestInfo.log—Contains all the configuration information for the node-to-node-test.

<device_name>[$<port or card name>]_YYYYMMDD.csv—One data file is written per day per device:

<device_name> is the name or IP address of the device.

<port or card name> is optional; it is the name of a T1/E1 port or FXS card on a switch in the Cisco Catalyst 6000 family. A filename that includes not only a device name but a port or card name contains data on individual MGCP gateways within a switch in the Cisco Catalyst 6000 family.

Retention period

30 days

3 days

Operations Manager daily purging deletes files that are older than the retention period.

Note If you want to retain node-to-node test or performance polling data files beyond the retention period, you should back them up or move them to another folder or server.

Record format

Fixed 38-field format. The 38th field is reserved and contains the test name.

For detailed record formats, see Node-to-Node Test Record Formats.

Fixed 38-field format. The 38th field is reserved and contains an asterisk (*).

For detailed record formats, see Performance Polling Record Formats.


Performance Polling Record Formats

There is one record for each type of data collected. The record types are summarized in Table J-2. Device types and the record types for each are summarized in Table J-3.

Table J-2 Performance Polling Record Types 

Type
Reference
Record Count
100

Cisco Unified CallManager Port Usage and CPU Usage—Record Type 100

One per Cisco Unified CallManager

101

Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateway Port Usage—Record Type 101

One per Cisco Unified CallManager-registered Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) gateway

102

Cisco IOS Gateway Port Usage—Record Type 102

One per Cisco IOS gateway

103

Channelized T1 DS0 Channel Status for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 103

One per T1 CAS in Cisco Unified CallManager gateway

104

Reserved for future use

Not applicable

105

Cisco Digital PBX Adapter Port and CPU Usage—Record Type 105

One per DPA

106

Cisco IOS Device CPU Usage—Record Type 107

One per zone defined in gatekeeper

107

Cisco IOS Device CPU Usage—Record Type 107

One per device

108

Cisco Device Memory Usage—Record Type 108

One per Cisco IOS gateway or gatekeeper

109

Cisco IOS Gateway Digital Signal Processor Usage—Record Type 109

One per DSP channel in Cisco IOS gateway

110

T1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 110

One per T1 PRI in Cisco Unified CallManager-registered MGCP gateway

111

E1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 111

One per E1 PRI in Cisco Unified CallManager-registered MGCP gateway

112

Channelized T1 CAS DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 112

One per T1 CAS in Cisco IOS gateway

113

Channelized E1 CAS DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 113

One per E1 CAS in Cisco IOS gateway

114

T1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 114

One per T1 PRI in Cisco IOS gateway

115

E1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 115

One per E1 PRI in Cisco IOS gateway

116

BRI Channel Status for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 116

One per BRI port in Cisco Unified CallManager-registered MGCP gateway

117

BRI Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 117

One per BRI port in Cisco IOS gateway

118

Cisco Unity Express Mailbox Usage—Record Type 118

One per Cisco Unity Express

119

Cisco Unified CallManager Express Ephone and Key Ephone Usage—Record Type 119

One per Cisco Unified CallManager Express

120

Cisco Survivable Remote Site Telephony Usage—Record Type 120

One per SRST device

121

Cisco Unity Port Usage—Record Type 121

One per Cisco Unity

122

Consolidated DSP Usage for Cisco IOS Devices—Record Type 122

One per Cisco IOS gateway

123

Cisco Unified CallManager Usage 2—Record Type 123

One per Cisco Unified CallManager

124

FXS Port Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 124

One per FXS port in a Cisco Unified CallManager-registered MGCP gateway

125

FXO Port Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 125

One per FXO port in a Cisco Unified CallManager-registered MGCP gateway

126

Cisco Unified CallManager CTI Manager Usage—Record Type 126

One per Cisco Unified CallManager

127

Cisco Unified CallManager Analog Access Gateway Usage—Record Type 127

One per analog access gateway registered with a Cisco Unified CallManager

128

Cisco Unified CallManager H323 Gateway Usage—Record Type 128

One per H323 gateway added to Cisco Unified CallManager

129

Cisco Unified CallManager Location Usage—Record Type 129

One per location in Cisco Unified CallManager

130

Cisco Unified CallManager Media Streaming Application Usage—Record Type 130

One per Cisco Unified CallManager

131

Cisco Unified CallManager MOH Usage—Record Type 131

One per MOH device registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

132

Cisco Unified CallManager MTP Usage—Record Type 132

One per MTP device registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

133

Cisco Unified CallManager Hardware Conference Bridge Usage—Record Type 133

One per hardware conference bridge registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

134

Cisco Unified CallManager Software Conference Bridge Usage—Record Type 134

One per software conference bridge registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

135

Cisco Unified CallManager Transcoder—Record Type 135

One per transcoder registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

136

T1 PRI Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 136

One per T1 PRI in a Cisco Unified CallManager-registered MGCP gateway

137

E1 PRI Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 137

One per E1 PRI in a Cisco Unified CallManager-registered MGCP gateway

138

T1 CAS Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 138

One per T1 CAS in a Cisco Unified CallManager-registered MGCP gateway

139

Reserved for future use

Not applicable

140

Cisco Unity Connection Usage—Record Type 140

One per Cisco Unity Connection

141

Cisco IP Contact Center Usage—Record Type 141

One per router configured in IP Contact Center

142

Cisco Unified CallManager SIP Device Usage—Record Type 142

One per SIP device in Cisco Unified CallManager

143

Server Memory Usage—Record Type 143

One per Cisco Unified CallManager, IP Contact Center, Cisco Unity, or Cisco Unity Connection

144

Server CPU Usage—Record Type 144

One per IP Contact Center, Cisco Unity, or Cisco Unity Connection

145

Reserved

Not applicable

146

Reserved

Not applicable

147

Route Group Utilization—Record Type 147

One per route group in Cisco Unified CallManager cluster

148

Route List Utilization—Record Type 148

One per route list in Cisco Unified CallManager cluster

9 nnn

Error Records—Record Type 9nnn

One per each related record type for a device when there has been a polling or data collector error.


Table J-3 lists device types and record types that will be written for each device type.

Table J-3 Performance Polling Record Types for Each Device Type 

Device Types
Record Number
Record Descriptions

CallManager Express

Gatekeepers

H323 Gateways

SRST Devices

102

106

107

108

109

112

113

114

115

117

119

120

122

Cisco IOS Gateway Port Usage

Cisco IOS Gatekeeper Zone Usage

Cisco IOS Gateway or Gatekeeper CPU Usage

Cisco IOS Gateway or Gatekeeper Memory Usage

Cisco IOS Gateway Digital Signal Processor (DSP) Usage

Channelized T1 CAS DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways

Channelized E1 CAS DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways

T1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateway

E1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways

BRI Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways

Cisco Unified CallManager Express Usage

Cisco Survivable Remote Site Telephony Usage

Consolidated DSP Usage

Cisco IP Contact Center

141

143

144

Cisco IP Contact Center Usage

Server Memory Usage

Server CPU Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager

100

123

126

127

128

129

130

131

132

133

134

135

142

143

Cisco Unified CallManager Port Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager Usage 2

Cisco Unified CallManager CTI Manager Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager Analog Access Gateway Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager H323 Gateway Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager Location Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager Media Streaming Application Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager MOH Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager MTP Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager Hardware Conference Bridge Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager Software Conference Bridge Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager Transcoder Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager SIP Device Usage

Server Memory Usage

Cisco Unified CallManager Cluster

147

148

Route Group Utilization

Route List Utilization

Cisco Unity

121

143

144

Cisco Unity Usage

Server Memory Usage

Server CPU Usage

Cisco Unity Connection

140

143

144

Cisco Unity Connection Usage

Server Memory Usage

Server CPU Usage

Cisco Unity Express

118

Cisco Unity Express Mailbox Usage

Gateways (MGCP gateways registered to Cisco Unified CallManager)

101

103

110

111

116

124

125

136

137

138

Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateway Port Usage

Channelized T1 DS0 Channel Status for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

T1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

E1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

BRI Channel Status for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

FXS Port Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

FXO Port Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

T1 PRI Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

E1 PRI Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

T1 CAS Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways

Voice Mail Gateways

105

Cisco Digital PBX Adapter Port and CPU Usage


Cisco Unified CallManager Port Usage and CPU Usage—Record Type 100

This record contains the port usage and CPU usage for a Cisco Unified CallManager. Cisco Unified CallManager supports the following ports:

T1 PRI

T1 CAS

E1 PRI

BRI

FXO

FXS

Table J-4 Format of Record Type 100 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 100.

100

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date.

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time.

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of the Cisco Unified CallManager.

Example: CCM3

5

CPU 1 usage

Number

Measured percentage. CPU percentage utilization for CPU 1 at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £  100

6

Active calls

Number

Number of calls active at time stamp. This counter shows calls that are fully established and in use. Calls in setup mode or in teardown mode are not reported by this count.

Š  0

7

Total PRIs

Number

Number of PRI channels (T1/E1 PRI) configured on Cisco Unified CallManager platform.

Š  0

8

Active PRIs

Number

Number of PRI channels (T1/E1 PRI) active at time stamp.

Š  0  and   £   total  PRIs

9

Total T1 CAS

Number

Number of T1 CAS channels configured on Cisco Unified CallManager platform.

Š  0

10

Active T1 CAS

Number

Number of T1 CAS channels active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £   total T1/E1

11

Total FXS

Number

Number of FXS ports configured on Cisco Unified CallManager platform.

Š  0

12

Active FXS

Number

Number of FXS ports active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £   total  FXS

13

Total FXO

Number

Number of FXO ports configured on Cisco Unified CallManager platform.

Š  0

14

Active FXO

Number

Number of FXO ports active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £   total  FXO

15

CPU 2 usage

Number

Measured percentage. CPU percentage utilization at time stamp for CPU 2, or an asterisk (*) appears indicating that CPU 2 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100 or *

16

CPU 3 usage

Number

Measured percentage. CPU percentage utilization at time stamp for CPU 3, or an asterisk (*) appears indicating that CPU 3 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100 or *

17

CPU 4 usage

Number

Measured number. CPU percentage utilization at time stamp for CPU 4, or an asterisk (*) appears indicating that CPU 4 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100 or *

18

CPU 5 usage

Number

Measured percentage. CPU percentage utilization at time stamp for CPU 5, or an asterisk (*) appears indicating that CPU 5 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100 or *

19

Total CPU usage

Number

Measured percentage CPU utilization at time stamp for all CPUs.

Š  0

20

Total T1 PRI

Number

Number of T1 PRI channels configured on Cisco Unified CallManager platform.

Š  0

21

Active T1 PRI

Number

Number of T1 PRI channels that were active at time stamp.

Š  0  and   £ total T1 PRIs

22

Total E1 PRI

Number

Number of E1 PRI channels configured on Cisco Unified CallManager platform.

Š  0

23

Active E1 PRI

Number

Number of E1 PRI channels active at time stamp.

Š  0  and £   total  E1 PRIs

24

Total BRI

Number

Number of BRI channels configured on Cisco Unified CallManager platform.

Š  0

25

Active BRI

Number

Number of BRI channels active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £   total  BRIs

26

Calls attempted

Number

Number of calls attempted on this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

27

Calls complete

Number

Number of calls completed on this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

28

Calls in progress

Number

Number of calls in progress on this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

29

Percentage active T1 CAS

Number

T1 CAS utilization at time stamp for this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0  and  £  100

30

Percentage FXS

Number

FXS port utilization at time stamp for this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0  and  £  100

31

Percentage FXO

Number

FXO port utilization at time stamp for this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0  and  £  100

32

Percentage active T1 PRI

Number

T1 PRI utilization at time stamp for this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0  and  £  100

33

Percentage active E1 PRI

Number

E1 PRI utilization at time stamp for this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0  and  £  100

34

Percentage active BRI

Number

BRI utilization at time stamp for this Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0  and  £  100

35

None

Null indicator

Not used.

*

Note Fields 36 and 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateway Port Usage—Record Type 101

This record contains the port usage for a Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled MGCP gateway. MGCP gateways support the following ports:

T1 PRI

T1 CAS

E1 PRI

BRI

FXS

FXO

Table J-5 Format of Record Type 101 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 101.

101

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date.

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time.

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject gateway.

Example: sanjose-5720

5

Active calls

Null indicator

Not used. Cisco Unified CallManager does not currently provide this information.

*

6

Total PRI

Number

Number of PRI channels (T1/E1 PRI) configured on the gateway.

Š  0

7

Active PRI

Number

Number of PRI channels (T1/E1 PRI) active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £   total PRIs

8

Total T1 CAS

Number

Number of T1 CAS channels configured on the gateway.

Š  0

9

Active T1 CAS

Number

Number of T1 CAS channels active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £ total T1 CAS

10

Total E1 CAS

Null indicator

Not used. Cisco Unified CallManager does not currently support E1 CAS.

*

11

Active E1 CAS

Null indicator

Not used. Cisco Unified CallManager does not currently support E1 CAS.

*

12

Total FXS

Number

Number of FXS ports configured on the gateway.

Š  0

13

Active FXS

Number

Number of FXS ports active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £   total FXS

14

Total FXO

Number

Number of FXO ports configured on the gateway.

Š  0

15

Active FXO

Number

Number of FXO ports active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £   total FXO

16

Cisco Unified CallManager Name

Text

Data for the subject gateway was collected from this Cisco Unified CallManager.

Example: CCM3

17

Total T1 PRI

Number

Number of T1 PRI channels configured on the gateway.

Š  0

18

Active T1 PRI

Number

Number of T1 PRI channels active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £
total T1 PRI

19

Total E1 PRI

Number

Number of E1 PRI channels configured on the gateway.

Š  0

20

Active E1 PRI

Number

Number of E1 PRI channels active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £
total E1 PRI  

21

Total BRI

Number

Number of BRI channels configured on the MGCP gateway.

Š  0

22

Active BRI

Number

Number of BRI channels active at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £   total BRIs

23

Active T1 CAS

Number

T1 CAS utilization at time stamp for the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

24

Percentage active FXS

Number

FXS port utilization at time stamp for the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

25

Percentage active FXO

Number

FXO port utilization at time stamp for the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

26

Percentage active T1 PRI

Number

T1 PRI utilization at time stamp for the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

27

Percentage active E1 PRI

Number

E1 PRI utilization at time stamp for the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

28

Percentage active BRI

Number

BRI utilization at time stamp for the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

29

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 30 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco IOS Gateway Port Usage—Record Type 102

This record contains the port usage for Cisco IOS gateways. Cisco IOS gateways support the following ports:

T1/E1 PRI

T1/E1 CAS

FXO

FXS

E&M

BRI

For additional information, see Notes on Record Type 102.

Table J-6 Format of Record Type 102 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 102

102

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco IOS gateway

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

Active call legs1

Number

Number of call legs active at time stamp

Š  0

6

Total T1 PRI1

Number

Number of T1 PRI channels configured on Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0

7

Active voice T1 PRI1

Number

Number of T1 PRI channels active with voice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  T1 PRI

8

Total T1 CAS1

Number

Number of T1 CAS channels configured on Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0

9

Active voice T1 CAS

Number

Number of T1 CAS channels active with voice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  T1 CAS

10

Total E1 CAS1

Number

Number of E1 CAS channels configured on Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0

11

Active voice E1 CAS

Number

Number of E1 CAS channels active with voice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  E1 CAS

12

Total FXS

Number

Number of FXS ports configured on Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0

13

Active FXS

Number

Number of FXS ports active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  FXS

14

Total FXO

Number

Number of FXO ports configured on Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0

15

Active FXO

Number

Number of FXO ports active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  FXO

16

Total BRI

Number

Number of BRI channels active with voice calls at time stamp

Š  0

17

Active voice BRI1

Number

Number of BRI channels active with voice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  BRI

18

Total E&M

Number

Number of E&M ports configured on Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0

19

Active E&M

Number

Number of E&M ports active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  E&M

20

Total E1 PRI1

Number

Number of E1 PRI channels configured on Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0

21

Active voice E1 PRI1

Number

Number of E1 PRI channels active with voice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  E1 PRI

22

Active nonvoice E1 PRI1

Number

Number of E1 PRI channels active with nonvoice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  E1 PRI

23

Active nonvoice T1 PRI1

Number

Number of T1 PRI channels active with nonvoice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  T1 PRI

24

Active nonvoice T1 CAS

Number

Number of T1 CAS channels active with nonvoice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  T1 CAS

25

Active nonvoice E1 CAS

Number

Number of E1 CAS channels active with nonvoice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  E1 PCAS

26

Active nonvoice BRI 1

Number

Number of BRI channels active with nonvoice calls at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total BRI

27

Percentage active Voice T1  PRI

Number

T1 PRI voice utilization at time stamp for the Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

28

Percentage active voice E1 PRI

Number

E1 PRI voice utilization at time stamp for the Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

29

Percentage active voice T1 CAS

Number

T1 CAS voice utilization at time stamp for the Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

30

Percentage active voice E1 CAS

Number

E1 CAS voice utilization at time stamp for the Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

31

Percentage active FXS

Number

FXS port utilization at time stamp for the Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

32

Percentage active FXO

Number

FXO port utilization at time stamp for the Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

33

Percentage active voice BRI

Number

BRI voice utilization at time stamp for the Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

34

Percentage active E&M

Number

E&M port utilization at time stamp for the Cisco IOS gateway

Š  0  and  £  100

35

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 36 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*

1 For information relevant to this field, see Notes on Record Type 102.


Notes on Record Type 102

These notes explain some apparent discrepancies you might notice when you analyze the data in record type 102.

Table J-7 Record Type 102 Notes 

Note
Affected Field Numbers
Circumstances

Total number of T1/E1 PRI channels differ by type of device.

6 and 20

For supported Cisco Universal Gateways:

Total number of T1/E1 PRI channels = Total B channels + 1 D channel per T1/E1 PRI port

For supported devices other than Cisco Universal Gateways:

Total number of T1/E1 PRI channels = Total B channels

Total number of T1/E1 CAS channels differ by type of device.

8 and 10

For supported Cisco Universal Gateways, the total T1/E1 CAS channels equal the number of CAS channels configured on the device.

For devices other than Cisco Universal Gateways:

Total T1 CAS channels = 24 per port

Total E1 CAS channels = 31 per port

There can be a discrepancy between active call legs and either of the following:

Active T1/E1 PRI channels

Active BRI channels

5, 7, 17, 21, 22, 23, and 26

Sometimes BRI or PRI channels are active but the number of active call legs does not include them.

There can be a discrepancy between active call legs and active T1/E1 CAS channels.

9 and 11

Sometimes CAS channels are active but the number of active call legs does not include them.


Channelized T1 DS0 Channel Status for
Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 103

This record contains the trunk status for each channelized T1. There can be multiple records for a device with one record per T1 CAS port in the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled MGCP gateway.

Table J-8 Format of Record Type 103 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 103

103

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject gateway

Example: sanjose-5720

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example:
T1-DS1

6

Channel 1 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

7

Channel 2 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

8

Channel 3 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

9

Channel 4 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

10

Channel 5 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

11

Channel 6 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

12

Channel 7 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

13

Channel 8 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

14

Channel 9 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

15

Channel 10 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

16

Channel 11 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

17

Channel 12 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

18

Channel 13 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

19

Channel 14 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

20

Channel 15 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

21

Channel 16 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

22

Channel 17 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

23

Channel 18 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

24

Channel 19 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

25

Channel 20 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

26

Channel 21 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

27

Channel 22 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

28

Channel 23 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

29

Channel 24 status

Number

0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

30

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 31 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Record Type 104—Not Used


Note Record Type 104 is reserved for future use.


Cisco Digital PBX Adapter Port and CPU Usage—Record Type 105

This record contains Cisco Digital PBX Adapter (DPA) port usage: number of voice mail and PBX ports, their usage, and number of unassigned ports. The record also contains CPU usage; DPA supports a single CPU.

Table J-9 Format of Record Type 105 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 105

105

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

DPA name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco DPA

Example: sanjose-5720

5

Measured 5-second CPU utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage in the last 5-second period; recorded at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

6

Measured 1-minute CPU utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage in the last 1-minute period; recorded at time stamp

Š  0  and  £  100

7

Measured 5-minute CPU utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage in the last 5-minute period; recorded at time stamp

Š  0  and  £  100

8

Total voice mail ports

Number

Number of voice mail ports on DPA

Š  0

9

Total active voice mail ports

Number

Number of voice mail ports active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  voice mail ports

10

Total PBX ports

Number

Number of PBX ports on DPA

Š  0

11

Total active PBX ports

Number

Number of PBX ports active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total  PBX ports

12

Unassigned ports

Number

Number of DPA ports not in use

Š  0

13

Percentage active voice mail Ports

Number

Voice mail port utilization at time stamp for the DPA

Š  0  and  £  100

14

Percentage active PBX ports

Number

PBX port utilization at time stamp for the DPA

Š  0  and  £  100

15

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 16 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco IOS Gatekeeper Zone Usage—Record Type 106

This record contains gatekeeper zone information including bandwidth, error, and usage. A gatekeeper can have multiple records, with one record per zone configured in the gatekeeper.

Table J-10 Format of Record Type 106 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 106.

106

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date.

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time.

Example: 230000

4

Gatekeeper name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject gatekeeper.

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

Zone name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject zone.

Example: 127.in-addr.arpa

6

Zone domain

Text

Mandatory: name of subject zone domain.

Example: cisco.com

7

Total bandwidth

Number

Total bandwidth in 100 bps configured for local zone, or one of the following:
-1=bandwidth limitation not set.
*=field is not applicable (when record is for a remote zone).

Š  0 , or -1, or *

8

Allocated bandwidth

Number

Bandwidth in 100 bps allocated to calls at time stamp for local zone, or asterisk (*) to indicate that the field is not applicable (when record is for a remote zone).

Š  0  and  £   total bandwidth, or *

9

Total inter-zone bandwidth

Number

Total interzone bandwidth in 100 bps configured for local zone, or one of the following:
-1=bandwidth limitation not set.
*=field is not applicable (when record is for a remote zone).

Š  0  and  £   total bandwidth, or -1, or *

10

Allocated inter-zone bandwidth

Number

Bandwidth in 100 bps allocated to calls for the local zone, or asterisk (*) to indicate that the field is not applicable (when record is for a remote zone).

Š  0  and  £   total interzone bandwidth, or *

11

arjs

Number

Cumulative number of admission rejections for local zone, or asterisk (*) to indicate that the field is not applicable (when record is for a remote zone).

Š  0

12

acfs

Number

Cumulative number of admission confirms for local zone, or asterisk (*) to indicate that the field is not applicable (when record is for a remote zone).

Š  0 or *

13

lrqs

Number

Cumulative number of location requests for remote zone, or asterisk (*) to indicate that the field is not applicable (when record is for a local zone).

Š  0  or *

14

Address lookup failures

Number

Cumulative number of times the gatekeeper is unable to resolve an address.

Š  0

15

End-point timeouts

Number

Cumulative number of times the time to live has expired for an endpoint in this zone.

Š  0

16

Other failures

Number

Cumulative number of call attempts which have failed for reasons other than endpoint timeouts or address lookup failures.

Š  0

17

Zone type

Text

Mandatory: indicates whether the zone is local or remote.

local or remote

18

Bandwidth utilization

Number

Bandwidth utilization at time stamp for the local zone

Š  0  and  £  100

19

Interzone bandwidth utilization

Number

Interzone bandwidth utilization at time stamp for the local zone

Š  0  and  £  100

20

None

Null indicator

Not used.

*

Note Fields 21 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco IOS Device CPU Usage—Record Type 107

This record contains the CPU utilization data for Cisco IOS devices of the following device types:

Gateways and gatekeepers

SRST devices

Cisco Unity Express

Cisco Unified CallManager Express

The record allows for a maximum of five CPUs.

Table J-11 Format of Record Type 107 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 107.

107

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date.

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time.

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS device name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco IOS device.

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

CPU 1 measured 5-second utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 1 in the last 5-second period; recorded at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £  100

6

CPU 1 measured 1-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 1 in the last 1-minute period; recorded at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £  100

7

CPU 1 measured 5-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 1 in the last 5-minute period; recorded at time stamp.

Š  0  and  £  100

8

CPU 2 measured 5-second utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 2 in the last 5-second period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 2 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

9

CPU 2 measured 1-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 2 in the last 1-minute period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 2 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

10

CPU 2 measured 5-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 2 in the last 5-minute period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 2 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

11

CPU 3 measured 5-second utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 3 in the last 5-second period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 3 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

12

CPU 3 measured 1-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 3 in the last 1-minute period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 3 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

13

CPU 3 measured 5-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 3 in the last 5-minute period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 3 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

14

CPU 4 measured 5-second utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 4 in the last 5-second period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 4 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

15

CPU 4 measured 1-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 4 in the last 1-minute period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 4 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

16

CPU 4 measured 5-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 4 in the last 5-minute period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 4 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

17

CPU 5 measured 5-second utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 5 in the last 5-second period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 5 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

18

CPU 5 measured 1-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 5 in the last 1-minute period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 5 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

19

CPU 5 measured 5-minute utilization

Number

Overall CPU-busy percentage for CPU 5 in the last 5-minute period; recorded at time stamp.
Asterisk (*) in this field indicates that CPU 5 is not present.

Š  0  and  £  100

20

None

Null indicator

Not used.

*

Note Fields 21 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Device Memory Usage—Record Type 108

This record contains the memory usage information for any of the following:

Cisco Unified CallManager Express

Cisco IOS gateway or gatekeeper

Cisco Unity Express

SRST devices

Cisco IOS gateways and gatekeepers.

The record includes memory usage in bytes for each of the following types of memory:

Processor

I/O

PCI

Fast

Multibus

Table J-12 Format of Record Type 108  

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 108

108

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS device name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject device

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

Processor used memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes

Š  0

6

Processor free memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes

Š  0

7

Processor largest free

Number

Amount of memory in bytes

Š  0

8

I/O used memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that I/O memory is not present

Š  0  or *

9

I/O free memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that I/O memory is not present

Š  0 or *

10

I/O largest free

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that I/O memory is not present

Š  0  or *

11

PCI used memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that PCI memory is not present

Š  0or *

12

PCI free memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that PCI memory is not present

Š  0  or *

13

PCI largest free

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that PCI memory is not present

Š  0  or *

14

Fast used memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that fast memory is not present

Š  0 or *

15

Fast free memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that fast memory is not present

Š  0 or *

16

Fast largest free

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that fast memory is not present

Š  0 or *

17

Multibus used memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that multibus memory is not present

Š  0 or *

18

Multibus free memory

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that multibus memory is not present

Š  0 or *

19

Multibus largest free

Number

Amount of memory in bytes, or asterisk (*) to indicate that multibus memory is not present

Š  0 or *

20

Processor memory utilization

Number

Percentage processor memory utilization

Š  0  and  £  100

21

I/O memory utilization

Number

Percentage I/O memory utilization

Š  0  and  £  100

22

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 23 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco IOS Gateway Digital Signal Processor Usage—Record Type 109

This record contains the digital signal processor (DSP) usage information on Cisco IOS gateways. A device can have multiple records, with one record per DSP.


Note Operations Manager does not write record type 109 for the following devices:

Cisco 1700 Series Access Routers

Cisco MC3810 Multiservice Access Concentrators

Cisco Series 7500 Routers

VG200 Voice Gateway


Table J-13 Format of Record Type 109 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 109

109

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco IOS gateway

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

Entity index

Number

An index assigned to the DSP

Š  0

6

State

Number

1=active, 2=shutdown

1 or 2

7

Total channels

Number

Number of channels on DSP

Š  0

8

Active channels

Number

Number of channels on DSP that are active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total DSP channels

9

In use channels

Number

Number of channels reserved for serving calls

Š  0  and  £   total DSP channels

10

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 11 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


T1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for
Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 110

This record contains the trunk status for each T1 channel configured for ISDN PRI. A device can have multiple records, with one record per T1 PRI port in the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled MGCP gateway.

Table J-14 Format of Record Type 110 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 110

110

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject gateway

Example: sanjose-5720

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example: T1-DS1

6

Channel 1 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

7

Channel 2 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

8

Channel 3 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

9

Channel 4 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

10

Channel 5 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

11

Channel 6 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

12

Channel 7 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

13

Channel 8 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

14

Channel 9 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

15

Channel 10 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

16

Channel 11 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

17

Channel 12 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

18

Channel 13 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

19

Channel 14 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

20

Channel 15 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

21

Channel 16 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

22

Channel 17 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

23

Channel 18 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

24

Channel 19 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

25

Channel 20 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

26

Channel 21 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

27

Channel 22 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

28

Channel 23 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

29

Channel 24 status

Number

D channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

30

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 31 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


E1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for
Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 111

This record contains the trunk status for each E1 channel configured for ISDN PRI. There can be multiple records for a device with one record per E1 port in the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled MGCP gateway.

Table J-15 Format of Record Type 111 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 111

111

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject gateway

Example: sanjose-5720

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example: E1-PRI-D1

6

Channel 1 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

7

Channel 2 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

8

Channel 3 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

9

Channel 4 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

10

Channel 5 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

11

Channel 6 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

12

Channel 7 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

13

Channel 8 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

14

Channel 9 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

15

Channel 10 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

16

Channel 11 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

17

Channel 12 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

18

Channel 13 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

19

Channel 14 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

20

Channel 15 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

21

Channel 16 status

Number

D channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

22

Channel 17 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

23

Channel 18 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

24

Channel 19 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

25

Channel 20 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

26

Channel 21 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

27

Channel 22 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

28

Channel 23 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

29

Channel 24 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

30

Channel 25 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

31

Channel 26 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

32

Channel 27 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

33

Channel 28 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

34

Channel 29 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

35

Channel 30 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

36

Channel 31 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

37

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

38

None

Null indicator

Not used

*


Channelized T1 CAS DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 112

This record contains the trunk status for each channelized T1. A device can have multiple records, with one record per T1 CAS port in the Cisco IOS gateway.


Note Operations Manager writes record type 112 for supported Cisco Universal Gateways only.


Table J-16 Format of Record Type 112 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 112

112

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco IOS gateway

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example: E1-CAS-D1

6

Channel 1 status

Number

200=idle, 300=unknown, 301=other, 302=voice, 303=unrestrictedDigital, 304=unrestrictedDigital56, 305=restrictedDigital, 306=audio31, 307=audio7, 308=video, 309=packetSwitched, 310=fax, 312=unknown, 313=analog, 314=digital, 315=v110, 316=v120

200, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315, or 316

7

Channel 2 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

8

Channel 3 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

9

Channel 4 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

10

Channel 5 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

11

Channel 6 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

12

Channel 7 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

13

Channel 8 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

14

Channel 9 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

15

Channel 10 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

16

Channel 11 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

17

Channel 12 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

18

Channel 13 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

19

Channel 14 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

20

Channel 15 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

21

Channel 16 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

22

Channel 17 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

23

Channel 18 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

24

Channel 19 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

25

Channel 20 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

26

Channel 21 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

27

Channel 22 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

28

Channel 23 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

29

Channel 24 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

30

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 31 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Channelized E1 CAS DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 113

This record contains the trunk status for each channelized E1. A device can have multiple records, with one record per E1 CAS port in the Cisco IOS gateway.


Note Operations Manager writes record type 113 for supported Cisco Universal Access Gateways only.


Table J-17 Format of Record Type 113 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 113

113

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco IOS gateway

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example: E1-CAS-D1

6

Channel 1 status

Number

200=idle, 300=unknown, 301=other, 302=voice, 303=unrestrictedDigital, 304=unrestrictedDigital56,
305=restrictedDigital, 306=audio31, 307=audio7, 308=video, 309=packetSwitched, 310=fax, 312=unknown, 313=analog, 314=digital, 315=v110, 316=v120

200, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315, or 316

7

Channel 2 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

8

Channel 3 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

9

Channel 4 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

10

Channel 5 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

11

Channel 6 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

12

Channel 7 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

13

Channel 8 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

14

Channel 9 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

15

Channel 10 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

16

Channel 11 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

17

Channel 12 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

18

Channel 13 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

19

Channel 14 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

20

Channel 15 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

21

Channel 16 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

22

Channel 17 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

23

Channel 18 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

24

Channel 19 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

25

Channel 20 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

26

Channel 21 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

27

Channel 22 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

28

Channel 23 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

29

Channel 24 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

30

Channel 25 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

31

Channel 26 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

32

Channel 27 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

33

Channel 28 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

34

Channel 29 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

35

Channel 30 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

36

Channel 31 status

Number

See field number 6

See field number 6

37

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

38

None

Null indicator

Not used

*


T1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 114

This record contains the trunk status for each T1 channel configured for ISDN PRI. A device can have multiple records, with one record per T1 PRI port in the Cisco IOS gateway.

Table J-18 Format of Record Type 114 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 114

114

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco IOS gateway

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example: E1-PRI-D1

6

Channel 1 status

Number

B channel
200=idle, 300=unknown, 301=other, 302=voice,
303=unrestrictedDigital, 304=unrestrictedDigital56, 305=restrictedDigital,
306=audio31, 307=audio7, 308=video, 309=packetSwitched, 310=fax, 312=unknown, 313=analog, 314=digital, 315=v110, 316=v120

200, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315, or 316

7

Channel 2 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

8

Channel 3 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

9

Channel 4 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

10

Channel 5 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

11

Channel 6 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

12

Channel 7 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

13

Channel 8 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

14

Channel 9 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

15

Channel 10 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

16

Channel 11 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

17

Channel 12 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

18

Channel 13 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

19

Channel 14 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

20

Channel 15 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

21

Channel 16 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

22

Channel 17 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

23

Channel 18 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

24

Channel 19 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

25

Channel 20 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

26

Channel 21 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

27

Channel 22 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

28

Channel 23 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

29

Channel 24 status

Number

D channel

Note D channel status is available for Cisco Universal Gateways only.

See field number 6

See field number 6

30

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 31 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


E1 PRI DS0 Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 115

This record contains the trunk status for each E1 channel configured for ISDN PRI. A device can have multiple records, with one record per E1 PRI port in the Cisco IOS gateway.

Table J-19 Format of Record Type 115 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 115

115

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco IOS gateway

Example: gw1@cisco.com

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example: E1-PRI-D1

6

Channel 1 status

Number

B channel
200=idle, 300=unknown, 301=other, 302=voice,
303=unrestrictedDigital, 304=unrestrictedDigital56, 305=restrictedDigital, 306=audio31, 307=audio7, 308=video, 309=packetSwitched, 310=fax, 312=unknown, 313=analog, 314=digital, 315=v110, 316=v120

200, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315, or 316

7

Channel 2 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

8

Channel 3 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

9

Channel 4 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

10

Channel 5 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

11

Channel 6 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

12

Channel 7 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

13

Channel 8 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

14

Channel 9 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

15

Channel 10 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

16

Channel 11 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

17

Channel 12 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

18

Channel 13 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

19

Channel 14 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

20

Channel 15 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

21

Channel 16 status

Number

D channel

Note D channel status is available for Cisco Universal Gateways only.

See field number 6

See field number 6

22

Channel 17 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

23

Channel 18 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

24

Channel 19 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

25

Channel 20 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

26

Channel 21 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

27

Channel 22 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

28

Channel 23 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

29

Channel 24 status

Number

B channel
See field number 6

See field number 6

30

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 31 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


BRI Channel Status for
Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 116

This record contains the channel status for each BRI configured on a Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled gateway. A device can have multiple records, with one record per BRI port in the Cisco Unified CallManager-controlled gateway.

Table J-20 Format of Record Type 116 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 116

116

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject gateway

Example: sanjose-5720

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example: BRI-DS1

6

Channel 1 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

7

Channel 2 status

Number

B channel
0=unknown, 1=out-of-service,
2=idle, 3=busy, 4=reserved

Š  0  and  £   4

8

Channel 3 status

Number

D channel
0=out-of-service, 1=in-service

0 or 1

9

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 10 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


BRI Channel Status for Cisco IOS Gateways—Record Type 117

This record contains the channel status for each BRI configured on a Cisco IOS gateway. A device can have multiple records, with one record per BRI port in the Cisco IOS Gateway.

Table J-21 Format of Record Type 117 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 117

117

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject gateway

Example: gw1@
cisco.com

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject DS1

Example: BRI-DS1

6

B channel 1 status

Number

200=idle, 300=unknown, 302=voice, 303=unrestrictedDigital, 304=unrestrictedDigital56, 305=restrictedDigital, 306=audio31, 307=audio7, 308=video, 309=packetSwitched

200, 300, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309

7

B channel 2 status

Number

200=idle, 300=unknown, 302=voice, 303=unrestrictedDigital, 304=unrestrictedDigital56, 305=restrictedDigital, 306=audio31, 307=audio7, 308=video, 309=packetSwitched

200, 300, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309

8

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 9 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unity Express Mailbox Usage—Record Type 118

This record contains Cisco Unity Express mailbox usage.

Table J-22 Format of Record Type 118 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 118

118

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unity Express name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unity Express

ASCII characters

5

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

6

Total memory

Null indicator

Not used—Reserved for total RAM (Kb)

*

7

Available memory

Null indicator

Not used—Reserved for a available RAM (Kb)

*

8

Memory utilization

Null indicator

Not used—Reserved for percentage RAM utilization

*

9

Licensed mailboxes

Number

Maximum number of mailboxes permitted by license

Š  0

10

Orphaned mailboxes

Number

Number of mailboxes orphaned at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  licensed mailboxes

11

Percentage orphaned mailboxes

Number

Percentage of licensed mailboxes that are orphaned at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

12

Maximum sessions

Number

Maximum number of sessions configured on Cisco Unity Express

Š  0

13

Used sessions

Number

Number of sessions in use at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  maximum sessions

14

Session utilization

Number

Percentage of maximum sessions in use at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

15

Licensed capacity

Number

Number of minutes of storage permitted by license

Š  0

16

Allocated capacity

Number

Cumulative number of minutes of storage allocated to mailboxes

Š  0 and  £  allocated capacity

17

Used capacity

Number

Cumulative number of minutes of storage used by mailboxes

Š  0 and  £  allocated capacity

18

Capacity used for messages

Number

Cumulative number of minutes of storage used for storing messages

Š  0 and  £  allocated capacity

19

Free capacity

Number

Number of minutes of storage available

Š  0 and  £  licensed capacity

20

Capacity utilization

Number

Percentage of storage in use at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

21

Current messages

Number

Cumulative number of messages stored in mailboxes at time stamp

Š  0

22

Current saved messages

Number

Cumulative number of saved messages in mailboxes at time stamp

Š  0

23

Total messages left since last boot

Number

Cumulative number of messages left in mailboxes since last reboot of Cisco Unity Express

Š  0

24

Total messages retrieved since last boot

Number

Cumulative number of messages retrieved in mailboxes since last reboot of Cisco Unity Express

Š  0

25

Total messages deleted since last boot

Number

Cumulative number of messages deleted from mailboxes since last reboot of Cisco Unity Express

Š  0

26

Busy mailboxes

Number

Number of busy mailboxes

Š  0

27

Mailboxes above 90% full

Number

Number of mailboxes that are 90% or more full

Š  0

28

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 29 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager Express Ephone and Key Ephone Usage—Record Type 119

This record contains Cisco Call Manager Express ephone and key ephone usage information.

Table J-23 Format of Record Type 119 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 119

119

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager Express name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager Express

 

5

Ephone active call legs

Number

Number of ephone call legs active at time stamp

Š  0

6

Maximum ephones

Number

Maximum number of ephones that can be configured on the Cisco Unified CallManager Express

Š  0

7

Ephones registered

Number

Number of ephones registered at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  maximum ephones

8

Percentage ephones registered

Number

Percentage of ephones that are registered

Š  0 and  £  100

9

Key ephones configured

Number

Number of key ephones configured

Š  0

10

Key ephones registered

Number

Number of key ephones registered

Š  0 and  £  key ephones configured

11

Percentage key ephones registered

Number

Percentage of configured key ephones that are registered

Š  0 and  £  100

12

Ephones seen

Number

Maximum number of sessions configured on the CUE

Š  0

13

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 14 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Survivable Remote Site Telephony Usage—Record Type 120

This record contains Cisco Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST) usage information.

Table J-24 Format of Record Type 120 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 120

120

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

SRST name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject SRST device

ASCII characters

5

Minutes in SRST mode

Number

Cumulative number of minutes the SRST device was in SRST mode

Š  0

6

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 7 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unity Port Usage—Record Type 121

This record contains Cisco Unity usage information.

Table J-25 Format of Record Type 121 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 121

121

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unity name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unity

ASCII characters

5

Total ports

Number

Total number of ports

Š  0

6

Active ports

Number

Number of ports active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total ports

7

Port utilization

Number

Percentage of total ports active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

8

Total inbound ports

Number

Total number of inbound ports

Š  0

9

Active inbound ports

Number

Number of active inbound ports at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total inbound ports

10

Inbound port utilization

Number

Percentage of total inbound ports active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

11

Total outbound ports

Number

Total outbound ports

Š  0

12

Active outbound ports

Number

Number of active outbound ports at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total outbound ports

13

Outbound port utilization

Number

Percentage of total outbound ports active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

14

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 15 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Consolidated DSP Usage for Cisco IOS Devices—Record Type 122

This record contains consolidated DSP usage information for Cisco IOS devices. There is one record per Cisco 1OS device.

Table J-26 Format of Record Type 122 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 122

122

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco IOS gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject device

ASCII characters

5

Total DSP channels

Number

Total number of DSP channels on the device

Š  0

6

Total active DSP channels

Number

Number of active DSP channels on the device at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total DSP channels

7

Total DSP channels in use

Number

Number of DSP channels on the device that are reserved for serving calls

Š  0  and  £   total DSP channels

8

DSP channel utilization

Number

Percentage of DSP channels active on the device at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

9

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 10 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager Usage 2—Record Type 123

This record contains Cisco Unified CallManager resource utilization for software conference bridge, hardware conference bridge, MTP, MOH, and transcoder.

Table J-27 Format of Record Type 123 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 123

123

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM

5

Total MOH multicast resources

Number

Total number of MOH multicast resources configured on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

6

Active MOH multicast resources

Number

Number of MOH multicast resources active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total MOH multicast resources

7

Available MOH multicast resources

Number

Number of MOH multicast resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager available at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total MOH multicast resources

8

MOH multicast resource utilization

Number

Percentage of total MOH multicast resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

9

Total MOH unicast resources

Number

Total number of MOH unicast resources configured on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

10

Active MOH unicast resources

Number

Number of MOH unicast resources active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total MOH unicast resources

11

Available MOH unicast resources

Number

Number of MOH unicast resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager available at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total MOH unicast resources

12

MOH unicast resource utilization

Number

Percentage of total MOH unicast resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

13

Total MTP resources

Number

Total number of MTP resources configured on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

14

Active MTP resources

Number

Number of MTP resources active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total MTP resources

15

Available MTP resources

Number

Number of MTP resources available on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total MTP resources

16

MTP resource utilization

Number

Percentage of total MOH resources active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

17

Total transcoder resources

Number

Total number of transcoder resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

18

Active transcoder resources

Number

Number of transcoder resources active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total transcoder resources

19

Available transcoder resources

Number

Number of transcoder resources available on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total transcoder resources

20

Transcoder resource utilization

Number

Percentage of total transcoder resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

21

Total software conference resources

Number

Total number of software conference resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

22

Active software conference resources

Number

Number of software conference resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total software conference resources

23

Available software conference resources

Number

Number of software conference resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager available at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total software conference resources

24

Software conference resource utilization

Number

Percentage of total software conference resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

25

Active software conferences

Number

Number of active software conferences on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

26

Completed software conferences

Number

Number of completed software conferences on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

27

Total hardware conference resources

Number

Total number of hardware conference resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

28

Active hardware conference resources

Number

Number of hardware conference resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total hardware conference resources

29

Available hardware conference resources

Number

Number of hardware conference resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager available at time stamp

Š  0  and  £   total hardware conference resources

30

Hardware conference resource utilization

Number

Percentage of total hardware conference resources on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

31

Active hardware conferences

Number

Number of hardware conferences on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0

32

Completed hardware conferences

Number

Number of completed hardware conferences on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

33

Registered analog access

Number

Number of analog access devices registered with the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

34

Registered MGCP gateways

Number

Number of MGCP gateways registered with the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

35

Registered hardware phones

Number

Number of hardware phones registered with the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

36

Registered other station devices

Number

Number of other station devices registered with the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

37

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


FXS Port Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 124

This record contains usage statistics for each FXS port on MGCP gateway registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-28 Format of Record Type 124 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 124

124

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject MGCP gateway registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

5

FXS port name

Text

Mandatory: name of FXS port

ASCII characters

6

Calls completed

Number

Number of calls completed on this FXS port on the gateway

Š  0

7

Outbound busy attempts

Number

Number of outbound busy attempts on this FXS port on the gateway

Š  0

8

Port status

Number

Represents the status of the FXS port associated with this MGCP FXS device

Š  0

9

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 10 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


FXO Port Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 125

This record contains usage statistics for each FXO port on MGCP gateways registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-29 Format of Record Type 125 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 125

125

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject MGCP gateway registered to Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

5

FXO port name

Text

Mandatory: name of FXO port

ASCII characters

6

Calls completed

Number

Number of calls completed on this FXO port on the gateway

Š  0

7

Outbound busy attempts

Number

Number of outbound busy attempts on this FXO port on the gateway

Š  0

8

Port status

Number

Represents the status of the FXO port associated with this MGCP FXO device

Š  0

9

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 9 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager CTI Manager Usage—Record Type 126

This record contains usage statistics for CTI Manager in Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-30 Format of Record Type 126 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 126

126

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

Total registered CTI ports

Number

Total number of CTI ports registered with the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

6

CTI link active

Number

Number of CTI links active on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

7

CTI connection active

Number

Number of CTI connections active on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

8

Devices open

Number

Number of CTI devices open

Š  0

9

Lines open

Number

Number of CTI lines open

Š  0

10

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 11 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager Analog Access Gateway Usage—Record Type 127

This record contains usage statistics for each analog access gateway registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-31 Format of Record Type 127 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 127

127

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

Analog access device name

Text

Mandatory: name of analog access device registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

6

Ports active

Number

Number of ports active on this analog access device

Š  0

7

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 8 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager H323 Gateway Usage—Record Type 128

This record contains usage statistics for each H323 gateway registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-32 Format of Record Type 128 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 128

128

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

H323 gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of H323 gateway that is registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

6

Calls active

Number

Number of calls active through the H323 gateway at time stamp

Š  0

7

Calls attempted

Number

Number of calls attempted through the H323 gateway

Š  0

8

Calls completed

Number

Number of calls completed through the H323 gateway

Š  0

9

Calls in progress

Number

Number of calls in progress through the H323 gateway at time stamp

Š  0

10

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 11 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager Location Usage—Record Type 129

This record contains bandwidth usage statistics for each Cisco Unified CallManager location.

Table J-33 Format of Record Type 129 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 129

129

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

Location name

Text

Mandatory: name of the location defined in Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

6

Maximum bandwidth

Number

Total bandwidth (kbps) configured for the location

Š  0

7

Available bandwidth

Number

Bandwidth available for the location at time stamp

Š  0

8

Available bandwidth

Percentage

Percentage of maximum bandwidth available at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

9

Calls in progress

Number

Number of calls in progress through the H323 gateway added to the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

10

None.

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 10 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager Media Streaming Application Usage—Record Type 130

This record contains usage statistics for media streaming applications in Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-34 Format of Record Type 130 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 130

130

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

Total conferences

Number

Total number of conferences

Š  0

6

Active conferences

Number

Number of conferences active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

7

Percentage conferences active

Number

Percentage of total conferences active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

8

Total conference streams

Number

Total number of conference streams on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

9

Conference streams available

Number

Number of conference streams available on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

10

Conference streams active

Number

Number of conference streams active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

11

Percentage conference streams active

Number

Percentage of conference streams active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

12

Active MOH audio sources

Number

Number of MOH audio sources active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

13

Total MOH streams

Number

Total number of MOH streams configured on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

14

Available MOH streams

Number

Number of MOH streams available on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

15

Active MOH streams

Number

Number of MOH streams active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

16

Percentage MOH streams active

Number

Percentage of total MOH streams on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

17

Total MTP connections

Number

Total number of MTP connections on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

18

Active MTP instances

Number

Number of MTP instances active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

19

Total MTP streams

Number

Total number of MTP streams on the Cisco Unified CallManager

Š  0

20

Available MTP streams

Number

Number of MTP streams available on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

21

Active MTP streams

Number

Number of MTP streams active on the Cisco Unified CallManager at time stamp

Š  0

22

Percentage active MTP streamS

Number

Percentage of total MTP streams on the Cisco Unified CallManager active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

23

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 24 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager MOH Usage—Record Type 131

This record contains usage statistics for each music on hold (MOH) device registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-35 Format of Record Type 131 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 131

131

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

MOH device name

Text

Mandatory: name of the MOH device registered to the Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

6

Highest active resources

Number

Highest active resources on the MOH device

Š  0

7

Total multicast resources

Number

Total number of multicast resources on the MOH device

Š  0

8

Available multicast resources

Number

Number of multicast resources on the MOH device available at time stamp

Š  0

9

Active multicast resource

Number

Number of multicast resources on the MOH device active at time stamp

Š  0

10

Percentage active multicast resources

Number

Percentage of total multicast resources on the MOH device active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

11

Total unicast resources

Number

Total number of unicast resources on the MOH device

Š  0

12

Available unicast resources

Number

Number of unicast resources available on the MOH device at time stamp

Š  0

13

Active unicast resource

Number

Number of unicast resources on the MOH device active at time stamp

Š  0

14

Percentage active unicast resources

Number

Percentage of total unicast resources on the MOH device active at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

15

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 16 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager MTP Usage—Record Type 132

This record contains usage statistics for each media termination point (MTP) registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-36 Format of Record Type 132 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 132

132

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

MTP device name

Text

Mandatory: name of MTP device registered to the Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

6

Total resources

Number

Total number of resources on the MTP device

Š  0

7

Available resource

Number

Number of resources available on the MTP device at time stamp

Š  0

8

Active resources

Number

Number of resources active on the MTP device at time stamp

Š  0

9

Percentage active resources

Number

Percentage of total resources active on the MTP device at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

10

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 11 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager Hardware Conference Bridge Usage—Record Type 133

This record contains usage statistics for each Hardware Conference Bridge registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-37 Format of Record Type 133 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 133

133

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

Hardware conference bridge name

Text

Mandatory: name of hardware conference bridge

ASCII characters

6

Completed conferences

Number

Number of conferences completed on this hardware conference bridge

Š  0

7

Active conferences

Number

Number of conferences active on this hardware conference bridge at time stamp

Š  0

8

Total resources

Number

Total number of resources on this hardware conference bridge

Š  0

9

Available resource

Number

Number of resources available on this hardware conference bridge at time stamp

Š  0

10

Active resources

Number

Number of resources active on this hardware conference bridge at time stamp

Š  0

11

Percentage active resources

Number

Percentage of total resources active on this hardware conference bridge at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

12

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 13 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager Software Conference Bridge Usage—Record Type 134

This record contains usage statistics for each software conference bridge registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-38 Format of Record Type 134 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 134

134

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

Software conference bridge name

Text

Mandatory: name of software conference bridge registered to the Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

6

Conferences completed

Number

Number of completed conferences on this software conference bridge

Š  0

7

Active conferences

Number

Number of conferences active on this software conference bridge at time stamp

Š  0

8

Total resources

Number

Total number of resources on this software conference bridge

Š  0

9

Available resource

Number

Number of resources available on this software conference bridge at time stamp

Š  0

10

Active resources

Number

Number of resources active on this software conference bridge at time stamp

Š  0

11

Percentage active resources

Number

Percentage of resources active on this software conference bridge at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

12

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 13 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager Transcoder—Record Type 135

This record contains usage statistics for each transcoder device registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-39 Format of Record Type 135 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 135

135

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject Cisco Unified CallManager

Example: CCM3

5

Transcoder device name

Text

Mandatory: name of transcoder device registered to this Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

6

Total resources

Number

Total number of resources on the transcoder device

Š  0

7

Available resource

Number

Number of resources available on the transcoder device at time stamp

Š  0

8

Active resources

Number

Number of resources active on the transcoder device at time stamp

Š  0

9

Percentage active resources

Number

Percentage active on the transcoder device at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

10

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 11 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


T1 PRI Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 136

This record contains usage statistics for each T1 PRI port on MGCP gateways registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-40 Format of Record Type 136 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 136

136

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject MGCP gateway registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of the T1 PRI port

ASCII characters

6

Completed calls

Number

Number of calls completed on this T1 PRI port on the gateway

Š  0

7

Outbound busy attempts

Number

Number of outbound busy attempts on this T1 PRI port on the gateway

Š  0

8

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 9 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


E1 PRI Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 137

This record contains usage statistics for each E1 PRI port on MGCP gateways registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-41 Format of Record Type 137 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 137

137

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject MGCP gateway registered with Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of E1 PRI port

ASCII characters

6

Calls completed

Number

Number of calls completed on this E1 PRI port on the gateway

Š  0

7

Outbound busy attempts

Number

Number of outbound busy attempts on this E1 PRI port on the gateway

Š  0

8

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 9 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


T1 CAS Usage for Cisco Unified CallManager-Controlled Gateways—Record Type 138

This record contains usage statistics for each T1 CAS port on MGCP gateways registered with Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-42 Format of Record Type 138 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 138

138

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Gateway name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject gateway

ASCII characters

5

DS1 name

Text

Mandatory: name of the T1 CAS port

ASCII characters

6

Calls completed

Number

Number of calls completed on this T1 CAS port on the gateway

Š  0

7

Outbound busy attempts

Number

Number of outbound busy attempts on this T1 CAS port on the gateway

Š  0

8

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 9 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Record Type 139—Not Used


Note Record Type 139 is reserved for future use.


Cisco Unity Connection Usage—Record Type 140

This record contains Cisco Unity Connection usage information.

Table J-43 Format of Record Type 140 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 140

140

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unity Connection name

Text

Mandatory: name of the subject Cisco Unity Connection

ASCII characters

5

Total ports

Number

Total number of ports on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0

6

Active ports

Number

Active number of ports on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0 and  £  total inbound ports

7

Port utilization

Number

Percentage port utilization on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0 and  £  100

8

Total inbound ports

Number

Total number of inbound ports on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0 and  £  total inbound ports

9

Active inbound ports

Number

Active number of inbound ports on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0 and  £  total inbound ports

10

Inbound port utilization

Number

Percentage inbound port utilization on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0 and  £  100

11

Total inbound ports

Number

Total number of outbound ports on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0

12

Active inbound ports

Number

Active number of outbound ports on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0 and  £  total inbound ports

13

Inbound port utilization

Number

Percentage outbound port utilization on the system with Cisco Unity Connection

Š  0 and  £  100

14

None

Null indicator

Not used.

*

Note Fields 15 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco IP Contact Center Usage—Record Type 141

This record contains Cisco IP Contact Center usage information.

Table J-44 Format of Record Type 141 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 141

141

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

IP Contact Center name

Text

Mandatory: name of IP Contact Center host

ASCII characters

5

Instance name

Text

Mandatory: name of instance

ASCII characters

6

Router name

Text

Mandatory: name of router component

ASCII characters

7

Agents logged on

Number

number of contact center agents currently logged on

Š  0

8

Calls in process

Number

Number of calls in progress

Š  0

9

Calls per second

Number

Number of inbound calls per second

Š  0

10

None

Null indicator

Not used.

*

Note Fields 11 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Cisco Unified CallManager SIP Device Usage—Record Type 142

This record contains usage information for SIP devices in Cisco Unified CallManager.

Table J-45 Format of Record Type 142 

Field Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 142

142

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Cisco Unified CallManager name

Text

Mandatory: name of Cisco Unified CallManager

ASCII characters

5

SIP device name

Text

Mandatory: name of SIP device

ASCII characters

6

Calls active

Number

number of calls active

Š  0

7

Calls attempted

Number

Number of calls attempted

Š  0

8

Calls completed

Number

Number of calls completed

Š  0

9

Calls in progress

Number

Number of calls in progress

Š  0

10

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 11 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Server Memory Usage—Record Type 143

This record contains memory usage information for a server running one of the following: Cisco Unified CallManager, IP Contact Center, Cisco Unity, or Cisco Unity Connection.

Table J-46 Format of Record Type 143 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

143

Mandatory: record type 143

143

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Device name

Text

Mandatory: name of the Cisco Unified CallManager, IP Contact Center, Cisco Unity, or Cisco Unity Connection

ASCII characters

5

Total memory

Number

Total RAM in kilobytes

Š  0

6

Used memory

Number

Used RAM in kilobytes

Š  0

7

Free memory

Number

Free RAM in kilobytes

Š  0

8

Memory Utilization

Number

Percentage of used memory

Š  0 and  £  100

9

Linux kilobytes buffered

Number

Linux buffered memory in kilobytes

Š  0

10

Linux kilobytes cached

Number

Linux cached memory in kilobytes

Š  0

11

Linux kilobytes shared

Number

Linux shared memory in kilobytes

Š  0

12

Linux kilobytes total swap

Number

Linux total swap memory in kilobytes

Š  0

13

Linux kilobytes used swap

Number

Linux used swap memory in kilobytes

Š  0

14

Linux kilobytes free swap

Number

Linux free swap memory in kilobytes

Š  0

15

Window cached bytes

Number

Window cached memory in kilobytes

Š  0

16

Window commit limit

Number

Window total virtual memory in kilobytes

Š  0

17

Window committed bytes

Number

Window used virtual memory in kilobytes

Š  0

18

None

Null indicator

Not used.

*

Note Fields 19 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Server CPU Usage—Record Type 144

This record contains CPU usage information for a server running one of the following: Cisco IP Contact Center, Cisco Unity, or Cisco Unity Connection.

Table J-47 Format of Record Type 144 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 144

144

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Device name

Text

Mandatory: name of the Cisco IP Contact Center, Cisco Unity, or Cisco Unity Connection

ASCII characters

5

Total CPU usage

Number

Measured CPU percentage utilization for all CPUs at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

6

CPU 1 usage

Number

Measured CPU percentage utilization for CPU 1 at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

7

CPU 2 usage

Number

Optional: Measured CPU percentage utilization for CPU 2 at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

8

CPU 3 usage

Number

Optional: Measured CPU percentage utilization for CPU 3 at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

9

CPU 4 usage

Number

Optional: Measured CPU percentage utilization for CPU 4 at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

10

CPU 5 usage

Number

Optional: Measured CPU percentage utilization for CPU 5 at time stamp

Š  0 and  £  100

11

None

Null indicator

Not used.

*

Note Fields 12 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Record Type 145—Not Used.

Record type 145 is not in use and is reserved.

Record Type 146—Not Used.

Record type 146 is not in use and is reserved.

Route Group Utilization—Record Type 147

This record contains usage statistics for route groups in a Cisco Unified CallManager cluster. When polling is enabled for Cluster Utilization Settings, Operations Manager polls the gateways in each route group. The record includes individual T1, E1, and FXS/FXO port utilization; BRI channel utilization; and total route group utilization for the gateways/ports that are part of the route group.

Data from MGCP gateways includes utilization for a subset of T1/E1 ports, but not individual DS0 channels. Data from H323 gateways includes utilization for the complete device, but not for individual T1 ports.


Note For Operations Manager to collect this data, you must enable polling for Cluster Utilization Settings for each cluster that is of interest to you. For more information, see Voice Utilization Settings—Polling and Editing Polling Parameters.


Table J-48 Format of Record Type 147 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Mandatory: record type 147

147

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Route group name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject route group

Example: CiscoDallasAA1

5

Percentage active voice T1 PRI

Number

Percentage T1 PRI voice utilization for the route group at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

6

Percentage active voice E1 PRI

Number

Percentage E1 PRI voice utilization for the route group at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

7

Percentage active voice T1 CAS

Number

Percentage T1 CAS voice utilization for the route group at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

8

Percentage active voice E1 CAS

Number

Percentage E1 CAS voice utilization for the route group at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

9

Percentage active FXS

Number

Percentage FXS port utilization for the route group at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

10

Percentage active FXO

Number

Percentage FXO port utilization for the route group at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

11

Percentage active voice BRI

Number

Percentage BRI voice utilization for the route group at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

12

Percentage active E&M

Number

Percentage E&M port utilization for the route group at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

13

Route group utilization

Number

Percentage utilization of all the voice channels in the route group

Š  0 and £   100

14

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 15 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Route List Utilization—Record Type 148

This record contains usage statistics for route lists in Cisco Unified CallManager clusters. The route list consists of many route groups. The utilization data for each route group is used to compute the route list utilization.


Note For Operations Manager to collect this data, you must enable polling for Cluster Utilization Settings for each cluster that is of interest to you. For more information, see Voice Utilization Settings—Polling and Editing Polling Parameters.


Table J-49 Format of Record Type 148 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

148

Mandatory: record type 148

148

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Mandatory: calendar date

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Mandatory: wall clock time

Example: 230000

4

Route list name

Text

Mandatory: name of subject route list

Example: CiscoDallasMetro

5

Percentage active voice T1 PRI

Number

Percentage T1 PRI voice utilization for the route list at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

6

Percentage active voice E1 PRI

Number

Percentage E1 PRI voice utilization for the route list at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

7

Percentage active voice T1 CAS

Number

Percentage T1 CAS voice utilization for the route list at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

8

Percentage active voice E1 CAS

Number

Percentage E1 CAS voice utilization for the route list at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

9

Percentage active FXS

Number

Percentage FXS port utilization for the route list at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

10

Percentage active FXO

Number

Percentage FXO port utilization for the route list at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

11

Percentage active voice BRI

Number

Percentage BRI voice utilization for the route list at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

12

Percentage active E&M

Number

Percentage E&M port utilization for the route list at time stamp

Š  0 and £   100

13

Route List utilization

Number

Percentage utilization of all the voice channels in the route list.

Š  0 and £   100

14

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 15 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

None

Null indicator

Reserved

*


Error Records—Record Type 9nnn

When an error occurs while polling or collecting data on a device, Operations Manager writes error records for the device. When these errors occur during performance polling, Operations Manager writes one for each record type that is related to the device type, prefixing the record type with 9; Table J-49 provides an example.

Table J-50 Example—Error Records for Cisco Unity

Device Type
Record Types
Error Record Types

Cisco Unity

121

9121

143

9143

144

9144


When polling or data collection errors occur during node-to-node testing, Operations Manager writes a single error record for the test type.

Table J-51 Format of Record Type 9nnn 

Field Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

9nnn

Mandatory: 9 precedes the record type that is related to the device or node-to-node test on which the polling or data collection error occurred.

Example: 9200 is an error for record type 200.

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Calendar date.

Example: 20070201.

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Wall clock time.

Example: 230000.

4

Device

Text

Device IP address or name.

Example:
cluster1.cisco.com.

5

Error message

Text

Error message.

Example: Cannot collect data from the device. No active HTTP server.

6

Error number

Text

Error number, if provided; see error message for meaning.

Example: 2

Fields 12 through 38 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".


Node-to-Node Test Record Formats

For more information, see Data Files—Maintenance and Usage and Error Records—Record Type 9nnn.

The following are the formats for each node-to-node test record type:

Echo—Record Type 200

Ping Path Echo—Record Type 201

Record Type 202—Not Used

Ping Path Echo—Record Type 204

Jitter MOS, ICPIF, and Processed Data—Record Type 205

Echo—Record Type 200

This record format captures end-to-end statistics for the following types of tests:

ICMP Echo

UDP Echo

Gatekeeper Registration Delay

Table J-52 Format of Record Type 200 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Record type 200.

200

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Calendar date.

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Wall clock time.

Example: 230000

4

Completion time

Number

Round-trip time (RTT), in milliseconds.

Between 0 and 4294967295

5

Completion status

Number

The allowed numbers are:

1—OK

2—disconnected

3—overThreshold

4—timeout

5—busy

6—notConnected

7—dropped

8—sequenceError

9—verifyError

10—applicationSpecific

11—dnsServerTimeout

12—tcpConnectTimeout

13—httpTransactionTimeout

14—dnsQueryError

15—httpError

16—error

Between 1 and 16

6

Application-specific completion status

Number

(Optional) An application-specific status that is valid only when completion status is set to applicationSpecific (10).

Between 1001 and 2147483647

7

Status description

Number

(Optional) The description for the completion status when completion status is set to applicationSpecific (10). Default value is blank.

ASCII characters

8

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 9 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

Test name

Text

Name of the node-to-node test

Sjc-VGtest


Ping Path Echo—Record Type 201

This record format captures hop-by-hop statistics for Ping Path Echo tests. The tests record information from source to destination.

Table J-53 Format of Record Type 201 

Field
Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Record type 201.

201

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Calendar date.

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Wall clock time.

Example: 230000

4

Completion time

Number

Round-trip time (RTT), in milliseconds.

Between 0 and 4294967295

5

Hop ID

Number

Unique ID chosen by the study and given to a hop on this path.

Maximum value is 30

6

Hop address

String

IP Address of the hop.

ASCII characters

7

Completion status

Number

The allowed numbers are:

1—OK

2—disconnected

3—overThreshold

4—timeout

5—busy

6—notConnected

7—dropped

8—sequenceError

9—verifyError

10—applicationSpecific

11—dnsServerTimeout

12—tcpConnectTimeout

13—httpTransactionTimeout

14—dnsQueryError

15—httpError

16—error

Between 1 and 16

8

Application-specific completion status

Number

(Optional) Application-specific status that is valid only when completion status is set to applicationSpecific (10).

Between 1001 and 2147483647

9

Status description

Text

(Optional) Description for the completion status when completion status is set to applicationSpecific (10). Default value is blank.

ASCII characters

10

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 11 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

Test name

Text

Name of the node-to-node test

Sjc-VGtest


Record Type 202—Not Used

Record type 202 is not in use and is reserved.

Ping Path Echo—Record Type 204

This record format captures end-to-end statistics for Ping Path Echo tests. The tests are from the source to the destination.

Table J-54 Format of Record Type 204 

Field Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

nnn

Record type 204.

204

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Calendar date.

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Wall clock time.

Example: 230000

4

Completion time

Number

The round-trip time (RTT) in milliseconds.

Between 0 and 4294967295

5

Hop ID

Number

Unique ID given to a hop on this path chosen by the study. For this record, the hop ID is always 1.

1

6

Hop address

String

Mandatory: IP address of the destination.

ASCII characters

7

Completion status

Number

The allowed numbers are:

1—OK

2—disconnected

3—overThreshold

4—timeout

5—busy

6—notConnected

7—dropped

8—sequenceError

9—verifyError

10—applicationSpecific

11—dnsServerTimeout

12—tcpConnectTimeout

13—httpTransactionTimeout

14—dnsQueryError

15—httpError

16—error

Between 1 and 16

8

Application-specific completion status

Number

(Optional) The application-specific status that is valid only when Completion Status is set to applicationSpecific (10).

Between 1001 and 2147483647

9

Status description

Text

(Optional) This is the description for the completion status when Completion Status is set to applicationSpecific (10). Default value is blank.

ASCII characters

10

None

Null indicator

Not used.

*

Note Fields 10 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

Test name

Text

Name of the node-to-node test

Sjc-VGtest


Jitter MOS, ICPIF, and Processed Data—Record Type 205

This record format stores MOS and ICPIF values and processed jitter statistics values.

Table J-55 Format of Record Type 205 

Field Number
Field ID
Content
Description
Value

1

Record ID

205

Mandatory: record type 205

205

2

Date

yyyymmdd

Calendar date.

Example: 20070201

3

Time stamp

hhmmss

Wall clock time.

Example: 230000

4

ICPIF

Number

Mandatory: Icpif Value

Example

5

Node-to-node quality

Number

Mandatory: MOS value

Example: 3.6

6

Source to
destination packet loss

Number

Mandatory: percentage

Š  0 and £   100

7

Destination to source packet loss

Number

Mandatory: percentage

Š  0 and £   100

8

Source to destination jitter

Number

Mandatory: percentage

Š  0 and £   100

9

Destination to source jitter

Number

Mandatory: percentage

Š  0 and £   100

10

Average latency

Number

Mandatory: milliseconds

Š  0 and £   100

11

None

Null indicator

Not used

*

Note Fields 12 through 37 are not used and contain the null indicator "*".

38

Test name

Text

Name of the node-to-node test

Sjc-VGtest