Cisco Unified Communications Manager Bulk Administration Guide, Release 8.0(2)
Exporting Phones
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Exporting Phones

Table Of Contents

Exporting Phones

Using Phone Export

Exporting Phone Records

Exporting and Importing Phones with More Than One User

Related Topics


Exporting Phones


You can use the export utility to merge records from multiple Cisco Unified Communications Manager servers onto one Cisco Unified Communications Manager server. Use this procedure to move records from one Cisco Unified Communications Manager server to another. Only export the records that you are interested in moving. Perform the following procedures:

Exporting Phone Records

Exporting User Records, page 20-1

Exporting User Device Profile Records, page 41-3

(Optional) Edit the CSV file with a text editor. The record format must follow the format that is specified for that file format. For example, records for phones need to follow the phone file format.


Caution Use extreme care when editing the CSV file. Phones might not work if you insert records that are in the wrong format.

1. Upload the CSV file to Cisco Unified Communications Manager server. See the "Uploading a File" section on page 2-3.


Caution Because the order in which the records are inserted is important, you must insert user records first. This ensures that devices properly associate with existing users.

2. Insert User Records.

3. Insert Phone Records.

4. Insert User Device Profile Records.

5. Check the log files for errors. See the "Viewing Export Log Files" section on page 25-11.

Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Using Phone Export

You can choose between two file format options when you are exporting phone records:

Specific Details—For phones that have similar configurations

All Details—For phones that have different line configurations, such as multiple partitions or calling search spaces

Default Phone File Format

Choosing Default Phone file format allows you to export records by using a defined query.

Table 9-1 lists the fields that are exported when you choose the Default Phone file format.

Table 9-1 Exported Fields in the Default Phone File Format 

Field Types
Exported Fields

Device Fields

MAC Address, Description, Location

Line Fields

Directory Number, Display, Line Text Label, Forward Busy External, Forward Busy Internal, Forward No Answer Internal, Forward No Answer External, Forward No Coverage Internal, Forward No Coverage External, Call Pickup Group


All Phone Details File Format

When you export phone records by using All Phone Details option, you export phone records for a particular model of phone along with all the device field information, different line attributes, and services that are associated with the phone, or you can export all phone models in a single file. To export all phone types to a single file, you can choose All Phone Types from the Select the Device Type drop-down list box. You cannot use the query to limit the number of records.

Table 9-2 lists the fields that are exported when you choose the All Phone Details file format.


Note The device name, not the MAC Address, gets saved when you choose to export by using the All Phone Details file format.


Table 9-2 Exported Fields in the All Phone Details File Format 

Field Types
Exported Fields

Device Fields

Device Name, Description, Owner User ID, Device Pool, CSS, AAR CSS, Media Resource Group List, User Hold Audio Source, Network Hold Audio Source, Location, User Locale, Network Locale, Phone Button Template, Expansion Module type I, Expansion Module type II, Softkey Template, Phone Load Name, Module 1 Load Name, Module 2 Load Name, Login user ID, Built in Bridge, MLPP Indication, MLPP Preemption, MLPP Domain, Retry Video call as Audio, Privacy, Security Mode, Ignore Presentation Indicators, Single Packet Capture mode, Packet Capture Duration, Certificate Operation, Authentication Mode, Authentication String, Key Size (bits), Operation Completes By

Model Specific Device Fields

Information, Directory, Messages, Services, Authentication Server, Proxy Server, Idle, Idle Timer, Enable Extension Mobility, Logout Profile, Login User ID, Login Time, Logout Time, Product Specific XML

Line Fields

Directory Number, Partition, Voice Mail Profile, Line CSS, AAR Group, Line User Hold Audio Source, Line Network Hold Audio Source, Auto Answer, Forward All to Voice Mail, Forward All Destination, Forward All CSS, Forward Busy External to Voice Mail, Forward Busy External Destination, Forward Busy External CSS, Forward No Answer External to Voice Mail, Forward No Answer External Destination, Forward No Answer External CSS, Forward On Failure to Voice Mail, Forward On Failure Destination, Forward on Failure CSS, Call pickup group, Forward Busy Internal to Voice Mail, Forward Busy Internal Destination, Forward Busy Internal CSS, Forward No Answer Internal to Voice Mail, Forward No Answer Internal Destination, Forward No Answer Internal CSS, Forward No Call Coverage External to Voice Mail, Forward No Call Coverage External Destination, Forward No Call Coverage External CSS, Forward No Call Coverage Internal to Voice Mail, Forward No Call Coverage Internal Destination, Forward No Call Coverage Internal CSS, Display, External Phone Number Mask, Message Waiting Lamp Policy, Ring Setting When Idle, Line Text Label, Ring Setting When Active, No Answer Ring Duration, MLPP Target Destination, MLPP Calling Search Space, MLPP No Answer Ring Duration, Max Num Calls, Busy Trigger, Call Info Display Mask, Alerting Name

User Fields

User ID

Speed Dials

Speed Dial Number, Speed Dial Label

Services

Service Name, Subscribed Service Name, Parameter Name, Parameter Value


Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Exporting Phone Records

To export phone records from Cisco Unified Communications Manager, use this procedure.

Procedure


Step 1 Choose one of the following options:

Bulk Administration > Phones > Export Phones > Specific Details. The Export Phones Query window displays.

Bulk Administration > Phones > Export Phones > All Details. The Export Phone Configuration window displays.

Step 2 For All Phone Details option, choose the type of device or specific model in the Device Type drop-down list box. See Table 9-1 for the list of exported fields in this format. Skip to Step 4.

Step 3 For Specific Phone Details, you can customize the export file by choosing which set of phones to export, but you cannot configure the phone details.

a. From the first Find Phone where, drop-down list box, choose from the following options:

Device Name

Description

Directory Number

Calling Search Space

Device Pool

Call Pickup Group

LSC Status

Authentication String

Security Profile

b. In the second drop-down list box, choose from the following options:

begins with

contains

is exactly

ends with

is empty

is not empty

c. In the search field/list box, either choose or enter the value that you want to locate, such as a device name.

d. You can click the Search Within Results check box and choose AND or OR to add multiple filters and repeat Substep a. through Substep c. to further define your query.

e. Click Find. The search results display.

f. Click Next. The Export Phones Configuration window displays.

g. From the File Format drop-down list box, choose a Phone file format.

Step 4 Enter the export file name in the File Name text box.

Step 5 In the Job Information area, enter the Job description.

Step 6 To export phone records immediately, click the Run Immediately radio button. Click Run Later to export at a later time.

Step 7 To create a job for exporting phone records, click Submit.

Step 8 To schedule and/or activate this job, use the Job Scheduler option in the Bulk Administration main menu.

For more information on jobs, see the Chapter 79, "Scheduling Jobs."

For information on log files, see "BAT Log Files" section on page 80-3.


You can search and download the exported file using the Upload/Download Files option in the Bulk Administration menu. See Chapter 2, "Uploading and Downloading Files.".

Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Exporting and Importing Phones with More Than One User

The exported file name gets suffixed with the timestamp. If a recurring job is scheduled for export phones, the information gets exported with same filename but different timestamps.

When you import the exported file that has phones with multiple users, all users get exported in the same record.

Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Related Topics

Exporting Phone Records

Exporting User Records, page 20-1

Exporting User Device Profile Records, page 41-3