Cisco Unified CallManager Serviceability Administration Guide, Release 4.2(3)
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - I - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Z

Index

A

administrator

granting rights, CAR system 16-2

revoking rights, CAR system 16-3

alarm configuration, described 2-1

Alarm definitions

catalog descriptions 3-4

creating user-defined description

procedure 3-3

described 3-1

searching and viewing

procedure 3-2

searching for 3-2

user-defined, creating 3-3

viewing 3-2

Alarm Information, described 4-1

Alarms

definitions

catalogs 3-4

directing Syslog messages to a local server 27-3

directing Syslog messages to CiscoWorks2000 server 27-4

information, described 4-1

viewing information

text format 4-2

XML format 4-2

alarms

applying configuration to all nodes 2-4

configuring, procedure 2-2

destinations 2-6

destination settings 2-6

event levels 2-7

event level settings 2-7

Event Viewer 2-6

SDI trace library 2-6

SDL trace library 2-6

Syslog 2-6

updating, procedure 2-2

alert actions configuration 12-63

alert notification

configuration

parameters for counter 12-64

parameters for directory servers 12-18

e-mail

for counter 12-39

message 12-39

schedule 12-39

thresholds 12-39

alerts

enabling or disabling, by mail 17-14

authorization code name

system report 19-27

authorization code name report 19-27

authorization level

system report 19-28

authorization level report 19-28

automatic

report generation 17-12

B

base rate 17-2

bill

department 18-3

department detail, report results A-4

department summary, report results A-2

individual 18-2

individual detail, report results A-4

individual summary, report results A-2

Bulk Trace Analysis

correlation tags 24-12

creating a report 24-6

creating a report with multiple views 24-12

customizing report table headings 24-16

displaying view information 24-15

downloading 24-1

installing 24-2

opening a report 24-8

printing a report 24-9

saving master report 24-10

searching for data 24-11

starting and exiting 24-4

using 24-3

window 24-5

C

call data, line graph of (figure) 23-4

call detail

conference call detail, report results A-32

Call Detail Records (CDR) 26-2

call termination

CDR search by 21-5

call termination details, viewing 21-7

call types

QoS by 19-11

QoS report results by call types A-18

CAR

assistant call usage configuration 18-16

automatic database purge configuration 16-29

automatic report generation/alert configuration 17-12

call termination details, viewing 21-7

CDR/CMR records configuration 22-1

CDR database alerts configuration 16-27

CDR error report 19-31

CDR error report configuration 19-31

CDR search 21-1

by call precedence levels 21-8

malicious calls 21-10

CDR search by cause for call termination configuration 21-5

CDR search by gateway configuration 21-3

CDR search by user extension configuration 21-2

CDR service parameters 15-4

Cisco IP manager/assistant, described 18-14

Cisco IP Phone services report configuration 18-19

conference bridge utilization report 20-20

conference call details configuration 20-18

configuration, gateway 16-8

CTI application user configuration 18-18

department bills configuration 18-3

device report, described 20-1

dial plan default values 16-7

disabling automatic database purge 16-30

error log report output 16-36

event log report output 16-36

event log report status 16-34

export CDR/CMR records results 22-2

gateway report 20-1, 20-10

generate report fields 19-9, 19-11, 19-16, 19-20

individual bills configuration 18-2

load CDR and CMR values 16-13

loading 15-5

logging off 15-8

logging on 15-7

log reports, described 16-35

Malicious Call Identification 19-23

manager call usage configuration 18-15

manual database purge 16-31

notification limits configuration 17-15

overview 15-1

precedence call summary 19-24

QoS by call types report 19-11

QoS by gateway report 19-8

QoS default values 17-11

QoS detail report

call types 19-3

voice quality 19-4, 19-18

QoS detail report configuration 19-2

QoS parameter operators 19-32

QoS parameters

call types 19-13

described 19-8

QoS reports, described 19-2

QoS summary report 19-5

call types 19-6

QoS summary report configuration 19-5

QoS values, defining 17-9

rating engine configuration 17-2

report configuration, described 17-1

reports, understanding A-1

restoring database purge defaults 16-32

restoring dial plan default values 16-6

searching for users 18-22

system configuration 16-1

system log screens, described 16-33

system overview report 19-30

system overview report configuration 19-30

system preferences parameters 16-11

system reports, described 19-1

top N, described 18-5

top N by charge

call types 18-6

report types 18-7

top N by charge configuration 18-6

top N by duration

call types 18-9

report types 18-10

top N by duration configuration 18-8

top N by number of calls

call types 18-12

report types 18-13

top N by number of calls configuration 18-11

traffic reports

described 19-15

traffic summary (extn), call types 19-21

traffic summary, call types 19-17

traffic summary by extensions report configuration 19-19

traffic summary report 19-15

traffic summary report configuration 19-15

uninhibited loading of CDR values 16-14

user reports, described 18-1

voice messaging utilization report 20-22

CDP

accessing CDP driver control 28-2

advertisement support 28-1

Cisco device support 28-1

default settings 28-7

driver, usage 28-2

enabling CDP protocol driver 28-4

installing CDP protocol driver 28-3

list of topics 28-1

locating updated driver 28-6

periodic messages 28-1

protocol driver

enabling 28-4

installing 28-3

settings 28-7

showing CDP protocol driver property 28-5

starting CDP protocol driver 28-3

updating IP address for CDP protocol driver 28-5

CDR

automatic database purge configuration 16-29

CAR plugin, installing 15-2

CAR plugin, uninstalling 15-3

database alerts, configuration 16-27

disabling automatic database purge 16-30

disabling loading 16-15

dump table A-38

enabling loading 16-16

error, report results A-27

error report 19-31

load schedule configuration 16-12

logging

setting up 26-2

restoring database purge defaults 16-32

restoring the default load schedule 16-15

search 21-1

search by cause for call termination 21-5

search by gateway 21-3

search by user extension 21-2

search by user extension, report results A-35

service parameters, configuring 15-4

setting up logging 26-2

values

CDR load 16-13

CDR Analysis and Reporting Tool

described 15-1

loading 15-5

logging off 15-8

logging on 15-7

CDR service parameters 15-4

CDR values

uninhibited loading 16-14

chart

counters

configuring 12-38

Cisco Bulk Trace Analysis tool, described 24-1

Cisco CallManager, service 5-3

Cisco CDR Insert service 5-8

Cisco CTIManager service 5-12

Cisco Database Layer Monitor service 5-17, 5-23, 5-25

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) 25-3

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP), described 28-1

Cisco IP manager/assistant 18-15, 18-16

assistant call usage 18-16

manager call usage 18-15

Cisco IP Phone services, report results A-14

Cisco IP Phone services report, configuration 18-19

Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming Application service 5-28

Cisco Messaging Interface service 5-31

Cisco MOH Audio Translator service 5-33

Cisco RIS Data Collector service 5-35

Cisco Secure Telnet

applications 29-3

components

relay server 29-2

Telnet client 29-2

Telnet server 29-2

executables 29-3

list of topics 29-1

proxy 29-4

terminate session 29-6

usage scenario 29-7

Cisco Telephony Call Dispatcher service 5-39

Cisco TFTP service 5-41

Cisco Unified CallManager, starting performance tool 23-1

CiscoWorks2000

list of topics 25-1

messages directed to server 27-4

remote network management features 25-2

SNMP requests 27-5

Syslog messages 27-4

CiscoWorks2000, defined 25-2

clearing alerts 12-60

client matter code

system report 19-25

client matter code report 19-25

CMR dump table A-38

CMR values, CDR load 16-13

collecting traces 6-2

commands

show.exe 30-1

show CDP neigh 28-2

show command

list of topics 30-1

options 30-2

parameters 30-2

show tech 30-2

show win 30-2

tndconnect 29-4

conference bridge utilization, report results A-33

conference call detail, report results A-32

configuration profiles

creating, Real-Time Monitoring Tool 12-5

configuring 19-23, 21-8, 21-10

automatic database purge 16-29

CAR system 16-1

CDR database alerts 16-27

CDR load schedule 16-12

Cisco Extended Functions trace parameters 5-20

dial plan 16-5

gateway reports 20-1

mail server parameters in CAR 16-4

SDL trace parameters 5-50

serviceability reports archive 14-1

system log management 27-1

system preferences, CAR 16-10

Trace

SDL parameters 5-50

configuring CDR service parameters 15-4

Control Center

list of topics 11-1

start a service 11-5

status icons 11-2

stop a service 11-4

view status 11-3

Control Center, described 11-1

conventions xxiv

correlation tags, Bulk Trace Analysis 24-12

counter alert configuration settings 12-64

counters

alert notification parameters 12-64

chart view 12-38

configuring alert notification 12-39

data sample 12-45

data sample parameters 12-46

removing from monitoring window 12-47

table view 12-38

viewing data 12-46

zooming 12-43

creating a Bulk Trace Analysis report 24-6

creating a Bulk Trace Analysis report with multiple views 24-12

CTI application user

enabled 18-18

report results A-13

CTI application user, report results A-13

CTI port, configuration 18-18

customizing, reports for automatic generation 17-13

customizing report table headings for Bulk Trace Analysis 24-16

D

daily charges, notification limits configuration 17-15

daily reports

restoring default schedule 16-21

scheduling CAR reports 16-17

database

automatic purge configuration 16-29

disabling automatic purge 16-30

purge, CAR 16-31

restoring purge defaults 16-32

data sample

configuring

parameters 12-46

data sample, Real-Time Monitoring Tool 12-45

debug trace levels

Cisco CallManager fields 5-4, 5-21

Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming Application fields 5-29

Database Layer Monitor fields 5-18, 5-24, 5-26

defined 5-46

RIS Data Collector fields 5-36

Telephony Call Dispatcher fields 5-40

TFTP fields 5-42, 5-45

Trace configuration filter settings 5-57

Trace configuration output settings 5-58

department bill

detail 18-3

summary 18-3

department bill detail, report results A-4

department bill summary, report results A-2

detail

department bill 18-3

department bill, report results A-4

gateway 20-2

gateway, report results A-28

individual bill 18-2

individual bill, report results A-4

QoS, report results A-14

QoS report 19-2

details report 19-23

device name based trace monitoring 5-47

device reports 20-1

devices

information window 12-26

monitoring

phones 12-25

dial plan

configuration 16-5

restoring default values 16-6

directory servers

alert notification parameters 12-18

disabling

alerts by mail 17-14

automatic CAR and CDR database purge 16-30

automatic database purge 16-30

CDR loading 16-15

disabling alerts 12-57

displaying view information for Bulk Trace Analysis 24-15

document

audience xx

conventions xxiv

organization xx

purpose xix

documentation

related xxiii

downloading Bulk Trace Analysis 24-1

driver

CDP driver

control 28-2

locating interface files 28-6

locating updated CDP driver 28-6

using 28-2

CDP protocol

enabling 28-4

installing 28-3

showing property 28-5

starting 28-3

updating IP address 28-5

dump table, CDR and CMR A-38

duration 17-2

E

e-mail configuration 12-62

enabling

alerts by mail 17-14

CDR loading 16-16

reports for automatic generation 17-13

enabling alerts 12-56

error

CDR report 19-31

CDR report, results A-27

error log

generating 16-34

understanding the details 16-37

understanding the output 16-36

error log report, output 16-36

event levels for alarms 2-7

event log

generating 16-33

understanding the output 16-36

event log report

output 16-36

status 16-34

exiting Bulk Trace Analysis 24-4

extension

CDR search by 21-2

CDR search by, report results A-35

F

features, remote network management 25-2

G

gateway

CDR search by 21-3

configuration for CAR 16-8

QoS by 19-8

QoS report results by gateway A-17

gateway detail

call types 20-3

voice quality 20-4

gateway detail, report results A-28

gateway detail report 20-2

gateway report, configuring 20-1

gateway summary, report results A-30

gateway summary report 20-5

gateway utilization, report results A-31

gateway utilization report 20-8

generate report fields 20-9, 20-12, 20-14, 20-17, 20-21, 20-23

generating

error log 16-34

event log 16-33

granting administrator rights, CAR system 16-2

I

individual bill

configuration 18-2

detail 18-2

summary 18-2

individual bill detail, report results A-4

individual bill summary, report results A-2

initial user ID and password 15-5

installing Bulk Trace Analysis 24-2

installing the CAR plugin 15-2

introduction, serviceability 1-1

IOS messages, from ISDN trace files 8-1

IP path analysis 25-2

IP Phone Problem Reports

procedure 13-2

ISDN trace files, translating to IOS format 8-1

L

line graph of static call data (figure) 23-4

load

disabling CDR 16-15

enabling CDR 16-16

restoring the default CDR schedule 16-15

loading CDR Analysis and Reporting Tool 15-5

load schedule

CDR schedule configuration 16-12

log files, Trace 5-54

logging off CAR 15-8

logging on to CAR 15-7

M

mailing a report 18-20

mail server parameters 16-4

manual database purge, configuration 16-31

media information A-37

messages

CDP 28-1

directing messages to syslog 27-3

syslog 27-2

message translator, using 8-1

MIB

CISCO-CCM-MIB, Updating 31-11

control of CDP driver 28-2

enable device discovery 28-2

Microsoft Performance tool 23-1

monitoring

performance

extending data display 23-3

line graph of static call data (figure) 23-4

monthly reports

restoring default schedules 16-21

scheduling CAR reports 16-20

N

nodes

applying an alarm configuration to all nodes 2-4

notification limits 17-15

NT Event Viewer 2-6

O

opening a Bulk Trace Analysis report 24-8

organization xx

overview

automatic report generation 17-12

CAR 15-1

department bill reports 18-3

device reports 20-1

individual bill reports 18-2

system report 19-30

P

parameters

factoring time of day for rating 17-4

factoring voice quality for rating 17-5

mail server configuration 16-4

restoring default values for call cost 17-7

setting the base rate and duration for rating 17-2

system configuration 16-1

password, initial use 15-5

path analysis

configuration 26-1

described 26-1

PathTool 25-2

performance

monitoring

extending data display 23-3

line graph of static call data (figure) 23-4

removing a counter 12-47

tool, starting 23-1

viewing performance statistics 23-2

phones

Real-Time Monitoring Tool 12-25

viewing information 12-25

plug-in software, Bulk Trace Analysis 24-1

preferences

system configuration 16-10

printing a Bulk Trace Analysis report 24-9

properties, counter 12-43

purge

automatic database configuration 16-29

disabling automatic database 16-30

restoring database defaults 16-32

using manual database purge, CAR 16-31

purging CAR database manually 16-31

Q

Q931 translator

list of topics 8-1

message, using 8-1

procedure 8-1

QoS

default values 17-11

notification limits configuration 17-15

restoring default values 17-10

QoS by call types, report results A-18

QoS by call types report 19-11

QoS by gateway, report results A-17

QoS by gateway report 19-8

QoS detail, report results A-14

QoS detail report

call types 19-3

voice quality 19-4, 19-18

QoS parameter operators 19-32

QoS parameters, call types 19-13

QoS summary, report results A-16

QoS summary report

call types 19-6

QoS values, defining 17-9

QRT

viewer 13-1

QRT viewer 13-1

listing IP phone problem reports 13-2

R

rating engine, configuration 17-2

rating parameters

factoring time of day 17-4

factoring voice quality 17-5

restoring default values for call cost 17-7

setting the base rate and duration 17-2

Real-Time Information Server (RIS) data collector 31-9

Real-Time Monitoring Tool

adding a counter 12-36

alert central 12-49, 12-51, 12-54, 12-56, 12-57, 12-58, 12-60, 12-61, 12-62, 12-63, 12-64

alert notification

configuring

for a counter   1

chart view, configuring 12-38

configuring alert notification for counter 12-39

counter alert configuration parameters 12-64

counter data sample configuration parameters 12-46

counter properties 12-43

counters

alert notify 12-39

chart view 12-38

data sample 12-45

display property description 12-44

properties 12-43

removing 12-47

table view 12-38

viewing data 12-46

zooming 12-43

CPU and memory monitoring 12-9

data samples 12-45

default configuration 12-4

directory servers alert configuration parameters 12-18

list of topics 12-1

loading 12-2

monitoring call activity 12-12

monitoring Cisco TFTP 12-16

monitoring critical services 12-11

monitoring CTI applications using search 12-30

monitoring CTI devices using CTI search 12-32

monitoring CTI lines 12-34

monitoring CTI manager 12-29

monitoring device information 12-20

monitoring devices by device search 12-21

monitoring directory server information 12-17

monitoring disk usage 12-10

monitoring gateway activity 12-13

monitoring heartbeat 12-19

monitoring SDL queue 12-15

monitoring trunk activity 12-14

removing a counter 12-47

table view, configuring 12-38

understanding alert central 12-48

understanding perfmon monitoring 12-36

using CTI search 12-30

using device search 12-21

viewing call process category 12-12

viewing CTI category 12-28

viewing data 12-46

viewing phone information 12-25

viewing server category 12-9

viewing summary 12-7

viewing the device category 12-20

viewing the service category 12-16

window components 12-6

zooming a counter 12-43

related documentation xxiii

remote network management, features 25-2

removing alerts 12-54

report

authorization code name 19-27

authorization level 19-28

CAR system report configuration 19-1

CDR error 19-31

CDR search 21-1

CDR search by cause for call termination 21-5

CDR search by gateway 21-3

CDR search by user extension 21-2

Cisco IP manager/assistant 18-15, 18-16

client matter code 19-25

CTI application user enabled 18-18

department bill 18-3

device 20-1

for Bulk Trace Analysis 24-3

gateway detail report 20-2

gateway summary 20-5

gateway utilization 20-8

individual bill 18-2

mailing 18-20

precedence call summary 19-24

QoS by call types report 19-11

QoS by gateway report 19-8

QoS detail 19-2

route and line group utilization 20-11

route list utilization 20-13

route pattern/hunt pilot utilization 20-16

system overview 19-30

top N by charge 18-6

top N by duration 18-8

top N by number of calls 18-11

traffic summary 19-15

traffic summary by extensions 19-19

voice-mail utilization 20-22

report configuration, CAR 17-1

report results

CDR error A-27

CDR search by user extension A-35

Cisco IP Phone services A-14

conference bridge utilization A-33

conference call detail A-32

CTI application user A-13

department bill, detail A-4

department bill, summary A-2

gateway detail A-28

gateway summary A-30

gateway utilization A-31

individual bill, detail A-4

individual bill, summary A-2

QoS by gateway A-17

QoS detail A-14

QoS report by call types A-18

QoS summary A-16

route group utilization A-31

route list utilization A-31

route pattern utilization A-31

system overview A-25

top N by charge A-6

top N by duration A-6

top N by number of calls A-8

traffic summary A-20

traffic summary by extensions A-20

voice mail utilization A-34

Reports

understanding CAR reports A-1

reports

automatic generation configuration 17-12

automatic report generation/alert 17-12

customizing for automatic generation 17-13

enabling for automatic generation 17-13

gateway report configuration 20-1

restoring default schedules 16-21

route plan 20-10

scheduling daily, CAR 16-17

scheduling monthly, CAR 16-20

scheduling weekly, CAR 16-18

system overview results A-25

user 18-1

restoring

CAR and CDR database purge defaults 16-32

default CDR load schedule 16-15

default QoS values 17-10

default schedule for daily, weekly, and monthly reports 16-21

default values for rating parameters 17-7

revoking administrator rights, CAR system 16-3

rights

granting administrator, CAR system 16-2

revoking administrator, CAR system 16-3

RIS data collector 31-9

route

group utilization, report results A-31

list utilization, report results A-31

pattern utilization, report results A-31

route and line group utilization report 20-11

route list utilization report 20-13

route pattern/hunt pilot utilization report 20-16

route plan report, configuring 20-10

S

saving the Bulk Trace Analysis master report 24-10

schedule

CDR load configuration 16-12

restoring the default CDR load 16-15

scheduling

CAR daily reports 16-17

monthly CAR reports 16-20

weekly CAR reports 16-18

SDI log file, saving to IOS format 8-1

SDL configuration

characteristics

Cisco CallManager service 5-52

Cisco CTIManager service 5-52

filter settings

Cisco CallManager service 5-50

Cisco CTIManager 5-51

procedure 5-50

search

CDR by cause for call termination 21-5

CDR by gateway 21-3

CDR by user extension 21-2

CDR by user extension, report results A-35

CDRs 21-1

searching for data in a Bulk Trace Analysis report 24-11

searching for users, CAR 18-22

server, mail parameters 16-4

serviceability

introduction 1-1

Serviceability Reports Archive

configuration 14-1

Service Activation

activate services 10-2

deactivate services 10-4

delete services 10-10

list of topics 10-1

service considerations 10-5

services

status icons 11-2

SESSIONTIMEOUT 16-11

setting alert properties 12-51

show CDP neigh command 28-2

show command

list of topics 30-1

options 30-2

parameters 30-2

syntax 30-1

SNMP

agent, enabling 27-5

Cisco Unified CallManager traps

configuring 31-5

list of topics 31-1

RIS data collector 31-9

SNMP agent

configuring SNMP security 31-2

setting SNMP trap receiver 31-3

SNMP extension agent

starting 31-4

stopping 31-8

SNMP RIS data collector

starting 31-9

stopping 31-10

support 25-3

starting Bulk Trace Analysis 24-4

summary

department bill 18-3

department bill, report results A-2

gateway 20-5

gateway, report results A-30

individual bill 18-2

individual bill, report results A-2

QoS, report results A-16

traffic 19-15

traffic, report results A-20

traffic by extensions 19-19

traffic by extensions, report results A-20

suspending alerts 12-58

syntax

show command 30-1

tndconnect 29-4

Syslog

analyzer 25-2

collector 25-2

syslog

analysis, components (figure) 27-2

directing messages 27-2

directing messages to CiscoWorks2000 server 27-4

directing messages to local server 27-3

system logging, components (figure) 27-2

system log management

configuration 27-1

described 27-1

system log screens

CAR 16-33

system overview, report results A-25

system overview report 19-30

system parameters, configuration 16-1

system preferences

configuration 16-10

system preferences parameters for CAR 16-11

T

table, CDR and CMR dump A-38

Telnet 29-1

connect with daemon 29-6

plan for Windows 29-7

terminate session 29-6

Telnet, Cisco Secure

applications 29-3

components

relay server 29-2

Telnet client 29-2

Telnet server 29-2

executables 29-3

list of topics 29-1

proxy 29-4

terminate session 29-6

usage scenario 29-7

time of day 17-4

tndconnect

connect with Telnet daemon 29-6

display all options 29-5

program structure 29-5

syntax 29-4

terminate session 29-4

top N

by charge 18-6

by charge, report results A-6

by duration 18-8

by duration, report results A-6

by number of calls 18-11

by number of calls, report results A-8

top N by charge 18-6

call types 18-6

report types 18-7

top N by charge, report results A-6

top N by duration 18-8

call types 18-9

configuration 18-8

report types 18-10

top N by duration, report results A-6

top N by number of calls 18-11

call types 18-12

configuration 18-11

report types 18-13

top N by number of calls, report results A-8

Trace

analysis

list of topics 7-1

SDI trace 7-2

SDL trace 7-5

analysis configuration, described 7-1

Cisco CallManager service

configuring 5-3

SDL configuration characteristics 5-52

SDL configuration filter settings 5-50

trace fields 5-4, 5-21

Cisco CDR Insert service 5-8

Cisco Certificate Authority Proxy Function service

configuring 5-10

Cisco CTIManager service

configuring 5-12

SDL configuration characteristics 5-52

SDL configuration filter settings 5-51

Cisco CTL provider service

configuring 5-15

Cisco Database Layer Monitor service

configuring 5-17

trace fields 5-18, 5-24, 5-26

Cisco Extended Functions service

configuring 5-20

Cisco Extension Mobility service

configuring 5-23

Cisco IP Manager Assistant service

configuring 5-25

Cisco IP Voice Media Streaming Application service

configuring 5-28

trace fields 5-29

Cisco Messaging Interface service 5-31

Cisco MOH Audio Translator service 5-33

Cisco RIS Data Collector service

configuring 5-35

trace fields 5-36

Cisco Telephony Call Dispatcher service

configuring 5-39

trace fields 5-40

Cisco TFTP service

configuring 5-41

trace fields 5-42

Cisco WebDialer service

configuring 5-44

trace fields 5-45

collection

list of topics 6-1

collection configuration, described 6-1

configuration

described 5-1

filter settings 5-57

list of topics 5-1

output settings 5-58

debug trace levels 5-46

device name based trace monitoring 5-47

log files

field descriptions 5-56

viewing 5-54

Q931 translator 8-1

SDI trace

analysis 7-2

SDL trace

analysis 7-5

Trace Collection Tool

collecting traces 6-5

loading 6-2

traffic summary 19-15

traffic summary (extn), call types 19-21

traffic summary, call types 19-17

traffic summary, report results A-20

traffic summary by extensions, report results A-20

traffic summary by extensions report 19-19

Troubleshooting Trace Setting

configuration 9-1

resetting 9-2

setting 9-1

U

uninhibited loading of CDR values 16-14

uninstalling the CAR plugin 15-3

user-defined alarm descriptions 3-3

user ID, initial use 15-5

user reports, described 18-1

using Bulk Trace Analysis 24-3

utilization

conference bridge, report results A-33

gateway 20-8

gateway, report results A-31

route and line group 20-11

route group, report results A-31

route list 20-13

route list, report results A-31

route pattern/hunt pilot 20-16

voice-mail 20-22

voice mail, report results A-34

V

viewing

export CDR/CMR record results 22-2

Viewing alarm information

text format 4-2

XML format 4-2

viewing and sorting alerts 12-49

viewing event details 12-61

voice mail utilization, report results A-34

voice-mail utilization report 20-22

voice quality 17-5

W

weekly reports

restoring default schedule 16-21

scheduling CAR reports 16-18

X

XML

trace files, Q931 translator 8-1

using with Bulk Trace Analysis 24-1

XML format, viewing alarms 4-2

Z

zooming a counter 12-43