Administration Guide for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 3000, Release 8.6(2)
Cisco Extension Mobility Report
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Cisco Extension Mobility Report

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Cisco Extension Mobility Report


Cisco Extension Mobility Report


GUI: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 3000 Administrative Interface

With Cisco Extension Mobility, a phone user can log in to a phone where Cisco Extension Mobility is enabled and use the phone features that are assigned to him; that is, if Cisco Extension Mobility-enabled phone features support the same features as the desk phone. For a user to use Cisco Extension Mobility, you must enable Cisco Extension Mobility in the usage profile (Users/Phones > Usage Profile) and then assign the usage profile to the user (Users/Phones > Users).

Table 16-1 describes the categories that display on the Cisco Extension Mobility Report page (Monitoring > Extension Mobility Report). The report, which obtains its information from the database, provides status of Cisco Extension Mobility usage.


Tip To create another report, click the Extension Mobility Report menu option again.

Table 16-1 Categories on the Cisco Extension Mobility Reports Page 

Category
Description

Summary

This section lists the number of phones where Cisco Extension Mobility is enabled and the number of users that are currently logged into Cisco Extension Mobility-enabled phones.

The summary table lists the users that are currently logged into Cisco Extension Mobility-enabled phones and the phone that is being used. You can also view the date and time when the user logged into the phone.

Tip For the table to display data, the number of users that are currently logged into Cisco Extension Mobility-enabled phones must be greater than zero, as indicated for the Active Cisco Extension Mobility sessions.