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On-Net vs Off-Net Calls

On-Net vs Off-Net Calls

On-Net vs Off-Net Calls

Hello All,

We have a good size VoIP set up with 8 nodes and 100 plus sites. With CUCM 10.5 are there any reports I can run to show how many calls are being placed On-Net (over the network) verse Off-Net (out PSTN)? We have AAR so assuming the number dialed matches a number in CM the call goes On-Net if bandwidth requirements are meet. We don't have any third party software for CDR, so just curious what I can pull from CUCM that could provide this information. Thanks All

RE: On-Net vs Off-Net Calls

Might I suggest looking into Traffic Analyst? Very affordable and easy to use. Cost about $8/station with $125 setup. Annual maintenance averages us about $300.

Maintain HiPath 4000 V5 & V6, OpenScape Xpert V4, Xpressions, Contact Center

RE: On-Net vs Off-Net Calls

CUCM doesnt make any readable reports. You need third party software for it.

CCNA Voice

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