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Display analog station on a media-gateway card
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Display analog station on a media-gateway card

Display analog station on a media-gateway card

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Basic question I guess. Using ASA, how can I list extensions configured on a specific card of a gateway? I'm looking for a way to have an overview of what is configured on a card on every port?

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RE: Display analog station on a media-gateway card

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Use GEDI, list stations and then sort by the port.

RE: Display analog station on a media-gateway card

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Great, an easy star for you!

RE: Display analog station on a media-gateway card

ASA use Advanced tab, Emulation

Command: list station port 1v2

the output will be numerical station list for ports on media-gateway 1 slot v2



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RE: Display analog station on a media-gateway card

I did this just today. In ASA Fault & Performance tab. Hardware Manager. Find the gateway and the card and right click on the card. Click on Port Usage.

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