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List number of MP80s?

List number of MP80s?

List number of MP80s?

(OP)
I'm sure this is an easy one, but not having any luck with my google-fu.

How do I list or find out the number of MP80 cards I have in a G450?

Thanks!

RE: List number of MP80s?

Either
A) Display the MG from SAT
or
B) SSH to the h248 gateway, show system

You can also do a physical inspection, but you'll need to take the gateway offline and count the boards.

RE: List number of MP80s?

(OP)
What is interesting is that I did SSH into the system, but show was not a valid command.

RE: List number of MP80s?

You should be able to see them in two different places. In CM, a display media-gateway X will have 2 pages. On page 2 you should see the Media Processor types/quantities.

If you SSH to the gateway you should be able to run a "show platform main" which will give you great detail on exactly what hardware is installed.

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