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CS1000 IP Phone last registered time

CS1000 IP Phone last registered time

CS1000 IP Phone last registered time

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Dear Expert,

There are couple unregistered IP Phone in CS1000 and I want to know what is the last time those phones registered in the system.
Is there any commands or ways to show it?

RE: CS1000 IP Phone last registered time

I would have suspected that if there is such a command, then it would be found in LD 32 or 117.

I know that it can be found on a BCM system in the Monitor tool.
Failing that, look in the Signalling Server.

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RE: CS1000 IP Phone last registered time

depending on whats happened since they have been gone LD 117 "prt dnip xxxxx" or "locrpt dn xxxx" in sig server isetShow may sill show lost sets.

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