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Can I create a script that runs a command in the PBX for "display capacity" (CM 7.0)?

Can I create a script that runs a command in the PBX for "display capacity" (CM 7.0)?

Can I create a script that runs a command in the PBX for "display capacity" (CM 7.0)?

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Hi all, does anyone know of a way to run a script or schedule a report that shows me how many One-X stations are registered? when logged in to ASA I can run multiple commands, like "status socket" or "list reg..." but I really want the command "display capacity" bcos on page 13 it shows me how many One-X stations are being used/regisrered.

How would you schedule a report or create a script that can run this command repeatedly with no intervention? Is it even possible through ASA? I just want to know at any given time how many One-X phones are registered for that CM.

any insight would be appreciated.

RE: Can I create a script that runs a command in the PBX for "display capacity" (CM 7.0)?

You can schedule a report in ASA that runs the display capacity command and have it email or dump to a file. As long as ASA is running and there isn't a GEDI or emulation screen open it'll run.

RE: Can I create a script that runs a command in the PBX for "display capacity" (CM 7.0)?

I'd check if syslogging IP events includes something around station type and let something like a Splunk be the bean counter

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