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Newbie Capacity question

Newbie Capacity question

Newbie Capacity question

Hey all, bear with me on the silly questions, I'm just kinda learning as I go.

I'm trying to find out total number of stations we have on our system, is there a way to do that?
If possible I'd like to know the amount of IP sets, analog sets, digital sets.

One other question I have pertains to VDN's/hunt groups/etc.
Do these fall under the total number of stations as well?

Thank you in advance

RE: Newbie Capacity question

display capacities
display system-parameters customer-options

RE: Newbie Capacity question

The main licensed objects fall under stations and agents. Vectors, vdns, hunt group quantities are typically limited based on a combination of your software release and hardware platform. If you have access to ASA, you can use the FAULT & PERFORMANCE tab on the left and then select SYSTEM CAPACITY. That should tell you everything you need to know.


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