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how to find total number of PRI's
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how to find total number of PRI's

how to find total number of PRI's

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Looking for someone to point me in the right direction to find how many PRI's i have exactly in my cm10

RE: how to find total number of PRI's

list config all will show all the media modules. Look for the DS1 circuit packs.
list signaling-groups will show all the signaling groups. Look for ISDN-PRI.
list trunk-group will show all the trunk groups. Look for isdn.

Each circuit requires a unique DS1 card and typically a matching signaling group. There may be instances where two or more circuits share a D-channel but that's not very common.
You can display trunk-group x to see what ports/cards are assigned to each trunk and find the associated signaling group.
display ds1 [board] will show you some details on each DS1 board, if configured.

RE: how to find total number of PRI's

(OP)
thank you very much for your help

RE: how to find total number of PRI's

Also "list config ds1"

-CL

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