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how to find total number of PRI's

how to find total number of PRI's

how to find total number of PRI's

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

thank you very much for your help

RE: how to find total number of PRI's

Also "list config ds1"


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