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What is the command to show where the station is bridged too.

What is the command to show where the station is bridged too.

What is the command to show where the station is bridged too.

(OP)
What is the command again cause i forgot to show where the extension is bridged to and connected too. I have already used Status station, and list trace. I just cant remember the one that shows everything on where its bridged to and connected too. Any help will be appreciated.

RE: What is the command to show where the station is bridged too.

li br "the extension number of known station that is bridged".

Like "list bridged-extensions 31123".  

BRIDGED EXTENSIONS

                 Ext            Principal's Buttons

                 39995           1

RE: What is the command to show where the station is bridged too.

The command you are searching for is:

list bridged-extensions [number of station]

RE: What is the command to show where the station is bridged too.

(OP)
Thanks..

RE: What is the command to show where the station is bridged too.

You can use lis usa ext xxxxx

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