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Report on Trunks

Report on Trunks

Report on Trunks

I know therre is an "All Trunks Busy" report that tells you how many seconds all trunks in a specific trunk group were busy,   but I am wondering if there is a report or a way to report on the peak percent of trunks that were busy per half hour. (not seconds all trunks were busy).
Any ideas?

RE: Report on Trunks

The only way we ever managed any reporting of this nature was to pull the trunk data into an offline database and massage the data in there.  With the data off of the switch, you're free to do more cpu intensive complex joins and analysis that would otherwise risk overloading the switch processor.

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