16.6 Learned Route Monitoring in Cisco Unified Communications Manager

This topic describes how to monitor learned routes in Cisco Unified Communications Manager.

  • SAF-learned routes are not displayed in route plan reports and cannot be viewed from Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration.
  • Cisco Unified Real-Time Monitoring Tool must be used.

The figure shows how to display the SAF-learned routes in Cisco IOS Software. Note that only a call agent can interpret SAF service data; SAF forwarders cannot interpret SAF service data. Therefore, this command works only on Cisco IOS routers that are internal SAF clients as well as SAF forwarders.

The output shows two types of patterns: extensions (with a ToDID) that were learned from a device other than a Cisco IOS device, and global patterns, which include a + sign and no ToDID information (most likely advertised by another Cisco IOS internal client).

Learned Route Monitoring in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express

This section describes how to monitor learned routes in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express.

BR2#show voice saf dndb all
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Last successful DB update @  2010:03:12 16:03:27:838

   ******** Private Dialplan Partition ********

Pattern - 2XXX
  Primary Trunk-Route(s) ID       : 273 274
  Alias-Route(s) Prefix/Strip-Len : +498952121/0

Pattern - 3XXX
  Primary Trunk-Route(s) ID       : 270 269
  Alias-Route(s) Prefix/Strip-Len : +44228822/0

   ******** Global (E164) Dialplan Partition ********

Pattern - +4420!
  Trunk-Route(s) ID               : 271 272

Pattern - +16505051234
  Trunk-Route(s) ID               : 270 269

The figure shows how to display the SAF-learned routes in Cisco IOS Software. Note that only a call agent can interpret SAF service data; SAF forwarders cannot interpret SAF service data. Therefore, this command works only on Cisco IOS routers that are internal SAF clients as well as SAF forwarders.

The output shows two types of patterns: extensions (with a ToDID) that were learned from a device other than a Cisco IOS device, and global patterns, which include a + sign and no ToDID information (most likely advertised by another Cisco IOS internal client).