4 thoughts on - how to know how many calls are on hold

  • Hi
    Yes it show none until we accept the call but after receive the call and
    then we check the status is too complected.
    1) before answer the call

    **CLI> core show channels concise*
    SIP/200-00000007!office!200!1!Ringing!AppDial!(Outgoing
    Line)!200!!3!11!(None)!1305982734.7
    SIP/300-00000006!office!200!2!Up!Dial!SIP/200,45,tTrkK!300!!3!12!(None)!1305982734.6
    SIP/200-00000005!office!!1!Up!AppDial!(Outgoing
    Line)!200!!3!88!SIP/100-00000004!1305982658.5
    SIP/100-00000004!office!200!2!Up!Dial!SIP/200,45,tTrkK!100!!3!88!SIP/200-00000005!1305982658.4

    2) After answer the call (info is different due to different log info)

    SIP/200-00000003!office!!1!Up!
    AppDial!(Outgoing Line)!200!!3!35!SIP/300-00000002!1305981842.3
    SIP/300-00000002!office!200!2!Up!Dial!SIP/200,45,tTrkK!300!!3!36!SIP/200-00000003!1305981841.2
    SIP/200-00000001!office!!1!Up!AppDial!(Outgoing
    Line)!200!!3!77!SIP/100-00000000!1305981800.1
    SIP/100-00000000!office!200!2!Up!Dial!SIP/200,45,tTrkK!100!!3!77!SIP/200-00000001!1305981800.0

    Please help me on that.

  • If they are SIP channels you can use: sip show inuse The last column
    are calls on hold.

    Ryan