There will occasions where when the SQL database needs to be queried for a variety of purposes. Cisco Call Manager 8. Below is a list of some of the tables that are frequently accessed when looking into Phones, Devices and Directory Numbers. These tables and the fields that are in them are defined in CUCM 8. The output from this command is overwhelming so the next query will show more relevant information.
This only shows the table name and the table id. The table id field is linked to the foreign key see above fk in syscolums table. First, we will determine a unique identifier for the device table, in order to do that we will query the systables to find a unique id for the device table.
We know from the first example that the tabid is shared between systables and syscolumns. This example can be used to determine all the columns in any table once you have the tabid from the systables table. There are times when data is needed from columns in more than one table.
This is an example of how to write that query. Looking at the list of columns in enduser we see that one of them is userid. From the Commonly Used Terms table above we know that fk is just a link to a pkid in another table. In this query we: 1. Summarized tables with a prefix 2. Added the table prefix to the fields.
This method allows us to query fields from multiple tables. These prefixes tell the Informix DB which table to look in for that field.
This is a very important concept to understand as we build more complicated queries! We first need to determine how to identify IP Phones in the device table, in order to do that we look in the TypeProduct table. From the output we see that Cisco has a tkmodel of The field tkmodel can be found in several tables in the CUCM database.
The next command will look for the default load for the IP Phone. This information is in the defaults table. Sometimes you will have phones that are configured to use a different Phone Load than what is configured in Device Defaults.
In this example, we will list all of those phones and their associated users. The load information can be found in the specialloadinformation field of the device table. In this example, we will locate a specific DN in the numplan table.I am going to assume that the reader of this blog has some idea on what Structured Query Language SQL is and some of the basic syntax rules.
If not, then you may want to poke around this Informix resource. I myself am not a SQL guru by any stretch. I know more than someone who has never touched it but I am not the expert.
Anyway, shall we begin? Starting with CUCM 5. The dictionaries are in PDF format with basic hyperlinks. So they are not the most navigation friendly beasts but they are decent resources, particularly if you already have a good feel of the data structure from the Microsoft SQL days. A new dictionary is not published for each release of CUCM. They are published when the schema is changed in some significant way. If you want to get at a lot of data, really fast then you may want to check it out. Most of the time I find that the CUCM tables are pretty aptly named, even if you are surprised by what is in them.
For instance, IP phones are stored in the device table. Interestingly enough, you will also find Hunt Lists and Route Lists in the device table. From my point of view, there are basically three types of tables that you will need to deal with on a regular basis. One type is the standard object table like device or numplan.
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I place tables which contain the core data values of a particular object like a phone or a route pattern in this type. These tables contain for the most part easily recognizable names for a particular enumerator. A third type is the mapping table. A mapping table basically connects unique records from one table to unique records in another table. That is understating their purpose somewhat, but from a SQL query point of view you will use type tables mainly to resolve enumerator values to a human readable format.
An example would be nice I think. We will grab the device name, description field, and model type:. So, we grab three fields from the device table. The name field is the name of the device and it should be easily recognizable.
The description field is the description as configured in CCMAdmin. The tkmodel field is numeric ID that identifies the device type. Sure the description field gives it away but what exactly is tkmodel ? Hooray for us. What this query does is grab two fields from the device table and one field from the typeModel table. This is where we are telling the SQL interpreter to pull data from one table based on a data value in another. As you get more complex with your SQL queries you may very well use all of these at some point.
So, read up! Query 3 also provides a glimpse into the naming conventions used in the CUCM database tables. In the CUCM database the developers have done a good job of instituting a consistent naming convention. Once you get some practice in you will be able to figure out where to go intuitively.GitHub is home to over 50 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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In all honesty, it has been an absolute nightmare. Make sure you have it open as you work through my instructions, as I do reference the Cisco guide often there was no point in posting some of the same instructions in the Cisco guide.
The environment has a single instance of CUCM. Forest1 — ad. So we will deploy an LDS server in ad. Give the instance a name and description. Bare in mind you can run multiple instances on the same LDS server, each instance must have an unique name. Create an application directory. Enter whatever name that works for you. LDF boxes. Once the wizard completes its process and the instance is installed successfully, start ADSI Edit, connect to the instance and view the Application Directory Partition.
Modify depending on the attributes you need LDS to import on a per User account basis. As far as I understand, the purpose of this step is to add the particular attributes to the UserProxy class as optional attributes. I had to add them in manually. The process for adding the attributes manually is detailed in the next section.
LDF file you created earlier, other than the ones below, you will also need to add those attributes to the UserProxy class. Repeat this process for each of your domains. Install the config file for your first domain by running the following command modify for your environment. Saved configuration file. Now because we are syncing user objects from multiple domains into the same partition, when the aging run occurs it will remove all objects that belong to the other domains.
So each time you will need to first run the sync for the domain with aging in its config file set to 1, then run the sync for the other domains.
Finished successful synchronization run.X and later, but might work for earlier versions as well. The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared default configuration.
If your network is live, make sure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
The queries are written to find one association at a time in order to make them easier to understand. The query can be modified if you add the tkmodel number in order to list details for specific model IP Phones. Here is a query for IP Phone Model Note : Any field can be filtered to include only information that is desired.
For example, in oder to filter on DN, add this at the end of the query: where n. This query lists all entries that have a DN that begins with 8. These are the fields that can be added: d. Here is a query that is designed to list the device information and DNs with associated partitions. Note : All DNs that do not have a partition are not listed here.
As more tables are added in the query, it is easier to use joins. The previous query can also be written:. Note : Some other fields that provide useful information user readable and not PKIDs can be added to this query.
This query only provides information when the DN is in a partition. In order to include the ones in None Partition, enter:. These are the fields that can be added:. There are some other fields that provide useful information user readable and not PKIDs that can be added to this query. This lists all entries that have a DN that begins with 8. Contents Introduction. SQL Queries The queries are written to find one association at a time in order to make them easier to understand.
The previous query can also be written: run sql select d. In order to obtain the tkmodel value for all IP Phone Models, enter: run sql select name,tkmodel from TypeProduct Note : Any field can be filtered to include only information that is desired.
Find Phones that Have a Line-Level User Association Here is a query that is designed to find phones that have a line-level user association. In order to include the ones in None Partition, enter: run sql select eu. These are the fields that can be added: eu.
Find Phones that Do Not have a Line-Level User Association Here is a query that is designed to find phones that do not have a line-level user association. In order to include the ones in None Partition, enter: run sql select d. In order to obtain the tkmodel value for all IP Phone Models, enter: run sql select name,tkmodel from TypeProduct There are some other fields that provide useful information user readable and not PKIDs that can be added to this query.
Find Phones that Have a Device-Level User Association Here is a query that is designed to find phones that have a device-level user association.I find utils network capture to be a hugely valuable troubleshooting tool, especially when interacting with third party H.
If you've not done much of this yet, the command structure may seem a little awkward. It's nothing like IOS and can give many voice and network engineers pause when they first encounter it.
Delete Commands. Deletes an administrator account. Warning: Be cautious; ensure that you have known credentials for another admin. Deletes all messages that have been marked for future delivery; specific to CUC. Deletes the specified locale and all associated files; specific to CUC.
Delete the ip address for a DNS server. Deletes a DSCP port tag.
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Deletes all policies within a specified group. Deletes a policy with a specified name. Deletes a specific process.
Delete the SMTP host. File Commands. Deletes a file, or files. Deletes a tftp file. Deletes a tftp directory. Dumps the contents of a file to the screen. Specifies the list of files that can be dumped in the SFTP context and allows you to choose which file to dump. Dumps the contents of a specified file from TFTP.
Shows file fragmentation information about most fragmented SDI log files. Shows file fragmentation information about a specified SDI log file.
Shows file fragmentation information about all SDI log files in the directory. Shows file fragmentation information about most fragmented SDL log files. Shows file fragmentation information about a specified SDL log file. Shows file fragmentation information about all SDL log files in the directory. Sends a file to another system by using SFTP. Lists log files in an available log directory. Lists the partBsalog or salog directory. Lists TFTP files. Searches the content of a log and shows the matching lines a page at a time.
Searches the content of a TFTP file and shows the matching lines a page at a time.The change is that forward destination information i. The call forward destination information is now stored in the callforwarddynamic table.
So, to find out if a phone is call forwarding a line to a long distance location we do this in our health assessment, aka toll fraud possibly instead of:.
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