Does anyone know which QOS can be used to display the list of phones with their registered/unregistered status?
I don't think that is possible with the current version. You can see all the phones register by clicking the little button in top right but I don't think you can do anything with them. Not even copy to clipboard of course maybe they have a little sqllite db that stores it in the probe directory where you can pull from but I have not looked so I am just guessing.
I am not sure where nimsoft stores the phone list when you click the phone icon as I check the local sqllite db and I did not see it in there.
I'm asking support in regards to where they store the phone list. Will update if they respond.
I saw one of your dashboards for ucm which you have uploaded. May I know how you managed to get the list of registered phone?
There is a metric in the probe for registered phones and other station devices we monitor all publishers/subscribers for this, we typically alert if we lose a certain percentage which can be done with qos monitors. I just take this give it a custom qos which is probably not needed but then create the list view using this. This does not give you type of phones which you get in the 1.7 version of the probe with the little phone icon.
I am looking for a way to get an alarm if a phone unregisters. Would like to get the phone information as well. Doesn't look like this is something this probe will give me though. Seems that I can only alarm based on the number of registered phones.
Yea would have to be custom probe probably there is a call back in the UCM probe for phonelist which then shows if it's registered or unregistered so you may be able to get info you need like that.
how do I go about creating a custom probe? All I have done is used the probes from the archive
Can I use the RSP probe for that?
No a custom probe you can write in any language and then make it a probe by adding files to it. To do nimsoft callbacks you will need to use a supported language. I wrote a script to get phone info using LUA which is uploaded to the forum here you can take that as a starting point.
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