AT&T BCM50 IP Phone User Manual

AT&T IP Flexible Reach Service
Nortel BCM50 Release 3.0 SIP Configuration Guide
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Figure 25: RTP Session Information
The BCM Monitor can be used to monitor incoming and outgoing trunks to
determine if trunks are being busy or if they are idle. The example below depicts
utilized lines used by local and remote telephone/DN numbers.
Figure 26: Line Monitor Information
The BCM Monitor can also be used to monitor all types of system usages. The
following are some parameters that can be monitored:
CPU utilization
Physical memory
Media card DSP utilization
IP sets and IP Trunks
Voice ports and media gateway usage
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