General Presentation

NumPlanEditor tool allows you to display your num plan state. You can display a range of numbers and clearly see if a number is free (green) or occupied (Orange). NumPlanEditorinterface looks like :

ToiP Tools Num Plan Editor screenshotToiP Tools Num Plan Editor screenshot


Here you have the prerequisites for NumPlanEditor :

ToiP Tools Num Plan Editor

ToiP Tools Num Plan Editor – Prerequisites and network diagram

You have to :
  • Check at least one server has the service « Cisco AXL Web Service » running. This is one of these servers you have to specify in the parameters
  • Have or create a user  (« End User » or « Application User ») with the right to make AXL requests on your cluster. It must have the « Standard AXL API Access » role. For example, the CCMAdministrator might have this role
  • HTTPS connectivity from the PC/Server executing this tool towards the CallManager Server specified in the application.

There is a « Test » Button on the application to help you to check these prerequisites. This button opens a new window proposing you two simple tests. The first one try to connect to the AXL CallManager URL (auth with the user specified in the parameters). The second test sends a simple AXL request (asks the CUCM version). Those two tests must be OK to run NumPlanEditorproperly :

ToiP Tools Num Plan Editor Tests ResultToiP Tools Num Plan Editor Tests

 How does it work?

Once the parameters are validated with the tests, you can specify a range to display: enter a start number and an end number. We advise you not to display a very large range of numbers (less than 10000 numbers); it will works but it might be very slow. Try with a small range to begin (around 500 numbers) in order to test you response latency. The « Show Range » button will start the display. The response speed depends on you range size, you network or you CallManager latency.

Once the range is displayed, you can drag you mouse on orange numbers to display their description.

NumPlan Editor (355 downloads)