CUCM/CUC – Tweak Maximum Number of Rows Per Page

CUCM or CUC – Tweak Maximum Number of Rows Per Page

Sometimes we urge to see the maximum number of configuration to be presented in CUCM but there is a limit that configuration can be shown between 50 to 250 devices per page. For example – There are 1500 IP Phones configured in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and we can see maximum of device up to 250 in 1 Page and to see another set of 250 IP Phones, we need to move to next page. We can’t see all the 1500 IP Phones in one single page. To view more than 250 devices in single page, you can tweak using the below.

Let’s tweak it with below given example – 

We have a Cisco Unified Communications Manager which has 1122 devices configured.  Now we can see that only 50 IP Phones can be displayed.
Now let’s change the value from 50 to 250 and see if the maximum value of configuration to be shown changes to 250.
Now let’s tweak and see all 1122 records in a single page. Check below.
Yay! We can see all 1122 records in one single page.

Now the question is that, how did we do that? The Answer is –

  • Once you login to Cisco Unified Communications Manager > Go to Device > Click on Find
  • Change the value of Rows per page from 25 (Default) to any value like 50, 100, 150, 200 or 250.  We will change it to 100.
  • As soon as the value is changed, the page will be refreshed
  • Now look at the URL and you will find the url link similar to – https://x.x.x.x/ccmadmin/
  • Now you need to change the value from rowsPerPage=100 to  rowsPerPage=1122 and hit enter.
  • Now you will be able to see all the 1122 records in one single page.

It’s simple but very useful trick.

Note: If you tweak the rows per page parameter above 250 rows per page, it may spike your hardware resources.
Hope this helps!

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3 Responses

  1. Antonio says:

    Hi Avi, thanks for guide!! this trik is very helpfull for daybyday working with Cisco UC Product….but Now arriving a bed news, it seems that the “ack” is not almost possibile for CUCm version 14. Do you have try with this release? Is there a new “version” (or other trick) to workaround the limitation?

    Thanks guy and have a great day!


  2. Sean says:

    This no longer works from 12.5 onwards

  3. Emilio says:

    I think this doesn’t work in CUCM version 12.5

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