It is not yet in the database, P25 portion of the system is not in full service. I am trying to get the info correct prior to publication.
Motorola P25 system, simulcast over many sites using several site IDs. I ran Unitrunker on it using the data output on a 996XT. The display on the 996XT showed D14-125 while Unitrunker also shows System ID D14, it reports 001-025 as the Site ID.
As you can see it's all a matter of displaying the same data in different ways, but strictly speaking, Unitrunker is the "most" correct (for purposes of identifying each component in the system). The 996XT is trying to show you all the info in a limited display. There are four parts to the identification - the WACN (a five-digit hex ID, often BEE00 as a default), the system ID (a three-digit hex value, in your case D14), the RFSS (RF Subsystem - fancy name for 'zone' in a multi-site system, more or less) number (2-digit decimal, in your case, 01), and the site number (2-digit decimal, in your case, 25).
There's actually a few systems in the RRDB that have incorrect data due to these differences in how the scanner displays the info. I don't know the exact specs of the P25 standard, but my understanding is that RFSSs and sites should only be two digits long (i.e. 01-99). So any system you see in the RRDB where the site is listed as "125" etc., is wrong - and most likely site 25 in RFSS 01.