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signaling

Syntax

signaling {b2b trace-level;b2b-wrapper trace-level;minimum trace-level;policy trace-level;sip-stack-wrapper trace-level;topology-hiding trace-level;ua trace-level;}

Hierarchy Level

[edit services border-signaling-gateway gateway gateway-name traceoptions flag]

Release Information

Statement introduced in JUNOS Release 9.4.

Description

Configure trace options for the signaling component of the BSG.

Default

warning

Options

b2b trace-level—Trace options for the signaling component that implements the b2b logic (translating between dialogs, associating dialogs, creating new downstream dialogs, and so on).

b2b-wrapper trace-level—Trace options for entry and exit to the BSG signaling application.

minimum trace-level—Minimum trace level for all signaling messages.

policy trace-level—Trace options for the signaling component that applies policies for call admission, routing decisions, security settings, and so on.

sip-stack-wrapper trace-level—Trace options for the glue layer that receives events from the SIP stack and forwards them to the application and, conversely, receives events from the application and forwards them to the SIP stack.

topology-hiding trace-level—Trace options for the signaling component that hides the network topology of a network by CONTACT replacement and removal or modification of certain headers.

ua trace-level—Trace options for the signaling subcomponent that handles RECEIVE messages.

trace-level—Trace level options are related to the severity of the event being traced. When you choose a trace level, messages at that level and higher levels are captured. Enter one of the following trace levels as the trace-level:

  • debug—Logging of all code flow of control.
  • trace—Logging of program trace START, EXIT macros.
  • info—Summary logs for normal operations e.g. the policy decisions made for a call.
  • warning—Failure-recovery or failure of an external entity.
  • error—Failure with short-term effect, such as failed processing of a single call.

Required Privilege Level

interface—To view this statement in the configuration.

interface-control—To add this statement to the configuration.


Published: 2010-04-28

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