Logging Events Settings

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Specific Events

You can enable or disable logging on a subsystem level (available subsystems are shown below):

  • Change all log levels to: This dropdown can be used to globally change the level of log messages that will be included in the logfile. The range is from 0 to 9. Level 0 includes only critical messages, while level 9 shows all the available log messages of the system. Log level 9 should be used only for troubleshooting, as it creates additional load for the system and may generate extremely large log files.
  • Log general events: These events are of general interest, for example, information about the working directory.
  • Log SIP events: Events in this module relate to the SIP traffic of the system.
  • Log media events: The system reports events about media processing, for example, a one-way audio RTP timeout.
  • Log IVR events: This module logs events related to processing user input (e.g., all DTMF events, including the auto attendant and the mailbox).
  • Log email events: If you want to troubleshoot the email server interaction, turn this module on so that you’ll see SMTP events.
  • Log webserver events: This module logs all HTTP-related material, including HTTP-based plug and play.
  • Log webclient events: This module logs all HTTP client related material, such as sending out HTTP requests out, in the case of CDRs, as well as HTTP/SOAP-related material).
  • Log registration events: When a device registers or deregisters, it appears in this module.
  • Log SNMP events: SNMP events occur when an external SNMP agent requests information from the system (see also page 58).
  • Log trunk events: Log events are related to trunks (e.g., when a trunk registers for the first time or when an inbound trunk calls).
  • Log SOAP events: This subsystem deals with SOAP input and output.
  • Log TFTP and PnP events: This module includes events related to the built-in TFTP server. It also includes information related to plug and play.
  • Log TLS events: This module logs TLS-related messages in the log file.
  • Log LDAP Events: This module logs address book look-ups.
  • Log configuration events: This module logs all events related to account creation, deletion, and modification.
  • Analyze audio levels (CPU intense!): This feature measures the audio levels on a call leg. The volume is measured in decibels (dB) relative to the maximum volume (0 dB is maximum loudness).