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[Archive] WLC] How to enable Ascom VoWIFI phone traces

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Article ID: KB27676 KB Last Updated: 10 Oct 2020Version: 2.0
Summary:
This article explains how to enable the internal traces that an Ascom phone is capable of providing for debug purposes.
Symptoms:
While troubleshooting VoWIFI issues, it is sometimes necessary to view the issue from the phone's perspective. The internal traces are an appropriate starting point.
Solution:

edit template window
  1. To enable tracing, open WinPDM and edit the template that is currently used in the network.

  2. Go to Device > Log and modify the Value field of the Syslog parameter to be On.

  3. Enter the IP address of the syslog server.



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  5. When finished, re-deploy the template on the phones.


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A trace depicting a successful connection of the phone looks like this:

Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 Log Started
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - DHCP enabled
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - System status: No network
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - Configuring WLAN driver
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - ESSID: Concentra-Voice (length: 15)
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - Voice power save mode: U-APSD
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - Setting WLAN power mode: active
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - Security mode: WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - Association: WPA / WPA2
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - Authentication: PSK
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - Encryption: TKIP / AES-CCMP
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - WLAN driver Configured
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - System status: No access
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - IP-Address: 10.144.125.9
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - i62 Talker - Version: 3.4.6 - Power on
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - AP: f8:c0:01:a2:d1:01 - RSSI: -64 - WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK - Success
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - Battery level: 4119 mV
Apr 09 09:19:07 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - AP: f8:c0:01:a2:d1:01 - RSSI: -65 - Channel: 36 - QoS: WMM - DSCP voice: 0x2e signaling: 0x1a
Apr 09 09:19:08 10.144.125.9 0 Mac: 00:01:3e:11:7a:65 - System status: Ok
Modification History:
2020-10-10: Archived article.
 
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