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Interpret CallLogs

Hi,

does anybody know an application they is able to interpret the Calllogs Tracefiles?

Open these files with notepad or any other text editor application is not user friendly.

Best regards

Stefan

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Beginner

I used Triple Combo tool before. Unfortunately, it seems the webpage was shutdown or something, since I'am receving error 404.

The link was: http://www.employees.org/~tiryaki/tc/

You can still see the the cached webpage from Google.

I could upload the program later (if I can find it in my old notebook).

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Hi Tomas,

when i`m using Tripel Combo the result is that this tool can not interpret the Calllog files.

Maybe i`m using it in a wrong way.

Best regards

Stefan

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Cisco Employee

Hello

Have you tried translatorX .
http://translatorx.cisco.com


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Hi Nadeem,

the first choise was to use translatorX but i`m getting the error

No Q931 or H225 message found in calllogs_XXXXXXXXX

Can you advise me how to interpret the files with translatorX.

Best regards

Stefan

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does that logs contain the q.931/h225 messages while capturing? did you try to filter with Q.931/h225?

can you please attach the logs.

Br,
Nadeem 

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Hi Nadeem,

The logs does not contain such messages as Q931 H225.

The trace file i have fetched via RTMT --> Traces --> Callmanager from the CUCM 9.1.2

Since CUCM version 8.5 or 8.6, i can´t remember, the calllogs are always part of the SDL or SDI logs, but as a seperat file.

Here are a short snip of the content,

2013/10/23 16:43:06.221|CC|SETUP|26994965|26994971|0035202510528|3700|991009

2013/10/23 16:43:06.227|CC|OFFERED|26994965|26994971|0035202510528|3700|991009|10.112.72.6|UCCXp_991009

2013/10/23 16:43:06.229|CC|RELEASE|26994969|0|0

2013/10/23 16:43:09.050|CC|SETUP|26994972|26994973|0017620252087|2272|2272

2013/10/23 16:43:09.056|CC|OFFERED|26994972|26994973|0017620252087|2272|2272|10.112.72.6|SEPB4A4E3D65886

2013/10/23 16:43:15.611|CC|RELEASE|26994957|26994958|16

2013/10/23 16:43:17.978|CC|RELEASE|26994965|26994971|16

2013/10/23 16:43:24.807|CC|SETUP|26994974|26994977|0062171880767|4222|2282

2013/10/23 16:43:24.812|CC|OFFERED|26994974|26994977|0062171880767|4222|2282|10.112.72.6|SEP08D09F9E68CA

2013/10/23 16:43:34.124|CC|REJECT|26994960|26994961|1483|||1

2013/10/23 16:43:46.471|CC|RELEASE|26994947|26994954|16

2013/10/23 16:44:17.167|CC|SETUP|26994982|26994983|003741404382|4700|4700

2013/10/23 16:44:17.173|CC|OFFERED|26994982|26994983|003741404382|4700|4700|10.112.72.6|AFH_BRD

2013/10/23 16:44:17.182|CC|SETUP|26994982|26994985|003741404382|4700|991007

2013/10/23 16:44:17.187|CC|OFFERED|26994982|26994985|003741404382|4700|991007|10.112.72.6|UCCXp_991007

2013/10/23 16:44:17.189|CC|RELEASE|26994983|0|0

2013/10/23 16:44:19.160|CC|REJECT|26994978|26994979|1483|||1

2013/10/23 16:44:20.116|CC|RELEASE|26994986|26994987|16

2013/10/23 16:44:23.684|CC|RELEASE|26994982|26994985|16

2013/10/23 16:44:38.155|CC|RELEASE|26994974|26994977|16

2013/10/23 16:44:38.876|CC|RELEASE|26994972|26994973|16

2013/10/23 16:45:05.259|CC|REJECT|26994988|26994989|1483|||1

2013/10/23 16:45:30.216|CC|SETUP|26994994|26994997|001727595485|2277|4000

2013/10/23 16:45:30.223|CC|OFFERED|26994994|26994997|001727595485|2277|4000|10.112.72.6|CiscoVM2-VI1

2013/10/23 16:45:33.404|CC|RELEASE|26994994|26994997|16

2013/10/23 16:45:50.310|CC|REJECT|26994991|26994992|1483|||1

2013/10/23 16:45:52.630|CC|SETUP|26995000|26995001|005119088873|99961|99961

2013/10/23 16:45:52.636|CC|OFFERED|26995000|26995001|005119088873|99961|99961|10.112.72.8|Caseris

2013/10/23 16:45:52.637|SIPT|26995001|TCP|OUT|10.112.72.4|5060|Caseris|10.112.12.66|5060|1,100,12,120.1^*^*|1106311|cf229580-2671e120-4d0-448700a@10.112.72.4|INVITE

2013/10/23 16:45:52.642|SIPT|26995001|TCP|IN|10.112.72.4|5060|Caseris|10.112.12.66|60224|1,100,13,25500.2^10.112.12.66^*|1106312|cf229580-2671e120-4d0-448700a@10.112.72.4|100 Trying

Best regards

Stefan

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Hello

From Call Manager 9.0 onwards, There is a new concept of CUCM traces called interleave tracing. The SDI and SDL traces have been combined into one file for various reason and aspect. The look and feel of these traces is similar to SDL yet there are several things that one needs to get used  to while reading traces in this version. Traces for the CUCM are now  only written to the SDL folder / filers. There will be no SDI traces  available seperately.

Since there is no messages/call information contain in the call logs of q.931 and h225 this tool will give you an error. Try capture the logs again and check the information and then try to open with this tool again.

Br,
Nadeem 

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