We all know that sometimes we need to see the packets. Often however, getting a packet capture in the right place, or spanning the right VLAN’s, can take time. To make capturing packets easier, many Cisco products allow packet captures to be done directly on the devices. This is a handy reference to "how to" documents for Cisco products that support packet capture.
On Cisco IOS, there is Enhanced Packet Capture (EPC):
On the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM), Unity Connection (UC), Cisco Unified Presence Server (CUP), and Unified Contact Center Express (UCCX), packets can be captured on the Command Line Interface (CLI):
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