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Realtime SBC Logs

Discussion in 'Ideas' started by llondono, Dec 4, 2015.

  1. llondono

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    Have some kind of realtime monitoring like the server event logs where you can see real time if the requests of rebooting and all the other information is passing through the sbc or not. I am having an issue right now where I cannot reboot/reprovision my yealink phones through the management console I have to login to the web page of the phone and auto provision through there.
     
  2. eddv123

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    Closest you would get with the SBC (Linux and Raspi) would be by using the following:

    Goto the 3cxsbc.conf which can be found if you navigate to: C:\ProgramData\3CXSBC\3cxsbc.conf

    Change the DEBUG to VERBOSE then run the below commands:

    1) Edit file /etc/3cxsbc.config and uncomment the # File section.
    2) Stop the 3cxsbc service (service 3cxsbc stop)
    3) Stop the rsyslog service (service rsyslog stop)
    4) Delete file ls -l /var/log/ (rm /var/log/3cxsbc.log)
    5) Recreate /var/log/3cxsbc.log (touch /var/log/3cxsbc.log)
    6) Start the rsyslog service (service rsyslog start)
    7) Start the 3cxsbc service (service 3cxsbc start

    You can tail -f the logs so that it saves to a txt file - your SD card should be fine to support this.