lelio at uoguelph
May 29, 2012, 12:07 PM
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we use syslog for this.
Re: Monitor registration/re-registration on a selected device in RTMT???
you can dump your callmanager syslog setting to a syslog server, then, in conjunction with something like SEC (simple event correlator) you can set up alarms and stuff. it's quite powerful. and free.
Splunk is also supposed to have some neat filtering tools as well. I heard they recently added realtime alerts vs timed alerts, so they might be a better option depending on cost.
ok, so not RTMT, but i think it will do what you're asking.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Reimers" <treimers [at] ashevillenc>
To: cisco-voip [at] puck
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2012 2:51:01 PM
Subject: [cisco-voip] Monitor registration/re-registration on a selected device in RTMT???
Hi all –
Is it possible to monitor a selected device (an ATA in this case)
I’ve figured out how to monitor a given line, but this line shows on several devices, and I’m only interested in the one ATA where one of the appearances is..
I need to see if a particular device is registering and re-registering -
Or any other evidence that would exist to show that this device has been falling off and climbing back onto the network….
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