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Is it possible to do a debug sip stack messages user <phone #> on a 3430?

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Hello All,

I am currently working on a NetVanta 3430.

My question is simple, I want to run a SIP debug on a particular number.

Does the 3430 offer that?

I know generally it is debug sip stack messages but I was wondering if there is something line debug sip stack messages user 2558645875, to where it would only track logs related to the phone number 2558645875.

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Re: Is it possible to do a debug sip stack messages user <phone #> on a 3430?

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Yes. You need to specify whether you want to debug messages to or from that number, or you can specify both on two separate lines. The number can be either a local number or one out in the wild.

debug sip stack messages to 2558645875

debug sip stack messages from 2558645875

You can also use ? completion to see what options are available for any command.

debug sip stack messages ?

will return a list of all of the possible command options for debug sip stack messages .

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Re: Is it possible to do a debug sip stack messages user <phone #> on a 3430?

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Yes. You need to specify whether you want to debug messages to or from that number, or you can specify both on two separate lines. The number can be either a local number or one out in the wild.

debug sip stack messages to 2558645875

debug sip stack messages from 2558645875

You can also use ? completion to see what options are available for any command.

debug sip stack messages ?

will return a list of all of the possible command options for debug sip stack messages .

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Re: Is it possible to do a debug sip stack messages user <phone #> on a 3430?

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Thank you Jayh.. That was what I was looking for.

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