How to use “Conditional Logging” on the Acme Packet SBC12 Mar 2015 #acme packet #sbc #sip
With the relase of Acme Packet OS 7.x one of the most useful new features is
This is similar to
debug output in a log file without having to enable full debug, which can drain CPU on just about any system. By setting a
condition (or set of conditions) the SBC will capture the interesting traffic to a log file.
The Advanced Logging feature was created using Session Plugin Language (SPL). For those not familiar with SPL it is a
LUA based scripting language for the SBC. SPL provides an easy way to expand the SBC’s capabilities.
By adding the additional line below only calls
from 4045551212 that route
to 7815551212 will be logged.
When finished it is recommended to
disable advanced-logging using
spl stop sip advanced-logging
It is possible to create different Advanced Logging profiles so they may be easily reused at another time without manually entering complex strings each time logging is enabled.
The following are the advanced-logging options which may be set.