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Note

The following section is only applicable to the DSC 8000. For more information, see Limitations for DSC Platforms.

The LSL Channel and H110 Signaling Channel debug level is configured using the MTP3 UI utilities (see Configuring Linksets) by setting the Level 2 Debug Level attributes for each link in an SS7 linkset. When you set the required debug level for a specific link in an SS7 linkset, the LSL Channel Logging and H110 Signaling Channel Logging screens display the appropriate values.

Caution

Debug logging is useful for troubleshooting purposes, but excessive logging can cause communication delays and are not recommended for normal operations.

The following table provides the attribute mapping between the MTP2 and MTP3 Web UI utilities.

Table : Mapping Between Debug Level Setting (MTP3) and Attribute Setting (MTP2)

Debug Level Setting in MTP3 Web UI Attribute Setting in MTP2 Web UI
0

Message Transfer Part Level 3 Application Programming Interface (MTP3 API) - NOT_LOGGED

Link Status Signal Unit (LSSU) - NOT_LOGGED

FISU and MSU - NOT_LOGGED

1

MTP3 API  - LOGGED

LSSU - NOT_LOGGED

Fill-In Signal Unit (FISU) and Message Signal Unit (MSU) - NOT LOGGED

2

MTP3 API - LOGGED

LSSU  - LOGGED

FISU and MSU - NOT LOGGED

3

MTP3 API - LOGGED

LSSU - LOGGED

FISU and MSU - LOGGED

To view the LSL Channel Logging Configuration

  1. From the Main Menu, click the required I/O card on the DSC image (in this example, slot 10).

  2. Click the required I/O card.

  3. Click Logging Configuration.

To view the H110 Signaling Channel Logging Configuration

  1. From the Main Menu, click  the required I/O card on the DSC image (in this example, slot 10).

  2. Click the required I/O card.

  3. Click the required LSL Channel.

  4. Click the required LSL H110 channel.

  5. Click LSL H110 Channel Logging.
          

 

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