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The request global command is available from both System-level and Configure CLI modes.

To initiate action on global object, use following command syntax.

> request global 
    callCountReset
    callTrace action command start
    dnsClearCache
    mediaCapture disabledByGcid gcid <0-2147483647> 
    siprec
        startRecord
            gcid <0-2147483647>
            callLeg
                egress
                ingress
            srsIpAddress <SRS IP ADDRESS>
            srsPort <SRS PORT>
            transport <tcp | udp>
            trunkGroup <TRUNK GROUP NAME>
        stopRecord gcid <0-2147483647>
   terminateCall GCID <0-2147483647>

Table : request global Parameters

 

Parameter

Description

global

Global objects applicable node-wide.

callCountReset

This object resets all statistics counts to zero.

callTrace

Call Trace Group configuration for the Node. Use this parameter to restart call trace when it is halted due to MaxTrigger or some other reason. Full syntax is:

> request global callTrace action command start

Note

This command is only exposed after a callTrace configuration is performed. If no entries are present in the callTrace, this command is not available from CLI.

dnsClearCache
Clear the full DNS cache.
mediaCapture

Reset call count for media capture with following arguments:

  • disabledByGcid
  • gcid <gcid#> (range: 0-2147483647)
sipRec

Use this object to start/stop recording for the specified call.

  • startRecord
    • gcid – GCID of call to start recording.
    • callLeg Call leg associated with this recording session.
      • egress
      • ingress
    • gcid <0-2147483647> – GCID of call to start recording.
    • srsIpAddress – IP address of the Recording Server.
    • srsPort – UDP Port of the Recording Server.
    • transport – Select the transport protocol over which to send the SIPREC INVITE.
      • tcp
      • udp (default)
    • trunkGroup  – Name of the SIPREC trunk group associated with this recording session.
  • stopRecord
    • gcid – GCID of call to stop recording.

Note

The SIPREC feature is controlled by a system-wide SBC license (SBC-SIPREC). If the license is not available, any SIPREC recording returned by a PSX is ignored.

Note

To support SIPREC INVITE over TCP, the sipSigPort configured in this zone must have transportProtocolsAllowed set to "sip-tcp". (Refer to Zone - SIP Sig Port - CLI).

 

Note

 When SIPREC is selected as the Recorder Type, and Recording Type is selected as “both legs” and “all legs”, the SBC by default records the ingress leg.

terminateCall

Terminates call based on the specified Global Call Identifier (GCID). 

  • GCID <gcid #>

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