How track event via telnet?

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Released on : 2018-6-2 03:47:48   Latest reply:2018-06-13 00:55:45
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I want to track different call states via telnet (incomming call, status of ringing, etc.). How can I do that?


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Alecksy  Novice   Released on 2018-6-4 22:32:58 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Can you please tell me for which devices do you need the information along with the firmware version to be able to give you the exact commands you seek.
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BaDoS Released on 2018-6-4 23:23
I'm sorry. It's my mistake . I need it for Huawei TX50 with firmware V600R006C10SPC300.  
BaDoS     Released on 2018-6-4 23:24:07 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by Alecksy at 2018-6-4 22:32Can you please tell me for which devices do you need the information along with the firmware version ...

I'm sorry. It's my mistake . I need it for Huawei TX50 with firmware V600R006C10SPC300.
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Mary_UCC     Released on 2018-6-5 18:05:35 Helpful(1) Helpful(1)

hi @BaDoS, I am not sure either there is a command you can run to show the information you desire, however, you can try the below:

mc callstate - Displays the call status, that is, whether the endpoint is in a conference.

you can also try:

mc confinfo - which will display the conference information
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BaDoS     Released on 2018-6-5 21:17:24 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by Mary_UCC at 2018-6-5 18:05 hi @BaDoS, I am not sure either there is a command you can run to show the information you desire, h ...
hi,
I tested this commands. But they doesn't enable state monitoring, only view the state once after command sending. And they doesn't view incomming call state.
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Mihnea  Adept   Released on 2018-6-6 01:08:05 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hi @BaDoS.

Can you please clarify what exactly do you mean by enable state monitoring ? By applying the above commands presented by my colleague Mary you will see in which type of call is the endpoint involved in (point to point or multipoint call). If you would like to check the call status while the endpoint is involved in a call like audio and video rate sent; conference parameters and so on (like you have on the web interface of the endpoint under Call Status) you can use the below.

TE40&50_DM81680_A8-> mc loclist 1

★ Site[1] CallType[H323]:

----------------------------CallInfo------------------------------
Dir = 1 BDW = 2048 CIndex = 5 E1Port = 255
Used = 1 Join = 1 State = 3 IsMcu = 0 accept = 0
SwhM = 0 SwhA = 0 Port = 0 VG = 0 MultiMode = 0
H235 = 2 Srtp = 0 RcdType = 1 MType = 1 bRcdServer= 0 ;
StartTime=2018_6_5 18:56:31 IP = SiteName=555123 RcdName=555123 E164=555123 H323ID=
Recall = 0 MainFCBdw=2048 AuxFCBdw=0 MainFCBefVid=65535 AuxFCBefVid=65535
AutoSendH239 = 0, Nowtime = 1528217839, Starttime = 1528217792 ScreenPos=0
AutoDownInfo: MainRcvReqIsUsed=0, MainRcvReqBdw=0, AuxRcvReqIsUsed=0, AuxRcvReqBdw=0
Main: CryptoType=0, Ssrc=0, ForbidRtpLostDianose = 0

--------------------------ConfInfo----------------------------
IsChair = 0, IsSetViewSrc = 0, ViewSiteNum = 0, Quiet = 0, Mute = 1
IsIVRWelcome = 0, BannerStatus = 0, PromptStatus = 0, BottomStatus = 0
ImsConfInfo: ConferenceId = , Url = , TerminalId = , ErrText =
CommonCapTime = 2

--------------------------CodeInfo--------------------------------
RemMainIReq = 5 LocMainEncIRsp = 4 LocMainSiteIRsp = 0 LocMainVidRemIReq = 0 MainEncIInd = 0 MainSiteIInd = 0
RemAuxIReq = 0 LocAuxEncIRsp = 0 LocAuxSiteIRsp = 0 LocAuxVidRemIReq = 0 AuxEncIInd = 0 AuxSiteIInd = 0
MPSiteNum = 255 LastSeeSite = 255 MainSrcSiteNum = 0 H239SrcSiteNum = 255 MainEncID = 1 H239EncID = 0
MainDecID = 1 H239DecID = 0

--------------------------DebugInfo--------------------------------
uwMediaCtrlErr = 0

--------------------------stSLCtrlInfo----------------------------
- ucIsEnableSL =0
- ucSLMcLayoutDflt =17
- ucSLMcLayout =17
- ucIsSelfInMulti =0
- ucIsAuxInMulti =0

--------------------------MultiPicInfo----------------------------
MPSiteNum = 255 MPStrmType = 0 MPMode= 0 SubPicMode= 0 IsAutoSet= 1
IsAddEdgeFlag = 0 AddEdgeSubImgNo = 0 IsMPSame=0
Index[ 0] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 1] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 2] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 3] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 4] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 5] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 6] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 7] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 8] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[ 9] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[10] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[11] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[12] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[13] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0
Index[14] SubPicType= 0 SubPicViPort= 0 SubPicSiteNum=255 SubPicStrm= 0

-------------------------Logic Chan Info--------------------------
-- Aud_In : Rate=64k, M=0, D=0, Str=0, Double=1,Prtl=G.722_64K, Payload=0, Profile=0, AudioMute=0.
FEC=(0,0,0), SEC=(0,0,0,0), RfcNum=0, Role=0, MBPS=0, FS=0,ChnFR=(0,0)[0],h235=0, SRTP=0, Feild=0
Realtime: Rate=64000 bps, Max=64000; Lost=0/1000(0), Delay=0, Max=0, TIP=0, TIPEnc=0, TIPFlag=0
MP=0, RemLayout=[0,0,0]
-- Aud_Out: Rate=64k, M=0, D=1, Str=0, Double=1,Prtl=G.722_64K, Payload=0, Profile=0, AudioMute=0.
FEC=(0,0,0), SEC=(0,0,0,0), RfcNum=0, Role=0, MBPS=0, FS=0,ChnFR=(0,0)[0],h235=0, SRTP=0, Feild=0
Realtime: Rate=64000 bps, Max=64000; Lost=0/1000(0), Delay=0, Max=0, TIP=0, TIPEnc=0, TIPFlag=0
MP=0, RemLayout=[0,0,0]
-- Vid_In : Rate=960k, M=1, D=0, Str=0, Double=0,Prtl=H.264_720p[64, 71], Payload=106.
FEC=(0,0,0), SEC=(0,0,0,1), RfcNum=0, Role=0, MBPS=231, FS=15,ChnFR=(30,30)[30],h235=0, SRTP=0, Feild=0
Realtime: Rate=2160 bps, Max=357336; Lost=0/1000(0), Delay=0, Max=0, TIP=0, TIPEnc=0, TIPFlag=0
MP=0, RemLayout=[0,0,0]
RT Prtl=H.264_720p, Frame=30, Feild=0
-- Vid_Out: Rate=1008k, M=1, D=1, Str=0, Double=0,Prtl=H.264_720p[64, 71], Payload=105.
FEC=(0,0,0), SEC=(0,0,0,1), RfcNum=0, Role=0, MBPS=230, FS=15,ChnFR=(30,30)[30],h235=0, SRTP=0, Feild=0
Realtime: Rate=2160 bps, Max=204776; Lost=0/1000(0), Delay=51, Max=0, TIP=0, TIPEnc=0, TIPFlag=0
MP=0, RemLayout=[0,0,0]
RT Prtl=H.264_720p, Frame=29, Feild=0

*TE40&50_DM81680_A8->


Regarding the incoming call status please be informed that there is no such command to check this information.

For more information related to MC module debug commands please see the conference sub-system debug commands:

http://support.huawei.com/hedex/ ... pic_0067400676.html

Please clarify the above and we will gladly provide our assistance.
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Mary_UCC     Released on 2018-6-6 15:23:40 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by Mihnea at 2018-6-5 20:08 Hi @BaDoS. Can you please clarify what exactly do you mean by enable state monitoring ? By applying ...
great Mihnea thank you for completation
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BaDoS     Released on 2018-6-6 18:53:28 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

This post was last edited by BaDoS at 2018-6-6 18:54.
Posted by Mihnea at 2018-6-6 01:08Hi @BaDoS. Can you please clarify what exactly do you mean by enable state monitoring ? By applying  ...

Hi @Mihnea. 

If I use this commands I must send them every second for example, to monitor the status of calls normally. And I can't see when call is comming. It would be better and right that Huawei has the commands for enabling tracking without requesting every second.
I don't need the call parameters like audio and video rate and etc. I want that Huawei automatically tracing me status when I make a call (like calling, call confirm, call abort, etc) and send me message when call is comming which include info about IP, name.

I hope I could explain what I want
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Mary_UCC     Released on 2018-6-7 15:45:21 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

@BaDoS, I understand what you would want, however, unfortunatly, i have check through the entire product documentation and there is no command which will be able to trace you the status of the calls  in real time.

However, you could also send a request to the TAC correspoding to your country(if you provide us the country you are contacting us from I could give you the details) who may investigate this further and advice.

Thank you for your understading and I am sorry I could not be on more help.
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BaDoS     Released on 2018-6-12 17:33:26 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

It's a pity!... I'll try to send a request to TAC.
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