Cisco IOS Voice Troubleshooting and Monitoring -- Voice Debug Concepts

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The concepts described in this article provide background for the enhanced debug capabilities on Cisco voice gateways.

Guide Contents
Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Voice Overview
Debug Command Output on Cisco IOS Voice Gateways
Filtering Troubleshooting Output
Cisco VoIP Internal Error Codes
Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Voice Telephony
Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Voice Protocols
Troubleshooting Cisco IOS Telephony Applications
Monitoring the Cisco IOS Voice Network
Cause Codes and Debug Values


Contents

Debug Header Format

You can control the contents of the standardized header with the following display options:

  • Short 6-byte global unique identifier (GUID)
  • Full 16-byte GUID
  • Short header that contains only the CallEntry ID

The format of the GUID headers is as follows: //CallEntryID/GUID/Module-dependent-list/Function-name:

The format of the short header is as follows: //CallEntryID/Function-name:

The parameters in the header are as follows:

  • CallEntryID-Numerically identifies a specific call leg such as an incoming ISDN call or an outgoing H.323 call. The CallentryID ranges from 1 to 32767. When the CallEntryID is not available to the function producing the debug message, the header displays the CallEntryID field as "-1."
  • GUID-Each call is assigned a GUID, which is generally used for billing purposes. The GUID is a 16-byte quantity that uniquely identifies a call throughout the entire network and over time. Gateway information and time stamp are embedded in the GUID. The GUID is sometimes called a conference point. See CallEntry ID and GUID Call Legs for an example of the GUID and CallEntry ID call legs.
By default, the debug header displays a more compact 6-byte form of the GUID that is generally unique enough for debugging purposes. If you need to correlate GUID information to third-party devices or to conduct debugging sessions lasting more than a month, you can display the full 16-byte header with the voice call debug command using the full-guid keyword.
When the GUID information is unavailable to the module producing the debug message, the header displays the GUID field as blank or filled with "x" characters (/xxxxxxx/). For non-IVR debugs, if the GUID field is unavailable, the header is //CallentryID/xxxxxxxx/. For IVR debugs, the header is //CallentryID//. IVR rarely has GUID information but reserves the space in order to have field-by-field consistency.
Table: Module-Dependent List Parameters
Module Dependent Parameters

CCAPI

None.

VTSP

Port name, channel number, DSP slot, and DSP channel number.

SSAPP

Dial-peer number and the number of the connection through the dial peer. (Multiple sessions can be associated with a single dial peer.)

IVR

See the IVR Module-Dependent List.

  • Function-name-Identifies call progress though the internal modules of the Cisco IOS code. This is free-form debugging used by developers.

IVR Module-Dependent List

The module-dependent list for IVR information has the following form: <Module Name> : [LP:] [<OBJ><OBJ-ID>: [<OBJ><OBJ-ID>:[...]]]

Module names are shown in Table: IVR Module Names. The LP parameter is the link point, which is the point where two or more objects can be associated . The OBJ parameter is the object name, shown in Table: Object Names and Identifier Values. The OBJ-ID is a numeric identifier for the object. The ranges are also shown in Table: Object Names and Identifier Values.

Table: IVR Module Names
Module Name Module

AAPL

Application infrastructure

DCM

Digit collect

DPM

Dynamic prompt

MCM

Media content

MSM

Media stream

MSW

Media service wrapper

PCM

Place call (call setup)

RTSP

Real-time streaming protocol (RTSP) client

TCL2

Tcl IVR 2



Table: Object Names and Identifier Values
Object Name Description Identifier Range

CN

Connection

-2147483647 to 2147483647 with 0 and -1 being invalid (either) or unavailable (latter)

DP

Dynamic prompt

1 to -4294967295 or 0 (invalid or unavailable)

GS

Generic stream

1 to -4294967295 or 0 (invalid or unavailable)

HN

Handler

0 to -4294967295

LG

Call leg

1 to -2147483647 or -1 (invalid or unavailable)

MC

Media content

1 to -4294967295 or 0 (invalid or unavailable)

MR

Media content reader

1 to -4294967295 or 0 (invalid or unavailable)

MS

Media stream

1 to -4294967295 or 0 (invalid or unavailable)

RS

RTSP session

1 to -4294967295 or 0 (invalid or unavailable)

CallEntry ID and GUID Call Legs

The parts of the call that are identified by CallEntry IDs and GUIDs are shown in Figure: GUIDs and CallEntry IDs in a Conference Call. The example shown in the figure is a conference call in which two of the participants are on the same IP network and the third participant is called over the POTS network. Most of the IP-based voice signaling protocols (like H.225) carry the GUID information between gateways. Traditional voice connections such as POTS and ISDN have no means to carry a GUID. A voice gateway creates a new GUID when one is not available from the call originator. In the example, call legs 1, 2, and 5 use GUID A, and leg 4 uses GUID B. Leg 3 is across the POTS network, so no GUID is associated with it. There is a CallEntry ID for each incoming or outgoing call on each gateway.
Figure: GUIDs and CallEntry IDs in a Conference Call

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Enabling Command Profile Debugging

You can enable a set of debugs based upon a specific profile. You can enable the following profiles:

Enabling the debugging on each of these profiles produces many types of debug information. The advantage of using profile debugging is that instead of having to enable several debug commands to get a full picture of the problem, you can enable a profile which gives you all of the debugs that are appropriate.

When profile debugging is enabled, a large number of debug messages are produced which might affect system performance. For this reason, you should only use profile debugging during low traffic periods or on a non-production system.

Caution Caution: The debug voip profile commands generate debug messages from many VoIP components, which generates a large number of debug messages. The number of messages can cause a performance impact on your router. This command should only be used during low traffic periods.

Fax Debug Profile

The debug commands that are activated within the fax debug profile depends on the syntax that you use when you enable the command. The syntax for the fax debug profile is as follows: debug voip profile fax { mail | relay { application | signaling }}

For more information on command syntax, refer to the Cisco IOS Debug Command Reference.

If you use the debug voip profile fax mail command, you enable the following debug commands for an onramp or offramp fax mail call:

  • debug crm all
  • debug csm voice
  • debug fax fmsp all
  • debug fax mta all
  • debug fax mmoip aaa
  • debug isdn q931
  • debug tgrm all
  • debug voip application all
  • debug voip application vxml all
  • debug voip ccapi all
  • debug voip dsm all
  • debug voip dspapi all
  • debug voip hpi all
  • debug voip ivr all
  • debug voip vtsp all

The following debug commands are enabled for access servers with MICA modem cards:

  • debug fax receive all
  • debug fax send all
  • debug fax fmail client
  • debug fax fmail server
  • debug fax text-to-fax
  • debug fax tiff reader
  • debug fax tiff writer

The following debug options are enabled for access servers with universal port dial feature cards:

  • debug fax fmsp all
  • debug fax foip all
  • debug fax dmsp all
  • debug fax mspi all
  • debug voip application vxml all
  • debug voip ivr all

If you use the debug voip profile fax relay command, you enable the debug fax relay t30 all-level-1 and the sets specified by either the application or signaling keyword.

For the debug voip profile fax relay application command, the following debugs are enabled for fax relay applications:

  • debug voip application all
  • debug voip application vxml all
  • debug voip ccapi all
  • debug voip dialpeer all
  • debug voip ivr all

For the debug voip profile fax relay signaling command, the following debugs are enabled for fax relay signaling:

  • debug cch323 all
  • debug ccsip error
  • debug ccsip messages
  • debug cdapi detail
  • debug cdapi events
  • debug crm all
  • debug csm voice
  • debug gtd error
  • debug gtd events
  • debug h225 asn1
  • debug h225 events
  • debug h225 q931
  • debug h245 asn1
  • debug h245 event
  • debug isdn q931
  • debug mgcp errors
  • debug mgcp events
  • debug mgcp media
  • debug mgcp packets
  • debug mgcp voipcac
  • debug rtpspi all
  • debug tgrm all
  • debug voip ccapi all
  • debug voip dsm all
  • debug voip dspapi all
  • debug voip hpi all
  • debug voip rawmsg
  • debug voip tsp all
  • debug voip vtsp all

Modem Debug Profile

The debug commands that are activated within the modem debug profile depends on the syntax that you use when you enable the command. The syntax for the modem debug profile is as follows:

debug voip profile modem { pass-through signaling | relay signaling }

For more information on command syntax, refer to the Cisco IOS Debug Command Reference.

If you use the debug voip profile modem pass-through signaling command, you enable the following debug commands for modem pass-through signaling:

  • debug cch323 all
  • debug ccsip error
  • debug ccsip messages
  • debug cdapi detail
  • debug cdapi events
  • debug csm voice
  • debug crm all
  • debug gtd error
  • debug gtd events
  • debug h225 asn1
  • debug h225 events
  • debug h225 q931
  • debug isdn q931
  • debug mgcp errors
  • debug mgcp events
  • debug mgcp media
  • debug mgcp packets
  • debug mgcp voipcac
  • debug rtpspi all
  • debug tgrm all
  • debug voip ccapi all
  • debug voip dsm all
  • debug voip dspapi all
  • debug voip hpi all
  • debug voip rawmsg
  • debug voip tsp all
  • debug voip vtsp all

If you use the debug voip profile modem relay signaling command, you enable the following debug commands for modem relay signaling:

  • debug cch323 all
  • debug ccsip error
  • debug ccsip messages
  • debug cdapi detail
  • debug cdapi events
  • debug csm voice
  • debug crm all
  • debug h245 asn1
  • debug h245 event
  • debug isdn q931
  • debug mgcp errors
  • debug mgcp events
  • debug mgcp media
  • debug mgcp packets
  • debug mgcp voipcac
  • debug tgrm all
  • debug voip ccapi all
  • debug voip dsm all
  • debug voip dspapi all
  • debug voip hpi all
  • debug voip tsp all
  • debug voip vtsp all

Voice Debug Profile

The debug commands that are activated within the voice debug profile depends on the syntax that you use when you enable the command. The syntax for the voice debug profile is as follows: debug voip profile voice { application | signaling }

For more information on command syntax, refer to the Cisco IOS Debug Command Reference.

If you use the debug voip profile voice application command, you enable the following debug commands for voice applications:

  • debug voip application all
  • debug voip application vxml all
  • debug voip ccapi all
  • debug voip dialpeer all
  • debug voip ivr all

If you use the debug voip profile voice signaling command, you enable the following debug commands for voice signaling:

  • debug cch323 all
  • debug ccsip error
  • debug ccsip messages
  • debug cdapi detail
  • debug cdapi events
  • debug crm all
  • debug csm voice
  • debug gtd error
  • debug gtd events
  • debug h225 asn1
  • debug h225 events
  • debug h225 q931
  • debug h245 asn1
  • debug h245 event
  • debug isdn q931
  • debug mgcp errors
  • debug mgcp events
  • debug mgcp media
  • debug mgcp packets
  • debug mgcp voipcac
  • debug rtpspi all
  • debug tgrm all
  • debug voip ccapi all
  • debug voip dsm all
  • debug voip dspapi all
  • debug voip hpi all
  • debug voip rawmsg
  • debug voip tsp all
  • debug voip vtsp all

Enabling Individual Debug Commands for CCAPI, TSP, and VTSP Debugging

If you want to use a debug command for CCAPI, TSP, or VTSP and you want to limit the output so that the performance on the router is not impacted, you can select to use individual parts of the debug command. You can use debug voip ccapi individual range, debug voip tsp individual range, or debug voip vtsp individual range to get individual debug output for each of these processes. Table: CCAPI Individual Debug Values, Table: TSP Individual Debug Values, and Table: VTSP Individual Debug Values show the specific debugs for the individual ranges.


Table: CCAPI Individual Debug Values
Value CCAPI Debug Function

1

CC_IDMSG_API_DISPLAY_IES

2

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_IND_COMM_2

3

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_IND_COMM_3

4

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_IND_COMM_4

5

CC_IDMSG_ALERT_IND_5

6

CC_IDMSG_ALERT_IND_6

7

CC_IDMSG_CONNECT_IND_7

8

CC_IDMSG_CONNECT_IND_8

9

CC_IDMSG_RECONNECT_IND_9

10

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECTED_IND_10

11

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECTED_IND_11

12

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECTED_IND_12

13

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECT_DONE_IND_13

14

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECT_DONE_IND_14

15

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECT_DONE_IND_15

16

CC_IDMSG_PRE_DISC_CAUSE_16

17

CC_IDMSG_PRE_DISC_CAUSE_17

18

CC_IDMSG_DIGIT_BEGIN_IND_18

19

CC_IDMSG_DIGIT_END_IND_19

20

CC_IDMSG_DIGIT_END_IND_20

21

CC_IDMSG_DIGIT_END_NO_TERM_21

22

CC_IDMSG_TONE_IND_22

23

CC_IDMSG_FEATURE_IND_23

24

CC_IDMSG_MODIFY_DONE_IND_24

25

CC_IDMSG_MODIFY_MODE_DONE_IND_25

26

CC_IDMSG_INBAND_MSG_RCVD_IND_26

27

CC_IDMSG_INBAND_MSG_DONE_IND_27

28

CC_IDMSG_UPD_CALL_INFO_IND_28

29

CC_IDMSG_GEN_NTK_ALERT_EVENT_29

30

CC_IDMSG_VOICE_MODE_EVENT_30

31

CC_IDMSG_VOICE_MODE_EVENT_31

32

CC_IDMSG_DIALING_COMPLETE_IND_32

33

CC_IDMSG_DIGITS_DONE_IND_33

34

CC_IDMSG_DIGITS_DONE_IND_34

35

CC_IDMSG_VBD_XMIT_DONE_IND_35

36

CC_IDMSG_FWD_SETUP_IND_36

37

CC_IDMSG_RSVP_DONE_IND_37

38

CC_IDMSG_AUDIT_RSP_IND_38

39

CC_IDMSG_XFR_STATUS_IND_39

40

CC_IDMSG_XFR_STATUS_IND_40

41

CC_IDMSG_XFR_DONE_IND_41

42

CC_IDMSG_XFR_DONE_IND_42

43

CC_IDMSG_XFR_DONE_IND_43

44

CC_IDMSG_TGT_CID_ACTIVE_RCD_44

45

CC_IDMSG_MODIFY_MEDIA_IND_45

46

CC_IDMSG_MODIFY_MEDIA_ACK_IND_46

47

CC_IDMSG_MODIFY_MEDIA_REJ_IND_47

48

CC_IDMSG_MODEM_CALL_START_IND_48

49

CC_IDMSG_MODEM_CALL_DONE_IND_49

50

CC_IDMSG_ACCT_STATUS_IND_50

51

CC_IDMSG_NW_STATUS_IND_51

52

CC_IDMSG_DESTINFO_IND_52

53

CC_IDMSG_LOOPBACK_DONE_IND_53

54

CC_IDMSG_RT_PACKET_STATS_IND_54

55

CC_IDMSG_CUT_PROGRESS_IND_55

56

CC_IDMSG_CUT_PROGRESS_IND_56

57

CC_IDMSG_PROCEEDING_IND_57

58

CC_IDMSG_FACILITY_IND_58

59

CC_IDMSG_INFO_IND_59

60

CC_IDMSG_PROGRESS_IND_60

61

CC_IDMSG_USERINFO_IND_61

62

CC_IDMSG_DISC_PROG_IND_62

63

CC_IDMSG_DISC_PROG_IND_63

64

CC_IDMSG_PING_DONE_IND_64

65

CC_IDMSG_COT_TEST_DONE_IND_65

66

CC_IDMSG_PROCESS_DONE_IND_66

67

CC_IDMSG_ASSOCIATED_IND_67

68

CC_IDMSG_SUSPEND_IND_68

69

CC_IDMSG_SUSPEND_ACK_IND_69

70

CC_IDMSG_SUSPEND_REJ_IND_70

71

CC_IDMSG_RESUME_IND_71

72

CC_IDMSG_RESUME_ACK_IND_72

73

CC_IDMSG_RESUME_REJ_IND_73

74

CC_IDMSG_IF_SETUP_REQ_PRIV_74

75

CC_IDMSG_IF_SETUP_REQ_PRIV_75

76

CC_IDMSG_IF_ALLOCATE_DSP_76

77

CC_IDMSG_CONNECT_77

78

CC_IDMSG_CONNECT_78

79

CC_IDMSG_PING_79

80

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECT_80

81

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECT_81

82

CC_IDMSG_DISCONNECT_82

83

CC_IDMSG_ALERT_83

84

CC_IDMSG_ALERT_84

85

CC_IDMSG_CUT_PROGRESS_85

86

CC_IDMSG_CUT_PROGRESS_86

87

CC_IDMSG_CUT_PROGRESS_87

88

CC_IDMSG_DISC_PROG_88

89

CC_IDMSG_DISC_PROG_89

90

CC_IDMSG_SET_PEER_90

91

CC_IDMSG_SET_PEER_91

92

CC_IDMSG_PROCEEDING_92

93

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_93

94

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_94

95

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_95

96

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_96

97

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_97

98

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_98

99

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_99

100

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_100

101

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_REQ_101

102

CC_IDMSG_SETUP_ACK_102

103

CC_IDMSG_FACILITY_103

104

CC_IDMSG_TRANSFER_REQ_104

105

CC_IDMSG_GET_CONSULT_ID_105

106

CC_IDMSG_FORWARD_TO_106

107

CC_IDMSG_INFO_107

108

CC_IDMSG_NOTIFY_108

109

CC_IDMSG_PROGRESS_109

110

CC_IDMSG_PRE_DISC_110

111

CC_IDMSG_PRE_DISC_111

112

CC_IDMSG_USER_INFO_112

113

CC_IDMSG_MODIFY_113

114

CC_IDMSG_DIGIT_114

115

CC_IDMSG_DIGIT_DIAL_115

116

CC_IDMSG_DIGIT_DIAL_STOP_116

117

CC_IDMSG_FEATURE_117

118

CC_IDMSG_FEATURE_ENABLE_118

119

CC_IDMSG_ASSOCIATE_STREAM_119

120

CC_IDMSG_ASSOCIATE_STREAM_120

121

CC_IDMSG_DISASSOCIATE_STREAM_121

122

CC_IDMSG_DISASSOCIATE_STREAM_122

123

CC_IDMSG_GENERATE_TONE_INFO_123

124

CC_IDMSG_SET_DIGIT_TIMEOUTS_124

125

CC_IDMSG_SET_DIGIT_TIMEOUTS_125

126

CC_IDMSG_SUSPEND_126

127

CC_IDMSG_SUSPEND_ACK_127

128

CC_IDMSG_SUSPEND_REJ_128

129

CC_IDMSG_RESUME_129

130

CC_IDMSG_RESUME_ACK_130

131

CC_IDMSG_RESUME_REJ_131

132

CC_IDMSG_UPDATE_REDIRECT_NUM_132

133

CC_IDMSG_BABBLER_AUDIT_133

134

CC_IDMSG_CONFERENCE_CREATE_134

135

CC_IDMSG_CONFERENCE_CREATE_135

136

CC_IDMSG_CONFERENCE_CREATE_136

137

CC_IDMSG_CONFERENCE_DESTROY_137

138

CC_IDMSG_CONFERENCE_DESTROY_138

139

CC_IDMSG_CONFERENCE_DESTROY_139

140

CC_IDMSG_LOOPBACK_140

141

CC_IDMSG_COT_TEST_141

142

CC_IDMSG_HANDOFF_142

143

CC_IDMSG_APP_RETURN_143

144

CC_IDMSG_T38_FAX_START_144

145

CC_IDMSG_T38_FAX_DONE_145

Table: TSP Individual Debug Values
Value TSP Debug Function

1

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TDM_HAIRPIN_CONNECT_001

2

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TDM_HAIRPIN_DISCONNECT_002

3

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CCRAWMSG_ENCAP_003

4

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_FORM_MSG_BASIC_SS_INFO_004

5

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_FORM_MSG_005

6

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_FORM_MSG_006

7

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_SEND_MSG_007

8

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_SEND_MSG_008

9

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_SEND_INFO_MSG_009

10

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_ALLOC_CDB_010

11

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_DEALLOC_CDB_011

12

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CONNECT_IND_012

13

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CONNECT_IND_EXIT_013

14

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CONNECT_IND_EXIT_014

15

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CONNECT_IND_EXIT_015

16

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CONNECT_IND_EXIT_016

17

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CONNECT_IND_EXIT_017

18

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_SETUP_ACK_018

19

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_PROCEEDING_019

20

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_ALERT_020

21

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_CONNECT_021

22

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_INFO_022

23

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_PROGRESS_023

24

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_FACILITY_024

25

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_FACILITY_025

26

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_PRE_CONN_DISC_REQ_026

27

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_DISC_PROG_IND_027

28

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_DISCONNECT_REQ_028

29

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_DISCONNECT_REQ_029

30

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_SS_RESP_030

31

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_INFO_IND_031

32

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_PROCEEDING_032

33

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_ALERT_033

34

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_ALERT_EXIT_034

35

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_ALERT_EXIT_035

36

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_PROGRESS_036

37

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_INFO_037

38

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_CONNECT_038

39

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_CONNECT_CONF_039

40

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_DISC_PROG_IND_040

41

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_PROG_IND_PROGRESS_041

42

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_RELEASE_IND_042

43

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_RELEASE_IND_EXIT_043

44

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_RELEASE_COMP_044

45

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_RELEASE_COMP_CLEAR_045

46

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_SETUP_REQ_EXIT_046

47

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_SETUP_REQ_EXIT_047

48

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_SETUP_REQ_EXIT_048

49

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_SET_TRANSFER_INFO_049

50

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_CALL_VOICE_CUT_THROUGH_050

51

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_CALL_VOICE_CUT_THROUGH_051

52

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_CALL_VOICE_CUT_THROUGH_052

53

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_CALL_VOICE_CUT_THROUGH_053

54

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_MAIN_054

55

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_DO_GLOBAL_END_TO_END_DISC_055

56

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_CDAPI_MSG_DUMP_056

57

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_COT_TIMER_START_057

58

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_COT_TIMER_STOP_058

59

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_COT_RESULT_059

60

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_COT_DONE_060

61

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_COT_TIMEOUT_061

62

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_COT_REQ_062

63

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_COT_SETUP_ACK_063

64

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_RCV_COT_MSG_064

65

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_RCV_COT_MSG_065

66

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_TSP_CDAPI_PUT_CAUSE_IE_066

67

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_SETUP_ACK_067

68

INDIVIDUAL_TSP_DEBUG_CDAPI_TSP_RCV_MSG_068

Table: VTSP Individual Debug Values
Value VTSP Debug Function

1

INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_REQ_PEND_DEFER_001

2

INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_REQ_WAIT_PEND_SUCCESS_002

3

INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_REQ_WAIT_PEND_FAIL_003

4

INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_TDM_HPM_COMPLETE_004

5

INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_TDM_HPM_COMPLETE_EXIT_005

6

INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_TDM_HPM_CHECK_006

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_TDM_HPM_CHECK_EXIT_007

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_GENERATE_DISC_008

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_GENERATE_DISC_EXIT_009

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_IND_ACK_010

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_IND_ACK_EXIT_011

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PROCEEDING_012

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PRE_CON_DISCONNECT_013

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PRE_CON_DISCONNECT_EXIT_014

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SET_DIGIT_TIMEOUTS_015

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_CONNECT_016

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_LOOPBACK_017

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_RING_NOAN_TIMER_018

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_ALERT_CONNECT_019

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PRE_CON_DISC_REL_EXIT_020

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_HOST_DISC_CLEANUP_021

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_HOST_DISC_CLEANUP_EXIT_022

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DISCONNECT_023

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DISCONNECT_EXIT_024

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DISCONNECT_EXIT_025

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_CONNECT_DIAL_026

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_DIAL_027

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PRE_DISC_CAUSE_028

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_CONNECT_029

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_REQ_PEND_FAIL_030

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_REQ_DISC_031

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_RELEASE_TIMEOUT_032

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_PROCEEDING_EXIT_033

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_PROCEEDING_EXIT_034

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PEND_RELEASE_IND_035

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PEND_RELEASE_IND_EXIT_036

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DISCONNECT_NO_DSP_CHAN_037

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DISCONNECT_NO_DSP_CHAN_EXIT_038

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_CALL_FEATURE_IND_039

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_PROGRESS_040

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_ALERT_041

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_ALERT_EXIT_042

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_FIRST_PROGRESS_043

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_FIRST_PROGRESS_EXIT_044

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_FIRST_PROGRESS_EXIT_045

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_PROG_PROCEEDING_046

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PROCEEDING_R2_PEND_DIAL_047

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_ALERT_R2_PEND_DIAL_048

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_CONN_R2_PEND_DIAL_049

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_R2_PEND_DIAL_050

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_R2_PEND_DIAL_ALL_051

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_INFO_IND_052

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_ALERT_053

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_ALERT_EXIT_054

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PROGRESS_055

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DISC_PROG_IND_056

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_DISC_PI_IND_057

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_INFO_058

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_FEATURE_059

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_ALERT_NO_TIMEOUT_060

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SETUP_PEND_ALERT_NO_TIMEOUT_EXIT_061

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_CALL_FEATURE_ENABLE_062

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_XCCSM_COT_TEST_DONE_063

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_XCCSM_COT_TEST_TIMEOUT_064

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_XCCSM_COT_TEST_065

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_CALL_FEATURE_066

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_TCSM_COT_TEST_DONE_067

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_TCSM_COT_TEST_TIMEOUT_068

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_TCSM_ACT_COT_TEST_069

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PLAY_BUSY_TIMER_START_070

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_PLAY_BUSY_TIMER_STOP_071

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_RING_NOAN_TIMER_START_072

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_RING_NOAN_TIMER_STOP_073

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_TIMER_074

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_TIMER_STOP_075

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_ALLOCATE_CDB_076

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_DO_CALL_SETUP_IND_077

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_DO_CALL_SETUP_IND_EXIT_078

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_REQUEST_CALL_079

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_REQUEST_CALL_EXIT_080

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_REALLOC_CDB_081

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_OG_CALL_REQ_EXIT_082

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_FREE_CDB_083

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_TGRM_DISC_REL_084

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_VTSP_CC_CALL_DISCONNECTED_085

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SIGO_BDROP_086

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SIGO_PRE_CON_DISCONNECT_087

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SIGO_PROCEEDING_088

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SIGO_GENERATE_DISC_089

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SIGO_ALERT_090

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SIGO_ALERT_CONNECT_091

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_SIGO_SETUP_PEND_CONNECT_092

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DO_SIGO_CALL_SETUP_REQ_093

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DO_SIGO_CALL_SETUP_REQ_SESSION_094

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DSM_MEDIA_EVENT_CB_095

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DSM_PEER_EVENT_CB_096

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DSM_FEATURE_NOTIFY_CB_097

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DSM_BRIDGE_CHECK_CB_098

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DSM_BRIDGE_STATUS_EXIT_099

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DSM_SET_FAX_FEAT_EXIT_100

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DS_DO_DIAL_101

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INDIVIDUAL_VTSP_DEBUG_DS_DIALING_DEFAULT_102

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