The Sequence Screen displays the message and call sequence summaries for the analyzed data.
These summaries can be useful when larger numbers of call records are contained in the analyzed data. They can be used to show trends in the way certain call or message sequences are handled by the call processing software.
The Message Sequence Data
window displays the summarized message sequences for the currently analyzed trace data. For each call record, a summarized sequence of the messages associated with the call is compiled and then grouped with other calls that have identical message sequences. This list of grouped summaries is then displayed here.
Each message is summarized as follows:
A Snd/Rcv indicator ( ">" means received, "<" means sent)
A call side/leg indicator (a letter a-z indicating the associated call side)
Message type abbreviation (S=SIP, U=UCE, M=MGCP, C=CSTA)
A message name abbreviation (SM specific)
The call records associated with any given message sequence can be displayed on the "Call Data" page by using an appropriate message sequence (mseq) trap condition. A message sequence trap can also be created automatically by clicking on one of the Sequence numbers in the message sequence data window. Doing so will take the subscriber to the "Call Data" display page and create the necessary trap condition to isolate the call records associated with that sequence.
The Call Sequence Data
window displays the summarized call sequences for the currently analyzed trace data. The call sequences consist of a high level overview of the analyzed call states on a per call side basis. These sequences are then grouped together to show how many calls had identical call sequences. Each call sequence is displayed with a line for each call side, showing the high level state transitions for that call side. The numbers in parentheses show the sequence of the state transitions across the entire call. It should be noted that the call states displayed here are specific to the call analysis process and do not necessarily reflect actual call states as defined in the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony software.
The call records associated with any given call sequence can be displayed on the Call Data
page by using an appropriate call sequence (cseq) trap condition. A call sequence trap can also be created automatically by clicking on one of the Sequence numbers in the call sequence data window. Doing so will take the subscriber to the Call Data
display page and create the necessary trap condition to isolate the call records associated with that sequence.
Parent topic: Call Analyzer