RG8700 tracing can be configured during the TM installation/upgrade or through the FADE Web Interface. If no RGs were configured in the system for tracing during the installation, follow the instructions under the installation section.
Via the Assistant CMP console
From the RG8700 CLI interface.
How to Enable RG Tracing from the Telephony Control Server Assistant CMP
How to Disable RG Tracing from the Telephony Control Server Assistant CMP
How to Enable RG Tracing from the SIP Object CLI Interface
How to Disable RG Tracing from the SIP Object CLI Interface
How to Change the Default RG Tracing Flags
The DIPAZ monitor starts the RG listener with the following default tracing parameters: Default Flags: RTT_Q931, RTT_SIP, and RTT_DEBUG and Default CAT values: 20 173 181 182 186. The default settings are guaranteed to work correctly without RG performance issues or TM tracing issues. Any changes to these parameters could make your system unstable.
How to Increase Processing Priority of the RG8700 Traced Data
RG 8700 trace files are processed with a lower priority in TM; collected RG8700 traced information is displayed in FADE approximately every 60 minutes, or as soon as the RG8700 trace file size reaches 10 MB. This is the default RTT RG 8700 tracing configuration. If there is a need to accelerate the processing of RG8700 traced information so it appears more frequently in FADE, you will need to run the “Real Time Tracer for 8700” tool manually in the foreground and reduce its time parameter in the Options menu to the preferred time period.
How to Debug RG Traces over the "Real Time Tracer for 8700" Configuration Tool