Before You Start
The PCM traces destination must be set so it can be recorded in a Wireshark capture
on your network, normally sent to the PC doing the capture.
If a port is receiving several calls at a time, the capture will be performed on
the first call until it is completed, and only then will a capture be performed on
another call. Traces are taken as soon as the port is opened.
Create a txt file, and save it as a *.cfg.
Enter Mipt.PcmCaptureEnable = Enable
Enter Mipt.PcmCaptureEndpoint = Value
, where Value
is the unit’s endpoint on which the PCM capture will be taken from. For more information, refer to Endpoint Examples
To make sure that you are capturing the appropriate endpoint, please verify its naming by running the following command in CLI: Epadm.Endpoint.
The output of the command displays a table with the unit's endpoints.
The port names are case sensitive.
Enter Mipt.PcmCaptureIpAddr = Value
, where Value
is the IP address of the PC running Wireshark.
The IP address does not have to be listening on UDP ports, as it is easy to filter out ICMP “port unreachable” messages afterwards.
Import the *.cfg file into the system. Refer to
DGW Configuration Guide - Configuration Scripts Import and Export
published on the Media5 documentation portal at
When the capture is done, make sure to disable the Mipt.PcmCaptureEnable
For example Mipt.PcmCaptureEnable = Disable
or Mipt.PcmCaptureEnable = 0
In the configuration script, the value of
parameters should reflect the values