System Configuration and Miscellaneous Settings on the SPA3102

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Objective

This article explains how to alter the system configurations and miscellaneous settings for the SPA3102. It includes restriction of access to domains, limitation of user and admin access, and configuration of the syslog and debug log servers. The two logs can be used to analyze data flow with the SPA3102 and can be reported to the system administrator.

Applicable Devices

• SPA3102

System Configuration

Step 1. Use the web configuration utility to choose Admin Login > advanced > Voice > System. The System page opens.

 

Step 2. In the Restricted Access Domains field, enter up to five of the domain names with which you desire limited access from the SPA3102. The domain names should be separated by a comma.

 

Step 3. From the Enable Web Admin Access drop-down list, choose either Yes or No. Your option will either enable or disable local access to the admin web server. The default option is yes.

 

Step 4. In the Admin Passwd field, enter the desired password for access to the administration operations of the web configuration utility. The default is no password.

 

Step 5. In the User Password field, enter the desired password for access to the user operations of the web configuration utility. The default is no password.

 

Step 6. Click Submit All Changes to update configurations.

Miscellaneous Settings

Step 1. Use the web configuration utility to choose Admin Login > advanced > Voice > System. The System page opens.

 

Step 2. In the Syslog Server field, enter the name of the syslog server. This feature identifies the server that logs your devices system information and major events.

 

Step 3. In the Debug Sever field, enter the name of the debug server. This feature identifies the server that logs your devices debug information.

 

Step 4. From the Debug Level drop-down list, select the preferred level. The higher the debug level, the higher the level of detail generated from the debug server. A value of 0 will generate no information. To log SIP messages, the Debug Level must be at least 2. The default value is 0. 

 

Note: If your device does not have Firmware Version 5.1.10 or newer installed, then skip to Step 6.

Step 5. From the Debug Option drop-down list, choose either None or Dbg_aud_dump. If you choose Dbg_aud_dump, the device will send audio data to the system log and create .dat files in its directory. If you choose none, then the device will not send audio data and continue as normal.

 

Step 6. Click Submit All Changes to update the configuration.

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