System Status Information on PAP2T Phone Adapter

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Objective

The objective of this document is to help view system status information of PAP2T phone adapter. The system status information  provides a brief overview of the status of the system which governs the telephone communications on the network.

Applicable Devices

• PAP2T Phone Adapter.

System Status Information

Step 1. Choose Voice > Info in the Web based utility of the PAP2T phone adapter. The Info page opens.

 

The fields are explained as follows:

• Current Time — This field gives information about the current time that has been configured on the product.

• Elapsed Time — Gives information about the elapsed time of the PAP2T phone adapter.

• Broadcast Pkts Sent — The value in this field provides information about the number of broadcast packets sent.

• Broadcast Bytes Sent — This field gives information about the overall broadcast bytes sent during the communication.

• Broadcast Pkts Recv — The value in this field provides information about the number of broadcast packets received during communication.

• Broadcast Bytes Recv — This field gives information about the broadcast bytes received.

• Broadcast Pkts Dropped — This field gives information about the broadcast packets that are dropped before reaching their destination.

• Broadcast Bytes Dropped — This field gives overall broadcast bytes information that are dropped.

• RTP Packets Sent — Provides information about the number of Real-time Transport Protocol packets sent during the audio communication. RTP is a standardized packet format for delivering audio and video over IP networks.

• RTP Bytes Sent — Provides information about the overall RTP bytes sent by the adapter.

• RTP Packets Recv — Provides information about the number of real-time Transport Protocol packets received during the audio communication.

• RTP Bytes Recv — Provides information about the overall RTP bytes received by the adapter.

• SIP Messages Sent — The value in this field provides information about the number of Session Initiation Protocol(SIP) messages sent. SIP generally manages communication sessions between source and destination.

• SIP Bytes Sent — Provides information about the overall SIP bytes sent by the adapter.

• SIP Messages Recv — The value in the field gives information about the SIP messages received during the communication.

• SIP Bytes Recv — Provides information about the overall SIP bytes received by the adapter.

• External IP — Gives information about the external IP address of the device provided the internet service provider.

Step 2. Click Save Settings to save the settings entered or click Cancel Settings if the settings entered are not the desired settings.

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