my sip provider has written to me complaining of multiple call attempts being made on my sip line. It's not me, my call log is fine showing only single-file calls that I recognise, there's been no toll fraud so I want to find out what is going on. My sip provider won't lift a finger to co-operate or provide further info so I need to run a debug on the sip trunk and output it to syslog. But I'm puzzled which debug command I should use, there are so many of them and I don't want to overload the router with unnecessary processing. Which debug command will show up toll fraud/concurrent call attempts? thanks for any advice.
thanks for your response steve, I have been toll-frauded before so I have config in place which seems to be brick-walling it. Interestingly enough in the last few minutes my syslog from paulo's debug command shows:
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