I'm trying to understand SDL trace file. The thing that I don't understand is how to find out what is correct Calling Search Space (CSS) of the calling line/phone? When I collect trace file with RTMT (or open it with notepad), the only thing I can see is something like this: CI=2349238, CSS=858730c4-bd44-blah-blah-blah-blah, aarCSS=, etc.
So... how can I translate this big amount of text behind word CSS into a correct name of existing Calling Search Space?
What info are you trying to look for? SDL traces are made mostly for developers to look at. If you are trying to follow call flows and troubleshoot issues then you will want to get just callmanager traces. You won't really find anybody that will be able to read the SDL traces unless they work for Cisco.
Well, I'm trying to figure it out how SDL trace is related to Calling Search Space names :) I'm employed as an Cisco Certificated Systems Instructor and I'm currently in preparation of TUC (642-426) exam. On the mentioned exam, there are lot of questions that are 100% related to troubleshooting through SDL trace. So I assume I need to learn a little more of SDL tracing so I can maybe do some better troubleshooting, pass the exam and teach my students with more tips:)
I'm just curious, not realy in trouble or real-life problem. If anyone know where I can find more about advanced SDL tracing, please feel free to contact me. And again, if anyone knows how to co-relate CSS from SDL trace (previous post from me) to CSS name, thanks again:)
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