Interpreting output from Dlctrace & SLU being reset
Anybody know where to get hold of documentation explaining the "dlctrace" fields for SNASW ?
Also busy with a problem where where the SLU gets reset repeatetly before the data from the PLU gets down to the lu. Just moved onto SNASW & EE but same session work fine on HOST--->FEP--->DLSW+ . The new config looks something like this: HOST(EE/TCPIP)---->CIP(MPC+)--->3660(SNASW/DLSW+)--->3174--->Lu
Seems like a timing/pacing problem but I am not sure,,,will appreciate any input.
Re: Interpreting output from Dlctrace & SLU being reset
The IOS documentation talks about how to configure the dlctrace in SNASw, but does not explain in details the output. Here are a few tidbits. You can display the dlctrace right on the console (in brief or detail format), or upload it to a file server using the "snasw dump dlctrace" command in brief, detail or analyzer format. The brief and detail formats are text format and quite self-explanatory:
The analyzer format will give you a binary file equivalent to a sniffer trace and can be interpreted with a sniffer decode program (like Sniffer Pro).
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