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Decoding G.729 compressed audio streams

Decoding G.729 compressed audio streams

1/.        Install Strawberry Perl from http://strawberryperl.com/ 2/.        Create a directory c:\test 3/.        Copy   g729decode.exe and pcm2au.pl into c:\test 4/.        Collect your Wireshark traces as usual 5/.        Find the audio streams in the Wireshark...

TCP/UDP Ports Used By Mitel 3300 Control…

TCP/UDP Ports Used By Mitel 3300 Controllers and Handsets

The following table contains a list of the TCP / UDP Ports used by a Mitel 3300 ICP Controller and its handsets when they are communicating FUNCTION SOCKET NUMBER FTP (data) TCP 20 FTP...

Back Up Mitel 3300 System Information

Back Up Mitel 3300 System Information

For 3300 ICP controllers, a system backup includes call control data, database data, internal DHCP server configuration, and voice mail settings (with or without messages).  For hospitality systems, a backup...

Restore a Mitel 3300 Database

Restore a Mitel 3300 Database

CAUTION: You must reboot To reboot the system, press the Reset button on the Controller.  the controller after restoring a database.  Service will be LOST during this reboot. Note: You can...

Dial Tone at the Handset but Unable to M…

Dial Tone at the Handset but Unable to Make Calls

A user may complain of being unable to make calls from their set. Establish if the extension being used is the one assigned to the user. Establish the type of calls the...

How to make an Mitel 3300 E2T Cable

How to make an Mitel 3300 E2T Cable

The Mitel 3300 E2T Debug cable, sometimes referred to as a Mitel 3300 TAPI cable, turned out to not be as readily available as we were led to believe. ...

 

VXWorks Commands Cheat Sheet












The VxWorks shell of a Mitel 3300 can be accessed via;

1/.        A serial cable between a laptop and the maintenance port of the 3300 and HyperTerminal, or similar, configured to 9600, 8, N, 1

2/.        Using Putty, or similar, configured as,


The VxWorks shell of a Mitel 3300 can be accessed via Putty



























Then log on to the system using the normal ESM credentials


VXWorks Logon



















The following commands are then entered at the -> prompt.



Diagnostic Commands



arptabShow

Shows active ARP table (IP's and MAC's on local network)

ifShow

Shows network interfaces info

inetstatShow

Shows ALL IP protocol sockets

ping "<target ip address>"

ping test, use <Ctrl-C> to exit

leaseShow

Display all current DHCP leases

tcpstatShow

Shows TCP statistics

udpstatShow

Shows UDP statistics

viperShow

Displays connected handsets IP, MAC Address, DN etc



Disk Space



dosFsShow "/db"

Check the available free disk space for /db

dosFsShow "/vmail"

Check the available free disk space for /vmail



DSP Commands



ShowDspStatus

Shows status of DSP's



Memory Information Commands



memShow

Display allocated/free memory

memPartShow

Show memory partition

semShow

Show info about semaphore



Mitel Specific Commands



GetPlatformType

For CX = 4

For MX = 3

For Lite = 2

For AX = 6

For LX = 1

For MXe = 5

relink_version

Shows if any relinks (patches) have been applied

revs

Displays bootrom versions

sysGetPlatformFamily

For CX =64

For MX = 200

For Lite = 250

For AX = 300

For LX = 1000

For MXe = 2000

version

Displays bootline parameters



Object Information Commands



taskShow

List info about the tasks from TCB

seqShow

List info about the sequencers(EPICS state programs at LIGO) running on the target

semShow

Show info about semaphore

moduleShow

Show info about loaded modules (object files/programs)



Process Commands



ps

Shows active processes and time running



Session Commands



sm_displaySessionInfo

Display the currently active sessions

sm_setSessionTimeout “SessionID”, 5

Set session timeout (last number is in seconds)



System Information/Modification Commands



devs

List all devices known on the target

lkup "symbol"

List vxWorks symbols from the system symbol table

d (hex_address)

Display memory

m (hex_address)

Modify memory

printErrno(n)

Describe the most recent error status value with n=0 being latest

h |size|

Display command history default size is 20

help

Display summary of commands

cd "dir"

Change directory

pwd

Present working directory

ls

List the directory

CTRL+X or reboot

Reboot the processor

ld < filename

Load a file

unld < "moduleName"

Unload file

bootChange

Modify the saved boot parameters

logout

Log out of the target



Task Management Related commands



sp (entryPt, args)

Spawn a task with default parameters

sps (entryPt, args)

Spawn a task and leave it suspended

td (taskName or Id)

Delete a task

ts (taskName or Id)

Suspend a task

tr (taskName or Id)

Resume a suspended task



Task Information Commands



checkStack (taskName or Id)

Show stack usage for the task

Example: checkStack "showtime" or checkStack 0x19c8f1

i

Shows all current tasks (warning: output is very large)

ti (taskName)

Show detailed infofrom TCB (Task Control Block)

tt (taskName)

Show stack trace

tw (taskName)

Find info about the object the task is pending on



Voicemail Commands



iPVM_Status

Displays status of embedded VM

iPVM_Stop()

Stops embedded VM

iPVM_Start()

Starts embedded VM

vmVersion()

Display the software version of the voicemail system



Web Server Commands



ts WebServer

Stops the web server

tr WebServer

Starts the web server

i WebServer

Checks the web server status







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