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Re: [hylafax-users] hylafax-4.1_1 with, mutltiple modems -and- cid/logging (Important)
Lee thank you very much for that clarification about the tracing level.
In an earlier response, Mr. Campbell Mckilligan suggested that I --
" Can you turn on tracing for SERVER STATE TRANSITIONS
(add 256 to server tracing) and send the log for a fax being received when
CID is rejected."
I thought doing that would allow extra tracing (data/info) in addition to
the already logging of my CID-data/info.
Below you stated...
> All modem data received including RINGs and all CID data are logged at
> tracing level 0xFFF. Your tracing level is too low to actually see the
> received CID data (and know that faxgetty got it). You're only showing
> us the parsed CID data which is posted in the ANSWER response. If you
> re-run your tests and use tracing 0xFFF it would help in assisting you
I'm not sure I understand exactly what you mean when you say "the
ANSWER response". I assume you mean the line is being answered by
faxgetty/hylafax? The pid  is never answered by hylafax/faxgetty. We
just use it to log the CID-data for the incoming calls on that line. Once
the call is ID'd or, recognized, that person answers their phone. I
pointed that out because, you say my --> "ServerTracing: 257" is
too low a level to capture/log CID data, if that is the case (too low) then
how is the CID data that's being seen/shown for pid  in the logs
getting there? Bear in mind faxgetty nor Hylafax ever answers the modem
associated to pid .
I hope I asked that clearly enough. :\
PS. I'm changing from: "ServerTracing: 257" --TO--
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lee Howard" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "alt" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 1:03 PM
Subject: Re: [hylafax-users] hylafax-4.1_1 with, mutltiple modems -and-
> On 2002.11.05 03:09 alt wrote:
> > We have on going problems with Hylafax and friends. These issues are
> > posted at: https://188.8.131.52/issues/hylafax/cid.txt
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