From MORSE main menu select
d(i)ag stat (l)ogs.
Type il Enter.
Logs: (l)inks c(a)lls SCC p(o)rts net(u)ser RF (m)edium (e)thernet pu(s)h into history list clea(r) (q)uit >>
(l),(a),(o),(u),(m),(e) enable selection of
the desired log. To give an example, the
(l)inks log has been
Type l Enter
(0) (1) (2) (3) (f)ilter (d)isplay with (r)ef reference (w)rite (q)uit >>
The above submenu is identical for all log types. The time period
from which we want to see the statistics is chosen here. (
0, 1, 2,
3) For logs consisting of list (
Link list a Call list)
a filter can be configured. Only list items with addresses meeting
conditions set in the filter are then reported and displayed.
Type f Enter
Log report filter: (a)ddress:690F0300 (m)ask:FFFF0000 (o)ut:OFF (c)nt:1 (q)uit >>
— comparative address (base)
– only this items are displayed, which have higher number of
records than this parameter. Then
Following commands can be used to get the latest (incremental) information from any statistic log:
(d)isplay with (r)ef reference (w)rite
First it is necessary to get the reference log data. Type
(0) to obtain the current log information, then use the
(w)rite command to save it. After next typing of
(0) you can display the increment of log data by issuing the
(r)ef command. The
(d)isplay command displays
the current content of Setr buffers. Thus alternating the
(r)ef commands, you can have both,
the incremental and the last received log data display.
— Choose the time period from which the log statistic is to be displayed
The typical history period length is 86400 seconds, i.e. one
day. The log period length can be configured within the
Type 0 Enter
The running period of the links log has been chosen – see the following chapter for the report.
Updated for version 8.04
This provides comprehensive information about the retranslation packets exchange. Contains the packets transmitted (TX) via the net N and link L node outputs and the packet received (RX). The log contains the communication of all nodes in CU.
From MORSE main menu select:
d(i)ag stat (l)ogs (l)inks
Type ill0 Enter
The log list starts with a header containing:
|Log from unit|
serial number of a tracked CU, decimal
record period according to the menu
the time, when the log counters were cleared and the counting began
the time, when the counters were closed (for past periods) or the time, when the counters were read (for current period)
total counting time of displayed log in seconds
distinguishing of the log type LINK LIST, CALL LIST,….
The remote address of a link listed in the report has to meet
conditions set in the
(f)ilter menu (see the
>> Log from unit 4833383 history period 0 opened: 2007-02-05 13:29:59 closed: 2007-02-05 13:44:33 total 874 s LINK LIST 690F0001 690F0002 TX: 16/.018 byte: 3000/100 rep: 14/.467 lost: 8/.500 busy: 9/.360 RX: 8/.009 byte: 800/100 rep: 5/.385 misc: 0/ - Total: packs bytes packs/sec bytes/sec 24 3800 0.03 4.3 >>
node address of the link end in the observed CU, each node pair has a individual record in the log
node address of the link end in the counterpart CU, in case of the wires retranslation the addresses are equal
number of data packets sent into retransmission
data byte number in TX + number of repeatedly transmitted bytes
number of repeatedly transmitted packets
number of packets which did not be acknowledged by ACK or
which were discarded after store timeout,
packets, which did not fit into buffer and were discarded
number of data packets received for the first time (the state of repeat bit in the header is not important here)
number of data bytes received for the first time
repeatedly received packets, it is not added in the RX
the meaning differs according to RF channel access mode:
Offers a review of all the calls (MORSE addresses) which were detected on any of the RF Channels during the log period, together with average DQ and RSS values.
Fromn the MORSE main menu select:
d(i)ag stat (l)ogs c(a)lls
Type ila0 Enter
Every address listed in the report has to meet conditions set in
Log from unit 4943628 history period 0 opened: Thu Sep 30 12:29:59 2005 closed: Thu Sep 30 19:03:03 2005 total 23584 s RF CALL LIST addr. count DQ RSS addr. count DQ RSS addr. count DQ RSS 69509001 766 18 109 690F0400 130 24 72 69501500 97 26 72 008A003A 77 23 72 690F8100 19 28 63 690F8606 185 28 90 690F8601 20 25 90 69509002 1 0 119 Total: packs rate 1295 0.05 >>
— MORSE address
— number of transmissions detected
— average data quality
— average RF signal strength
— sum of all detected packet transmissions on the RF channel
— packets per second average rate
provides statistics of received and transmitted frames on the RS232 interface of SCCs (to and from a connected remote terminal device).
From the MORSE main menu select:
d(i)ag stat (l)ogs SCC
(p)orts (0), i.e.
Type ilo0 Enter
Log from unit 5863503 history period 0 opened: Tue Sep 13 14:09:04 2005 closed: Tue Sep 13 14:31:21 2005 total 23123 s COM PORTS LOG Port TX bytes size RX bytes size 0 293 16180 55 287 3368 12 1 no TX data no RX data 2 no TX data no RX data 3 no TX data no RX data >>
— number of SCC
— direction SCC → terminal, count of frames
— direction terminal → SCC, count of frames
Gives information of packets passing through the user part of the Channel to Node interface, thus enabling evaluation of the network load generated by the user connected via the respective channel.
The SCC, Ethernet or Network Agent channels can be used fot user access in the MORSE network.
From MORSE main menu select:
d(i)ag stat (l)ogs net (u)ser
Type ilu0 Enter
Log from unit 5863503 history period 0 opened: Tue Sep 13 14:09:04 2005 closed: Tue Sep 13 15:26:14 2005 total 4630 s USER INTERFACE LOG Port TX/period bytes size RX/period bytes size S00 no TX data no RX data S01 no TX data 20/231 80 4 S02 no TX data no RX data S03 no TX data no RX data E00 no TX data no RX data G00 no TX data no RX data G01 no TX data no RX data >>
— time when log counters were cleared and counting started
— time when counters were closed and saved (for history periods) or time when log counters were read (for running period)
|total 4630 s|
— entire time of counting (closed – opened)
— channel identification
— direction Channel → Node, count of packets
— direction Node → Channel, count of packets
— the average time interval between packets (sec)
— count of data bytes
— average length of packet data (bytes / packets)
Gives indications about time occupancy of the RF channel. Based on periodical sampling of the RF channel status and RSS level every 8 milliseconds, percentages of time consumed by data communication and by interference are calculated and displayed. If more detailed information is needed, RF medium monitoring can be used.
From MORSE main menu select:
d(i)ag stat (l)ogs RF(m)edium
Type ilm0 Enter
Log from unit 4340141 history period 1 opened: Wed Jan 23 21:13:14 2002 closed: Thu Jan 24 21:13:14 2002 total 86400 s RF MEDIUM LOG comms total 7.97% free 87.57% noise: comms: 112 2.47% 101- 2.20% 104 0.90% 85-100 1.71% 96 0.96% 69-84 0.21% 88 0.03% -68 0.10% 80 0.07% 72 0.00% **TX** 3.74% 64 0.00% 56 0.00% 48 0.02% No RSS info 0.00% FDI 95.37% CI 35.05% >>
|comms total 7.97%|
— sum of comms and TX
— free capacity of RF medium (noise below -116 dBm)
|noise: 112 2.47% ….|
— percentages of time when noise signals with different RSS levels are received
|comms: 101- 2.20% ….|
— percentages of time when MORSE data communication is received, sorted according the RSS level
— percentage of time when RF modem was transmitting
|No RSS info 0.00%|
— percentage of time when RSS measurement failed
— Free Data Index – percentage of the receiving time, when
the channel is free, i.e. without
— Collision Index – it is meaningful at heavy traffic only
Information about traffic in Ethernet channel.
From MORSE main menu type ile0 Enter.
Log from unit 5863503 history period 0 opened: Tue Sep 13 14:09:04 2005 closed: Tue Sep 13 15:44:33 2005 total 5729 s ETHERNET LOG RX: packs : 0 packs/s : 0.00 bytes : 0 bytes/s : 0.0 busy : 0 packs/s : 0.0 collision: 0 packs/s : 0.0 overrun : 0 packs/s : 0.0 crc error: 0 packs/s : 0.0 short fr.: 0 packs/s : 0.0 align err: 0 packs/s : 0.0 long fr. : 0 packs/s : 0.0 mcast : 0 packs/s : 0.0 bcast : 0 packs/s : 0.0 TX: packs : 0 packs/s : 0.00 bytes : 0 bytes/s : 0.0 busy : 0 packs/s : 0.0 carrier : 0 packs/s : 0.0 underrun : 0 packs/s : 0.0 retry : 0 packs/s : 0.0 tot. retr: 0 packs/s : 0.0 retr. lim: 0 packs/s : 0.0 late col.: 0 packs/s : 0.0 heart b. : 0 packs/s : 0.0 collision: 0 packs/s : 0.0 >>
The informations concerning the Ethernet channel traffic are available here.
packs — the number of packets passed through Eth channel
bytes — the number of bytes passed through Eth channel
ostatní — next records serves for productions purposes