[Serusers] SYSLOG Error Messages
feedbak at imelhk.com
Thu May 1 19:04:21 CEST 2003
We have been deploying ATA 186s using port forwarding.
Am I correct in understanding that you have been deploying with NAT but without the need for port forwarding.
Could you please describe the required settings on the ATA
From: "Ricardo Villa"<ricvil at epm.net.co>
Sent: 01-May-03 10:35:58 PM
To: "serusers at lists.iptel.org"<serusers at lists.iptel.org>
Subject: [Serusers] SYSLOG Error Messages
We have deployed many Cisco ATAs behind NAT devices. In order to keep the NAT session binding alive, we enabled a feature on the ATAs that basically send a small dummy packet to SER every 90 seconds. Everything works great. The question is, how can I suppress the WARNING/ERRORS that these dummy packets present to the SYSLOG? Is there a simple way to do this in the ser.cfg file?
These are the SYSLOG messages:
May 1 09:20:58 maui /usr/sbin/ser: WARNING: upstream bug - 0-terminated packet
May 1 09:20:58 maui /usr/sbin/ser: ERROR: parse_first_line: message too short: 3
May 1 09:20:58 maui /usr/sbin/ser: ERROR:parse_first_line: bad message
May 1 09:20:58 maui /usr/sbin/ser: ERROR: parse_msg: message=<>
May 1 09:20:58 maui /usr/sbin/ser: ERROR: receive_msg: parse_msg failed
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