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Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report

 

Topic Last Modified: 2012-06-06

The Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report returns detailed information about a peer-to-peer session. For example, if you select an instant messaging session, the report will tell you the number of messages sent by each of the two users in the session.

The Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report can be accessed from any of the following reports (all of which can be accessed from the Monitoring Reports home page):

  • IP Phone Inventory Report
  • User Activity Report
  • Call Admission Control Report
  • Failure List Report

From within the Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report you can access the Diagnostic Report by clicking the Diagnostic Report (Details) metric. You can also access the Top Failures Report by clicking either of these two metrics:

  • Response
  • Diagnostic ID

The Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report includes a large number of metrics, many of which might not be familiar to system administrators. Often-times, however, you can view a tooltip that offers a brief description of that metric simply by holding your mouse over the metric label.

Note that the actual metrics shown on a given report will depend on the type of peer-to-peer session you selected. An audio/video session will report a different set of metrics than an instant messaging session.

You can also hold your mouse over the Response code and Diagnostic ID metrics in order to obtain a description of those values:

None. You cannot filter the Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report.

The following table lists the information provided in the Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report for each session.

Session Information Metrics

Name Description

Pool FQDN

Fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the Registrar pool or Edge Server involved in the session.

Invite time

Date and time the session invitation was originally sent.

Response time

Date and time that the invitation acceptance was received.

From user

SIP address of the user who initiated the session.

From user agent

Software used by the endpoint of the user who initiated the session.

Is From user internal

Indicates whether the user who initiated the session was logged on to the internal network.

Is From user integrated with desk phone

Indicates whether the endpoint used by the user who initiated the session is integrated with his or her desktop phone.

Session Priority

Priority assigned to the session. Valid priorities are: Unknown; Non-Urgent; Normal; Urgent; and Emergency.

Response code

SIP response code sent when the session failed.

Front end

Name of the Front End Server used in the conference.

Capture time

Date and time that the session information was recorded.

End time

Date and time the session ended.

To user

SIP address of the user who was invited to the session.

To user agent

Software used by the endpoint of the user who was invited to the session.

Is To user internal

Indicates whether the user who was invited to the session was logged on to the internal network.

Is To user integrated with desk phone

Indicates whether the endpoint used by the user who was invited to the session is integrated with his or her desktop phone.

Is retried session

Indicates whether the session is an attempt to retry a session that previously failed.

Diagnostic ID

Unique identifier (in the form of an ms-diagnostics header) attached to a SIP message that often provides information useful in troubleshooting errors. Hold the mouse over the ID number to view additional information about that ID.

The following table lists the information provided in the Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report for each session modality.

Metrics for Modalities

Name Can you sort on this item? Description

Modalities

No

Modalities used in the session. For example, instant messaging (IM) or file transfer.

From user messages

No

Number of messages sent by the user who initiated the session.

To user messages

No

Number of messages sent by the user who was invited to join the session.

The following table lists the information provided in the Peer-to-Peer Session Detail Report for each diagnostic report.

Metrics for Diagnostic Reports

Name Can you sort on this item? Description

Detail

No

When you click this item, the report shows the Diagnostic Report for the session.

Report time

No

Date and time the report was recorded.

Request

No

SIP request type. For example, INVITE or BYE.

Diagnostic ID

No

Unique identifier (in the form of an ms-diagnostics header) attached to a SIP message that often provides information useful in troubleshooting errors.

Content type

No

Type of media content used in the conference. For example, a common content type is Application/sdp. Session Description Protocol (SDP) is a standard Internet protocol used for session announcements, session invitations, and other forms of multimedia session initiation.

Reported by

No

Computer (that is, client or server) that reported the problem.

 
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