Livingston Radius ACT

Sawmill plug-ins allow Sawmill to read ASCII text based logs that are saved to a folder Sawmill can read locally (including mapped/mounted filesystems) or available remotely via (S)FTP and HTTP. Additionally an ODBC connection to an Oracle or MSSQL instance is possible. Alternately (or for advanced users) there is a command line option that allows a script or program to feed data into the Sawmill processing engine.

This plug-in provides analysis support within Sawmill for the above named log format. Using this plug-in Sawmill will be able to read and interpret log files in their original format and perform analysis, reporting and alerting based on the data contained within them. If Sawmill does not perform quite as expected it is possible the original vendor has changed the logging specification. Contact support@sawmill.co.uk providing details and a sample of the log file.

During importing of log data the following fields are stored in the Sawmill database for subsequent processing and report generation:

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Numeric Fields

  • hits
  • output octets

Non-Numeric Fields

  • date/time
  • day of week
  • hour of day
  • ras client
  • record type
  • full name
  • authentication type
  • username
  • NAS port
  • framed IP address
  • status type
  • delay time
  • session ID
  • authentic
  • session time
  • input packets
  • output packets
  • termination cause
  • multi session ID
  • link count
  • error message
  • annex product name
  • annex software version
  • annex system disc reason
  • annex modem disc reason
  • annex disconnect reason
  • annex transmit speed
  • annex receive speed
  • ascend modem port number
  • ascend modem slot number
  • ascend modem shelf number
  • ascend transmit rate
  • nautica account session ID
  • nautica account direction
  • nautica account causeprotocol
  • nautica account causesource
  • telebit accounting info
  • last number dialed out
  • last number dialed in dnis
  • last callers number ani
  • channel
  • Event ID
  • event date time
  • call start date time
  • call end date time
  • default dte data rate
  • initial rx link data rate
  • final rx link data rate
  • initial tx link data rate
  • final tx link data rate
  • sync async mode
  • originate answer mode
  • modulation type
  • equalization type
  • fallback enabled
  • blocks sent
  • blocks received
  • blocks resent
  • retrains requested
  • retrains granted
  • line reversals
  • number of characters lost
  • number of blers
  • number of link timeouts
  • number of fallbacks
  • number of upshifts
  • number of link naks
  • back channel data rate
  • simplified mnp levels
  • simplified v42bis usage
  • password VPN ID