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MiVB 9.0 - Maintenance Logs via Telnet not working anymore

MiVB 9.0 - Maintenance Logs via Telnet not working anymore

MiVB 9.0 - Maintenance Logs via Telnet not working anymore


Has anyone been able to get the Maintenance Logs streaming to work in MiVB 9.0? I'm always getting 'connection refused' so i presume its disabled now?
I'm trying to get the logs to stream to a logging service as there are some very detailed logs in there on the PRI and I'd like to log them so I can be notified what's going on with a PRI.
I saw on a previous thread that you were able to enable some SMDR logging via a debug terminal, do you know if the same type of thing can be enabled with these Maintenance logs?
It's also strange that the MiVB logs these but the MPA service only logs more generic errors when PRI is having issues - not the exact errors like in the Maintenance logs (hence my need for it).
Anyone have an experience with getting this enabled?

RE: MiVB 9.0 - Maintenance Logs via Telnet not working anymore

Your assumption is correct, the long-requested security option of port lockdown is/was available in MSL and as of 9.0 all platforms run in that.
There are specific commands to enable ports if necessary. You can get them from tech support.

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