XDIP has the functionality to create a diagnostics log on a USB stick connected to a receiver node. This can be done by following the following steps:
Bring Up the OSD with the default hotkeys CTRL - ALT - C, then click on the cog icon for the admin pages. You'll be asked for the receivers admin password at this time, the default for this is blank.
Once in the admin pages navigate to the Advanced tab. From here you can select the diagnostics window.
From the diagnostics page you can trigger the capture log to be dumped to your plugged in USB stick. Before doing so you should ensure that the severity level is set to 7. This is because the severity level Defines the level of messages that will be logged (according to RFC5424). Level 5 (normal but significant condition) is the default setting; XDIP currently supports levels 1 to 7. Choosing levels 6 (Informational) or 7 (Debug) will cause larger numbers of lesser events to also be logged, with a potential impact to overall performance.
Starting from the receiver units admin pages, select the Setup Channels page. From here click on the cog on the right hand side of the channel that you wish to take a log file from.
You'll be prompted for the transmitters admin password at this time, the default for this is blank. After logging in select the Advanced page.
From the Advanced page, navigate to the diagnostics window. Ensuring that the severity level is set to 7 for the same reason as above with the receiver, then trigger the USB dump onto the USB stick connected to your transmitter.