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VoIP CDR

The CDRs are stored daily in files named VoIP_CDR_YYYYMMDD.log



Where:
YYYY year
MM month
DD - day

Sample record (one line in the CDR file)

1267,
2007-06-24 T 00:28:03,
2007-06-24 T 00:28:03,
71212,
29413426,
2007-06-24 T 00:28:14,
2007-06-24 T 00:28:26,
11,
193.108.172.205,
193.108.172.203,
11302,
2,
2,
0,
1,
1104,
2188,
1,
10

The table below describes the various fields illustrated in the above sample record:

Description Field Name Column
Number
A unique identifier for the call CallID 1
The time when the incoming call was received Received 2
The time when the remote party was dialed to
(may be empty if no resources were available to
place the call)
Dialed 3
The number that the call is being made from E164Src 4
The number that call is being is being made to E164Dest 5
Time when call started in ISO 8601 format
(two way RTP audio channels open)
(e.g. 2004-08-08 T 10:24:18 +0200).
May be empty if call did not connect.
StartTime 6
Time when call ended in ISO 8601 format
(two way RTP audio channels closed)

EndTime 7
Duration of call in seconds Duration 8
IP address of remote H.323 endpoint / gateway

RemoteSignalIP 9
IP address of remote RTP endpoint RemoteMediaAddr 10
IP Port of remote RTP endpoint RemoteMediaPort 11
Channel used on VoIP card LocalChannel 12
Slot number of card connected to VoIP channel RemoteCardSlot 13
Direction of call. Possible values are:
0 Call from network to line
1 Call from line to network

CallDirection 14
Initiator of hangup. Possible values are:
0 Network
1 Line
HangupInitiator 15
Number of RTP packets sent during the session TxRTP 16
Number of RTP packets received during the
session
RxRTP 17
Number of RTP packets lost during the session LostRTP 18
Q.931 reason for call hangup HangupReason 19