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CDR for EWSD and OCB switches

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  • #37595 Reply
    Kallu
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    OCB stands for Orgen Control Bharsion – French

    #37596 Reply
    Chandram
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    Dear Yogesh,

    I would like to know how to collect CDRs from Alcatel OCBs.

    Can you help me…?

    I don’t have you mail-id to contact you. You can contact me at

    chandram@hotpop.com

    #37597 Reply
    Hari Ranga
    Guest

    Yogesh,
    Can you send the CDR tool converting binary to ASCII? I may be able to give more input and also test it out throughly.

    Regards
    Hari Ranga

    #37598 Reply
    Jagan Mohan
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    Hi,
    I’m working on EWSD /OCB283 for billing . I will be pleased, if any one sends me complete details of EWSD CDR decoding tools and also for OCB.
    Best Regards
    Jagan

    #37599 Reply
    kavu
    Guest

    hi
    is there any possibilities for bill data hacking in ocb

    if any body knows then kindly send me a mail at
    rajsil1@yahoo.com
    thanks
    kavu

    #37600 Reply
    Joe
    Guest

    Hi Yogesh,
    Will the system handle format changes dynamically for ewsd?
    do you have to set the formats before decoding ?
    What if I am not sure of the format or if I have to wait for the format details ?
    Please let me know more.
    thanks,

    #37601 Reply
    kavu
    Guest

    bsnl of india has stoped my out going faclity . how can i decode it and again start it without exchange knowing .
    probably it must be e10b or ocb type exchange
    thanks
    kavu
    rajsil1@yahoo.com

    #37602 Reply
    Yogesh
    Guest

    Dear Joe,
    As you know the format is fixed for a particular version of EWSD. Right now we have developed our system for V13.Incase the format is different, then system can not handle it automatically as we have to decode the binary code and understand it’s sequence and values based on format(Felds position).
    For V13, you don’t have to define formats.
    Regards

    #37603 Reply
    naresh
    Guest

    I am working in ocb-283 exchange . please send the cdr tool for raising iuc bills.

    #37604 Reply
    Sudeep
    Guest

    Hi,

    anybody can tell me what will be file type of CDR data of OCB Switches?

    Regards….Sudeep

    #37605 Reply
    Iashan
    Guest

    hi Yogesh,
    I am working in OCB exchange and i would like to obtain the tools which convert binary files of CDR(*.dat of OCB)into readable ASCII(Text)format.your reply will be highly appreciated.
    Thanking you.
    Iashan

    #37606 Reply
    Sophie
    Guest

    Hi, I am working with Alcatel OCB 283 and E10. Will be great if I can get the Yogesh decode tool and all information related with it. Also I am looking for the protocol specification for collecting files from Alcatel OCB 283 and E10.

    Please send me all information that you have…
    greek65_69@hotmail.com

    #37607 Reply
    yogesh
    Guest

    The type of file output is in Binary format.Pl contact me to get the tool at yogsang@sancharnet.in

    #37608 Reply
    Cédric
    Guest

    Hi Yogesh,

    I am as well interested in the tools you developped (in our project, we’re dealing with Alcatel OCB and EWSD).

    If you got as well any tips for which protocole can be used to retrieve CDR from Alcatel, I’d be very glad. I’ve heard of Q3IC protocol but I’ve found no way for getting specifications. Only thing I know is this using CMISE and FTAM.

    Thanks a lot

    #37609 Reply
    Cédric
    Guest

    Hi Yogesh,

    I am as well interested in the tools you developped (in our project, we’re dealing with Alcatel OCB and EWSD).

    If you got as well any tips for which protocole can be used to retrieve CDR from Alcatel, I’d be very glad. I’ve heard of Q3IC protocol but I’ve found no way for getting specifications. Only thing I know is this using CMISE and FTAM.

    Thanks a lot

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