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12th June 2002 at 06:47 #21749KhalidGuest
Does any one help me on how to get a billing system that give an invoice per call automaticly at end of the call ? i’m using cisco ATA …13th June 2002 at 22:53 #21750JosephGuest
I am interested in the same billing system…18th June 2002 at 11:45 #21751MikeGuest
If you give me specific information with What is the Gateway your ATA is attached to, I would be more than glad to help…19th June 2002 at 06:31 #21752KhalidGuest
It’s cisco ATA 186 or cisco 1760 or if you recomend any kind of GW that can satisfy me … thank you mike19th June 2002 at 10:52 #21753MikeGuest
Well If you’re using thr ATA on its’ own without attaching it to a cisco router through FXO or FXS protocols then it can’t be done.
But if it is attached to a Cisco router or you’re using the Cisco 1760 router, then there is a way to extract the CDR from the router where it gives you detailed table of calls..20th June 2002 at 19:33 #21754khalidGuest
how can i do that ? what is the CDR ?21st June 2002 at 09:35 #21755MalekGuest
The CDR means Call Detailed Record or in other words details of every call made through your router.
Tell me are you using a 1760 router with voice cards installed or are you using the ATA with the 1760 router???22nd June 2002 at 05:23 #21756KhalidGuest
I’m using a 1760 router with voice cards installed …22nd June 2002 at 13:10 #21757Rene BoGuest
If you have any kind of router in the system, it can send out accounting info (not CDR), this info is transformed to a CDR.
I work for a company selling a billing system that can handle your requirements with ease.
What is your budget ??
/Rene Bo23rd June 2002 at 06:07 #21758KhalidGuest
my budget depend on how much the billing sys. satisfy me … as i told you that give (print) a bill per call …
would you send more detail about your company and its product related of that …
Thank you24th June 2002 at 13:26 #21759Rene BoGuest
You will have to look at not less that 300.000 USD for the software, but then we can handle around 7.000 full sessions pr. second.
I suspekt your system to be a bit smaller, s# maybe you should look at a combination between a syslogserver and an Excelspreadsheet with a few macros.
Rene Bo Christensen25th June 2002 at 07:24 #21760KhalidGuest
would you give me more detail and also is it only software ? would you explain how it is work ?
what’s syslogserver mean ?
note: prvide me prices with it plz
khalid26th June 2002 at 09:40 #21761Rene BoGuest
Check out syslogsservers, I believe that our software would be overkill.27th June 2002 at 08:38 #21762KhalidGuest
where can i find syslogsservers ?