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Help on Quintum CDR

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    nancy
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    Hi everybody;

    I do not have a CDR Server to track the records hence iam using the following procedure.

    1) On Command Prompt i type the following:

    c:\ telnet 208.66.113.202 9003

    2) Prompts a welcome message and asks for the password

    Password: XXXXX

    On entering the password (i expect the cdr records to be displayed which i can capture in a log file but insted…)

    3) just displays ” 208.66.113.202 UNIT”

    and stops at that.

    Is this the correct procedure. If so Why are the records not being displayed.

    #24358 Reply
    JL
    Guest

    Yes, you have the correct procedure. When it ask you for the password, just press enter. When you get ” 208.66.113.202 UNIT” , enter again and you will get the CDRs. I can retreive the CDRs this way from my D2400 tenor.

    I have a question for you, do you know how to read the actual CDR, duration of the call, release cause etc..?

    Thanks !

    #24359 Reply
    Nancy
    Guest

    JL,
    Thanks. To read CDR, go to this page in quintum website:- http://partners.quintum.com/files/support_serv/Quintum-CDR-7-01.doc

    #24360 Reply
    moin
    Guest

    i need online cdr server quintum
    please give me link online cdr server

    #24361 Reply
    benny
    Guest

    hi! anybody out there who can tell me where to download the cdr server software for quintum tenor ax 2400

    #24362 Reply
    Rubin
    Guest

    Hello Guys,
    I just wanted to know if the cdr can be gentrated in any internet browers cause cdr server data is quite confussing and complecated.

    is there a possibility and how is it possible
    Thank yu
    Ruin

    #24363 Reply
    MikeM to Benny
    Guest

    Benny,

    You may send me an email direct and I can send you the file.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #24364 Reply
    MikeM to Rubin
    Guest

    Rubin,

    You can access the cdr records through telnet to port 9002 or 9003. If you do not understand all the information, then you should review the cdr document available on quintum’s web site as this should explain all the fields.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #24365 Reply
    Rubin
    Guest

    Hello guys thank you for the response to my article. I know how to generate cdr from telnet and tenor monitor. I want to display that data online to a given url or ipaddress

    #24366 Reply
    Dak
    Guest

    I made a CDR Server application for Windows for free, download it at http://ftp.c4telecom.com
    Be sure to have installed .NET Framework

    #24367 Reply
    Rubin
    Guest

    Thanks Buddy for the cdr application.

    #24368 Reply
    Arben
    Guest

    Dear all!

    We are a VOIP company in Albania using QUINTUM GATEWAYS, I need a simple
    billing solutions for a CALL RELAY SP.

    I am using the CDR till now but it becomes furstrating when there are many
    records.

    Please let me know if you have a cheap solution for it that can :

    Show statistics of calls and generates raports based on CalledStation IDs.

    Regards

    Arben Myrtaj

    DIMAL TELCOM

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