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2nd October 2003 at 12:48 #25387RAGuest
I use cisco as5350 for our voip,
can anybody suggest a command to generate CDR with required fields?
Many thanks for your soonest reply5th October 2003 at 22:57 #25388Adnan SiddiquiGuest
Please let me know when you get to know how to generate a CDR from AS5300. Thanks.7th October 2003 at 16:41 #25389WilliamCGuest
sh(ow) call hist voice brief will give cdrs in accordance to ITU-T with some modifications that cisco inserts.There are configurable parameters on the Access Server to detail how far back the cdr needs to be held.8th October 2003 at 07:08 #25390RAGuest
Would u please give me more information about that paratmeters and their configure, if possible,
Many thanks30th December 2003 at 13:08 #25391jacobsonGuest
syslog and radius could help
there are free syslog & radius deamons to be found.
radius offers better services for accounting (you don’t want to loose a call info to be billed 😉 ) but the setup is a bit more elaborate.
commercial products exists ..; $$$$ (several 1.000 us$)30th December 2003 at 16:57 #25392akbGuest
I have a radius server which can collect CDRs from your AS5350. I can give you a copy of radius server for free. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org January 2004 at 05:06 #25393Andrew ZhilenkoGuest
There are plenty of RADIUS servers available (and most of them are free). For instance FreeRADIUS http://www.freeradius.org/, OpenRadius http://www.openradius.net/, xtradius http://xtradius.sourceforge.net/, Radiator http://www.open.com.au/radiator/, …).
But note that just having a RADIUS will allow you to accept accounting requests from gateways and store them into the file/database/… You still need some engine to process this data and rate the calls. And this is the part you can either try to develop yourself or buy a billing software (usually comes with the the RADIUS server included).6th January 2004 at 11:01 #25394katutuboGuest
Im using Quintum with CDRSRV application to capture CDR but its not as better as we want to, is there any Application for CDR or Billing Software for Quintum6th January 2004 at 17:27 #25395Andrew ZhilenkoGuest
> is there any Application for CDR or Billing Software for Quintum
Of course there is. Just type “quintum voip billing” on google. Of you can check the “certified billing solutions” on the Quintum site, but they only list two vendors out of many.8th January 2004 at 17:16 #25396SalehGuest
we have a cheap online CDR based for your Quintum.
email@example.com January 2004 at 17:48 #25397GeorgeGuest
Since we have configured several carriers for VOIP,we also want to get exact CDR out from Cisco 5300 for different carriers,does any body know where to get a affordable billing system for AS5300? thks11th January 2004 at 00:44 #25398BAHMANGuest
HI ALL DEARS ‘
I HAVE QUINTOM TENOR A800 , AND WANT TO USE WOTH CDR FILES ( NOT RADIUS ) , CAN EVRYBUDY HELP ME THAT WHICH CAN I SETTING THE SERVER FOR RECIVING CDR FILES FROM TENOR
THANK1st February 2004 at 18:20 #25399MIslamGuest
Can anyone please tell me where to get a CDR Server and how to install it in my computer that I can see how many minutes my phone have used and how much money I have to deposit for that?? I have a small setup for VoIP but I am using a provider and he is holding the server and he didn’t give me the access to the CDR Server so I couldn’t access the server and don’t know how many minutes have been used. I wants to install a CDR Server and wants to know these information. Can I do it?? I have all the IP address and everything but don’t know how to do it. Can anyone help me about it please??????2nd March 2004 at 07:57 #25400ZulfikarGuest
if know that information for Tenor A800 work with wellgate.
Let me know by mail.2nd March 2004 at 15:20 #25401MESfoneGuest
A free CDR server comes with Quintum u can also get it from quintum website. But it will give you the CDR only without the call cost. it is a good and reliable software.