Reference9:Gateway/CDR

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The transmission of the so-called CDRs (Call Detail Records) is disabled as standard (Off). After selection of a CDR type, the transmission of detailed CDRs is enabled, as are the relevant entry fields. To prevent data loss in the event of failure of the first CDR server (CDR0), it is possible to specify a second CDR server (CDR1).

  • Off: CDR is disabled.
  • TCP: The device transmits the CDR entries via a TCP connection.
    • In the Address field, you enter the IP address at which the TCP connection is to be set up.
    • In the Port field, you specify the port to which the connection is set up.
  • SYSLOG: The CDR entries are transmitted to a syslog recipient (also referred to as syslogd, syslog server or syslog daemon ), which is then responsible for their further evaluation or storage.
    • In the Address field, you enter the IP address of the syslogd server.
    • In the Class field, you enter the desired message class that will be responsible for further processing of the CDR entries.
  • HTTP: The CDR entries are transferred to a Web server, where they can be further processed. Each individual CDR entry is transferred as form data to the Web server in HTTP GET format.
    • In the Address field, you enter the IP address of the Web server that carries out further processing of the transmitted data.
    • In the Path field, you enter the relative URL of the form program on the Web server.
      The device will make a HTTP GET request to the Web server on the entered URL, followed by the URL-encoded CDR entry. If, for example, a page named /cdr/cdrwrite.asp with a form that expects the log message in parameter msg exists on a Web server, then the value /cdr/cdrwrite.asp is entered. The device will then make a GET /cdr/cdrwrite.asp?event=syslog&msg=logmsg request to the Web server.
  • HTTPS: Same as HTTP, just a secure transmission(TLS) is used. Please read the wiki article on certificate management for additional information.
  • LOCAL:The CDR entries are transmitted to the local Compact Flash card. This will be place on the CF card where the CDR`s are stored \\Ipaddress\drive\CF0\log
    • In the Max File Size field (Kbyte) - you enter a size, if the current log file reaches this size the file is backed up and a new file is created.
    • In the Backup Time field (hour:min) - you enter the time of the day when the current log file should be backed up and a new file should be created (independent of the size).
  • LOCAL-AP:The CDR entries are transmitted to the local Linux application platform. Relay CDRs are stored under \\AP-IP\webdav\cdr\
  • REMOTE-AP:The CDR entries are transmitted to a remote Linux application platform. Store path is the same as under LOCAL-AP.
    • In the Address field, you enter the IP address of the remote Linux application platform.
    • In the Port field, you specify the port to which the connection is set up.
  • REMOTE-AP-S:Same as REMOTE-AP, just a secure transmission is used.
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