Long Distance CDRs

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    Subject: RE: Long Distance CDRs
    Replied by: David Staudt on 31-08-2010 12:05:58 AM
    Typically administrators will mark a gateway and/or route plan via the 'on-net' or 'off-net' property to identify long distance routes.  CDR apps can then get a listing of all gateways on the system and check if they are on/off-net - i.e. via AXL SOAP API.
     
    In the CDRs themselves you can use the destIpAddr, destDeviceName, destSpan fields to determine where the call terminated.  If the termination point is a gateway, you can do a lookup based on the above to determine if it is an offnet call - i.e. long distance.
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    Created by: Mayank Sharma on 30-08-2010 06:24:21 PM
    I apologize for posting a CDR question here but couldn't find the CDR forum in the list (I am pretty sure it used to be there).
     
    What's the best way to identify long distance CDRs from the data? What field should I be looking into?
     
    Thanks,
    Max

    Subject: RE: Long Distance CDRs
    Replied by: douglas conklin on 30-08-2010 09:46:18 PM
    I apologize for posting a CDR question here but couldn't find the CDR forum in the list (I am pretty sure it used to be there).
     
    What's the best way to identify long distance CDRs from the data? What field should I be looking into?
     
    Thanks,
    Max





    Try: http://developer.cisco.com/web/sxml/forums/-/message_boards/category/1964549
     
    Wouldn't long distance vs. local or on net depend on your dial plan? I'm not aware of any information in the CDR that would inform you how the telecom provider handles the call relevant to rates paid after it exits your gateway.
     
    I sgguest you repost this in the CDR forumn so any followups can go there.
     
     

    Subject: RE: Long Distance CDRs
    Replied by: Mayank Sharma on 31-08-2010 12:10:20 PM
    Try: http://developer.cisco.com/web/sxml/forums/-/message_boards/category/1964549
     
    Wouldn't long distance vs. local or on net depend on your dial plan? I'm not aware of any information in the CDR that would inform you how the telecom provider handles the call relevant to rates paid after it exits your gateway.
     
    I sgguest you repost this in the CDR forumn so any followups can go there.
     
     


    Thanks Douglas. The link that you posted is broken.  

    Subject: RE: Long Distance CDRs
    Replied by: Mayank Sharma on 31-08-2010 02:54:28 PM
    Typically administrators will mark a gateway and/or route plan via the 'on-net' or 'off-net' property to identify long distance routes.  CDR apps can then get a listing of all gateways on the system and check if they are on/off-net - i.e. via AXL SOAP API.
     
    In the CDRs themselves you can use the destIpAddr, destDeviceName, destSpan fields to determine where the call terminated.  If the termination point is a gateway, you can do a lookup based on the above to determine if it is an offnet call - i.e. long distance.

    That's a good direction. I will look into it.
    Thanks.

    Subject: RE: Long Distance CDRs
    Replied by: douglas conklin on 31-08-2010 05:19:24 PM


    Try: http://developer.cisco.com/web/sxml/forums/-/message_boards/category/1964549
     
    Wouldn't long distance vs. local or on net depend on your dial plan? I'm not aware of any information in the CDR that would inform you how the telecom provider handles the call relevant to rates paid after it exits your gateway.
     
    I sgguest you repost this in the CDR forumn so any followups can go there.
     
     



    Thanks Douglas. The link that you posted is broken.  


    Odd, I just copied it and pasted it into a browser and it worked.
     
    If you go to developer network and hit the technologies section under unified communications, you should be able to find the CDR section under serviceability. I don't know why it is in a different part of the site.
     
    Try this link: http://developer.cisco.com/web/sxml/home