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CDR / SMDR

(OP)
Hi guys
I would like to get the CDR from a NBX V3000 to be placed on a PC Windows folder .
Do anyone know how to get it / to do it?

Thanks in advance


 

RE: CDR / SMDR

Carlos,

Are you familiar with the CDR app that comes with the system? It is free.  You run it on a windows machine and point it at the V3000's IP address.  You can set the interval to pull records.  The app alows you to sort and create reports -- very powerful

RE: CDR / SMDR

(OP)
Hi XNBX12,

I am not familar with the CDR app. I know there is CDR Reporter but I would like to use my own CDR parser and reporter. Currently my parser can read and proccess CSV formats but I don know how to get the CDR records from NBX to be stored on a flat file on a WinXP box.

Thanks in advance

Carlos

RE: CDR / SMDR

Use the NBX Call reporter to download the CSV fiel and then open with the program of your choice.

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