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CDR (SMDR) Port Settings on G3SiV9

CDR (SMDR) Port Settings on G3SiV9

CDR (SMDR) Port Settings on G3SiV9

(OP)
Greetings,

I'm implementing Call Accounting and need the correct Port Settings for the CDR (SMDR) port on a G3SiV9.  The port settings I'm looking for are the Data Bits, Parity, Flow Control, etc...

Thanks In Advance

RE: CDR (SMDR) Port Settings on G3SiV9

8 bit no parity 1 stop

RE: CDR (SMDR) Port Settings on G3SiV9

I put together my own VB program to capture the CDR information.... I put it under the "I have CDR source software in VB" Thread #690-81662 post. Check it out if you want.

RE: CDR (SMDR) Port Settings on G3SiV9

(OP)
Thanks,

Send me the .exe if you want - rstockton@allenedmonds.com.

Say, I'm having trouble receiving the data into hyperterm (read: no data being received) I take it CDR needs to be set to EIA.  Is there are CDR "service" that needs to be started on the Definity?

RE: CDR (SMDR) Port Settings on G3SiV9

Yes you need to Go into the trunk groups and turn on cdr reports.

José B. Olagues
Telephony Administrator
NACIO Systems

RE: CDR (SMDR) Port Settings on G3SiV9

(OP)
Thanks,

I'll give that a try when I'm in the office next week.

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