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Description of SMDR

Description of SMDR

Description of SMDR

Does anyone know where to locate (either a website, pdf, or in one of the 500 binders that came with the definity) the column headers and/or the description of the data that is being dumped to my printer out of the SMDR serial port?

The columns are different for incoming, internal, and outgoing calls...

Dennis B

Remember - YOU ARE UNIQUE!!!... Just like EVERYONE ELSE! ;o)

RE: Description of SMDR

Dennis, using the following command you can change the "Primary Output Format" to "Customized". Once you select "Customized" a second page will appear which will let you view/adjust the Data Items and Lengths.

cha system-parameters cdr

Also, check out the following .pdf



RE: Description of SMDR

Absolutely, Positively, Perfect!

Thank you!

Not only did you supply the pdf that contained what the output was for me... but you gave me the option to CHANGE IT!

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for taking the time to help!

====> Dennis

Dennis B

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