AudioCodes Mediant 1000. SMDR/CDR data format and connection settings

This data is being extracted with help of the "Advanced PBX Data Logger" software only. It may not applicable for other software titles.

Configuring CDR

Note: For CDR reporting, you must also enable the Syslog feature.

1. Open the Syslog Settings page (Troubleshoot menu > Troubleshoot tab > Logging folder > Syslog Settings).
2. From the Enable Syslog drop-down list, select Enable.
3. Specify the Syslog Server IP address
5. Specify the Syslog Server Port number (default: 514).
6. Open the Call Detail Record Settings page.
7. Under the CDR Reports group:
7.1. Specify the IP address of your computer or server with Advanced PBX Data Logger in the CDR Server IP Address field.
7.2. Select End Call in CDR Report Level and Medial CDR Report Level drop-down lists.
7.3. Select Disable in CDR Syslog Sequence Number.

Syslog settings

CDR settings

SBC CDR Format

8. Open the SBC CDR Format page.
9. Define fields as showed on fig. 3 (the column order is important).

SBC CDR settings

Gateway CDR Format

10. Open the Gateway CDR Format page.
11. Define fields as showed on fig. 4 (the column order is important).

Gateway CDR settings

Configuring Advanced PBX Data Logger as a TCP server

Advanced PBX Data Logger should be configured to the TCP server mode and listen on (see below). The IP address allows receiving data from all network connections on your computer. The port number should match the value from the SMDR settings in your AudioCodes Mediant 1000.

1. Add a new configuration with the TCP data source (if you didn't it before).

TCP/IP Data Interface

2. Configure the TCP settings as shown below.

TCP Server Mode for AudioCodes Mediant 1000



Selecting the correct parser for AudioCodes Mediant 1000

Parser Selection For (none)

AudioCodes Mediant 1000

AudioCodes Mediant 1000

Data items

DescriptionData typeColumn name
Call typestringCALL_TYPE
Call timedatetimeCALL_TIME
Connect timedatetimeCONNECT_TIME
Release timedatetimeRELEASE_TIME
Call IdentifierstringFLAG6
Call OriginatorstringFLAG5
Caller phonestringCALLER_PHONE
Source URLstringFLAG1
Destination URLstringFLAG2
Call duration (sec)integerCALL_DURATION_S
Call durationdatetimeCALL_DURATION
Termination ReasonstringFLAG7
Caller Display IDstringFLAG3
Callee Display IDstringFLAG4
Termination ReasonstringTERM_REASON
Termination Reason CategotystringTERM_REASON_CAT
IP Group NamestringIP_GROUP
SRD ID and NamestringSRD_ID
SIP interface IDstringSIP_ID
Proxy Interface IDstringPROXY_ID
IP Profile IDstringIP_PROFILE
Medial Realm IDstringMEDIA_REALM
Direct Media IDstringDIRECT_MEDIA
SIP Termination ReasonstringSIP_TERM_REASON
SIP Termination DescriptionstringSIP_TERM_DESC

Interested in reports for PBX usage?

We offer the PBX Reports utility with various manual, scheduled and email reports, built-in web-server, and other features. Look here

Want PBX call logs in a database?

This is the standard feature. The logger captures exports SMDR or CDR data in real-time to your database. Follow this link

Note: Products and companies mentioned here are used only for definition and identification purposes and can be trademarks and/or registered trademarks of the respective companies.