LG LDK-300. 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.

Pinout and wiring

PBX (9 pin) PC (9 pin)
1 1
3 3
4 4
6 2

SMDR enable

To print the SMDR, perform the following Steps:

  1. Activate the PC utility program on a networked PC.
  2. Connect the serial port of MBU to the serial port of the PC with the RS-232C cable.
  3. At the Attendant Station:
    • Press the [TRANS/PGM] button.
    • Dial 0111 (Station Base) or 0113 (Group Base).
  4. Enter the Station or Group range.
  5. The SMDR is printed to PC.

SMDR attributes

Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) will provide details on both incoming and outgoing calls. As an assignable database option, if All Call Record is selected, incoming and outgoing local and long distance calls are all provided. The following items can be customized:

  1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button.
  2. Dial 169.
  3. Follow the specific Procedure as listed in the Table.
Option Description Procedure
LCD Time Display Mode LCD Time formats. + FLEX1 + 0 (24H) + [HOLD/SAVE]
LCD Date Display Mode LCD date formats. + FLEX2 + 0 (DDMMYY) + [HOLD/SAVE]
  1. Press the [TRANS/PGM] button.
  2. Dial 177.
  3. Follow the specific Procedure as listed in the Table.
Option Description Procedure
SMDR Save Enable If this value is set to ON, maximum of 1000 SMDR data can be recorded in the System memory. + FLEX1 + 1 (ON) + [HOLD/SAVE]
SMDR Print Enable If this value is set to ON, SDMR data can be printed real time through the serial/MODEM/LAN port. + FLEX2 + 1 (ON) + [HOLD/SAVE]
SMDR Recording Call Type If this value is set to ALL, all outgoing CO calls will be recorded by the SMDR. + FLEX3 + 0 (ALL CALLS) + [HOLD/SAVE]
Print Incoming Call If value is set to ON, all incoming calls can be printed. + FLEX5 + 1 (ON) + [HOLD/SAVE]
Print Lost Call If value is set to ON, lost calls are printed Lost calls are defined as calls that are unanswered. + FLEX6 + 1 (ON) + [HOLD/SAVE]
Records in Detail If this value is set to OFF, only total calls, total metering count and total cost for individual Station information will be recorded. + FLEX7 + 0 (OFF) + [HOLD/SAVE]
SMDR Dial Digit Hidden If this value is set non-zero value, the printed digits from right or left will be replaced with a "*" symbol up to the designated value. + FLEX8 + 0 (OFF) + [HOLD/SAVE]
SMDR Start Timer If this value is set non-zero value, only the outgoing CO call more than this value time is served SDMR. + FLEX12 + 000 (OFF) + [HOLD/SAVE]
Print Caller Number If this value is set to ON, the caller number is printed when receiving an incoming SMDR call. + FLEX16 + 1 (ON) + [HOLD/SAVE]

SMDR attributes in PCADMIN

SMDR settings

Configuring a COM port

The COM port number should match the number in your system. You can check the correct port number in Devices Manager → Ports.

1. Add a new configuration with the RS232 data source (if you didn't it before).

RS232 Interface

2. Select the COM port and configure the communication settings for your PBX corresponding to your PBX settings.

RS232 or COM port settings for (none)
Port flow control settings (none)

Selecting the correct parser for LG LDK-300

Parser Selection For (none)

LG LDK-300

LG LDK-300

Data items

DescriptionData typeColumn name
Call durationdatetimeCALL_DURATION
Call duration (s)integerCALL_DURATION_S
Call timedatetimeCALL_TIME
Call typestringCALL_TYPE
Account codestringACC

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