Snom ONE. 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 the IP PBX

1. Within the administration console set the settings from the following figure. Replace <ip-addr> and <port> with the real IP address and port of a computer where Data Logger is located. For example: cdr:

2. In the format template field you must specify the format: $w$2o$5x$5e$15c$5A$5d

The format can be changed using the link http://localhost/reh_status.htm?save=save&cdr_format=$w$2o$5x$5e$15c$5A$5d

CDR and recording

SMDR Format String

The following table can help you customize the SMDR record format. Please, note that if you'll customize the format our software will not decode incoming data. The parser is designed foe the default format "$w$2i$5x$5e$15c$5A$5d".

Password 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 Snom ONE.

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 Snom ONE



Selecting the correct parser for Snom ONE

Parser Selection For Snom ONE - SMDR/CDR call logging & accounting

Snom ONE

Snom ONE

Data items

DescriptionData typeColumn name
Call timedatetimeCALL_TIME
Call typestringCALL_TYPE
Ring duration (s)integerRING_S
Call duration (s)integerCALL_DURATION_S
Call durationdatetimeCALL_DURATION

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