Yeastar (S100,S200,S300). 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.
Yeastar S-Series outputs real-time records after the each call (Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)). These records include info about outgoing calls, incoming calls and internal calls.
For example, this page shows the settings for S100
Step 1. Enable AMI on your PBX and setup the permitted host/IP to access AMI.
PATH: Settings → System → Security → Service
PBX Data Logger Settings
1. The logger should work in TCP client mode. The PBX being in permanent listening on port 5038, therefore you need to specify x.x.x.x:5038, where x.x.x.x should be the IP address of your PBX (e.g. 192.168.9.150).
Configuring PBX Data Logger
Our software should work in the TCP client mode. It means that our software will initiate connection with the PBX and the PBX will work as a server. Add one or several PBX IP addresses here (the IP address of the Asterisk [AMI interface]). The port number should match the port that you have defined within the PBX (5038 in the example below).
2. Select the corresponding data query and parser plugin (Modules → Query Parse Filter → Parser).
3. Click the "Setup" button near the "Data query" box.
4. Specify your login and password.
5. Clock "OK" and save all changes.
|Description||Data type||Column name|
|Caller ID Name||string||FLAG1|
|Call duration (sec)||integer||CALL_DURATION_S|
|Total duration (sec)||integer||TOTAL_DURATION_S|
|Ring duration (s)||integer||RING_S|
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