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*Calls in white/grey are calls that did not connect
 
*Calls in white/grey are calls that did not connect
   
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*Ring - the time in seconds the call rang for
When a call is not connected, the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_SIP_response_codes SIP response code] is given in place of the call length. eg, 180, 183 etc.
 
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*Call - The time in seconds the call lasted for after being answered.
 
 
**When a call is not connected, the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_SIP_response_codes SIP response code] is given in place of the call length. eg, 180, 183 etc.
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*Rate - the [http://aa.net.uk/telecoms-callprices-area.html rate code] of the call, eg 01 is a UK 01 number, fm are mobile numbers
   
 
==Other VoIP Features:==
 
==Other VoIP Features:==

Revision as of 11:15, 19 December 2013

Go to the VoIP Category

Call Detail Records

CDRs are available on the Control Pages. The invoice will include an itemised bill too.

Fields on the CDR page:

  • Calls in green are outbound calls from the customer
  • Calls in blue are inbound calls to the customer
  • Calls in white/grey are calls that did not connect
  • Ring - the time in seconds the call rang for
  • Call - The time in seconds the call lasted for after being answered.
    • When a call is not connected, the SIP response code is given in place of the call length. eg, 180, 183 etc.
  • Rate - the rate code of the call, eg 01 is a UK 01 number, fm are mobile numbers

Other VoIP Features:

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