1 LD 17 Configure CDR in Configuration Record
|NEW TTY x||Configure new port (where: x is the port number)|
|CHG TTY x||Change existing port (where: x is the port number)|
|- USER CTY|
b) Use New Format CDR output:
|- FCDR NEW|
c) Enable CDR output of CLID information.
Note: TTY Ports are enabled in LD 37: STAT TTY, ENL TTY x
2 LD 15 Configure CDR in Customer Data Block
b) Enable Call Detail Recording:
|PORT enter the TTY port number|
3 LD 16 Configure CDR in Route Data Block
|INC YES||(CDR output for all incoming calls)|
|LAST YES||(The terminating ID field in the CDR record will contain the last party)|
|TTA YES||(Time to Answer information output)|
|ABAN YES||(Abandoned call records output)|
|QREC NO||(Initial connection (Q) record output for incoming ACD calls)|
|OAL YES||(CDR output for all outgoing calls)|
|AIA YES||(Enable Answered call Identification Allowed)|
|OAN YES||(CDR output for answered outgoing calls only)|
|OPD YES||(Out-pulsed digits output in CDR)|
4 Optional: Not normally used
Internal Call Detail Recording and abandoned call record and time to answer have to be enabled on a per-set basis.
|CLS (CDMD) CDMA||(LD 10/11 - Call Detail Monitoring Denied/Allowed. If allowed, a D record is output regardless)|
|ICDR (ICDD) ICDA||(LD 12 - Internal Call Detail Recording (denied))|
5 Sample CDR Output - Nortel Meridian Standard (3 line)
Record 021 shows an inbound call to extension 5571 with a CLID of 2385256.
Record 022 shows an outbound call from extension 5571 to 2271643 where 7001 is the Route Access Code.