Mike's PBX Cookbook

CDR Programming

1 LD 17 – Configure CDR in Configuration Record

a) Configure a TTY port:

NEW TTY x Configure new port (where: x is the port number)
CHG TTY x Change existing port (where: x is the port number)

b) Use New Format CDR output:


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

a) Enable Time to Answer and Abandoned Calls records:


b) Enable Call Detail Recording:

PORT enter the TTY port number

3 LD 16 – Configure CDR in Route Data Block

Configure CDR options on each route required:

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

LD 10/LD11/LD12 – Configure CDR for Telephone Types
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)

Nortel Meridian Standard 3 line CDR

Sample Notes:
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.

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