Right now I am working on building a solution for our company that will give us some insight into A) customer experience and B) element performance. To do this, I am trying to get access to the CDR files that our Cisco BTS 10200 uploads periodically. Now I know these CDR's get uploaded via FTP to our billing system. However is it possible to add a secondary destination along with the primary destination, so each 1 record gets sent to both locations? This way we don't have to come up with some way to copy them from the billing system (a different organizational entity) before the files get absorbed into their database and purged.
Any pointers would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
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