Can somebody advise me on the best way to trace 911 calls coming from inside our facility - we are running CUCM 6.1(2) so no SQL DB to look at. This has happened multiple times but we cannot seem to find what extension is dialing it.
I've also recently moved to 6.1(2). I was running 4.1(3) and had it sending my CDRs to a SQL server making it easy for me to search for calls. The upgrade broke my setup and I was faced with either purchasing ER or IPcelerate for 911 call notification.
After playing with CCM for a while, I was able to configure it to ftp the CDR records to another server. I then wrote a simple app that would get the uploaded CDR files and upload them to my SQL server. While the program is processing the CDR files, it keeps a lookout for 911 calls. If the app finds a call that is no older than 5 minutes it sends an email to a list of predefined uses.
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