Below is my configurations
primary ftp 184.108.40.206 username ben98 password 123456
maximum buffer-size 40
maximum fileclose-timer 60
maximum cdrflush-timer 45
CSCtb72550 Bug Details
Call Detail Record File not created in FTP Server
Symptoms: Call Detail Record (CDR) files pushed via FTP are not created on the FTP server.
Conditions: This symptom is observed when the gw-accounting file command is configured to point to an FTP server.
Workaround: Push the CDR records locally to the flash instead of to an FTP URL
Well - you could maybe use a scheduled EEM script to copy the output file?
Now now... question was 'could I', no 'should I'...
In that sense, Expect scripting predates EEM by 20 years, and work great.
But fortunately, not even Cisco dares to suggest that as workaround.
wow ok. so the best option is to upgrade. do you know if this has been fixed in 12.4.22YB4? thanks a lot for all your help guys.
Just an FYI 12.4.22YB4 is in the "known affected version list" as shown in the link below
Here are the "fixed-in" versions
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I have the same problem.
My IOS version is Version 15.1(4)M4
And I cant send the CDR files to the FTP Server.
Here is are my commands:
:[ ]/BibCme1/cdrtest1 username password
secondary ifs flash:cdrtest2
maximum buffer-size 25
maximum retry-count 5
maximum fileclose-timer 500
maximum cdrflush-timer 445
/BibCme1 is the FTP (See the image)
cdrtest1 is the filename.
Putting the CDR on flash memory works, but I cant get it to work on the FTP Server that I need to configure the billing software (BillyBlues - Stonevoice Application Suite 2012).
Or is there a way that I can copy the CDR from flash to FTP Server???
Please try this:
primary ftp BillyBlues_IP/billyblues/ username usr password pwd
maximum buffer-size 6
maximum retry-count 4
maximum fileclose-timer 300
• BillyBlues_IP is the IP address of the BillyBlues machine
• usr/pwd is the username/password of the local Administrator on the BillyBlues machine.
The following command to force CUCME to send CDRs to BillyBlues:
R# file-acct flush with-close
R# file-acct reset