We have some "legacy" DID numbers -- they enter Call Manager where a translation pattern sends them to the current, new number.
Is there someplace the call detail records I can find how often a particular DID (or particular translation pattern) was actually used? If these numbers are no longer in use, we could drop them when we switch carriers in the next month or so.
Although there is no translation information in the CDRs, there is a service parameter which supposedly puts extra information into the traces.
Digit Analysis Complexity : This parameter allows the user to toggle between two modes; that is, StandardAnalysis and TranslationAndAlternatePatternAnalysis. The TranslationAndAlternatePatternAnalysis mode gives information about the Translation pattern and the Alternate matches in the CCM Traces while finding a match for a pattern. The valid values for this field follow:
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