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ISDN logging on Cisco router

We are currently working on a central IPT infrastructure with incoming ISDN lines on the branches.

We need to log these ISDN calls.

Is it possible to log this ISDN data on the router, or is it possible to log this data by an external device (connected to the Cisco router)?

regards, Marty

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Re: ISDN logging on Cisco router

Marty,

I think that trying to collect data from all these devices is not going to work very well. You should be using the CDR records generated on the central call manager. Within the CCM CDR record is a parameter "originating IP address" which can be resolved via a lookup table to your branch router. Any number of call logger providers will be only too willing to create a custom report, or you could use something like crystal reports to post process the output from the CDR anaylsis tool.

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