Can anyone advise where to get info on the breakdown , or structure, of the Connection ID in a Cisco VOIP CDR. Probably this question should provide aditional context, happy to do so. These are records from Cisco CME. Many thanks.
Here's an example:
Feb 14 08:18:40 172.24.80.227 149033: 149097: Feb 14 08:18:40.429 EST: %VOIPAAA-5-VOIP_CALL_HISTORY: CallLegType 1, ConnectionId 31C9DDBC 9C9311DA AB680013 7FF56610, SetupTime 08:18:17.029 EST Tue Feb 14 2006, PeerAddress 5143856804, PeerSubAddress , DisconnectCause 10 , DisconnectText normal call clearing (16), ConnectTime 08:18:17.089 EST Tue Feb 14 2006, DisconnectTime 08:18:40.419 EST Tue Feb 14 2006, CallOrigin 2, ChargedUnits 0, InfoType 2, TransmitPackets 558, TransmitBytes 88644, ReceivePackets 663, ReceiveBytes 106080
Thanks. I don't have any info though on the actual meaning of the parts of the ConnectionId. I assume the source, origin, time&date, router etc are encoded in there somewhere. Is there a breakdown available of that ? I'm examining some traffic data that I don't know a lot about.
While I'm here, I'm wondering what the two 6 digit numbers are at the front of the record. Between the two date stamps.
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