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connect-time == disconnect-time

Hello!

I have an AS5350 as a voip gateway running c5350-is-mz.122-13.T5.bin. When i mak

e a call somewhere i can see strange thing in radius log:

-------------radius log, quoted---------

Acct-Session-Time = 0

h323-call-type = "h323-call-type=VoIP"

h323-connect-time = "h323-connect-time=10:44:50.091 MSD Mon Aug 18 2003"

h323-disconnect-time = "h323-disconnect-time=10:44:50.091 MSD Mon Aug 18 2003"

------------End---------------

I.e. connect-time exactly equals disconnect-time for Voip-leg. Though all statistic for Telephony-leg looks OK.

Could you tell me why such thing happens and what to do?

Thank you!

----------------sh run, quoted--------

aaa authentication login h323 group Voip

aaa authorization exec h323 group Voip

aaa accounting connection h323 start-stop group Voip

gw-accounting aaa

-----------------End---------------

2 REPLIES
Silver

Re: connect-time == disconnect-time

THat probably reflects a call that was never answered. Most billing servers actually look at the duration which is connect time - disconnect time, and if it is 0 it is not billed for the call. The telephony leg will show connected earlier, especially if you have an ivr setup. The ip leg will show connected when the call is answered.

Hope this helps.

Taimoor

New Member

Re: connect-time == disconnect-time

>Hope this helps.

Absolutely! My limited mind translated 'one telephony number with answer machine' to 'somewhere' :-)

I've call a real man and everything is OK :)

Thanks a lot!

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