Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call Detail Records Administration Guide, Release 8.0(1)
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V -

Index

A

AAC calls 4-2

AAC calls CDR example 4-4

abandoned calls 4-4

abandoned calls CDR example 4-5

ad hoc conference linking 4-5

authCodeDescription, CDR field name 5-20

authorizationCodeValue, CDR field name 5-22

authorizationLevel, CDR field name 5-20

auto pickup 4-22

auto pickup, CDR example 4-22

B

Backup CDR data 1-4

barge 4-16

barge, CDR examples 4-16

billing server 1-1, 1-2, 7-3

blind transfer from the called party, CDR example 4-76

blind transfer from the calling Party, CDR example 4-75

C

call control process 2-1, 7-1

call Diagnostics enabled service parameter 7-2

called party normalization, CDR example 4-52

called party transformation 4-52

callIdentifier, CMR field name 8-2

calling party normalization 4-25

calling party normalization, CDR example 4-26

callingPartyNumber, CDR field name 5-5

callingPartyNumber, URL 4-74

callingPartyNumberPartition, CDR field name 5-17

callingPartyUnicodeLoginUserID, CDR field name 5-5

call management records 7-1, 8-1, 10-1

call management records, K-Factor data 9-1

call monitoring 4-18

call monitoring, CDR examples 4-18

call park 4-19

call park pickup 4-19

call park pickup, CDR example 4-20

call park reversion 4-20

call park reversion, CDR example 4-21

call pickup 4-21

call recording 4-23

call recording, CDR example 4-23

calls, logical partitioning 4-53

call secured status, CDR example 4-24

callSecuredStatus, CDR field name 5-21

call secured status scenarios 4-24

calls with busy or bad destinations 4-26

call termination cause codes, Cisco-specific, table 6-5

call termination cause codes, table 6-2

CAR

CDR/CMR records configuration 1-1, 2-1, 3-1, 4-1, 5-1, 6-1

cBarge 4-28

cBarge, CDR example 4-28

CDR Agent 1-2

CDR example, logical partitioning 4-54

CDR example, SIP call with URL in callingpartynumber field 4-74

CDR Log Calls With Zero Duration Flag service parameter 4-4

CDR Management 1-1

CDRM feature 1-1

CDR onDemand Service 1-3

CDR processing 7-1

cdrRecordType, CDR field name 5-2

cdrRecordType, CMR field name 8-1

CDR repository 2-1, 7-1

CDR Repository Manager 1-2

Cisco-specific call termination cause codes, table 6-5

Cisco Unified IP Phone, K-Factor support 9-3

client matter code 4-29

client matter code, CDR example 4-29

clientMatterCode, CDR field name 5-20

CMC 4-29

CMC, CDR example 4-29

CMR, configuring 7-2

CMR Field Descriptions (Diagnostic), table 8-1

CMR records 8-1, 10-1

codec types, table 6-1

comment, CDR field name 5-20

conference call, CDR example 4-30

conference calls 4-29

conference drop any party 4-32

conference drop any party, CDR example 4-32

conference linking 4-5

conference linking, removing the linked conference 4-13

conference linking, using transfer or direct transfer 4-8

conference linking using join 4-6

conference linking using join CDR example 4-6

conference linking using transfer or direct transfer, CDR example 4-8

configuring CMRs 7-2

consultation transfer from the called party, CDR example 4-77

consultation transfer from the calling party, CDR example 4-76

conventions i-ix

CPU utilization 7-3

D

dateTimeConnect, CDR field name 5-15

dateTimeDisconnect, CDR field name 5-15

dateTimeOrigination, CDR field name 5-4

dateTimeStamp, CMR field name 8-3

destCallTerminationOnBehalfOf, CDR field name 5-18

destCause_location 5-11

destCause_value, CDR field name 5-12

destConversationID, CDR field name 5-19

destDeviceName, CDR field name 5-18

destDTMFMethod, CDR field name 5-21

destIpAddr, CDR field name 5-10

destLegCallIdentifier, CDR field name 5-10

destMediaCap_Bandwidth, CDR field name 5-22

destMediaCap_g723BitRate, CDR field name 5-13

destMediaCap_maxFramesPerPacket, CDR field name 5-13

destMediaCap_payloadCapability, CDR field name 5-13

destMediaTransportAddress_IP, CDR field name 5-12

destMediaTransportAddress_Port, CDR field name 5-13

destNodeId, CDR field name 5-10

destPrecedenceLevel, CDR field name 5-12

destRSVPAudioStat, CDR field name 5-14

destRSVPideoStat, CDR field name 5-15

destSpan, CDR field name 5-10

destVideoCap_Bandwidth, CDR field name 5-13

destVideoCap_Codec, CDR field name 5-13

destVideoCap_Resolution, CDR field name 5-14

destVideoTransportAddress_IP, CDR field name 5-14

destVideoTransportAddress_Port, CDR field name 5-14

deviceName, CMR field name 8-5

devices, K-Factor support 9-3

directoryNumber, CMR field name 8-3

directoryNumberPartition, CMR field name 8-5

document

audience i-viii

conventions i-ix

organization i-viii

purpose i-vii

documentation

related i-ix

DTMF, CDR example 4-34

DTMF method 4-34

duration, CDR field name 5-18

E

End-to-End Call Trace 4-35

End-to-End Call Trace Example 4-35

external call control

routing reason values 5-27

F

FAC 4-37

FAC, CDR example 4-38

filename format 2-1, 7-2

finalCalledPartyNumber, CDR field name 5-11

finalCalledPartyNumberPartition, CDR field name 5-17

finalCalledPartyUnicodeLoginUserID, CDR field name 5-11

flat file format 2-2, 7-2

forced authorization code 4-37

forced authorization code, CDR example 4-38

forwarded calls 4-38

forwarded calls, CDR example 4-39

G

globalCallID_callId, CDR field name 5-3

globalCallId_callId, CMR field name 8-2

globalCallID_callManagerID, CDR field name 5-2

globalCallID_callManagerId, CMR field name 8-2

globalCallId_ClusterId, CDR field name 5-20

globalCallId_ClusterId, CMR field name 8-5

global call identifier 3-2

H

H.239 4-42

H.239, CDR example 4-42

I

idivert 4-45

iDivert, CDR example 4-45

iLBC call, CDR example 4-44

iLBC calls 4-43

immediate divert, CDR example 4-45

immediate divert to voice-messaging system 4-45

intercom calls 4-46

intercom calls, CDR example 4-46

international escape code 4-25

Internet Low Bit Rate Codec 4-43

IP addresses 3-5

IPv6 calls 4-48

J

jitter, CMR field name 8-4

joinOnBehalfOf, CDR field name 5-20

K

K-Factor data 9-1

L

lastRedirectDn, CDR field name 5-16

lastRedirectDnPartition, CDR field name 5-17

lastRedirectRedirectOnBehalfOf, CDR field name 5-19

lastRedirectRedirectReason, CDR field name 5-19

latency, CMR field name 8-5

legacy call pickup 4-51

legacy call pickup, CDR example 4-52

local route groups 4-52

local route groups, CDR example 4-52

logical partitioning 4-53

M

malicious calls 4-55

malicious calls, CDR example 4-55

meet-me conference 4-55

meet-me conference, CDR example 4-55

mobility 4-56

mobility, CDR example 4-56

mobility cell pickup, CDR example 4-58

mobility follow me, CDR example 4-56

mobility handin, CDR example 4-57

mobility handout, CDR example 4-58

mobility IVR, CDR example 4-59

mobility scenarios 4-56

N

nodeId, CMR field name 8-2

normal calls 4-59

normal calls, CDR example 4-60

numberOctetsReceived, CMR field name 8-4

numberOctetsSent, CMR field name 8-3

numberPacketsLost, CMR field name 8-4

numberPacketsReceived, CMR field name 8-3

numberPacketsSent, CMR field name 8-3

number translations 3-3

O

OnBehalfOf codes, table 6-8

on-net calls 4-74

on-net calls, CDR example 4-74

organization i-viii

origCalledPartyRedirectOnBehalfOf, CDR field name 5-19

origCalledPartyRedirectReason, CDR field name 5-19

origCallTerminationOnBehalfOf, CDR field name 5-18

origCause_location, CDR field name 5-6

origCause_value, CDR field name 5-6

origConversationID, CDR field name 5-22

origDeviceName, CDR field name 5-18

origDTMFMethod, CDR field name 5-21

originalCalledPartyNumber, CDR field name 5-11

originalCalledPartyNumberPartition, CDR field name 5-16

original calling party on transfer 4-33, 4-60

original calling party on transfer, CDR example 4-33, 4-61

origIpAddr, CDR field name 5-5

origLegCallIdentifier, CDR field name 5-4

origMediaCap_Bandwidth, CDR field name 5-22

origMediaCap_g72.3BitRate, CDR field name 5-7

origMediaCap_maxFramesPerPacket, CDR field name 5-7

origMediaCap_payloadCapability, CDR field name 5-7

origMediaTransportAddress_IP, CDR field name 5-7

origMediaTransportAddress_Port, CDR field name 5-7

origNodeId, CDR field name 5-4

origPrecedenceLevel, CDR field name 5-6

origRSVPAudioStat, CDR field name 5-9

origRSVPVideoStat, CDR field name 5-9

origSpan, CDR field name 5-4

origVideoCap_Bandwidth, CDR field name 5-8

origVideoCap_Codec, CDR field name 5-8

origVideoCap_Resolution, CDR field name 5-8

origVideoTransportAddress_IP, CDR field name 5-8

origVideoTransportAddress_Port, CDR field name 5-8

outpulsedCalledPartyNumber, CDR field name 5-22

outpulsedCallingPartyNumber, CDR field name 5-22

P

partitions and numbers 3-3

personal assistant calls 4-61

personal assistant conferencing 4-66

personal assistant conferencing, CDR example 4-66

personal assistant direct call 4-61

personal assistant direct call, CDR example 4-61

personal assistant interceptor going directly to destination, CDR example 4-62

personal assistant interceptor going to media port and transferring the call 4-62

personal assistant interceptor going to media port and transferring the call, CDR example 4-62

personal assistant interceptor going to multiple destinations 4-63

personal assistant interceptor going to multiple destinations, CDR example 4-63

personal media interceptor going directly to destination 4-62

pickup 4-21

pickup, CDR example 4-21

pkid, CDR field name 5-16

pkid, CMR field name 8-5

precedence calls (MLPP) 4-67

precedence calls (MLPP), CDR example 4-67

R

redirected calls 4-38

redirection (3xx), CDR example 4-69

Redirection (3xx) calls 4-69

redirect reason codes, table 6-6

refer calls 4-69

related documentation i-ix

removing a controller from a linked conference, CDR example 4-12

removing a party (controller) from a linked conference 4-11

removing a party from a linked conference 4-9

removing a party from a linked conference, CDR example 4-10

removing the linked conference 4-13

removing the linked conference, CDR example 4-14

replaces calls 4-69

replaces calls, CDR example 4-70

routing reason values

for external call control 5-27

RSVP 4-71

RSVP, CDR example 4-71

S

secure conference meet-me 4-72

secure conference meet-me, CDR example 4-72

service parameter

call diagnostics enabled 7-2

CDR Log Calls With Zero Duration Flag 4-4

short calls 4-73

short calls, CDR example 4-73

SIP call with URL 4-73

successful calls

IPv6 CDR examples 4-48

successful on-net calls 4-74

successful on-net calls, CDR examples 4-74

support for dialing '+', CDR example 4-26

T

timestamps 3-5

transferred calls 4-74

transferred calls, CDR example 4-75

types of codec, table 6-1

U

understanding 7-1

unsuccessful call, CDR example 4-26

unsuccessful calls

IPv6 CDR examples 4-50

upgrading Cisco Unified CM 1-3

V

varVQMetrics, CMR field name 8-6

video calls 4-77

video calls, CDR example 4-77

video conference calls 4-78

video conference calls, CDR example 4-79