Cisco Unified CDR Analysis and Reporting Administration Guide, Release 8.0(2)
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Configuring CDR Search

Table Of Contents

Configuring CDR Search

CDR Search

Configuring CDR Search by User/Phone Number/SIP URL

Configuring CDR Search by Gateway

Configuring CDR Search by Cause for Call Termination

Viewing Call Termination Details

Configuring CDR Search by Call Precedence Levels

Configuring CDR Search for Malicious Calls

Configuring CDR Search for Different Call Types

Related Topics

Additional Cisco Documentation


Configuring CDR Search


CAR provides reporting capabilities for three levels of users: administrators, managers, and individual users. Only CAR administrators can use CDR Search.

This chapter contains the following topics:

CDR Search

Configuring CDR Search by User/Phone Number/SIP URL

Configuring CDR Search by Gateway

Configuring CDR Search by Cause for Call Termination

Viewing Call Termination Details

Configuring CDR Search by Call Precedence Levels

Configuring CDR Search for Malicious Calls

Configuring CDR Search for Different Call Types

Related Topics

Additional Cisco Documentation

CDR Search

In all CDR Search reports, the system only displays the oldest 100 records that fall into the time and date range that you configure. The CDR Search reports generate only in HTML format.

You can configure CDR searches to verify the details of a call. The search forms groups of all the related legs of a call, which can be useful if the call involves a conference or transfer. This method helps you track the progress and quality of each part of an entire call.

This section describes the following features:

CDR Search by User/Phone Number/SIP URL—Available for CAR administrators. You can search CDRs by user or directory number (calling, original called, final called, or bridge number) to analyze call details for the first 100 records that satisfy the search criteria. You can search for calls by using specific numbers for the period that you specify, which helps you trace calls that are placed from or to any specific numbers for diagnostic or informational purposes. All associated records, such as transfer and conference calls, appear together as a logical group. If you do not specify the phone number or SIP URL, the system returns the first 100 CDR records that match the date range that you specify.

CDR Search by Gateway—Available for CAR administrators. You can search CDRs by gateways to analyze the call details of calls that are using specific gateways. This method helps you trace issues on calls through specific gateways.

CDR Search by Cause for Call Termination—Available for CAR administrators. You can search CDRs by cause for call termination to get information about the cause for the termination of a call. You can choose from a list of causes for call termination and can generate the report for a particular date range. The generated report contains the report criteria, along with the total number of calls that were placed in the given time. In addition, a table displays with the fields Call Termination Cause Value and description, the total number of calls, and the percentage of calls for each Call Termination Cause, and an option to choose the CDRs.

CDR Search by Call Precedence Level—Available for CAR administrators. You can search CDRs by call precedence level. The report that generates allows you to view the CDRs on the basis of precedence. You can choose the precedence level and date range for which to generate a report. The report displays the number of calls and the percentage of these calls for each precedence level that you choose. Report criteria display the precedence levels and date range for which the report generated information in the Call Precedence Details window. You can view the media information and the CDR-CMR dump from the CDR Search by Precedence Levels Result window. The media information and CDR-CMR dump information display in separate windows.

CDR Search for Malicious Calls—Available for CAR administrators. You can search CDRs to get information about malicious calls. You can choose phone number or SIP URL and the date range for which to generate a report. The report displays the CDRs for all the malicious calls for a chosen phone number or SIP URL and date range. Report criteria display the phone number or SIP URL and the date range for which the report generated information. You can view the media information and CDR-CMR dump from the CDR-CMR search results window. The media information and CDR-CMR dump information display in separate windows.

Export CDR/CMR—Available for CAR administrators. With this feature, you can export CDR/CMR dump information, for a given date range in the CSV format, to a location that you choose on your computer. You can also view the file size of the dump information and delete CDR/CMR files.

Before You Begin

Make sure that you set the Cisco Unified Communications Manager service parameters CDR Enabled Flag and Call Diagnostics Enabled to True (enabled), so the system can generate CDR/CMR data. By default, the system disables these service parameters. For more information about these service parameters, see the "Configuring CDR Service Parameters" section on page 2-6.

All CAR reports use CDR data. Be sure to have the most current CDR data from which to build your reports. By default, CDR data loads continuously 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, you can set the loading time, interval, and duration as needed. See Chapter 29, "Configuring the CAR System Scheduler" for more information.


Note After you log in to the CAR main window, the following warning may display if Cisco Unified Communications Manager is also activated: "Warning: In some servers in this cluster the CDR Enabled Flag is false and so CDR entries may not be generated for all the calls made in this cluster."Some clusters have multiple nodes where some of the nodes do not run Cisco Unified Communications Manager services. This warning checks all nodes in the cluster regardless of Cisco Unified Communications Manager service activation status. Ignore the warning after manually checking the CDR Enabled Flag parameter settings for all the Cisco Unified Communications Manager service subscribers. If you have a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition installation, ignore this warning message.


Configuring CDR Search by User/Phone Number/SIP URL

Only CAR administrators use the CDR Search by User/Phone Number/SIP URL feature.

This section describes how to show the details of CDR data based on a user or phone number or SIP URL feature. You can search CDR data by user or directory number (calling, original called, or final called) to analyze call details for the oldest 100 records that satisfy the search criteria. If more than 100 records are returned, the system truncates the results. You can search for calls by using specific numbers for the period that you specify, which helps you trace calls that are placed from or to any specific numbers for diagnostic or informational purposes. All associated records, such as transfer, mobility, silent monitoring and recording, and conference calls, appear together as a logical group.

Procedure


Step 1 Choose CDR > Search > By User/Phone Number/SIP URL.

The CDR Search window displays.


Note You can enter a wildcard pattern like "!" or "X" to search on phone number or SIP URL. The "!" represents any n digit that has 0-9 as each of its digits, and the "X" represents a single digit in the range 0-9.


Step 2 Perform one of the following tasks:

To search CDRs based on Internal Phone Number/SIP URLs, enter the value in the Phone Number/SIP URL field and click the Add Phone Number/SIP URL button.

To search CDRs based on user, click the Search Internal Phone Number/SIP URL based User link, enter the first few letters of the first and/or last name in the First Name and/or Last Name fields, and click the Search button. When the results display, click the Select link next to the result that you want to include. Click the Close button.

The phone number or SIP URL displays in the Phone Number/SIP URL(s) box.


Note To delete an item from the Report Criteria box, click the Remove Phone Number/SIP URL(s) button. You can delete all items from the Report Criteria box by clicking the Remove All Phone Number/SIP URL(s) button.


Step 3 Choose the date and time range of the period for which you want to see CDR data for the specified user or phone number or SIP URL. Current time displays in both Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and local time and uses the following rules:

The UTC and local time comprises a numeric string of mmddyyyy hhmmss, as in January 15, 2007 12:00:00.

The default FromDate and ToDate values display in UTC time.

The default ToDate specifies the current time of the server in UTC time.

The default FromDate value specifies the ToDate value minus 1 hour. For example, if ToDate = January 15, 2007 12:00:00, the FromDate default value = January 15, 2007 11:00:00 (all times in UTC).

Step 4 Choose whether to run the CDR Search report with grouping or without grouping. If you choose with grouping, check the check box beside With Grouping. The default value specifies Without Grouping.


Note With Grouping choice means that the system returns CDR records that match the date and time range for the search, and groups them with their associated records. Without Grouping returns all the CDR records that match the date and time range without grouping together all the associated records for each call.


Step 5 Click the OK button.

The CDR-CMR Search Results window displays. The system only displays the oldest 100 records that fall into the date range that you configured in Step 3.

Step 6 To view the CMR data, click the Others button. To view both the CDR and CMR data fields, click the View button.

Step 7 To mail the report to e-mail recipient(s), follow the steps in the "Mailing a Report" section on page 3-3.


Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Configuring CDR Search by Gateway

Only CAR administrators use the CDR Search by Gateway feature.

This section describes how to search CDR data based on a specific gateway type or on those gateways that use a chosen route pattern.

Procedure


Step 1 Choose CDR > Search > By Gateway.

The CDR Search by Gateway window displays.

Step 2 Perform one of the following tasks:

To display all the gateways that are configured in the system, click Gateway Types in the Gateway Types and Route Patterns pane.

To expand the tree structure and display the type of gateway from which you can choose, click the icon next to Gateway types.

To choose a gateway that uses a particular route pattern/hunt pilot, rather than a gateway type, click Route Patterns/Hunt Pilots in the Gateway Types and Route Patterns pane. The gateways that are associated to the configured Route Patterns/Hunt Pilots display.

To expand the tree structure and display route pattern/hunt pilot for you to choose, click the icon next to Route Patterns/Hunt Pilots.


Note You can also search for specific route patterns/hunt lists by entering part of the name of the route pattern(s)/hunt pilot(s) in the Route Patterns/Hunt Pilots box in the column on the left side of the window. CAR searches for the route pattern(s)/hunt list(s) that matches the search string.


Step 3 Choose a gateway type from the list.

The gateway name displays in the List of Gateways box.


Note The List of Gateways box will display up to 200 gateways that are configured for the chosen gateway type.


Step 4 In the List of Gateways box, choose the gateways that you want to include in the report.


Note You can generate a report for up to 15 gateways at a time. If you choose more than 15 gateways, you will receive a message that states "Select 15 or fewer gateways to generate new report."


Step 5 To move the chosen gateway to the list of Selected Gateways box, click the down arrow.

The gateway that you chose displays in the Selected Gateways box.

Step 6 Choose the date and time range of the period during which you want to search CDR data. Current time displays in both Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and local time and uses the following rules:

The UTC and local time comprise a numeric string of mmddyyyy hhmmss, as in January 15, 2007 12:00:00.

The default FromDate and ToDate values display in UTC time.

The default ToDate specifies the current time of the server in UTC time.

The default FromDate value specifies the ToDate value minus 1 hour. For example, if ToDate = January 15, 2007 12:00:00, the FromDate default value = January 15, 2007 11:00:00 (all times in UTC).

Step 7 Choose whether to run the CDR Search report with grouping or without grouping. If you chose with grouping, check the check box beside With Grouping. The default specifies Without Grouping


Note With Grouping choice means that the system returns CDR records that match the date and time range for the search, and groups them with their associated records. Without Grouping returns all the CDR records that match the date and time range without grouping together all the associated records for each call.


Step 8 Click the OK button.

The CDR-CMR Results window displays. The system only displays the oldest 100 records that fall into the date and time range that you configured in Step 6. If more than 100 records are returned, the system truncates the results.

Step 9 To view the CMR data, click the Others button. To view both the CDR and CMR data fields, click the View button.

Step 10 To mail the report to e-mail recipient(s), follow the steps in the "Mailing a Report" section on page 3-3.


Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Configuring CDR Search by Cause for Call Termination

Only CAR administrators use the CDR Search by Cause for Call Termination feature. The following tables contain the call termination cause codes by which you may search:

"Call Termination Cause Codes"

"Cisco-Specific Call Termination Cause Codes"

Table 25-1 Call Termination Cause Codes 

Code
Description

0

No error

1

Unallocated (unassigned) number

2

No route to specified transit network (national use)

3

No route to destination

4

Send special information tone

5

Misdialed trunk prefix (national use)

6

Channel unacceptable

7

Call awarded and being delivered in an established channel

8

Preemption

9

Preemption—circuit reserved for reuse

16

Normal call clearing

17

User busy

18

No user responding

19

No answer from user (user alerted)

20

Subscriber absent

21

Call rejected

22

Number changed

26

Non-selected user clearing

27

Destination out of order

28

Invalid number format (address incomplete)

29

Facility rejected

30

Response to STATUS ENQUIRY

31

Normal, unspecified

34

No circuit/channel available

38

Network out of order

39

Permanent frame mode connection out of service

40

Permanent frame mode connection operational

41

Temporary failure

42

Switching equipment congestion

43

Access information discarded

44

Requested circuit/channel not available

46

Precedence call blocked

47

Resource unavailable, unspecified

49

Quality of Service not available

50

Requested facility not subscribed

53

Service operation violated

54

Incoming calls barred

55

Incoming calls barred within Closed User Group (CUG)

57

Bearer capability not authorized

58

Bearer capability not presently available

62

Inconsistency in designated outgoing access information and subscriber class

63

Service or option not available, unspecified

65

Bearer capability not implemented

66

Channel type not implemented

69

Requested facility not implemented

70

Only restricted digital information bearer capability is available (national use)

79

Service or option not implemented, unspecified

81

Invalid call reference value

82

Identified channel does not exist

83

A suspended call exists, but this call identity does not

84

Call identity in use

85

No call suspended

86

Call having the requested call identity has been cleared

87

User not member of CUG (Closed User Group)

88

Incompatible destination

90

Destination number missing and DC not subscribed

91

Invalid transit network selection (national use)

95

Invalid message, unspecified

96

Mandatory information element is missing

97

Message type nonexistent or not implemented

98

Message is not compatible with the call state, or the message type is nonexistent or not implemented

99

An information element or parameter does not exist or is not implemented

100

Invalid information element contents

101

The message is not compatible with the call state

102

Call terminated when timer expired; a recovery routine executed to recover from the error

103

Parameter nonexistent or not implemented - passed on (national use)

110

Message with unrecognized parameter discarded

111

Protocol error, unspecified

122

Precedence Level Exceeded

123

Device not Preemptable

125

Out of bandwidth (Cisco specific)

126

Call split (Cisco specific)

127

Interworking, unspecified

129

Precedence out of bandwidth


Table 25-2 Cisco-Specific Call Termination Cause Codes 

Decimal Value Code
Hex Value Code
Description

262144

0x40000

Conference Full (was 124)

393216

0x60000

Call split (was 126)
This code applies when a call terminates during a transfer operation because it was split off and terminated (was not part of the final transferred call). This can help determine which calls terminated as part of a feature operation.

458752

0x70000

Conference drop any party/Conference drop last party     (was 128)

16777257

0x1000029

CCM_SIP_400_BAD_REQUEST

33554453

0x2000015

CCM_SIP_401_UNAUTHORIZED

50331669

0x3000015

CCM_SIP_402_PAYMENT_REQUIRED

67108885

0x4000015

CCM_SIP_403_FORBIDDEN

83886081

0x5000001

CCM_SIP_404_NOT_FOUND

100663359

0x600003F

CCM_SIP_405_METHOD_NOT_ALLOWED

117440591

0x700004F

CCM_SIP_406_NOT_ACCEPTABLE

134217749

0x8000015

CCM_SIP_407_PROXY_AUTHENTICATION_REQUIRED

150995046

0x9000066

CCM_SIP_408_REQUEST_TIMEOUT

184549398

0xB000016

CCM_SIP__410_GONE

201326719

0xC00007F

CCM_SIP_411_LENGTH_REQUIRED

234881151

0xE00007F

CCM_SIP_413_REQUEST_ENTITY_TOO_LONG

251658367

0xF00007F

CCM_SIP_414_REQUEST_URI_TOO_LONG

268435535

0x1000004F

CCM_SIP_415_UNSUPPORTED_MEDIA_TYPE

285212799

0x1100007F

CCM_SIP_416_UNSUPPORTED_URI_SCHEME

83886207

0x1500007F

CCM_SIP_420_BAD_EXTENSION

369098879

0x1600007F

CCM_SIP_421_EXTENSION_REQUIRED

402653311

0x1800007F

CCM_SIP_423_INTERVAL_TOO_BRIEF

419430421

0x19000015

CCM_SIP_424_BAD_LOCATION_INFO

1073741842

0x40000012

CCM_SIP_480_TEMPORARILY_UNAVAILABLE

1090519081

0x41000029

CCM_SIP_481_CALL_LEG_DOES_NOT_EXIST

1107296281

0x42000019

CCM_SIP_482_LOOP_DETECTED = 0x42000000 + EXCHANGE_ROUTING_ERROR

1124073497

0x43000019

CCM_SIP_483_TOO_MANY_HOOPS

1140850716

0x4400001C

CCM_SIP_484_ADDRESS_INCOMPLETE

1157627905

0x45000001

CCM_SIP_485_AMBIGUOUS

1174405137

0x46000011

CCM_SIP_486_BUSY_HERE

1191182367

0x4700001F

CCM_SIP_487_REQUEST_TERMINATED

1207959583

0x4800001F

CCM_SIP_488_NOT_ACCEPTABLE_HERE

1258291217

0x4B000011

CCM_SIP_491_REQUEST_PENDING

1291845649

0x4D000011

CCM_SIP_493_UNDECIPHERABLE

1409286185

0x54000029

CCM_SIP_500_SERVER_INTERNAL_ERROR

1442840614

0x56000026

CCM_SIP_502_BAD_GATEWAY

1459617833

0x57000029

CCM_SIP_503_SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE

-1493172161

0xA700003F

CCM_SIP_503_SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE_SER_OPTION_NOAVAIL

1476395110

0x58000066

CCM_SIP__504_SERVER_TIME_OUT

1493172351

0x5900007F

CCM_SIP_505_SIP_VERSION_NOT_SUPPORTED

1509949567

0x5A00007F

CCM_SIP_513_MESSAGE_TOO_LARGE

2701131793

0xA1000011

CCM_SIP_600_BUSY_EVERYWHERE

2717909013

0xA2000015

CCM_SIP_603_DECLINE

2734686209

0xA3000001

CCM_SIP_604_DOES_NOT_EXIST_ANYWHERE

2751463455

0xA400001F

CCM_SIP_606_NOT_ACCEPTABLE


This section describes how to search for information about the cause for termination of a call.

Procedure


Step 1 Choose CDR > Search > By Cause for Call Termination.

The Cause for Call Termination window displays.

Step 2 To search for the cause(s) of the termination of a call, highlight the cause(s) in the list of call termination causes.


Tip You can select more than one cause by clicking the causes that you want while holding down the Ctrl key on your keyboard. You can also select all causes in the list by holding down the Shift key while clicking all causes.


Step 3 With the desired cause(s) highlighted, click the down arrow above the Selected Call Termination Causes box.

The cause(s) that you selected displays in the Selected Call Termination Causes list box.


Note To view a complete list of Call Termination Causes, see the "Call Termination Cause Codes" section in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call Detail Records Administration Guide.


Step 4 Choose the date and time range of the period during which you want to search CDR data. When you configure the time range, use UTC.

Step 5 Choose whether to run the CDR Search report with grouping or without grouping. If you chose with grouping, check the box beside With Grouping. The default specifies Without Grouping


Note With Grouping choice means that the system returns CDR records that match the date and time range for the search and groups them with their associated records. Without Grouping returns all the CDR records that match the date and time range without grouping together all the associated records for each call.


Step 6 Click OK.

The Call Termination Details window displays the report criteria for which the report was generated, along with the total number of calls that were placed during the given time range as well as how many call legs and the percentage of call legs for each cause code that is selected. The system displays only the oldest 100 records that fall into the date and time ranges that you configured in Step 4. If more than 100 records are returned, the system truncates the results.

Step 7 To view CDRs, see the "Viewing Call Termination Details" section.


Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Viewing Call Termination Details

This section describes how to view the call termination details.

Before You Begin

Follow the steps in the "Configuring CDR Search by Cause for Call Termination" section to display the Call Termination Details window.

Procedure


Step 1 In the Select CDRs field, check the check box beside the individual CDRs that you want to view or, if you want to view all CDRs in the list, check the Select CDRs check box.

Step 2 After you have chosen the CDRs that you want to view, click View CDRs.

The CDR-CMR Search Results window displays.

To view the media information and the CDR-CMR dump records, click the Others and View links. See the "Understanding the Results for CDR Search" section on page 27-1 for information on how to read CDR search results reports.

Step 3 To print information that displays on the window, click the Edit button in your browser. Right-click the Select All button to highlight the section of the report that you want to print. Click the Print button.

Step 4 To mail the report in an e-mail, click Send Report and follow the procedure that is described in the "Mailing a Report" section on page 3-3.


Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Configuring CDR Search by Call Precedence Levels

Only CAR administrators use the CDR Search by Call Precedence Levels feature.

This section describes how to search for calls according to call precedence.

Procedure


Step 1 Choose CDR > Search > By Call Precedence Level.

The CDR Search by Precedence Levels window displays.

Step 2 In Select Precedence Levels, check the check box(es) for the call precedence level(s) on which you want to search as described in Table 25-3.

Table 25-3 Call Precedence Levels 

Voice Quality
Description

Flash Override

Highest precedence setting for MLPP calls.

Flash

Second highest precedence setting for MLPP calls.

Immediate

Third highest precedence setting for MLPP calls.

Priority

Fourth highest precedence setting for MLPP calls.

Routine

Lowest precedence setting for MLPP calls.



Note To check the check boxes of every precedence level, click Select All. To clear the check boxes, click Clear All.


Step 3 In the From Date field, choose the date and time from which you want CDRs searched. Current time displays in both Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and local time and uses the following rules:

The UTC and local time comprises a numeric string of mmddyyyy hhmmss, as in January 15, 2007 12:00:00.

The default FromDate and ToDate values displays in UTC time.

The default ToDate specifies the current time of the server in UTC time.

The default FromDate value specifies the ToDate value minus 1 hour. For example, if ToDate = January 15, 2007 12:00:00, then the FromDate default value = January 15, 2007 11:00:00 (all times in UTC).

Step 4 In the To Date field, choose the date and time to which you want CDRs searched.

Step 5 Choose whether to run the CDR Search report With Grouping or Without Grouping. If you chose With Grouping, check the check box beside With Grouping. The default value specifies Without Grouping


Note With Grouping choice means that the system returns CDR records that match the date and time range for the search and groups them with their associated records. Without Grouping returns all the CDR records that match the date and time range without grouping together all the associated records for each call.


Step 6 Click OK.

The Call Precedence Details window displays and shows the call precedence levels and values, number of call legs, and percentage of call legs.

Step 7 In the Select CDRs column, check the check box(es) of the CDR(s) at which you want to look.

Step 8 Click View CDRs.

The CDR-CMR Search by Precedence Levels - CDR-CMR Search Results window displays. The system displays only the oldest 100 records that fall into the date and time ranges that you configured in Step 3 and Step 4. If more than 100 records are returned, the system truncates the results.

Step 9 To view the CMR data, click the Others button. To view both the CDR and CMR data fields, click the View button.

Step 10 To mail the report to e-mail recipient(s), click Send Report and follow the steps in the "Mailing a Report" section on page 3-3.


Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Configuring CDR Search for Malicious Calls

Only CAR administrators use the CDR Search for Malicious Calls feature.

This section describes how to search for malicious calls.

Procedure


Step 1 Choose CDR > Search > Malicious Calls.

The CDR Search for Malicious Calls window displays.

Step 2 Perform one of the following tasks:

In the Select Phone Number/SIP URL(s) box, enter the phone number or SIP URL in the Phone Number/SIP URL field and click Add Phone Number/SIP URL.

The phone number or SIP URL of the user displays in the Selected Phone Number/SIP URL(s) box.

To search for a user phone number or SIP URL, click the Search Internal Phone Number/SIP URL based User link, enter the first few letters of the first and/or last name in the First Name and/or Last Name fields, and click the Search button. When the results display, click the Select link next to the result that you want to include. The phone number or SIP URL that is associated with the user displays in the Selected Phone Number/SIP URL(s) box. Click the Close button.


Note To remove the phone number or SIP URL, highlight the phone number or SIP URL that you want to remove and click Remove Phone Number/SIP URL(s). To remove all phone numbers or SIP URL(s), click Remove All Phone Number/SIP URL(s).


Step 3 Choose the date and time range of the period when you want to search CDR data. Current time displays in both Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and local time and uses the following rules:

The UTC and local time comprises a numeric string of mmddyyyy hhmmss, as in January 15, 2007 12:00:00.

The default FromDate and ToDate values display in UTC time.

The default ToDate specifies the current time of the server in UTC time.

The default FromDate value specifies the ToDate value minus 1 hour. For example, if ToDate = January 15, 2007 12:00:00, then the FromDate default value = January 15, 2007 11:00:00 (all times in UTC).

Step 4 Choose whether to run the CDR Search report With Grouping or Without Grouping. If you chose with grouping, check the box beside With Grouping. The default value specifies Without Grouping


Note With Grouping means that the system returns CDR records that match the date and time range for the search and groups them with their associated records. Without Grouping returns all the CDR records that match the date and time range without grouping all the associated records for each call together.


Step 5 Click OK.

The CDR-CMR Search Results window displays. The system only displays the oldest 100 records that fall into the date and time ranges that you configured in Step 3. If more than 100 records are returned, the system truncates the results.

Step 6 To view the CMR data, click the Others button. To view both the CDR and CMR data fields, click the View button.

Step 7 To mail the report to e-mail recipient(s), follow the steps in the "Mailing a Report" section on page 3-3.


Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Configuring CDR Search for Different Call Types

Only CAR administrators use the CDR Search for Different Call Types feature.

This section describes how to search for different call types.

Procedure


Step 1 Choose CDR > Search > By Call Types.

The CDR Search for Different Call Types window displays.


Note You can enter a wildcard pattern like "!" or "X" to search on phone number or SIP URL. The "!" represents any n digit that has 0-9 as each of its digits, and the "X" represents a single digit in the range 0-9.


Step 2 Perform one of the following tasks:

To search CDRs based on phone numbers/SIP URLs, enter the phone number or SIP URL in the Phone Number/SIP URL field and click the Add Phone Number/SIP URL button.

To search CDRs based on user, click the Search Internal Phone Number/SIP URL based User link, enter the first few letters of the first and/or last name in the First Name and/or Last Name fields, and click the Search button. When the results display, click the Select link next to the result that you want to include. Click the Close button.

The phone number or SIP URL displays in the Selected Phone Number/SIP URL(s) box.


Note To delete an item from the Report Criteria box, click the Remove Phone Number/SIP URL(s) button. You can delete all items from the Report Criteria box by clicking the Remove All Phone Number/SIP URL(s) button.


Step 3 Current time displays in both Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and local time. The UTC and local time comprises a numeric string of mmddyyyy hhmmss, as in January 15, 2007 12:00:00.

Step 4 From the Select TimeZone field, choose the time zone that you want to use to search the CDRs. Options include your local time zone and Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Step 5 In the From Date field and the To Date field, choose the date and time from and to which you want to search the CDRs, respectively. The times in the From and To fields use the following rules:

The default FromDate and ToDate values displays in UTC time.

The default ToDate specifies the current time of the server in UTC time.

The default FromDate value specifies the ToDate value minus 1 hour. For example, if ToDate = January 15, 2007 12:00:00, then the FromDate default value = January 15, 2007 11:00:00 (all times in UTC).

Step 6 Click OK.

The CDR-CMR Search Results window displays. The system displays only the oldest 100 records that fall into the date and time ranges that you configured in Step 3 and Step 4. If more than 100 records are returned, the system truncates the results.

Step 7 To view the CMR data, click the Others button. To view both the CDR and CMR data fields, click the View button.

Step 8 To mail the report to e-mail recipient(s), click Send Report and follow the steps in the "Mailing a Report" section on page 3-3.


Additional Information

See the "Related Topics" section.

Related Topics

CDR Analysis and Reporting Configuration Checklist, page 2-1

Chapter 24, "Understanding CDRs"

Chapter 26, "Configuring the Export of CDR/CMR Records"

Chapter 27, "Reviewing CDR Search Results"

Additional Cisco Documentation

Cisco Unified Communications Operating System Administration Guide

Cisco Unified Serviceability Administration Guide

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call Detail Records Administration Guide