Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call Detail Records Administration Guide, Release 9.0(1)
Example Cisco call management records
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Example Cisco call management records

Example Cisco call management records

This chapter provides examples of call management records (CMRs).

CMR examples

The following examples of CMRs get generated during a normal call (IP phone to IP phone). Normal calls log three records per call: one CDR and two CMRs (one for each endpoint).

These examples represent a call between directory number 1010 and 1014. See related topics for a sample of the CDR that gets generated during a normal call.

CMR 1

Field Names

AAC CDR

cdrRecordType

2

globalCallID_callManagerid

1

globalCallID_callId

96004

nodeId

1

callIdentifier

28141535

directoryNumber

1010

dateTimeStamp

1202412060

numberPacketsSent

358

numberOctetsSent

61576

numberPacketsReceived

351

numberOctetsReceived

60372

numberPacketsLost

1

jitter

0

latency

0

pkid

e95df5b1-2914-4a03-befb-0f58bf16392d

directoryNumberPartition

 

deviceName

SEP003094C39BE7

globalCallId_ClusterId

StandAloneCluster

varVQMetrics

MLQK=0.0000;MLQKav=0.0000; MLQKmn=0.0000;MLQKmx=0.0000;MLQKvr=0.95; CCR=0.0000;ICR=0.0000;ICRmx=0.0000;CS=0; SCS=0

CMR 2

Field Names

AAC CDR

cdrRecordType

2

globalCallID_callManagerid

1

globalCallID_callId

96004

nodeId

1

callIdentifier

28141536

directoryNumber

1004

dateTimeStamp

1202412060

numberPacketsSent

352

numberOctetsSent

60544

numberPacketsReceived

356

numberOctetsReceived

61232

numberPacketsLost

1

jitter

0

latency

0

pkid

545ff25a-5475-4882-af09-c7b714802703

directoryNumberPartition

 

deviceName

SEP007EBBA6376

globalCallId_ClusterId

StandAloneCluster

varVQMetrics

MLQK=0.0000;MLQKav=0.0000; MLQKmn=0.0000;MLQKmx=0.0000;MLQKvr=0.95; CCR=0.0000;ICR=0.0000;ICRmx=0.0000;CS=0; SCS=0