The intermediate long duration CDR (Call Detail Record) feature provides the capability to generate intermediate CDRs containing full call information after an administrable time period elapses.
Intermediate CDRs are by default generated every 30 minutes of active and established call time. The Intermediate CDRs is configurable. The intermediate CDRs are additional to the standard CDR.
A record type of Intermediate Call Record indicates intermediate CDR. This information is stored as separate files for backup purposes.
The layout is the same as the Standard CDR, with the exception that field no. 2 has a different record type value and field no. 66 has value = 1. For the layout and definitions of all remaining fields, refer to "Standard CDR”.
The standard CDR and any associated intermediate CDRs can be correlated together by means of the 32 character numerical sequence part of the "Record ID" and the "Switch ID" fields which always have the same values across these CDRs.
Parent topic: Call Detail Record (CDR)
Standard CDR (Call Detail Record)
Call Forwarding CDR (Call Detail Record)
Long Call Duration Record
Change of Software Audit Record
Feature Activation / Deactivation Record