CloudCDR Supports Cisco CDR

Posted: July 24, 2016 in News

ciscoCloudCDR supports Cisco now. I just completed the implementation of CloudCDR to support Cisco CDR. If you are interested to have a trial, please download the latest Windows version here. Cisco CDR data is a comma separated string, it is quite easy to parse it and send the data to database and Splunk. You are not required to type “add paramcdr” command one by one because I have prepared the command “import paramcdr cisco” for you. To configure the tool works with Cisco, please set the following parameters in the tcpgate program console:

If you don’t have cdr_systemtype and cdr_systemothers parameter, please do the following
> add parameter cdr_systemtype others
> add parameter cdr_systemothers cisco
> import paramcdr cisco
> reload
If you have the cdr_systemtype and cdr_systemothers parameter, please do the following
> update parameter cdr_systemtype others
> update parameter cdr_systemothers cisco
> import paramcdr cisco
> reload
Reference to the Cisco CDR architecture, you need to configure Cisco CDR Repository Manager to send the CDR files to CloudCDR via ftp/sftp. Then CloudCDR imports the CDR files from the local ftp/sftp directory. To configure the importing of CDR files from local directory, enter the following command from the tcpgate console.
> add importdir c:\\ciscocdr\\ c:\\ciscocdr\\archive\\ 
> add retentiondir c:\\ciscocdr\\archive\\ 90 90-days-retention
The package file contains a MySQL script which is used to create the tCiscoCDR table. Please contact me to get a trial license key.
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