What is a CDR?

CDR is a VoIP acronym that stands for Call Detail Record.  A Call Detail Record is a comprehensive file of a recently completed call or call attempt over your VoIP network.  The information most often contains a Time and Date stamp, the CLI (caller) phone number, the CLD (callee) phone number, country of origin, call duration, billed call duration and charged amount.  Typically CDRs will be included with your monthly phone bill much like your traditional telephone provider.

More advanced VoIP applications and VoIP Carriers require highly detailed CDRs.  Call-ID, Delay, PDD, User Agent, and LRN information are just a few items included on highly detailed CDRs.  Some VoIP applications also require real-time CRDs from their VoIP Provider.  Most often this is offered via an online user portal.

Starcom CDRs Include-

Parameter Value
Call-Id
CLI
CLD
Protocol
I-Protocol
I-Cdr
I-Call
I-Account
Result
Cost
Delay
Duration
Billed Duration
Connect Time
Disconnect Time
Incoming CLD
Incoming CLI
Prefix
Price 1
Price N
Interval 1
Interval N
Post Call Surcharge
Connect Fee
Free Seconds
Remote IP
Grace Period
User Agent
PDD
Release Source
Plan Duration
Accessibility Cost
LRN CLD
Incoming LRN CLD
Area Name
P-Asserted-Id
Remote-Party-Id
Connect Processing Time


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