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This page contains a complete current list of the Sonus specific attributes captured and recorded in Call Detail Records (CDR).

Media Attributes

Table : Media Attributes

attribute_name

data_type

Call Type

VSA
Number

Default
Value

Attribute Sent
On Stop

Description

NET-Fwd-Flow-In-Realm

string

SIP

11

 

Yes

Not supported:Realm associated with this forward stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-In-Src-Addr

string

SIP

12

 

Yes

Source IP for this forward stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-In-Src-Port

integer

SIP

13

0

Yes

Source port for this forward stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-In-Dst-Addr

string

SIP

14

 

Yes

Destination IP for this forward stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-In-Dst-Port

integer

SIP

15

0

Yes

Destination port for this forward stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-Out-Realm

string

SIP

16

 

Yes

Not supported:Realm associated with this forward stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-Out-Src-Addr

string

SIP

17

 

Yes

Describes source IP for this reverse stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-Out-Src-Port

integer

SIP

18

0

Yes

Describes source port for this forward stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-Out-Dst-Addr

string

SIP

19

 

Yes

Describes destination IP for this forward stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-Out-Dst-Port

integer

SIP

20

0

Yes

Describes destination port for this forward stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-In-Realm

string

SIP

21

 

Yes

Not supported:Realm associated with this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-In-Src-Addr

string

SIP

22

 

Yes

Source IP for this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-In-Src-Port

integer

SIP

23

0

Yes

Source port for this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-In-Dst-Addr

string

SIP

24

 

Yes

Destination IP for this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-In-Dst-Port

integer

SIP

25

0

Yes

Destination port for this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-Out-Realm

string

SIP

26

 

Yes

Not supported:Realm associated with this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-Out-Src-Addr

string

SIP

27

 

Yes

Source IP for this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-Out-Src-Port

integer

SIP

28

0

Yes

Source port for this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-Out-Dst-Addr

string

SIP

29

 

Yes

Destination IP for this reverse stream.

NET-Bwd-Flow-Out-Dst-Port

integer

SIP

30

0

Yes

Destination port for this reverse stream.

NET-Fwd-Flow-Media-Type

string

SIP

31

 

Yes

The media type - voice, fax, data, etc.

NET-Fwd-Flow-PTime

integer

SIP

32

0

Yes

Describes packet ptime in micro seconds.

NET-Fwd-Octets

integer

SIP

33

0

Yes

Number bytes of stream in forward direction.

NET-Fwd-Packets

integer

SIP

34

0

Yes

Total number of packets in forward stream/direction.

NET-Fwd-RTCP-Packets-Lost

integer

SIP

35

0

Yes

Future scope.Total number of RTCP packets lost in forward stream/direction.

NET-Fwd-RTCP-Avg-Jitter

integer

SIP

36

0

Yes

Future scope.RTCP average jitter in forward stream/direction.

NET-Fwd-RTP-Avg-Latency

integer

SIP

37

0

Yes

RTP average latency in forward stream/direction.

NET-Fwd-RTCP-MaxJitter

integer

SIP

38

0

Yes

Future scope.RTCP max jitter in forward stream/direction.

NET-Fwd-RTP-MaxLatency

integer

SIP

39

0

Yes

RTP max latency in forward stream/direction.

NET-Fwd-RTP-Packets-Lost

integer

SIP

40

0

Yes

RTP packets lost in forward stream/direction.

NET-Fwd-RTP-Avg-Jitter

integer

SIP

41

0

Yes

RTP average jitter in forward stream/direction.

NET-Fwd-RTP-MaxJitter

integer

SIP

42

0

Yes

RTP max jitter in forward stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-Octets

integer

SIP

43

0

Yes

Number bytes of stream in backward direction.

NET-Bwd-Packets

integer

SIP

44

0

Yes

Total number of packets in reverse stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-RTCP-Packets-Lost

integer

SIP

45

0

Yes

Future scope.Total number of RTCP packets lost in reverse stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-RTCP-Avg-Jitter

integer

SIP

46

0

Yes

Future scope.RTCP average jitter in reverse stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-RTP-Avg-Latency

integer

SIP

47

0

Yes

RTP average latency in reverse stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-RTCP-MaxJitter

integer

SIP

48

0

Yes

Future scope.RTCP max jitter in reverse stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-RTP-MaxLatency

integer

SIP

49

0

Yes

RTP max latency in reverse stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-RTP-Packets-Lost

integer

SIP

50

0

Yes

RTP packets lost in reverse stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-RTP-Avg-Jitter

integer

SIP

51

0

Yes

RTP average jitter in reverse stream/direction.

NET-Bwd-RTP-MaxJitter

integer

SIP

52

0

Yes

RTP max jitter in reverse stream/direction.


Session Signaling Attributes

 

Table : Session Signaling Attributes

attribute_name

data_type

Call Type

VSA Number

Default Value

Attribute Sent On Stop

Description

NET-Session-Ingress-CallId

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

60

65535

No

This ID corresponds to INBOUND Call leg of the same call.0xFFFF(65535) is an INVALID number and is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Session-Egress-CallId

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

61

65535

No

This ID corresponds to OUTBOUND Call leg of the same call.0xFFFF(65535) is an INVALID number and is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Session-Generic-Id

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

62

0

No

Describes call identifier (conference ID)0 - Invalid

NET-Routing-Table-Number

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

63

0

Yes

Routing table number selected for this call. 0 is an INVALID number and is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Ingress-Signaling-Group

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

64

0

No

Incoming signaling group. 0 is an INVALID number and is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored. Valid range:1 - 10000 - SIP SG,10001 - 20000 - ISDN SG,20001 - 30000 - CAS SG This attribute is applicable only for INBOUND Call legs.

NET-Egress-Signaling-Group

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

65

0

No

Outgoing signaling group. 0 is an INVALID number and is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored. Valid range: 1 - 10000 - SIP SG,10001 - 20000 - ISDN SG,20001 - 30000 - CAS SG This attribute is applicable only for OUTBOUND Call legs.

NET-Primary-Routing-Number

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

66

 

Yes

Primary routing number. Empty string is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored. "" - Invalid

NET-Egress-Final-Routing-Num

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

67

 

Yes

Final routing number. Empty string is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored. " - Invalid this is valid only for Ingress call. For Egress call, it will have default value of 0.

NET-Ingress-Channel-Number

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

68

0

No

Incoming channel number. 0 is an INVALID number and is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored. Valid range: 1 - 1000This attribute are applicable only for INBOUND Call legs.

NET-Egress-Channel-Number

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

69

0

No

Outgoing channel number. 0 is an INVALID number and is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored. Valid range:1 - 1000. This attribute are applicable only for OUTBOUND Call legs.

NET-Call-Type

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

70

0

Yes

Describes the call type. 0= unset, 1 = voice, 2 = T38Fax, 11 = Fax_PassThrough 12 = Modem_PassThrough Note: In case of TDM to TDM calls only "1=voice" is supported.ZERO is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Call-Origin

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

71

0

No

Describes the call direction. 0=eINVALID,1=eINBOUND,2=eOUTBOUND,0 is an INVALID number and is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Calling-Number

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

72

 

No

Calling number. "" - Invalid. Note: Special config setting required for CAS. NET-Calling-Number attribute for FXS requires assigning Own Number to applied ports. Under Web UI - System tab Select the CAS SG entry from the Signaling Group, click on Channel Hunting pull down list and select the Own Number. Assign the ports with calling phone number.

NET-Called-Number

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

73

 

No

Called Number. "" - Invalid.

NET-Calling-Name

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

74

 

No

Calling Name, if present.

NET-Disconnect-Cause

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

75

0

Yes

Disconnect cause - Must for Disconnect case. 0 is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Abort-Cause

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

76

0

Yes

Abort cause - Must for Abort case. 0 is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Ingress-Channel-Id

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

77

 

No

ISDN/CAS : Card:Port:Channel, SIP : Card:SGID:Channel. Null indicates no value provided and needs to be ignored. This attribute are applicable only for INBOUND Call legs.

NET-Egress-Channel-Id

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

78

 

No

ISDN/CAS : Card:Port:Channel, SIP : Card:SGID:Channel. Null indicates no value provided and needs to be ignored. This attribute are applicable only for OUTBOUND Call legs.

NET-Call-Priority string ISDN/CAS/SIP 79   No Call priority, if present.


Call Attributes

 

Table : Call Attributes

attribute_name

data_type

Call Type

VSA Number

Default Value

Attribute Sent On Stop

Description

NET-Call-Number-Type

string

ISDN

90

-1

Yes

Describes call number type. 0 = Unknown ,1 = International Number,2 = National Number,3 = Network Specific Number,4 = Subscriber Number ,5 = Abbreviated number,-1 - would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Call-Plan

string

ISDN

91

-1

Yes

Describes call plan. 0 = Unknown, 1 = ISDN/Telephony numbering plan, 2 = Data Numbering plan, 3 = Telex Numbering plan, 4 = National Standard numbering plan, 5 = Private numbering plan, 6 = Reserved for extension, -1 - would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Original-Called-Number

string

ISDN

92

 

Yes

Describes original called number

NET-Original-Called-Type

string

ISDN

93

-1

Yes

Describes original called number type. 0 = Unknown ,1 = International Number, 2 = National Number, 3 = Network Specific Number, 4 = Subscriber Number, 5 = Abbreviated number.-1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Original-Called-Plan

string

ISDN

94

-1

Yes

Describes original called number plan.0 = Unknown, 1 = ISDN/Telephony numbering plan, 2 = Data Numbering plan, 3 = Telex Numbering plan, 4 = National Standard numbering plan, 5 = Private numbering plan,6 = Reserved for extension. -1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Called-Name

string

ISDN

95

 

Yes

Describes called name.

NET-Namespace

string

ISDN

96

-3

Yes

Describes Namespace used. -2 = Disabled, -1 = Transparent, 0 = Unset / Untranslated, 1 = DSN, 2 = DRSN, 3 = Q.735, 4 = Maximum value ,0 - Unset/Untranslated used for configuring transformation only and never seen at protocol level.-3 - would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Precedence

string

ISDN

97

-1

Yes

Describes call precedence.0 = Unset, 1 = Lowest, 5 = Routine, 10 = Priority, 15 = Immediate, 20 = Flash, 25 = Flash Override, 31 = Flash Override always, 32 = Maximum value.-1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored

NET-Presentation

string

ISDN

98

-1

Yes

Describes call presentation. 0 = Presentation Allowed, 1 = Presentation Restricted, 2 = Number not available due to interworking, 3 = Reserved. -1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Screening

string

ISDN

99

-1

Yes

Describes call screening.0 = User provided(not screened), 1 = User provided(verified and passed), 2 = User provided(verified and failed), 3 = Network provided. -1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Transfer-Capability

string

ISDN

100

-1

Yes

Describes Transfer capability.0 = Speech, 1 = Unrestricted Digital Information, 2 = Restricted Digital information, 3 = 3.1 kHz audio, 4 = Unrestricted digital information with tones/announcements, 5 = Video.-1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Transfer-Mode

string

ISDN

101

-1

Yes

Describes transfer mode.0 = Circuit-mode, 1 = Packet-mode.-1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-Transfer-Rate

string

ISDN

102

-1

Yes

Describes transfer rate.0 = This code shall be used for all packet calls, 1 = 64 kbit/s circuit mode, 2 = 2 x 64 kbit/s circuit mode, 3 = 384 kbit/s circuit mode, 4 = 1472 kbit/s, 5 = 1536 kbit/s circuit mode, 6 = 1920 kbit/s circuit mode, 7 = Multirate (64 kbit/s base rate).-1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.

NET-User-Rate

string

ISDN

103

-1

Yes

Describes user rate.18 = 56 kbit/s, 20 = 64 kbit/s Recommendation X.1.-1 - Would be used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored.


Time Attributes

 

Table : Time Attributes

attribute_name

data_type

Call Type

VSA Number

Default Value

Attribute Sent On Stop

Description

NET-Setup-Time

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

110

 

No

Call setup time. This value indicates time in terms of Seconds in UNIX EPOCH format.

NET-Alert-Time

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

111

 

Yes

Call alert time. This value indicates time in terms of Seconds in UNIX EPOCH format.

NET-Connect-Time

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

112

 

Yes

Call connect time, the date and time the call was actually connected, in UNIX EPOCH format. The time will be the local time configured on the Sonus SBC 1000/2000

NET-Disconnect-Time

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

113

 

Yes

Call disconnect time ,the date and time the call terminated, in UNIX EPOCH format. The time will be the local time configured on the Sonus SBC 1000/2000

NET-Inbound-Seize-Time

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

114

 

Yes

Inbound seize time. This value indicates time in terms of Seconds in UNIX EPOCH format.

NET-Outbound-Seize-Time

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

115

 

Yes

Outbound seize time. This value indicates time in terms of Seconds in UNIX EPOCH format.

NET-Call-Duration

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

116

0

Yes

Call duration (call length) in seconds (rounded to nearest second). The value will be 0 if never connected.

NET-Post-Dial-Delay

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

117

0

Yes

Post dial delay in micro seconds.

NET-Disconnect-Initiator

integer

ISDN/CAS/SIP

118

0

Yes

Disconnect initiator: 0 - Indicates that this Channel did not initiate the Call disconnect from CCC standpoint, i.e. it received Disconnect from other call leg associated with the call.1 - Indicates that this Channel initiated the Call disconnect from CCC standpoint, i.e. it received Disconnect from external interface.


SIP Attributes

 

Table : SIP Attributes

attribute_name

data_type

Call Type

VSA Number

Default Value

Attribute Sent On Stop

Description

NET-P-Asserted-ID

string

SIP

130

 

Yes

Indicates P-Asserted ID.

NET-SIP-Diversion

string

SIP

131

 

Yes

Describes SIP diversion header.

NET-Ingress-Local-Addr

string

SIP

132

 

Yes

Incoming local IP-This attribute will be applicable for Inbound call leg. For Outbound call leg this will be NULL.

NET-Ingress-Remote-Addr

string

SIP

133

 

Yes

Incoming Remote IP. This attribute will be applicable for Outbound call leg. For Inbound call leg this will be NULL.

NET-Egress-Local-Addr

string

SIP

134

 

Yes

Outgoing local IP. This attribute will be applicable for Outbound call leg. For Inbound call leg this will be NULL.

NET-Egress-Remote-Addr

string

SIP

135

 

Yes

Outgoing remote IP. This attribute will be applicable for Outbound call leg. For Inbound call leg this will be NULL.

NET-Ingress-Net-Interface-Id

integer

SIP

136

0

Yes

Incoming network interface ID. This attribute are applicable only for INBOUND Call legs.

NET-Egress-Net-Interface-Id

integer

SIP

137

0

Yes

Outgoing network interface ID. This attribute are applicable only for OUTBOUND Call legs.

NET-Refer-Call-Transfer-Id

string

SIP

138

 

Yes

REFER call transfer ID.

NET-Session-Forked-Call-Id

string

SIP

139

 

Yes

Session forked call ID.

NET-Redirect-Number

string

SIP

140

 

Yes

Redirect number.

NET-Redirect-Ip-Address

string

SIP

141

 

Yes

Redirect IP address.

NET-Session-Ingress-Realm

string

SIP

142

 

Yes

Incoming IP realm- Will be provided only if realm is present. IP will be ignored.

NET-Session-Egress-Realm

string

SIP

143

 

Yes

Outgoing IP realm- Will be provided only if realm is present. IP will be ignored.

NET-Ingress-Signaling-Port-Num

integer

SIP

144

0

Yes

Incoming signaling port number 0 is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored. This attribute are applicable only for INBOUND Call legs.

NET-Egress-Signaling-Port-Num

integer

SIP

145

0

Yes

Outgoing signaling port number 0 is used to indicate that the value needs to be ignored. This attribute are applicable only for OUTBOUND Call legs.

NET-Transport-Type

integer

SIP

146

0

Yes

Provides the last snapshot of Transport type used in the call. Possible values UDP, TCP or TLS 0=eNONE,1=eUDP,2=eTCP,3=eTLS

NET-P-Preferred-ID string SIP 147   No P-Preferred-Identity header from SIP Invite message


Generic Attributes

 

Table : Generic Attributes

attribute_name

data_type

Call Type

VSA Number

Default Value

Attribute Sent
On Stop

Description

NET-Firmware-Version

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

160

 

No

Indicates Sonus SBC 1000/2000 firmware version.

NET-Local-Time-Zone

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

161

 

No

Indicates Sonus SBC 1000/2000 local time zone.

NET-Gw-Id

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

162

 

No

Indicates Sonus SBC 1000/2000 gateway ID.

NET-Time-And-Day

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

163

 

No

Indicates CDR creation Date and time, Sonus SBC 1000/2000 local time in terms of seconds in UNIX EPOCH format.

NET-Log-Time

string

ISDN/CAS/SIP

164

 

No

Indicates CDR log time. Format:Day Month dd hh:mm:ss yyyy Example:Thu Nov 17 16:56:12 2011