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CloudCDR 1.1.7 Released

Posted: July 20, 2019 in Avaya CDR, News

CloudCDR 1.1.7 just released, this version has the following updates.

1. Supports multiple instance for Linux platform.
2. Add iparchivemap and portarchivemap commands which enable the file archive by source IP or listening port.
3. Working directory can be specified in Linux version by “-dir” argument.
4. Supports sftp upload authentication using username and keyfile.

AvayaCDR 1.5.21 Released

Posted: July 20, 2019 in Avaya CDR, News

AvayaCDR 1.5.21 just released, this version has the following updates.

1. Add iparchivemap and portarchivemap commands which enable the file archive by source IP or listening port.
2. Working directory can be specified in Linux version by “-dir” argument.

VigilWatch Integration

Posted: July 19, 2019 in Avaya CDR, News

We have successfully integrated with a product called Insight which is created by VigilWatch. CloudCDR is installed on customer side which collects Avaya CDR data and sends the data to the cloud platform of VigilWatch.  Useful reports are provided by Insight and they are useful for daily management. We have some screen dumps to share with you.

AvayaCDR 1.5.20 Released

Posted: December 4, 2018 in Avaya CDR, News

AvayaCDR 1.5.20 just release, this version has the following updates. 

1. Supports sending data to Splunk using HTTP Event Collector method.
2. Supports database PostgreSQL as configuration and CDR database.
3. Supports customized username and password of configuration database for Linux version.

AvayaCDR 1.5.18 Released

Posted: March 10, 2018 in Avaya CDR, News

AvayaCDR 1.5.18 just release, the updates are 

1. Supports IP Office added fields 31 to 34. These fields are used to uniquely identify a call made in an IP Office Server Edition solution.

Customers who subscribed the annual email support service are entitled to software upgrade. Please contact support for the download URL.

AvayaCDR 1.5.17 and CloudCDR 1.1.5 just released, the updates are 

1. Add a parameter cdr_splunklogdir to specify the Splunk log directory. Once this parameter is defined, the Splunk log will be saved in the directory and the parameter to specify Splunk host and port will be ignored.
2. Fine tuned the test SQL command procedure.

AvayaCDR 1.5.16 and CloudCDR 1.1.4 just released, the updates are:

1. Better handling of RSP SCM message.
2. Sends SDM message when AvayaCDR is down.