Message-ID: <email@example.com> Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2004 14:44:57 -0800 (PST) From: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] RadiusNT3 + Cisco AS5300 VoIP Gateway
I have RadiusNT3 now taking call log info from our Cisco box successfully.
However, there is one minor detail missing, I assume it is an attribute from
the dictionary. What I am looking for is to record to our call log the IP
address of the remote calling gateway that is terminating calls into our box.
Do you know the attribute/dictionary/procedure for this? Or can u at least
point me in the right direction?
Thank You Again,
--- Peter Deacon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 21 Mar 2004, email@example.com wrote:
> > Dear All,
> > I am still happily using Radius NT v. 3.185 for our ISP dial-up
> > services. Is it possible to use RNT3 to record call data records for
> > calls terminated to our Cisco AS5300 VoIP gateway? Any idea where I can
> > get some info to configure this?
> > Or do I need a different radius server suited to the Cisco AS5300 as a
> > VoIP gateway?
> You just add columns to your Calls table corrosponding to the RADIUS you
> want to record as they are named in the dictionary ('-' excluded). When
> RadiusNT is restarted it will pick up the new columns and start recording
> data for them.
> Starting with RadiusNT v5 we have added Cisco VOIP specific parsing to
> allow multiple string AVPairs to be recorded in separate columns for
> Cisco-AVPAir = "h323-conf-id=abc123"
> Cisco-AVPAir = "h323-return-code=0"
> With RadiusNT 3 you would add a column 'Cisco-AVPair' and the contents
> inserted into that field in the Calls table is 'h323-conf-id=abc123' ...
> Data in the second attribute is ignored.
> With RadiusNT 5:
> You just add two columns 'h323confid' and 'h323returncode' and their
> respective values 'abc123' and '0' are recorded.
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