[VOIPSEC] RE: Call Detail Records for VOIP Calls
junkma1l at cox.net
Sun Apr 17 21:54:45 BST 2005
Yes, CDRs for VoIP I've found to contain much greater detail than even many
enterprise PBXs. Configurability of the output can be somewhat of an issue,
but most are provided in some sort of XML or csv format that makes it even
easier for parsing and analysis than the proprietary formats available via
traditional Class 5 or PBX environments. Whether the systems are based on
trunk groups or network gateways, it's rather trivial to sort these however
desired or puchase a mediation system to do this for you with CDRs including
directionality. I'm not familiar with any specifics in SOX to recommend the
logging requirements, but as the bulk of these systems are *nix or Windows
based, they should be able to be as compliant as any of the database
requirements if engineered as such.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Teicher" <mht3 at earthlink.net>
To: <voipsec at voipsa.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2005 12:50 PM
Subject: [VOIPSEC] RE: Call Detail Records for VOIP Calls
> Has anyone dealt with configuration of Call Detail Records for VOIP calls?
> What is the logging requirements for Sarbanes-Oxley regarding how CDR
> records are to be kept and what format??
> Can call detail records be split into incoming and outgoing calls based on
> trunk groups routing voice traffic and then re-assembled for investigative
> What about parsing through call detail records for unusual calling
> patterns or duration based calls ??
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