Track calls on Cisco UC560

Posted on 2011-10-13
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I need to be able to calls to and from a Cisco UC560. Just a basic record like calling / called number and the extension that made or received the call.

Is there some way to do this with SNMP or something similar that would be free or cheap? I dont need a lot of sophisticated reporting, just a record that can be searched in a pinch.

Question by:willp2
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    You have multiple choices: configuring accounting and collect CDRs either by ftp or syslog.

    refer to the following urls :

    Configuring File Accounting

    an other choice is to use Cisco Historical Reporting Client

    for ither choices please refer to:

    Best Regards.

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    Thanks! I'll look into them

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