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Old 10-02-2018, 05:01 AM
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Default Buffer for CDR in IPO500V2 connecting to Server Edition

Need to know how many CDR records can be buffered in an IPO500V2 when it is a gateway of an IPO Server Edition (R11). We want to know how many CDR records can be stored if the IPO500V2 is off-line with the Server Edition. Thanks!


We also need to know if an IPO500V2 gateway registering to an IPO server edition can generate SMDR for trunk calls going through the IPO500V2. If the link to the IPO server is down, can the IPO500V2 still generate SMDR for trunk calls on the IPO500V2?

Last edited by ck2; 10-03-2018 at 03:19 AM. Reason: Further queries
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