[asterisk-users] Determination of billsec
murf at digium.com
Wed Nov 7 10:22:34 CST 2007
On Wed, 2007-11-07 at 21:47 +1300, CSB wrote:
> How is the billsec field calculated in CDRs?
> I have a situation where billsec is being reported as 0 despite the
> call being answered and a conversation occurring. An example record
> '2007-11-06 21:36:50', '6495566778', '6495566778', '0116495566778',
> '1100012_1', 'Local/0116495566778 at 1100012_1-887b,2',
> 'SIP/64.192.001.001-08893238', 'Dial',
> 'SIP/0116495566778 at 64.192.001.001||hH', 10, 0, 'ANSWERED', 3, '',
> '1194338210.61', ''
> Any advice would be appreciated.
I see in the above, that a Local/ channel is involved. If you are really
interested in seeing this problem cleared up, please file a bug with
bugs.digium.com; and do your best to fully describe how a Local/ channel
got involved in the call. Include enough specific information so that
the person wanting to fix the bug (maybe me) will be able to reproduce
the situation and get the same results.
(aka codefreeze on irc)
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