What is CDR? Is it related to roaming?

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What is CDR? Is it related to roaming?

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It seems that you already know what CDR means, because you tagged your question with ‘Call Detail Record’.
What exactly do you need to know?

Actually CDR stands for Call Detail Record, and it is a record containing information relating to a single call or session. The format of CDRs is not fixed and therefore varies between networks. CDR are generated by telephone provider switches.

A CDR usually contains information like Call Setup time, Call Answer Time, Call End Time, Originating Number, Destination Number, involved protocols, etc.

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  • JagmohanDDun
    CDR stands for Call Details Records which consists the all the call related parameters like-Call start time,Call End Time,MSISDN,IMEI No. etc... in the CDR we used to verify that that our transmitting call is transmitted properly or not there are different types of CDR which have the different-2 formats A CDR is composed of fields that describe the exchange. Examples of fields include: the number making the call (calling party) the number receiving the call (called party) when the call started (date and time) how long the call was (duration) the phone number charged for the call the identifier of the telephone exchange writing the record a sequence number identifying the record additional digits on the called number used to route or charge the call the result of the call (whether it was answered, busy etc) the route by which the call entered the exchange the route by which the call left the exchange call type (voice, SMS, etc) I think this answer will help you a lot. Thanks, Jagmohan Chauhan
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