Call Detail Record (CDR) analysis
Managing Monitoring StarLeafLast updated January 8, 2020
You can view CDRs from the Call detail records page in your Admin Portal.
To download a particular CDR, click the download icon in the row of the call that you want to download. To download all CDRs from the past 30 days as a CSV file, click Download all CDRs.
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The unique ID that StarLeaf assigns to each call sequence. Examples of a sequence include all the legs of a scheduled or ad hoc meeting, an initial call and transfer leg, or a fallback to videomail.
Shows the Sequence ID and the unique identifiers of call legs in a point-to-point call or meeting. The Record ID is required by Technical Support to identify a specific call leg.
|initial||A point-to-point call, or the point-to-point call before an ad hoc meeting.|
|consultation||The consultation before forwarding a call, or before adding someone to a meeting.|
|ad hoc participant||A user added to a meeting ad hoc, after an initial point-to-point call.|
|scheduled participant||A user dialing in to a meeting that has been scheduled through the Portal.|
|transferred||The point-to-point call after a transfer has taken place. This is always seen after a CONSULT entry.|
|refer and referred||refer is when a Skype for Business endpoint asks a StarLeaf registered endpoint to join a Skype for Business meeting. referred is the resulting call|
|Answered successfully||The connected to the remote endpoint was established successfully.|
|Not answered||The remote endpoint rung, but was not answered. |
|Not connected||The call was not connected.|
|Answered, but terminated before media negotiation completed||The call connected, but no media was ever established.|
|Moved into meeting||The user dialed into the meeting, and the meeting was active, so they were moved into it successfully. One of these legs appears for each user who successfully joins a StarLeaf scheduled meeting.|
|Ended whilst in waiting room||The user dialed into a meeting, but hung up before any other user joined. The meeting only starts once either the host, or a second participant joins (depending on meeting settings in the StarLeaf Portal).|
|Notified||The callee has StarLeaf app for iPad logged in, but did not answer the call. Their iPad now has a missed call notification.|
|Rejected||The callee pressed the ‘reject’ or ‘send to mailbox’ button on the StarLeaf user interface.|
|Normal completion||The call disconnected after a successful connection.|
|Disconnected||The call ended due to a disconnection. This may have been due to a loss of network connection.|
|No answer||The remote endpoint did not answer the call while it was ringing.|
|Unavailable||The remote endpoint was unavailable. It may not exist, or may be offline.|
|Busy||The remote endpoint returned a busy response. It may have been in another call.|
|Denied||The remote endpoint denied the call. This can only occur if the remote endpoint is a legacy system or PSTN provider.|
|Media error||There was a failure to negotiate appropriate media streams for the call, or a media processing failure in the StarLeaf platform.|
|RMT media error||There was a media negotiation error at one of the endpoints. For example a StarLeaf app client may not have a microphone plugged in.|
|Rejected||The call was rejected by the far end. This may be due to the ‘Ignore call’ button being pressed.|