SMDR Settings on the Mitel Controller
The Mitel has an internal buffer to store SMDR records, if there is nothing downloading it.
The Default settings are 32k of memory and a file to store 20000 entries.
- Please let your PBX company make any changes as needed.
- When these changes are made, all data in the buffers are emptied and lost. So capture the old data first.
- Real-time SMDR must be disabled in the SMDR settings.
You can view your current current settings with this Maintenance command on the Mitel Web interface:
LOGSYS Attributes SMDR
You should get output like this:
FILE routed to: .REDUNLOGS.SMDR PRINT routed to: RAM size: 32768 bytes. FILE size: 20000 entries. Overflow disposition: WRAP Print header: System OFF Date OFF Reason OFF Print reason: LOAD LOAD setting: First 1 Increment 1 ALARM setting: First 0 Increment 0
The Size can be modified by using Logsys Size (LOGS S)
This command will set the buffer limit to 75000 ( the maximum value allowed)
LOGSYS SIZE SMDR FILE 75000
Sets the size of the RAM buffer (RAM) or buffer file (FILE) for the specified log.
It is recommended that you do not change the RAM buffer size.