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       The  main  purpose of isdnlog is to create a log file with
       information about all incoming and outgoing calls, namely:
       this file.

       The  file  has 19 fields, separated by pipe characters "|"
       with fixed length.  The fields are:

        1  Time of connect
        2  Caller's number (if transmitted)
        3  Called number
        4  Duration of connection in seconds
        5  Duration of connection in 1/100 seconds
        6  Time of connect (as usual in seconds since 1970)
        7  Number of charge signals received (-1 if you don't get
           charge signals)
        8  I = Incoming or O = Outgoing
        9  Cause Code if connection was not established
       10  Number of bytes transferred (incoming)
       11  Number of bytes transferred (outgoing)
       12  Version number of isdnlog
       13  ISDN Service Code
       14  1 = called by isdn user, 0 = called by analog user
       15  Costs per charge unit (e.g. 0.062 in Germany)
       16  Currency  of  charge  unit  (e.g. EUR in most parts of
       17  Total cost of connection
       18  Provider
       19  Zone


              This file: isdnlog log file.




       This  manual  page  was  written  by  Andreas  Jellinghaus
       <aj@dungeon.inka.de>, for Debian GNU/Linux and isdn4linux.
       Now maintained by Paul Slootman <paul@debian.org>.

ISDN 4 Linux 3.3            2002/01/31                 isdnlog(5)
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