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This guide provides you with the basic information and best practices guidelines you'll need to integrate JeraSoft Billing software. There are two main technical ways of collecting the call data from any switch system: via the xDR-files or via the RADIUS-server.
1) xDR-files import
Advantages: high reliability and stability, no calls information may be lost due to server or client side;
Disadvantages: the data is received with delays because the files are copying at the defined periods of time.
Advantages: data is received in real-time mode (i.e., the call packet is sent right after the end of the call), call authorization procedure, possibility to use advanced routing features;
Disadvantages: when network or server hardware is unstable, possible loss of data (although, this data can be restored later with xDR-files).
It is possible to combine both methods, but take into account the capability of your switching equipment, because not all equipment can support both these methods at once. Some gateways support only one integration type (for example, Cisco gateways do not write any xDR files, so integration is possible only through RADIUS).
For more advanced functionality use the left navigation bar and find instructions on how you can integrate your JeraSoft VCS with different kinds of switching equipment, for proper calls billing and processing.
SR-S4000, SR-S4500, SR-S5000, SR-S6000, MVTS Pro, MVTS I, MVTS II, RTU
Open Source Solution
SIP Server, PBX
Cisco 28xx, 29xx, 3750, Cisco PGW 2200
4/5 level Softswitch ECSS-10
Open Source Platform
SBC S3, SBC C3
SBC Class 4
Class 4, Class 5
Squire MGC, Squire S5
TMG800, TMG2300, TMG7800, FreeSBC