; Asterisk Call Detail Records (CDR) - Syslog Backend

; The cdr_syslog module writes CDRs using the facilities provided by syslog.
; Not only must you configure cdr_syslog from this file (cdr_syslog.conf) but
; you will also need to make changes to your /etc/syslog.conf before CDRs will
; be written to syslog.
; As an example, you can add the following to /etc/syslog.conf:
;        /var/log/asterisk-cdr.log
; And then instruct syslogd to re-read the configuration file by sending it a
; HUP signal.  On Linux this can be done like this:
;    kill -HUP `cat /var/run/`
; Finally, you will need to uncomment the [cdr-simple] section below, and restart
; Asterisk.  When calls are placed, you should start seeing records appear in
; /var/log/asterisk-cdr.log.

; Facility
; The 'facility' keyword specifies the syslog facility to use when writing out
; CDRs.
; Accepted values: One of the following:
;                  user, local0, local1, local2, local3, local4, local5, local6
;                  and local7.
;                  Note: Depending on your platform, the following may also be
;                        available:
;                        auth, authpriv, cron, daemon, ftp, kern, lpr, mail,
;                        news, syslog, and uucp.
; Default value:   local4


; Priority
; Use the 'priority' keyword to select which of the syslog priority levels to
; use when logging CDRs.
; Accepted values: One of the following:
;                  alert, crit, debug, emerg, err, info, notice, warning
; Default value:   info


; Note: The settings for 'facility' and 'priority' in the [general] section
;       define the default values for all of the logging locations created
;       below in separate sections.

;facility = local5
;priority = debug

; Template
; The 'template' value allows you to specify a custom format for messages
; written to syslog.  This is similar to how cdr_custom is configured.
; Allowed values: A diaplan style string.
; Default value:  None, this is required field.
; Note: Because of the way substitution is done, the only meaningful values
;       available when the record is logged are those available via the CDR()
;       dialplan function.  All other channel variables will be unavailable.

;template = "${CDR(clid)}","${CDR(src)}","${CDR(dst)}","${CDR(dcontext)}","${CDR(channel)}","${CDR(dstchannel)}","${CDR(lastapp)}","${CDR(lastdata)}","${CDR(start)}","${CDR(answer)}","${CDR(end)}","${CDR(duration)}","${CDR(billsec)}","${CDR(disposition)}","${CDR(amaflags)}","${CDR(accountcode)}","${CDR(uniqueid)}","${CDR(userfield)}"

; High Resolution Time for billsec and duration fields
;template = "${CDR(clid)}","${CDR(src)}","${CDR(dst)}","${CDR(dcontext)}","${CDR(channel)}","${CDR(dstchannel)}","${CDR(lastapp)}","${CDR(lastdata)}","${CDR(start)}","${CDR(answer)}","${CDR(end)}","${CDR(duration,f)}","${CDR(billsec,f)}","${CDR(disposition)}","${CDR(amaflags)}","${CDR(accountcode)}","${CDR(uniqueid)}","${CDR(userfield)}"

; Since we don't specify a facility or priority for this logging location, the
; records will use the defaults specified in the [general] section.

;template = "We received a call from ${CDR(src)}"

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