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isdnrep(1)			      Linux System Commands			       isdnrep(1)

       isdnrep - report isdn activity

       Isdnrep reads the isdnlog log files, generates reports, does statistics, and other things.
       It can also generate HTML output for use with a web server.

       -V     show version information and exit.

       -a   all
	      Show all connections registered. If this option is not given, show only the connec-
	      tions made today.

       -S   Summary
	      Show  a  summary	(no  individual calls) for selected date range. If this option is
	      given twice, the summaries per day are hidden too. Don't use with -h

       -h   no header
	      There will be no header for each day, nor will the summary at the end of	each  day
	      and  at  the  end of the report be generated. This is useful if the output is to be
	      processed by another program.
	      This option doesn't work if the -wX is also given.

       -n   numbers
	      Display numbers instead of the aliases for those numbers.

       -fFILE The file from which to generate the report. This is usually  /var/log/isdn.log,  or
	      whatever	is  configured	in /etc/isdn/isdn.conf as LOGFILE = .  The -f option will
	      override the setting in /etc/isdn/isdn.conf.

       -t time span   time="time span"
	      With this option a specific time span covered by the log	file  can  be  displayed,
	      e.g. all calls in November 1995, or on January 3rd 1996 between 03:00 and 09:45.

	      The format in which times are given is described below.  The time span has the fol-
	      lowing syntax:

	      time-time display from begin time up to end time
	      time-	display from given time up to "now"
	      -time	display from beginning of log file up to given time
	      time	display the given month, day, hour, ...

       -d -time  delete="time"
	      Delete entries from the log file up to (but not including) the specified time.  The
	      format  is the same as for the -t option.  The minus before the time must be given!
	      It is not possible to define begin and end times; entries are always  deleted  from
	      the beginning up to the time given.

	      Warning!	 Entries are really deleted from the file. Careless use can result in all
	      entries being deleted, e.g. with "isdnrep -d -".

       -E   print Errors
	      Display all connections and connection attempts. Without this option, only success-
	      ful connections are displayed.

       -v   verbose
	      Display warnings on startup.

       -p [n][m]'number'[,[m]'number'...] phonenumber
	      Display only selected phone numbers.

	      "number"	 is  specified	in  the  same  format  as  in  configuration  files  (see
	      isdn.conf(5)). E.g. wildcards can be used.

	      If the flag 'm' is given, the corresponding MSN is meant.  E.g.: "m2" means  MSN#2.
	      If "m0" is given, all numbers are to be displayed.

	      If the flag 'n' is given, the given number is not to be displayed.

       -i   incoming
	      Only incoming connections are displayed.

       -o   outgoing
	      Only outgoing connections are displayed.

       -u   unknown caller
	      At  the  end of the report, all numbers not aliased in callerid.conf or ~/.isdn are
	      displayed. This option is not available when HTML output is requested.

       -wX  WWW
	      isdnrep can give its output in HTML format; this is switched on with  this  option.
	      Two modes are possible:

	      0      The  HTML	header is suppressed. Useful if the output is to be included into
		     an existing page.
	      1      A complete HTML page is generated.

       -sX  format string
	      The output generated by isdnrep can be modified by specifying  the  format  of  the
	      line  generated  for each connection. The syntax is similar to that used by printf.
	      The following parameters are possible (the x where given means that a width for the
	      field, also known as the precision, must be given):

	      %X  time without date
		  e.g. 23:54:06
	      %x  the date
		  e.g. 25/07/97
	      %y  date without year
		  e.g. Sun May 04
	      %Y  year, in four digits
		  e.g. 1997
	      %D  duration of connection
		  e.g. 00:03:34
	      %xH the local MSN; if an alias can be found, that will be displayed instead
	      %xh the local MSN, only as a number; no aliases will be substituted
	      %xF the remote number; if an alias can be found, that will be displayed instead
	      %xf the remote number, only as a number; no aliases will be substituted
	      %xL the town corresponding to the local MSN if known; an empty string otherwise
	      %xl the town corresponding to the remote number if known; an empty string otherwise
	      %T  an  arrow  indicating  the  direction  of the connection ("->" outgoing or "<-"
		  incoming); the local MSN should be displayed on the left side of this.
	      %t  an arrow indicating the direction of the connection, reversed ("<-" outgoing or
		  "->" incoming); the local MSN should be displayed on the right side of this.
	      %xu the charge units, if known
		  e.g. 6 EH
	      %U  the cost, if known
		  e.g. 2,28 DM
	      %I  amount of INPUT data
	      %O  amount of OUTPUT data
	      %P  INPUT throughput (bps)
	      %p  OUTPUT throughput (bps)
	      %S  Service Indicator
	      %G  displays  a  HTTP  link  to  the  corresponding fax, when a fax was received by
		  mgetty. This fax can be displayed by using the link in a HTTP browser.
		  This option is only valid when used with -wx, see below for more information.
	      %C  displays a HTTP link to the corresponding voice file, when a call was  recorded
		  by  vbox.   This  option  is	only valid when used with -wx, see below for more

	      The default format string for (non-HTML output) is

		  "  %X %D %15.15H %T %-15.15F %7u %U %I %O"

	      With the following string all the important data is  displayed  while  keeping  the
	      total length to 80:

		  "%X%D %10.10H%T%-14.14F%U%I %O"

	      The  above  string  is put into isdn.conf at installation as REPFMTSHORT and can be
	      used with -Fshort.

       -FX  format
	      format strings can be specified in isdn.conf; this option is used to select one  of
	      these.  Entries  can  be defined in the section [ISDNLOG] with names beginning with
	      "REPFMT". The string after the -F option is added to REPFMT  to  find  the  correct
	      entry. Case is not sensitive. E.g.:

	      REPFMT1	     = ... # -> isdnrep -F1
	      REPFMTMYSTRING = ... # -> isdnrep -Fmystring or
					isdnrep -F MYSTRING

       isdnrep	can  generate  a HTML page containing links to files generated by vbox and mgetty
       (faxes), so that the messages and faxes can be heard or seen from within a  browser.  How-
       ever, a couple of things need to be configured first.


       The  %C can be used in the isdnrep output format to make a link to a voice recording file.
       For this to work, the following entry is needed in the [ISDNLOG] section in isdn.conf:

	   VBOXPATH= /var/spool/vbox/fred/incoming # incoming directory pathname

       Now isdnrep can find the file correctly. Clicking on this link will cause the file  to  be
       sent.  These files are in ZyXEL format; the browser cannot use these directly. The type is
       given by isdnrep as follows:

	   Content-Type: application/x-zyxel4

       The correct application (helper) for this has to be configured in  the  browser.  Alterna-
       tively, a conversion program can be specified to isdnrep which will convert the ZyXEL for-
       mat. The pathname of the file to convert is given as a parameter to the program.

       In the [ISDNLOG] section of isdn.conf an entry as follows specifies which conversion  pro-
       gram to use:

	   VBOXCMD1 = /usr/bin/program1

       for versions 0.x and 1.x of vbox, and

	   VBOXCMD2 = /usr/bin/program2

       for versions 2.x of vbox. Both entries can be given, isdnrep recognizes which version cre-
       ated the recording.

       The program must first output a line with the content-type, followed by the  data  itself.
       To convert the ZyXEL format into a WAV file, the following script may be used:

	   #! /bin/sh
	   ## script to play voice messages from vbox-2.0
	   ## WARNING! If the paths are not set correctly,
	   ## netscape may simply crash!

	   PATH=$PATH:"path to sox":"path to pvftools":"path to vbox"

	   vboxtoau <$1 	    | \
		     autopvf	    | \
		     pvfamp $VOLUME | \
		     pvfcut 0.20    | \
			   pvftovoc > $FILENAME1


	   echo Content-Type: audio/x-wav
	   cat $FILENAME2


       The  script above needs the packages sox and pvftools.  Additionally, the browser needs to
       be told how to handle "audio/x-wav".  This is done by adding the following  lines  to  the
       files listed:

	       type=audio/x-wav    \
	       desc="auWAV Audio"  \

	       audio/x-wav;/usr/bin/auplay %s

       The package NAS (Network Audio System) may be needed.

       Now,  when the browser is started, it will recognize WAV files and start the corresponding
       program to handle these. The WAV format has been chosen as this can also be played from	a
       Windows pc.


       When  %G is used in the isdnrep output format, any faxes received by mgetty will be acces-
       sible via a HTML link, in the same manner as the ansering machine messages.

       For the faxes the following entry in the [ISDNLOG] section in isdn.conf is needed:

	   MGETTYPATH = /var/spool/fax/incoming

       WARNING: if isdnrep doesn't have permission to read the files, they will not be displayed;
       there will be no error message.

       When  isdnrep passes these files back to the browser, they have the G3 format. The follow-
       ing header is used to notify the browser of this:

	   Content-Type: application/x-faxg3

       As the browser probably doesn't understand this format, the following changes to the files
       listed are needed:

	       type=application/x-faxg3  \
	       desc="G3-Fax Format"	 \

	       pplication/x-faxg3;/usr/X11/bin/g3view %s

       The program g3view has to be installed for this to work.

       If now the link is clicked on, the browser will automatically start the external g3view to
       handle this data.

       If you prefer another format (instead of G3) such as JPEG, the format has to be converted.
       The following entry in the [ISDNLOG] section of isdn.conf takes care of this:

       VBOXCMD = /usr/bin/g3tojpeg # example

       The script g3tojpeg can be something like this:

	   #! /bin/sh
	   ## command to display faxes in a browser
	   ## WARNING! If the paths are not set correctly,
	   ## netscape may simply crash!

	   export PATH=$PATH:"path to g3topbm":"path to convert"

	   echo Content-Type: image/jpeg

	   g3topbm < $1 | convert pbm:- jpeg:-

       The  packages  ImageMagick  and mgetty are needed. Mgetty is probably already installed if
       you want to use this feature :-)

       The advantage of the JPEG format is that it can also be displayed by a browser running  on
       a Windows pc.


       A suitable value for REPFMTWWW is

	   REPFMTWWW = "%X %D %17.17H %T %-17.17F %-20.20l SI: %S %9u %U %I %O %G %C"

       Netscape  3.0 Gold and Arena have been tested, and both work fine with isdnrep's HTML out-
       put, although Arena's display is not as colourful as Netscape's.

       A known problem (which is impossible to solve completely) is determining the  relationship
       between	an isdn connection and a fax or vbox recording.  Unfortunately the times for isd-
       nrep, mgetty and vbox differ. Isdnrep tries to make the best guess, but it's always possi-
       ble that e.g. a fax is connected to the wrong isdn connection.

       With the default configuration the following output can be generated on stdout (whitespace
       slightly edited for clarity):

   $ isdnrep -v -t 6/1/96
   I S D N  Connection Report  -  Tue Aug 26 22:21:19 1997

   Sat Jan  6 1996
     00:54:19		      UNKNOWN -> UNKNOWN     No user responding      (4)
     16:33:24  0:03:23	      UNKNOWN -> UNKNOWN	7 EH	  0,84 DM
     17:33:47		      UNKNOWN -> UNKNOWN     Unallocated (unassigned)(5)
     20:02:28  0:02:37	   Phone/HDLC <- UNKNOWN			     (1)
     20:09:53  0:07:01	   Modem/X.75 -> T-Online	3 EH	  0,36 DM    (2)
     21:27:56		      UNKNOWN -> UNKNOWN     User busy		     (3)
     22:09:41  0:29:36	      UNKNOWN -> UNKNOWN       43 EH	  9,89 DM*
     1 IN= 0:02:37,  13 OUT= 3:40:14,	3 failed      210 EH	 25,20 DM
   (6)^^^^^^^^^^^^  (7)^^^^^^^^^^^^^  (8)^^^^^^^   (9)^^^^^^ (10)^^^^^^^^

   DIALOUT Summary for Sat Jan	6 1996					    (11)
   T-Online	    1 call(s)  0:07:01	   3 EH    0,36 DM
   UNKNOWN	   11 call(s)  0:17:00	  20 EH    2,40 DM

   DIALIN Summary for Sat Jan  6 1996					    (12)
   UNKNOWN	    1 call(s)  0:02:37

   Zone 1 : City	      2 call(s)  2:23:13     50 EH    6,00 DM	    (13)
   Zone x : UNKNOWN	     11 call(s)  0:17:00     20 EH    2,40 DM

	 (1) "xxx <- xxx" was an incoming call, so doesn't cost anything
	 (2) "xxx -> xxx" was an outgoing call lasting 203 seconds, so for  City  zone,  off-peak
	     time (Saturday), 3 charge units = DM 0,36
	 (3) there was no connection, as the called party was busy
	 (4) there was no connection, as the called party didn't pick up the phone
	 (5) "the number you have dialled is not connected. Hang up and dial again. ..."
	 (6) total time for incoming calls
	 (7) total time for outgoing calls
	 (8) 3 calls failed; busy (3), no answer (4) and error in dialing (5)
	 (9) total charge units incurred for one day
	(10) total costs incurred for one day
	(11) outgoing calls grouped per number
	(12) incoming calls grouped per number
	(13) outgoing and incoming calls grouped per tariff zone

       If  the	charge	units are marked with "*", the PTT switch did not give charge info; these
       are the number of units guestimated by isdnrep.

       For the -d and -t options, the time is specified in the following formats:

	      specifes the month or day.


	      7/	July of the current year
	      8/1996	August 1996
	      29/6/95	June 29th 1995
	      6/6/	error, is not June 6th of the current year; it's June 1906

       [D]D   day of current month

	      specifies an exact time. Unspecified parts are defined as 0 when interpreted  as	a
	      begin time, and 23 or 59 when interpreted as an end time.
	      If a year is to be specified, the hours and minutes must also be specified.
	      The format is copied from the date command.


	      0107   January 1st in the current year
		     January 7th 1996 17:31:25
		     January 7th 1996 17:31:00 (or 17:31:59)
		     error:  not  December  12th  1995,  but December 12th of the current year at
		     19:95, so it's garbage.

	      Examples of time spans and their meaning:

		     all entries between June 1st 1995 00:00:00 and August 12th 14:38:25
		     all entries between September 12th 1995  03:04:20	and  December  31st  1995
	      7/95   all entries between July 1st 1995 00:00:00 and July 31st 1995 23:59:59
	      0908   all entries between September 8th in the current year 00:00:00 and September
		     8th in the current year 23:59:59
	      3      third day of the current month

       /var/log/isdn.log or /var/lib/isdn/calls
	      isdnlog log file with information about all calls.

	      general configuration

	      aliases for telephone numbers

       isdnlog(5) isdnlog(8)

       This manual page was adapted from isdnlog/README by  Paul  Slootman  <paul@isdn4linux.de>,
       for Debian GNU/Linux and isdn4linux.

ISDN 4 Linux 3.1pre4			    2000/11/06				       isdnrep(1)

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