[Serusers] Call Forward Billing

Jiri Kuthan jiri at iptel.org
Tue Jul 11 00:05:44 CEST 2006

It is a configuration thing.

It appears a misconception to me to build special-casing in SER.
acc module can store additional AVPs or flags in acc table. These
can indicate reverse charging at your convenience, to be processed
by your favorite CDR postprocesssing tool.

Moreover, if done well, all the authentication-authorization-accounting
process can be, if configured properly, brought to the same least
common denominator, which is AVP -- you authenticate someone, check
if his ACLs expressed as an AVP permit a call (e.g., 'international'), 
account it (possibly with additional AVPs/flags providing additional
hints for how to interpret the CDR).


At 19:49 10/07/2006, Rosa De Santis wrote:

>Thanks for your answer.
>And this functionality is not present in SER ?
>> Date: Sat, 8 Jul 2006 00:20:44 -0700
>> From: t_maron_lists at yahoo.com
>> Subject: Re: [Serusers] Call Forward Billing
>> To: rosadesantis at hotmail.com
>> If you are locked by this, you can import a patch from openser, they have it for some time, see:
>> http://openser.org/docs/modules/1.1.x/acc.html#MULTI-CALL-LEGS
>> T.
>> On 07/07/06 18:46, Rosa De Santis wrote:
>> Hello all.
>> Please, can somebody help about changing the billing when making call forward ?
>> I'm trying to change the billed user when A calls B, B forwards to C (C is PSTN). I want to charge the call to B. I'm using Ser+Asterisk B2BUA.
>> Any idea, please?
>> Thanks
>> Rosa.
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