The Alarm Filters (Toll Fraud Detection)
2. Press [Esc] to return to the Main Menu. Allow the NetLink II to
collect several PBX records.
3. From the Main Menu, type 25 and press [Enter] to access the Alarm
Configuration menu. When the menu appears, type 1 or 2 (for Alarm
Filter 1 or 2) and press [Enter]. The Alarm Filter Configuration menu
will appear as shown in Figure 9.2.
4. From the Alarm Filter Configuration menu, type 1 [Enter]. The
Format Definition menu will appear as shown in Figure 9.3.
5. The format definition menu will show three sample records, followed
by the previous format definition. Although the structure will differ
for each PBX, records will look something like those shown in
Figure 9.3.
6. Define the Alarm Filter Format: The prompt at the bottom of the
menu is used to define the Alarm Filter.
a) Press the dash key to indicate a field position you do not need to
monitor. In Figure 9.4, dashes have been entered in the first three
fields of the record.
b) When you reach a field that you need to monitor, key in the
variable (any uppercase letter) which will be assigned to that
position. For example, to assign "A" to the first seven digits of
the number dialed, enter seven A's as shown in Figure 9.4.
c) When you reach the last position you need to monitor, press
[Enter]. NetLink II will save the Alarm Filter Format and return
to the Alarm Filter Configuration menu.
In order to assist the user during format definition, several data records
and the previous format are displayed in the following order:
Data Records (If available)
Previous Format (If available)
Enter new format at cursor.
<Space><Enter> to clear.
Use upper case letters for fields,
'-' between fields
|08:16|075|B.JOHNSON |IN | |00:55|00.00|
|08:18|067|R.JONES |OUT|19495839514 |05:36|00.75|
|08:20|092|J.SMITH |OUT|18008547226 |11:15|00.00|
Figure 9.4: Alarm Filter Format Definition Example
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