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8. The Data Filters
The Data Filters allow you to make the most efficient use of NetLink II
memory by excluding records (such as inbound calls) that are not needed
for your call accounting application. When the Data Filters are correctly
configured, NetLink II will monitor each record received from the PBX.
Records that do not meet the user-defined criteria will not be stored.
The configuration procedure consists of three tasks:
Define the Data Filter Format
Define the Data Filter Parameters
Enable the Data Filter
NetLink II features two separate Data Filters. Each filter has its own
format, variables, and storage criteria. When two dissimilar PBX units are
connected to the NetLink II, this provides a separate Data Filter for
each PBX.
Notes:
When NetLink II is connected to two different types of PBX
units, it is recommended to define a separate Data Filter for
each PBX.
A Data Filter that is defined for one type of PBX may not
function correctly if applied to another type of PBX.
Note that the Data Filter and Alarm Filter are two separate
features, and are configured independently of one another. The
function of the Data Filter is to screen out irrelevant data, and
the function of the Alarm Filter is to provide notification when
specific types of data are detected.
Each Data Filter Consists of a "Format" and one or more "Clues". The
Format assigns variables to individual call record locations; Clues define
the parameters that will be used as the criteria for rejection or storage of
each call record.
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