PortStore2 PL - Serieller Daten-Logger und Speicher
PortStore2 PL reads call accounting data (CDR/SMDR) over RS-232 from a PBX (private branch exchange). Received data are stored in its internal 2MB flash memory. Stored data are later retrieved by a PC-based application, or periodically sent to a server over TCP/IP. You can use the supplied application to retrieve the data from the buffer, or write your own software based on the programming examples.
- Corporate PBX: Connect your existing analog PBX to PS2 PL and feed the data to your existing call analysis software via a virtual serial port (e.g. COM7). You do not need to change anything.
- PBXs in branch offices: Connect the exchanges in all your branch offices to the Internet via PS2 PL, and analyze both completed and ongoing calls with any software designed to analyze call accounting records (CDR / SMDR / CIL analysis). You can even connect both analog and VoIP exchanges to a single central site.
- Backing up data from a serial printer: A surveillance/security system in a building prints basic information about the building. This information needs to be archived.
- PortStore2 PL stores data about alarms in its internal flash memory. A central server periodically retrieves the data and archives them. The buffer capacity is sufficient for approximately 35,000 standard lines.