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Recent Calls are calls of your account. Voice Gateway provides general data about the calls, such as the Date, Direction, From, To, SIP Trunk, and Call Duration.

Account, Date, Direction, and Status can filter these calls. Note that you can only filter by a maximum of the last 30 days.

Recent Calls

Call Details

To view detailed information about the call, click the Details tab.

PCAP Fields

Fields Description
attempted_at The time of the attempt.
account_sid Identifies the account this phone belongs to.
answered Determines whether a call was answered or not.
answered_at The time when an answer was given.
application_sid A unique identifier for the application.
call_sid A unique identifier for the call. Specific for the call SIP sessions.
direction Determines whether a call was inbound or unbound.
duration The duration of the call in seconds.
from A phone number of the party who made the call.
host An SBC SIP server that handled the incoming calls.
remote_host Displays the IP address of carrier/SIP trunk.
service_provider_sid A unique identifier for the service provider.
sip_callid A unique session identifier that you can use for several purposes, including call logging and billing correlation.
sip_status A SIP code response.
terminated_at The time of the call was ended.
termination_reason The reason why the call was ended.
to A phone number of the party to whom the call was made.
trace_id A unique identifier for the call. Can be used to track any type of call or session as it passes through different parts of the network.
trunk A carrier name.

Download a PCAP File

Additionally, Voice Gateway provides PCAP files, which can be downloaded in the detailed information overview.

Call Tracing

For inbound calls, you can analyze the captured media stream (log) to diagnose and troubleshoot voice quality issues by clicking the Tracing tab and viewing the report. This feature provides valuable insights into the duration of different actions during the call, such as speech recognition and connections. By reviewing the report, you can identify any delays or issues that occurred during these actions, helping you pinpoint potential areas of improvement in terms of performance and efficiency.

To view details of the log step, click the duration indicator of this log.

Call Recordings

Record your calls while setting up your voice agents for debugging purposes. This approach lets troubleshoot your calls, identify where latencies are coming from, and listen to your voice agent's outputs to ensure they are working seamlessly.

To enable call recording, use the Account or Application settings.

When call recording is enabled, you can use the embedded media player to listen to recordings of calls.

With the included media player controls, scan the audio and download the recording locally.

When you click on highlighted STT and DTMF events, a new window will open, presenting the speech-to-text result along with specific parameters:

  • Vendor โ€” the STT provider used. For example, deepgram.
  • Confidence โ€” the confidence score associated with the transcription result. For example, 0.9760742.
  • Language Code โ€” the language code for the transcript. For example, en-US (American English).
  • Transcript โ€” the actual text generated from the speech. For example, Today is Wednesday evening, ten-thirty PM.
  • Latency โ€” the time delay in processing the speech and providing the transcription result. Voice Gateway is waiting for a response from the transcript server.

You can delete a call recording by clicking delete. Note that this action will delete your file both from Voice Gateway and remote storage, for example, Amazon S3.

To download a call recording, click download.