[OpenSIPS-Users] Fraud module

Liviu Chircu liviu at opensips.org
Wed Jun 1 12:56:14 CEST 2016

That is the normal behavior, since by "different number" I actually 
meant "different matching rule". In your case, that short prefix rule 
will match a lot more often for a given user, since it's likely that all 
his contacts are within the same region/country, so you should first 
assess whether a given statistic is relevant or not for a given rule, 
before setting its alerting thresholds!

Maybe we should add the possibility to disable certain statistics by 
entering "-1" as value for either of their thresholds.

Liviu Chircu
OpenSIPS Developer

On 01.06.2016 13:26, Denis wrote:
> Re: [OpenSIPS-Users] Fraud module Hello Liviu!
> Is this action only for "sequential calls"?
> And what do mean about "different number"?
> I have prefix "810" in profile table. And client dials different 
> numbers but all of them begin from 810. And i see that count of 
> "sequential calls" increases for each call.
> mailto:denis7979 at mail.ru
> 	Hi Denis,
> Currently this statistic is not reset between intervals, but only when 
> a user dials a different number than the one(s) before.
> This makes it so that the module never loses track of the sequence of 
> calls a particular user has made.
> In your particular case, does it make more sense for the module to do 
> a reset?
> Liviu Chircu
> OpenSIPS Developer
> http://www.opensips-solutions.com
> On 31.05.2016 15:50, Денис Путято wrote:
> Fraud module Hello!
> I am using Opensips 2.1 with fraud module.
> Should the module resets current statistics when new time stamp begin?
> I use 00:00 - 23:59 time interval for fraud detection and see that, 
> for example, "sequential calls" increases for every call every day.
> Thank you
> mailto:denis7979 at mail.ru
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