I have received a request to set call recording for a small number of phones. The customer wants to use a 2901 router to handle the media forking. The recoder server is unknown at present but it will not be MediaSense.
CUCM ver 11.5, 2091 ios version and feature set unknown at this time.
My questions are:
Are there any licensing requirements for the router? Will they need the UC feature set? Will they need CUBE licensing?
What are the maximum number of recoding sessions? I am assuming XMF config on the router but have not used this set up before.
Many thanks, John.
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I know it has been a couple of months for this thread but can anyone share a recording solution that supports forking other than mediasense?
We have just completed integrating our blueButler recording software with CUBE SIPREC and use JTAPI to provide the supplemental meta-data to match recorded sessions to the correct phones/users. It is deployed in both a regular HA environment and also in an HCS configuration.
Let me know if you want any further info and I can forward it to you.
CTO, blueC 802 Inc.
@Nipun Singh Raghav wrote:
XMF requires CUCM to register to CUBE as an XMF application. CUCM will send a forking request to CUBE with recording server IP and port.
In the attached link, one of the restrictions for XMF is that
What is the implication? Does that mean that when hot standby take over, the XMF registration will fail and CUCM will fall back to BiB or will recording be lost?