Jonathan Schulenberg Mon, 09/07/2009 - 03:06

Sure; the CAD-based recording/monitoring is compatible with IP Communicator. Understand that you will consume twice the bandwidth over the VPN connection.

csshenoy80 Mon, 09/07/2009 - 03:19

So does this mean, we can have the SPAN based monitoring using the VLAN SPAN, the VLAN being the IP Phone / IP Communicator VLAN? Do the IP Phones need to be on same vlan as the UCCX server or can reside on different vlan?


Jonathan Schulenberg Tue, 09/08/2009 - 09:44

None of the SPAN-related options are relavent on a CIPC device. CAD is able to capture the audio packets since they are already on the computer.

If you are using a hard phone with a separate VPN device (such as a ISR881) and the PC is attached to the LAN through the phone, the normal rules apply. You must have the SPAN-related options enabled on the device and the computer must have a compatible NIC.

Either way, CAD will send a second copy of the RTP streams to CCX or CSD. This is effectively a second call so plan your bandwidth accordingly.

csshenoy80 Wed, 09/09/2009 - 23:14

Suppose we use the QM or AQM, and we use the VLAN SPAN (vlan used by the remote ip phones) and sniff the voip traffic and record the traffic, will it be possible to record the calls from the remote agents using the ip communicator?



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