I have a client that use Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit NICs for their desktops. Is this NIC card supported for UCCX 5.0 Silent Monitoring & Recording?? All their PCs are WinXP without any firewalls.
I have tried everything. When i tried to use silent monitoring on supervisor desktop, i can't hear anything.... and when i tried to use Recording, i can't hear anything either.
Is there any special setup that i need to do on my SW config?? Currently, their VLAN 1 is data and VLAN 15 is Voice...
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
switchport voice vlan 15
srr-queue bandwidth share 10 10 60 20
srr-queue bandwidth shape 10 0 0 0
mls qos trust device cisco-phone
mls qos trust cos
auto qos voip cisco-phone
storm-control broadcast level 5.00
I have spent a lot of time on this already but couldn't get it to work. Would appreciated any help.
Have a look at this one
Broadcom is a vendor on the list that requires a work around to enable VLAN tagging. See here.
The second link will probably solve your problem.
I have applied workaround 2 as well as the one from URL below, but still not working...
Any other ideas i can try??
Would appreciated any help as i have spent days on this but still couldn't get it to work.
Make sure in the Desktop Administrator that the phone is set to Desktop Monitoring and you have selected the right monitoring server.
Do i need to individually set the monitor server for each phone?? Because i just select the Default Voip Monitor server on top. Is that okay?
I'm a noob and have no idea what I'm doing but do you have Span to PC Port enabled on all of your phones? This is done in the CM device configuration.
Yes in order for desktop monitoring to work you have to span the voice traffic to the PC port on the phone. If you don't want to do that you have to SPAN the Vlan to the IPCC servers second port and disable desktop monitoring.
You can do it via workflow - > user interface.
You can add two custome buttons one for start recording and one for stop recording by defining actions against these buttons.
If there is no sound, one of two things is happening.
1) The audio stream is getting to the Supervisor's desktop, but the audio is just not heard.
2) The audio stream is not getting to the Supervisor's desktop.
In situation #1, you need to troubleshoot that desktop computer's sound. Volume?
In situation #2, you would actually receive an error message pop up on the CSD application stating that no audio packets were received.
If #2 is what you are experiencing then check the following:
1. While the Agent is on a call, double press the ? button on the phone and note the codec in use. Only G711 and G729 can be monitored (or recorded). Alternatively you can browse to the phone IP and select Stream 1 from the left navigation. This will also tell you the codec in use.
If the codec is G722, you will need to disable G722 globally in CCM or just for agent phones. Just because it says in the region to use G711 or G729, G722 auto negotiates, and will override the region setting.
2. Check the agent's CCM phone config for the following:
- Span to PC port (Enabled)
- PC port (Enabled)
3. Run postinstall.exe on the agent desktop, and reselect the NIC in the drop down list. Even if it was correct, the act of reselecting it actually does something to fix this.
4. Check the NIC binding order on the UCCX server. The monitor/recording NIC should be on top. If you are only using one NIC, then the disabled, unused NIC should be on bottom.
5. Check the administrator desktop app, and make sure the phone devices are using the correct monitor/recording server. A blank entry means that device uses the default one at the top of the list.
Additionally, I have used Broadcom NetExtreme 57XX Gigabit NICs right out of the box, on brand new machines, and monitor/recording works every time. You don't even need the "work arounds."
Can you tell me where to locate the Span to PC port and NIC binding on the UCCX server. My problem is situation 2, receiving the pop error. I am monitor some agents but not all. Any advise would be helpful. Thanks