We are currently using phone-preffered call recording, but we have some phones we need to record over SPAN. We would like to use gateway-preferred recording. I have setup SIP trunk to recording enabled gateway 2911 and did external call to phone should be recorded, but nothing happened.
Can you please help me and point me to correct documentation?
problem is that there is something about "UC Gateway Services API" and that CUCM registers to gateway over this API but I couldn't find proper documentation which tells me how to configure it correctly.
I need just
1. make inbound call through gateway to phone (7960) with gateway preffered recording enabled
2. get SIP INVITE to my recorder and RTP streams from gateway together with JTAPI signalization from CUCM to my recorder
We do not want to fork streams on gateway with dial-peer and media class which points to recorder profile.
We need to set on phone DN gateway preferred recording and get RTP stream from gateway instead of phone. And I cannot find any related documentation about this. only common description, but not sample configuration which tell me what I need and how enable on gateway to enable this type of recording.
Have you try it only with series CP-7960 IP phones? Based on the Unified CM Silent Monitoring Recording Supported Device Matrix this type of phone is not supported for device or gateway based call recording.
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