I have a customer with mainly 7940 IP phones (no Built in Bridge) registered to CUCM 8.6. They recently moved to CUBE gateways on ISR 2921 routers for PSTN access.
They now need a recording solution so I am looking at options.
The 7940 phones do not have the Built in Bridge feature and so cannot fork media to a recording server.
One option is SPAN based recording but this will be tricky in their environment as they have three sites linked by 100Mbps Ethernet circuits and I have found that RSPAN chews through the available bandwidth.
The other option seems to be Network Based Recording using the Mediasense product. However not many people seem to know much about it yet.
I have read the SRND and have a few questions.
If I run it on an SRE module could this sit in the 2921 router that is acting as the CUBE?
If I did run it on the SRE is there a mechanism to automatically move the recordings to another storage location?
Is Medianet useful by itself or does it really need a third party application (Calabrio?) to work with it?
As well as these specific questions I would be interested in hearing about people's experience with the product - how easy was it to set up, did it prove to be a good solution etc.
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