I know, that similar issues has been discussed a few times - but unfortunately it seems that my issue is a bit different...
I run a IPCC express premium cluster and want to set up an agent based recording for some of my hotlines.
The configuration of my voice application, the IPCC script and the workflow settings are clear.
And I am also be aware, that in case of using VLANs, I have to use appropriate LAN cards which supports the promiscuous mode. (I verified this function with the NICQ.exe tool and with a packet capture app).
My actual problem is described as follows:
When I receive an incoming call at my test hotline's agent, I go off-hook. At the same time, CAD shows with a little red icon, that this call gets recorded and at my recording / monitor server, two files has been created. (<file name>.To.Raw.tmp and (<file name>.From.Raw.tmp with 0kB each).
After going on-hook, the file names has been changed to (<file name>.To.Raw and (<file name>.From.Raw with 1kB in size (or in more detail: 24Bytes).
All postings or documentations regarding this issue I read so far stated that there is obviously an issue that the RTP packets are not able to pass the TCP/IP stack at the CAD client and therefore not able to "reach" the CAD application.
But I tested it in two different szenarios:
1) With a hard phone (7961) connected to a desktop (SPAN to PC port enabled).
(Different Voice and Data VLAN)
2) With an IP Communicator at the CADs Notebook.
In both cases, I can sniffer all RTP packets between the agents phone and the callers phone at the agents PC. And I am also able to replay this VoIP stream.
But even though, I can't see any RTP packets sending from the CADs PC to the monitoring server...
To me it looks like, the CAD are not able to resend this stream to it's monitoring server (even if there is "some" communication between these both, because it creates these 24Byte files based on each call...)
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