ASC TECHNOLOGIES AG
SEIBELSTR. 2-4
HOESBACH, UNDEFINED 63768
Germany
Primary Contact:
Peter Schmitt
Phone: +49 60215001 x306
Tier 2
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EVOip active for Cisco UCM uses Build-in-Bridge interface of Cisco UCM to provide a centralized, active recording. Configuration of SPAN or mirroring ports is not required any more for this solution.

Onwards Cisco UCM > 6.0” offers an advanced option to actively record calls. Up to now, active call recording required the setup of real conference calls to the recorder. This means that the right conference resources (e. g. external “conference bridges”) were needed. The current Cisco phone types come equipped with the right resources (a so-called Built-in Bridge – BIB), offering the additional option of having the phones set up a kind of “silent conference” to the recorder.

The ASC EVOip active recorder is advertised in the Cisco environment as a so-called SIP trunk. The recording is realized by SIP calls that are initiated directly to the recorder. If the new BIB phones are used, two individual SIP calls are set up to the recorder. Every SIP call contains one call direction of the communication to be recorded. This way, a stereo recording is achieved.

EVOIPneo active for Cisco UCM uses Build-in-Bridge interface of Cisco UCM to provide a centralized, active recording. For CUCM 10 also gateway based recording is supported for devices which do not support the BiB functionality. Configuration of SPAN or mirroring ports is not required any more for this solution.



The current Cisco phone types come equipped with the right resources (a so-called Built-in Bridge - BIB), offering the additional option of having the phones set up a kind of "silent conference" to the recorder.



The ASC EVOip active recorder is advertised in the Cisco environment as a so-called SIP trunk. The recording is realized by SIP calls that are initiated directly to the recorder. If the new BIB phones are used, two individual SIP calls are set up to the recorder. Every SIP call contains one call direction of the communication to be recorded. This way, a stereo recording is achieved.

EVOIPneo active for Cisco UCM uses Build-in-Bridge interface of Cisco UCM to provide a centralized, active recording. For CUCM 10 also gateway based recording is supported for devices which do not support the BiB functionality. Configuration of SPAN or mirroring ports is not required any more for this solution.



The current Cisco phone types come equipped with the right resources (a so-called Built-in Bridge - BIB), offering the additional option of having the phones set up a kind of "silent conference" to the recorder.



The ASC EVOip active recorder is advertised in the Cisco environment as a so-called SIP trunk. The recording is realized by SIP calls that are initiated directly to the recorder. If the new BIB phones are used, two individual SIP calls are set up to the recorder. Every SIP call contains one call direction of the communication to be recorded. This way, a stereo recording is achieved.