[Freeswitch-users] Asterisk & FreeSwitch in recording view
rupa at rupa.com
Mon Jan 10 20:25:29 MSK 2011
Let me clarify. :)
If you are ok with routing all your traffic through FreeSWITCH (or *),
then FreeSWITCH can definitely do what you want. I use it that way
(record all external calls) without issue. If your volume is high,
you'll want to record as PMCU WAV to a ramdisk and then have a cron
job that converts completed calls to mp3 or speex or whatever. I have
scripts that do this well including preserving the metadata that FS
can write to the WAV files for CID info or whatever else you ask it to
put in there. (just using sox or lame will loose that metadata from
the WAV file since they don't bother to preserve it).
That being said. orecx is designed to record your VOIP traffic
without having to do anything put ensure all VOIP traffic ends up on
the network segment orecx is attached to. This "transparent"
recording is definitely "the way to go" if you want to separate your
phone infrastructure from your recording infrastructure.
On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 11:16 AM, Rupa Schomaker <rupa at rupa.com> wrote:
> I think the standard answer to that is www.orecx.com.
> On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 3:39 AM, Leonid K <pivanet at gmail.com> wrote:
>> currently we're looking for voip recording solution - it must record all
>> incoming/outgoing/internal/conference calls within the company. later on we
>> going to develop applications that let us fing/analyze recordings. the main
>> problem as I see at the moment is huge count of calls that is going through
>> what do u think about using Asterisk or/and FreeSwitch for this task? thanks
>> in advance!
>> Leonid Kryvoruchko
>> Mobile +38 093 7609175
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