Windows Thin-client VoIP Recorder
This recorder passively monitors all Ethernet VoIP traffic and silently records it. It will then upload each call recording directly to your personal CallN account via a secure 2048-bit SSL encrypted connection.
It records all SIP, H.323, Cisco SCCP, MGCP, NEC iSIP, LG iPECS, Broadsoft, Mitel, Avaya, Toshiba, Panasonic and ShoreTel calls.
Latest Version: 1.28.0 – May 2nd, 2017 (23.2 MB)Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP and Windows Server 2008/R2, 2012/R2, 2016 (32-bit / 64-bit)
What’s New in this Version
Fixed – When building audio from RTP and a packets sequence number is sequential yet the time is unexpected and the packet doesn’t have mark flag enabled then don’t insert filler silence. Causes audio sync issue when decoding traffic from comvergence.com.au.
Fixed – Fix for unknown phone number calls on NEC phone systems.
Fixed – Not writing fragmented packets to tracefile log when ‘Write PCAP All’ was enabled.
Fixed – Additional Avaya screen update message type 0xe3.
Fixed – On initial install when entering an account/username an error is displayed “the authority / host could not be parsed”.
Fixed – Better CLI detection on Avaya 9608 and 4610 handsets.
Fixed – SIP handsets receiving multiple OKs to a single REGISTER will use existing user-agent if not provided.
Fixed – Possible problem with SIP INFO message if it contains application/dtmf-relay with more than 1 keypress in ‘Signal=’ body content.
Changed – Renamed temporary task request folder from ServerRequests to RecordingNodeTaskand also temporary task request folder from ServerResults to RecordingNodeTaskUpload.
New Feature – NEC speed dial codes now supported.
New Feature – Toshiba phone systems now supported.
New Feature – Automatically detect handset registrations via the Cisco CallManager SIP PUBLISH message containing XML attachment.
New Feature – Use the new CallN REST API v2 calls. This adds telephone platform and unanswered call capture.