You're probably much better using BIB(built-in bridge)-based/network
recording instead.  It uses the Built-in-bridge of the phones to send
duplicate RTP streams to a recording server.  Most recording servers out
there now prefer this method.

It's technically possible to route the span sessions over the WAN.  ERSPAN
on your switches would make this a lot easier but I'd really recommend
getting away from that type of setup.

On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 6:24 AM, Michel L. M. B. Perez <
michelmbpe...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> I never did that, so that´s why i am asking for all entire list here. Is
> it possible to record calls over WAN using CUCM?
>
> Today, my scenario is (branches):
> I have one (old) machine doing the recording of the calls in all branch
> sites, all Phones that needs to be recorded are using a span session on the
> switches of Branches, the traffic is routed to the Recorder monitor port.
> I have the same situation in all sites, HQ and Branches.
>
> My desire is to have here just one call recorder over my Vmware
> infrastructure, and all of this recorded calls being rotued over IP of the
> virtualized machine.
>
> I was reading this document: http://www.cisco.
> com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/7_1_2/ccmfeat/
> fsgd-712-cm/fsmr.html#wp1048991
>
> Do you think that this is possible?
>
> Kr.,
> --
> Michel Perez
> Skype: michelmbperez
> michelmbpe...@gmail.com
> http://br.linkedin.com/in/michelmbperez
>
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