Cisco MediaSense is a great (and admittedly, simple) option for BIB recording; 
just need to purchase the RTU and put it on some virtual hardware.

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On Dec 1, 2016, at 9:17 AM, Brian Meade 
<<>> wrote:

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 
<<>> 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:

Do you think that this is possible?

Michel Perez
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