Deploying SIP Server for GIR
Genesys Interaction Recording (GIR) needs SIP Server for routing, call control and to initiate the recordings.
The following steps describe how to deploy and configure SIP Server for GIR, and how to configure the DNs for GIR.
- Install and configure SIP Server as described in the SIP Server Deployment Guide.
- In addition to the configuration described in the deployment guide, set the following SIP Server options:
Section Name Parameter Name Description TServer msml-support Set to true to enable support of the call recording solution. resource-management-by-rm Set to true to enable support of the call recording solution.
Resource monitoring and notification will be done by the Resource Manager. SIP Server will contact Media Server through Resource Manager.
msml-record-support Set to true to enable SIP Server to engage GVP as a Media Server through the msml protocol for call recording. msml-record-metadata-support Set to true to send additional metadata in the INFO message of Genesys Media Server when starting call recording. record-consult-calls Specifies whether to record consult calls:
- true—record consult calls.
- false—do not record consult calls.
recording-filename Must be set to $UUID$_$DATE$_$TIME$
VoIP Service DN
- Create a new MSML DN object and add the following parameters to the General tab:
- Number = The name of the MSML Server
- Type= Voice over IP Service
- Add the following parameters to the Annex tab of the new DN:
Section Name Parameter Name Description TServer contact Set this to the Resource Manager IP address and port. Use the following format:
sip: <Resource Manager_IP_address:Resource Manager_SIP_port>
Specifies the contact URI that SIP Server uses for communication with the treatment server.
service-type Set to msml prefix Set to msml= subscription-id Set to the name of the tenant to which this SIP Server belongs, using the following syntax <TenantName> refer-enabled Set to false make-call-rfc3725-flow Set to 1 ring-tone-on-make-call Set to false sip-hold-rfc3264 Set to true oos-check Set to 5 oos-force Set to 4
On the Agent's DN, set the following parameter:
- enable-agentlogin-presence to true
If you want to record your agent's After Call Work (ACW) time screen, on the Annex of the Agent Login object, in the [TServer] section, set the wrap-up-time by seconds; for example, set wrap-up-time=10.