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8.5.170.71

Voice Platform Media Control Platform Release Notes

Release Date Release Type Restrictions AIX Linux Solaris Windows
09/27/16 General X X

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What's New

This release contains the following new features and enhancements:

  • Media Control Platform supports TCP keep-alive functionality. Manage Keep Alive functionality with these configuration options, all in the Media Control Platform application:


enabletcpkeepalive
Section: fm
Valid values: 0 or 1
Default value: 1
Takes effect: At start or restart

Set to 1 to enable sending TCP keepalive probes. Manage the delay and frequency of these probes with the tcpkeepaliveidle and tcpkeepaliveinterval configuration options, described below.


tcpkeepaliveidle
Section: fm
Valid values: any non-negative integer
Default value: 60
Takes effect: At start or restart

Sets the number of seconds that libcurl will wait while the connection is idle, before sending keepalive probes.


tcpkeepaliveinterval
Section: fm
Valid values: any non-negative integer
Default value: 60
Takes effect: At start/restart

Sets the number of seconds that libcurl will wait for an answer after sending a keepalive probe, before sending another probe.


  • To support IVR Recording , Media Control Platform honors these recording Request URI parameters when executing VoiceXML applications: start, stop, pause, and resume. Previously for recording IVR, MCP supported only the start and stop parameters.


  • Media Control Platform supports pass-through when caller and agent are using the same codecs and GIR recording is enabled. This parameter, new in release 8.5.170.71, configures pass-through:


conference.passthrough_enabled
Section: msml
Valid values: true, false
Default value: true
Takes effect: Immediately
(update through the setting gvp.config.msml.conference.passthrough_enabled within the Request-URI parameters.)

Enables (and disables) pass-through.


These configuration parameters were modified to support pass-through:


record_otherdnhearstone
Section: conference
Valid values: 0 (No), 1 (Yes)
Default value: 1
Value required for pass though: 0
Takes effect: Immediately

Specifies whether the second conference participant hears the repeating tone that indicates the call is being recorded.


record_recorddnhearstone
Section: conference
Valid values: 0 (No), 1 (Yes)
Default value: 1
Value required for pass though: 0
Takes effect: Immediately

Specifies whether the first conference participant hears the repeating tone that indicates the call is being recorded.



Resolved Issues

This release contains the following resolved issues:


MCP no longer generates dupliate callid previously it generated duplicate callid when more than 1 instance of MCP in a host is started in the same moment. (GVP-23366)


Placing the tag <gvp:recorder> into the SIP INFO request for a conference creation is now mandatory to start a conference recording. Previously, Media Control Platform started a recording even when the <gvp:recorder> tag was not present, which caused a error. (GVP-23346)


Media Control Platform now correctly generates an ERROR message when a user tries to post a recorded file to Amazon s3 without the mandatory parameters AWSAccessKeyId and AWSSecretAccessKey. (GVP-23329)


Media Control Platform (MCP) now handles type-ahead DTMF during <record> tag execution without problems. (GVP-23289)


Media Control Platform no longer terminates when, while MCP attempts to fetch failed audio, an abortNotify message arrives before the fetch has completed. (GVP-23263)


Media Control Platform no longer terminates when a consultation transfer call is answered simultaneously with DTMF detection in the primary call, which is then followed by a transfer failure. (GVP-23211)


Media Control Platform no longer terminates when it finds capitalized schemes for http requests in VXML applications. (GVP-23141)


Media Control Platform no longer terminates when it finds an invalid media type configured in the <record> tag. (GVP-22945)




Upgrade Notes

No special procedure is required to upgrade to release 8.5.170.71.

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