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ok. I do all the correct setting ... I activated also the message that say "your call are being registered " but the file was not created in the correct folder . only the outgoing message was registered correctly .

I used the latest beta release on the wiki snomone. 2011-4.5.0.1030 Beta Corona Austrinids (Win32)

which release register the incoming call correctly? thanks.

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nothing to do , the system record only the outbound call. even if in the log there is a correct description of folder and name of file that are being created.

maybe this release have the problem to convert temp file to correct file .... could you check ?

 

[7] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: Determine pass-through mode after receiving response

[5] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: set codec: codec pcma/8000 is set to call-leg 1

[8] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: Call state for call object 1: connected

[8] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: ACD: Connected agent 40

[8] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: The call 1 is being recorded at pippo/recordings/20120218/201235-i-620-**611.wav <------------ ???????

[7] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: 127A734FB621A7AE@192.168.178.1: RTP pass-through mode

[7] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: 0289b5c6@pbx: RTP pass-through mode

[7] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: 127A734FB621A7AE@192.168.178.1: Media-aware pass-through mode

[7] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: 0289b5c6@pbx: Media-aware pass-through mode

[8] 2012/02/18 20:12:43: Trunk 3: Preparing for re-registration

[8] 2012/02/18 20:12:43: Trunk 620: Sending registration to 192.168.178.1

[9] 2012/02/18 20:12:43: Resolve 83: udp 192.168.178.1 5060

[8] 2012/02/18 20:12:43: Answer challenge with username 620

[9] 2012/02/18 20:12:43: Resolve 84: udp 192.168.178.1 5060 udp:1

[9] 2012/02/18 20:12:43: Message repetition, packet dropped

[8] 2012/02/18 20:12:43: Trunk 3: setup callback to send re-registration after 60 seconds

[5] 2012/02/18 20:12:44: SIP Rx udp:192.168.178.1:5060:

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[8] 2012/02/18 20:12:35: The call 1 is being recorded at pippo/recordings/20120218/201235-i-620-**611.wav <------------ ???????

 

Thats not looking bad. Did you check if the file has been generated? Maybe at recordings/pippo/...? Usually those file names are relative to the working directory of the PBX. Of course, the PBX needs the permission to write a file there and also to create new directories.

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