Oreka is an enterprise telephony recording and retrieval system with a Web-based user interface. It supports recording voice from VoIP SIP, Cisco Skinny (aka SCCP), raw RTP, and audio sound devices, and runs on multiple operating systems and database systems. It can record audio from most PBX and telephony systems, such as BroadWorks, Metaswitch, Asterisk, FreeSwitch, OpenSIPS, Avaya, Nortel, Mitel, Siemens, Cisco Call Manager, Cosmocom, NEC, etc. It is being used in call centers and contact centers for quality monitoring (QM) purposes.
|Tags||Communications Telephony multimedia Sound/Audio Capture/Recording VoIP test update Recording|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release features new CentOS 6 - 64 bit and Windows automatic installers using Tomcat 7 and Java 7. It adds support for G721 and Speex wire codecs and significantly improves performance when recording high numbers of concurrent calls.
Release Notes: This release adds support for more phone systems, including the latest Cisco Call Manager (CUCM 7.1). New supported wire formats: G722, GSM, and iLBC. Wi-Fi and 802.1Q VLAN support. Fixes for many audio problems.
Release Notes: A critical bug that could cause Orkaudio to crash given a certain sequence of RTP packets was fixed. A SIP detection issue on the Siemens platform (Siemens Optipoint 400) was fixed.
Release Notes: This release can monitor multiple network devices in parallel. It can replay tcpdump (pcap) network trace files. RTP detection, Skinny signalling management, SIP detection, and SIP signalling management are improved. You can store audio in "pcmwav" format, i.e. PCM stored in a WAV file without compression. The sample rate can be different than 8KHz across Oreka. The sample rate is tunable in the SoundDevice plugin. Codecs can be plugins.
Release Notes: A Windows installer and Debian/Ubuntu binary packages are now available. The "make install" target now works under Linux. The audio output location can now be configured (with the "AudioOutputPath" tag in config.xml). orkaudio now daemonizes by default under Linux. This release fixes a bug which caused a Skinny session to go undetected and one which caused an NT service to sometimes crash when stopped by the user.