Access conversation archive

Hi.

I am new in Asterisk and VoIP technologies. I want to know, can Asterisk save audio/video conversation archive in its database? If it possible, can it access to this archive?
For example, i want to listen audio conversation between users A and B which was 3 days ago. Is it possible?

Best regards.

Asterisk can save audio convreraations in the local filesytem. Look for applications and parameters with “monitor” in their name.

Please ask further support questions on a forum with Support in its name.

One way to do this is using PHP, MixMonitor() and Asterisk the CDR connected to MYSQL.

exten => _9.,1,Answer
exten => _9.,2,set(calltime=${UNIQUEID})
exten =>_9.,3,Set(CDR(userfield)=${calltime})
exten =>_9.,4,MixMonitor(/var/www/cdr/recording/${calltime}.wav)

the name of the recording file is save in the Asterisk CDR userfield, then in PHP create an script for show the ASTERISK CDR and a add link to the userfiled value for play or download the file.

Asterisk can save only audio? Can it save video?

I’ve never investigated it. Video use is relatively rare and I rather suspect that most video users are not the sort of user normally subject to such monitoring.

I’m pretty sure that there is no support for capturing video media streams, but I couldn’t say so with absolute certainty.

[quote=“ambiorixg12”]One way to do this is using PHP, MixMonitor() and Asterisk the CDR connected to MYSQL.

exten => _9.,1,Answer
exten => _9.,2,set(calltime=${UNIQUEID})
exten =>_9.,3,Set(CDR(userfield)=${calltime})
exten =>_9.,4,MixMonitor(/var/www/cdr/recording/${calltime}.wav)

the name of the recording file is save in the Asterisk CDR userfield, then in PHP create an script for show the ASTERISK CDR and a add link to the userfiled value for play or download the file.[/quote]

In which configuration file i must this changes do?

I want only saving files to filesystem. No any, php, any mysql.

extensions.conf. If that is not obvious, you haven’t done enough background reading to tackle your requirement, yet.

What is being suggested here is one way of connecting the name of the recording with details of the call, in this case the accounting record.

You are going to have to use something other than Asterisk to actually retrieve the recordings.

I think you need a better understanding of Asterisk configuration before you can make effective use of a peer support forum to go much further.