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Omnicron Electronics - Professional Voice Logging Recorders and Accessories - since 1975

 
Total Recall
Installation & Administration  Manual
V8.4.0
PDF
 

          
 
U
se with Total Recall recorders running software V8.4.0, Remote Manager
software V8.4.0, and Record On Demand software V8.4.0.
 November 2009.
Links on this page are to text and images from the Installation & Administration Manual.
Click here for
User Manual V8.4.0  PDF
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

1    Introduction CONFIGURATION RECORD ON DEMAND
2    Conventions & Terminology 17  Menu Site Map & Default Parameters 32  Introduction
3    Overview 18  Configuring Total Recall 33  System Requirements
4    Compliance Statement REMOTE MANAGER 34  Installation
5    Safety Information 19  Introduction 35  Configuration
6    Power 20  System Requirements SNMP TRAPS
7    Preventative Maintenance 21  Compatibility between RM and TR 36  Event Types
8    Channel Upgrades 22  Installation 37  Trap Table
9    Unpacking 23  Configuring TR for RM Access GLOSSARY
10  Getting to know 24  Administrator Quick-Start Setup SPECIFICATIONS
11  Onboard Controls 25  User Interface LIMITED PRODUCTS WARRANTY
QUICK START GUIDE 26  Main Menu Bar 38  Limited Products Warranty
12   Introduction 27  Button Bar 39  Warranty Claims and Procedure
13   Quick Start - Installation 28  TR Configuration Tab LEGAL
14   Before you install 29  System Maintenance 40  ComsecTR Software License
15  Connecting to Analog Signals 30  Event Log Tab 41  GNU Public License
16  Switching on and getting started 31  Connecting through Firewalls

 
Table of Contents

   
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
   

  1.  INTRODUCTION
 
  2.  CONVENTIONS AND TERMINOLOGY
      2.1. CONVENTIONS
          2.1.1. References
          2.1.2. Notes
          2.1.3. Warnings
          2.1.4. Procedures
          2.1.5. Screen Navigation
      2.2. TERMINOLOGY

 

TOTAL RECALL
 

  3. OVERVIEW OF TOTAL RECALL

      3.1. WHAT IS TOTAL RECALL?
      3.2. STANDARD FEATURES
      3.3. OPTIONAL FEATURES

 

  4. COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
      4.1. EUROPEAN MODEL
      4.2. NEW ZEALAND MODEL
      4.3. USA MODEL

 

  5. SAFETY INFORMATION
 
  6. POWER
 

  7. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
 

  8. CHANNEL UPGRADES

      8.1. ANALOG CHANNEL UPGRADES

 

  9. UNPACKING
 

10. GETTING TO KNOW TOTAL RECALL

      10.1. UNIT LAYOUT FRONT
          10.1.1. Headphone Jack
          10.1.2. Line Output Jack
          10.1.3. Volume Control Thumb Wheel
          10.1.4. DVD/CD or Optional BD Writer
          10.1.5. Speaker Grill
          10.1.6. Cooling Fan Vent
          10.1.7. Front Panel On/Off Switch
      10.2. REAR PANEL
          10.2.1. Remote Connection Ports
          10.2.2. Line Interface Connectors
          10.2.3. Power Cable Socket
          10.2.4. Power Supply (Standard: Desktop & Rack)
          10.2.5. Power Supply (Optional Hot-Swap: Rack only)

 

11. TOTAL RECALL ONBOARD CONTROLS
      11.1. CONTROL PANEL
          11.1.1. Playback and Navigation Keys
          11.1.2. Power and Hard Drive Activity LEDs

 

QUICK START GUIDE
 
12. INTRODUCTION
 

13. QUICK START GUIDE TOTAL RECALL
      DESKTOP AND RACK INSTALLATION
 

14. BEFORE YOU INSTALL

      14.1. EXTENSIONS
          14.1.1. How Extensions are Identified from Call Signaling
          14.1.2. Capturing the Analog Signal
      14.2. NETWORKING
          14.2.1. Virtual LAN Support
          14.2.2. QoS Support
      14.3. NETWORK SHARES (OPTIONAL TR RACK ONLY)
          14.3.1. NFS Network Share
          14.3.2. Windows Network Share

  

15. CONNECTING TO ANALOG SIGNAL LINES
      15.1. CONNECTION
          15.1.1. Signal Sources
          15.1.2. DSP Channel Cards
      15.2. ANALOG TELEPHONE NETWORKING
          15.2.1. Connecting to the Telephone Network
          15.2.2. Location of the Recorder
          15.2.3. Connecting to Analog Lines
          15.2.4. Connecting to Digital Phones
          15.2.5. DTMF/CLI/Extension Capture

 

16. SWITCHING ON AND GETTING STARTED
      16.1. STARTING UP
      16.2. USING THE CONTROL PANEL
          16.2.1. MENU Key
          16.2.2. SELECT Key
          16.2.3. Up and Down Arrow Keys
          16.2.4. Numeric Keypad
          16.2.5. Playback Control Keys
      16.3. USING THE GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE
          16.3.1. Using the GUI
          16.3.2. Canceling
      16.4. TOTAL RECALL GUI MENUS
          16.4.1. Options Menu
          16.4.2. Search Menu
          16.4.3. Logging Menu

 
CONFIGURATION
 

17. MENU SITE MAP & DEFAULT PARAMETERS
 

18. CONFIGURING TOTAL RECALL

      18.1. LICENSED FEATURES (RACK MODEL ONLY)
      18.2. ABOUT THE OPTIONS MENU
      18.3. GENERAL SETTINGS
          18.3.1. Language
          18.3.2. Time & Date
          18.3.3. User Session
          18.3.4. Recent Calls
          18.3.5. User Password
          18.3.6. Administrator Password
      18.4. ANALOG SETTINGS
          18.4.1. Trigger Type
          18.4.2. Beep
          18.4.3. Detect DTMF
          18.4.4. Extension
      18.5. CALL SETTINGS
          18.5.1. Min. (Minimum) Call Length
          18.5.2. Max. (Maximum) Call Length
          18.5.3. Max. Call Lifetime
          18.5.4. VOX Timeout
          18.5.5. Recording Period
      18.6. NETWORK SETTINGS
          18.6.1. Configuring Network Interfaces
      18.7. EXTENSION SETTINGS
          18.7.1. Default (System-Wide) Recording Policies
          18.7.2. Conflicting Extension Policies
          18.7.3. Extension-Specific Recording Policies
      18.8. LICENSE SETTINGS (RACK MODEL ONLY)
          18.8.1. Hardware Key
          18.8.2. VoIP & ISDN License Key
          18.8.3. Feature License Key
      18.9. ARCHIVE SETTINGS
      18.10. DELETING CALLS
      18.11. MAINTENANCE
          18.11.1. System Information
          18.11.2. Rebuild Call Database
          18.11.3. Save Settings to DVD/CD
          18.11.4. Load Settings from DVD/CD
          18.11.5. Erase DVD
      18.12. REMOTE MANAGER
          18.12.1. Configuring Total Recall LAN Access
          18.12.2. Configuring Total Recall Dialup Access
          18.12.3. Configuring Remote Manager Options
      18.13. SYSTEM SHUTDOWN

 
REMOTE MANAGER
 

19. INTRODUCTION
 

20. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
 

21. COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN REMOTE MANAGER AND TOTAL RECALL
 

22. INSTALLATION
 

23. CONFIGURING TOTAL RECALL FOR REMOTE MANAGER ACCESS
 

24. ADMINISTRATOR QUICK-START SETUP
 

25. USER INTERFACE
 

26. MAIN MENU BAR

      26.1. FILE MENU
      26.2. HELP MENU

 
27. BUTTON BAR

      27.1. USER PREFERENCES
          27.1.1. General Tab
          27.1.2. TR Connectivity Tab
          27.1.3. Add TR
          27.1.4. LAN
          27.1.5. Dialup
          27.1.6. Cascaded
          27.1.7. Authorized Extensions
          27.1.8. Removing a Configured Total Recall
          27.1.9. Editing the Connection Settings for an Added Total Recall
      27.2. USER MANAGEMENT
          27.2.1. Adding Remote Manager User Accounts
          27.2.2. Modifying Existing Remote Manager User Accounts
      27.3. REFRESH VIEWS
      27.4. CHOOSE LANGUAGE SETTINGS

 
28. TR CONFIGURATION TAB

      28.1. EXTENSIONS
          28.1.1. Recording Policies
          28.1.2. Event Policies
      28.2. ARCHIVE
          28.2.1. Auto Archive
          28.2.2. Manual Archive
          28.2.3. Search Archive
      28.3. NETWORK
          28.3.1. Network Interfaces
          28.3.2. Remote Manager Related Settings Pane
      28.4. GENERAL
          28.4.1. User and Administrator Passwords
          28.4.2. Recorder ID
          28.4.3. Session Settings
          28.4.4. Recent Calls Settings
      28.5. CALL
          28.5.1. Minimum Recording Length
          28.5.2. Max. Recording Length
          28.5.3. Max. Call Lifetime
          28.5.4. VOX Timeout
          28.5.5. Recording Period
      28.6. TIME / DATE
      28.7. ROD AGENTS
      28.8. SIGNALLING MAPPING (TR RACK ONLY)
          28.8.1. Creating Signalling Map Entries
      28.9. INTERNAL DIAL PLAN (TR RACK ONLY)
      28.10. ANALOG
          28.10.1. Trigger Type
          28.10.2. Beep
          28.10.3. Detect DTMF
          28.10.4. Extension
      28.11. PBX (OPTIONAL TR RACK ONLY)
          28.11.1. CDR Collector
          28.11.2. Collector Type
          28.11.3. UDP / TCP
          28.11.4. Verifying the Connection
          28.11.5. CDR Parser
      28.12. LICENSE (TR RACK ONLY)
      28.13. SNMP (OPTIONAL, TR RACK ONLY)
          28.13.1. Agent Configuration
          28.13.2. IP Address
          28.13.3. UDP Port
          28.13.4. Read-only Community
          28.13.5. Read-write Community
      28.14. TRAPHOSTS
          28.14.1. Traphost
          28.14.2. Community
          28.14.3. Trap Type

 
29. SYSTEM MAINTENANCE

      29.1. SYSTEM MAINTENANCE OPTIONS
          29.1.1. System Information
          29.1.2. Archive
          29.1.3. Rebuild TR Database
          29.1.4. Update TR Software
          29.1.5. Load TR Settings
          29.1.6. Save TR Settings
          29.1.7. Shutdown

 
30. EVENT LOG TAB

      30.1. EVENT TYPES
      30.2. USING THE EVENT LOG

 
31. CONNECTING THROUGH FIREWALLS

      31.1. EXAMPLE 1: INTERNAL RECORDER, EXTERNAL PC
      31.2. EXAMPLE 2: EXTERNAL RECORDER, INTERNAL PC
      31.3. EXAMPLE 3: MULTIPLE REMOTE MANAGER CLIENTS BEHIND A FIREWALL
      31.4. LIMITATIONS OF FIREWALLED CONNECTIONS
          31.4.1. Transfer of Files

 
RECORD ON DEMAND
 

32. INTRODUCTION
 

33. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
 

34. INSTALLATION
 

35. CONFIGURATION

      35.1. RUNNING ROD FOR THE FIRST TIME
          35.1.1. Configuration Dialog
          35.1.2. IP Address
          35.1.3. Total Recall Extension
          35.1.4. Total Recall Password
          35.1.5. Total Recall Port Base
          35.1.6. Version
      35.2. ROD AGENTS
      35.3. RECORDING CONTROL

 
SNMP TRAPS
 

36. EVENT TYPES
 

37. TRAP TABLE
 

GLOSSARY
 

SPECIFICATIONS
 

LIMITED PRODUCTS WARRANTY
 

38. COMSECTR LIMITED PRODUCTS WARRANTY

      38.1. OUR STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD
      38.2. EXCEPTION FOR SALES ARISING FROM STOCK-CARRYING DISTRIBUTORS/DEALERS
      38.3. LIMITATIONS OF THIS WARRANTY
      38.4. HANDLING OF FAULTY PARTS
      38.5. COMSECTR RECORD KEEPING

 
39. WARRANTY CLAIMS AND PROCEDURE

      39.1. WHO TO CONTACT
      39.2. WHAT PROCEDURE WILL BE FOLLOWED?
      39.3. WHAT SERVICES WILL BE PERFORMED?
      39.4. IMPORTANT NOTICE: SOLE & EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
      39.5. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
          39.5.1. Important Notice: Disclaimer of Warranties

 

LEGAL
 

40. COMSECTR SOFTWARE LICENSE
 

41. GNU PUBLIC LICENSE


 

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