Cisco MediaSense Design Guide, Release 10.5
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About this Document

The Design Guide for Cisco MediaSense provides the following information:

  • MediaSense architecture
  • Design considerations and guidelines
  • Solution-level deployment models and provisioning requirements of MediaSense
  • MediaSense database and APIs
  • Compatibility Matrix


This document is intended for the system architects, designers, engineers, and Cisco channel partners who want to apply best design practices for Cisco MediaSense.

Change History

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Revision Date


Minor Update    

Incoming Call Handling Rules

  Incoming Call Handling Rules
Initial Release of Document for Release 10.5 06/18/14  

Call Association

  Call Association

Unified Communications Manager Network-Based Recording

  Unified Communications Manager Network-Based Recording




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