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 ===How it works=== ===How it works===
- *BiB can be used to record the audio portion of calls that are made or received by users working off-premises. +  ​*BiB can be used to record the audio portion of calls that are made or received by users working off-premises. 
- *BiB is always enabled on the Expressway. +  *BiB is always enabled on the Expressway. 
- *BiB is configurable on Cisco Unified Communications Manager. When BiB is enabled, Unified CM forks the call to and from the endpoint to a media recording server.+  *BiB is configurable on Cisco Unified Communications Manager. When BiB is enabled, Unified CM forks the call to and from the endpoint to a media recording server.
  
 ===Bandwidth and call capacity impacts=== ===Bandwidth and call capacity impacts===
- *If you plan to use this feature, be aware that it has significant impact on bandwidth and call capacity.+  ​*If you plan to use this feature, be aware that it has significant impact on bandwidth and call capacity.
  
- *It requires additional network bandwidth to be provisioned. Details are provided in the Cisco Collaboration System 12.x Solution Reference Network Designs (SRND), section "​Capacity Planning for Monitoring and Recording"​. Enabling BiB for MRA endpoints typically needs double bandwidth as, assuming both sides of the call are recorded, each BiB-enabled call consumes double the usual bandwidth.+  ​*It requires additional network bandwidth to be provisioned. Details are provided in the Cisco Collaboration System 12.x Solution Reference Network Designs (SRND), section "​Capacity Planning for Monitoring and Recording"​. Enabling BiB for MRA endpoints typically needs double bandwidth as, assuming both sides of the call are recorded, each BiB-enabled call consumes double the usual bandwidth.
  
- *Enabling BiB on MRA endpoints reduces the overall call capacity of Expressway nodes down to approximately one-third of their original capacity. This is because each call that is being recorded has two additional SIP dialogs associated with it (so essentially equivalent to three calls).+  ​*Enabling BiB on MRA endpoints reduces the overall call capacity of Expressway nodes down to approximately one-third of their original capacity. This is because each call that is being recorded has two additional SIP dialogs associated with it (so essentially equivalent to three calls).
  
 ===Built-in-Bridge Recording through MRA Prerequisites=== ===Built-in-Bridge Recording through MRA Prerequisites===
- *Configure BiB over MRA +  ​*Configure BiB over MRA 
- ​*Built-in-Bridge Recording through MRA Prerequisites +  *Built-in-Bridge Recording through MRA Prerequisites 
- *BiB over MRA requires the following components, or later:+  *BiB over MRA requires the following components, or later:
  
 ===Any compatible clients:=== ===Any compatible clients:===
  
- *Cisco Jabber for Windows 11.9 +  ​*Cisco Jabber for Windows 11.9 
- ​*Cisco Jabber for Mac 11.9 +  *Cisco Jabber for Mac 11.9 
- ​*Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad 11.9 +  *Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad 11.9 
- ​*Cisco Jabber for Android 11.9 +  *Cisco Jabber for Android 11.9 
- ​*Cisco IP Phone 7800 Series, Cisco IP Conference Phone 7832, or Cisco IP Phone 8800 Series devices which support MRA (not all these phones are MRA-compatible) +  *Cisco IP Phone 7800 Series, Cisco IP Conference Phone 7832, or Cisco IP Phone 8800 Series devices which support MRA (not all these phones are MRA-compatible) 
- *The phones which currently support MRA are listed in the MRA Requirements section of this guide, or ask your Cisco representative for details.+  *The phones which currently support MRA are listed in the MRA Requirements section of this guide, or ask your Cisco representative for details.
  
- *Registrar/​call control agent: Cisco Unified Communications Manager 11.5(1)SU3 BiB is not supported on Expressway-registered endpoints.+  ​*Registrar/​call control agent: Cisco Unified Communications Manager 11.5(1)SU3 BiB is not supported on Expressway-registered endpoints.
  
- *Edge traversal: Expressway X8.11.1+  ​*Edge traversal: Expressway X8.11.1
  
- *Recording server: Out of scope for this document. (Information about configuring recording for Cisco Unified Communications Manager is available in the Feature Configuration Guide for Cisco Unified Communications Manager.) ​                           ​+  ​*Recording server: Out of scope for this document. (Information about configuring recording for Cisco Unified Communications Manager is available in the Feature Configuration Guide for Cisco Unified Communications Manager.) ​                           ​