Avaya Aura® Communication Manager Release 8.1.2 was made generally available in March 2020 as part of Avaya Aura Platform Release 8.1.2. This is the latest release of Communication Manager and is recommended for new development.
Important Information for CDR UsersWith Release 8.1.2, TLS Encryption has been added for the Communication Manager SAT interface, enabling encryption of CDR data for primary and secondary CDR devices using the TLS protocol.
New In 8.1.2
Communication Manager 8.1.2 includes the following new and enhanced capabilities:
- Support for the IP Phone Group Id field for SIP endpoints
- Busy indicator support for J-Series endpoints
- DMCC API enhancements to allow external recording applications to request split stream recording.
For more detailed information about these features, see the Release Notes and What's New in the Avaya Aura Platform, available under the Downloads tab.
Additional documentation for Communication Manager Release 8.x is available for download from the Avaya Support web site:
Important Information for CDR Users
With Release 8.1.2, TLS Encryption has been added for the Communication Manager SAT interface, enabling encryption of CDR data for primary and secondary CDR devices using the TLS protocol.
See Chapter 53 for detailed information about the Call Detail Recording interface:
Selective Listening Hold/Multiple Registration Service
Important Note: This white paper provides guidance for application developers that use the Selective Listening Hold (SLH) service and/or Multiple Registration (MR) to utilize call media information from one or more parties in a call.