If redundant recording is not used, you only need the primary port/addresses configured.
Speakerbus turrets fork RTP to preconfigured recorder ports. One turret is able to stream max 7 different media streams according to 7 media source mixing layout configured via iCMS (iManager Centralised Management Server). Intercom devices support one media stream only. Verba receives media on the same 7 configured ports from multiple devices and demultiplexes them based on media source address and turret address/expansion board address seen in call events. The port configuration is learnt from call events and ports are allocated on-demand.
Please be aware of that media ports should be selected from a range which can be dedicated to Verba service and are not subject of use from other applications. Verba active recorders (for Cisco/SIPREC/IP Trade....) might use media port range 16384-65535) which should not overlap this range if recorder server is integrated with these systems as well. The recommended range is: 3000-3007.
Speakerbus provides redundancy in 2N fashion (duplicated call events and media streams). This requires two Verba Unified Call Recorder instance one marked as primary other one as backup/secondary.
The Speakerbus user-id should be added to Verba as a recorded extension. This can be done manually (Extension list) or using Active Directory Synchronization. When adding (or synchronizing) the user IDs, the Type setting of the extensions has to be set to User/Agent ID.
Activate and start Verba Unified Call Recorder service
Configure iCDS to connect Verba recorder(s) on port 7788
Configure turret profiles in iCMS according to desired media mixing layouts, media codecs and configure related primary (and in case of 2N topology: secondary) Verba RTP ports