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 From :  Nik Pakar <nikpakar@g...>
 Subject :  Re: Codec packet size in both ways
 Date :  Tue, 13 Oct 2009 08:51:15 +0000
Hello friends,
Can any one please give me some hint on this.

When using g729 type codec, call orginating yate server send the ptime as
40. But the receiving end yate's codec encoder talk back in 20ms. How can we
set this to be on 40ms from both side.

Thanks a lot for any help.

Rgds
Nik

On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 6:09 AM, Nik Pakar  wrote:

> Hello friends,
>
> I have yate server 1 sending a call to yate server 2. I have set
> osdp_ptime=40 on the yate1. The call originate with ptime=40. But when the
> call is live, and media stream established. i can see the call path
>
> yate 1 -> yate 2 = is on 40ms
> yate 2 -> yate 1 = is on 20ms
>
> How and where can i set this reverse path packet size for codecs. Since
> there is no regex involved on the receiving yate2 server for this call, is
> there any global parameter to set for this.
>
> Appreciate any help.
>
> Thanks
> nik
>



Hello friends,

Can any one please give me some hint on this.

When using g729 type codec, call orginating yate server send the ptime as 40. But the receiving end yate's codec encoder talk back in 20ms. How can we set this to be on 40ms from both side.

Thanks a lot for any help.

Rgds
Nik

On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 6:09 AM, Nik Pakar <nikpakar@g...> wrote:
Hello friends,
 
I have yate server 1 sending a call to yate server 2. I have set osdp_ptime=40 on the yate1. The call originate with ptime=40. But when the call is live, and media stream established. i can see the call path
 
yate 1 -> yate 2 = is on 40ms
yate 2 -> yate 1 = is on 20ms
 
How and where can i set this reverse path packet size for codecs. Since there is no regex involved on the receiving yate2 server for this call, is there any global parameter to set for this.
 
Appreciate any help.
 
Thanks
nik