[Freeswitch-users] Does Freeswitch support CRTP?

Steven Ayre steveayre at gmail.com
Fri Feb 22 18:52:27 MSK 2013

CRTP works by compressing the IP and UDP headers. That means it cannot be used over mobile networks.

The audio is already compressed so cannot be compressed further - RTP is as light as you can get while still being routable via the Internet.

You should compare the different codec options. There is a large difference in the bandwidth use of different codecs. Eg compare G711 vs GSM, CELT, Speex etc.

Other advice: Increasing the ptime will fit a longer period of time into a single packet so reduce the IP/UDP/RTP header overhead. Also increasing the jitter buffer length may help compensate for the heavy jitter you may see on a mobile connection.


On 22 Feb 2013, at 03:44, ZhouJianhua <jh.zhou at outlook.com> wrote:

> RTP's head is too heavy for mobile network. There is little about CRTP on google, anyone use it?
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