[Freeswitch-users] Short word drop-outs

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Fri Feb 22 21:29:09 MSK 2013

Start with pcapsipdump. Get pcaps of all these calls. Then have the
customer report to you the date, time, caller and callee of such an
occurrence. Locate the pcap and listen to it in Wireshark. See if the
"dropout" occurs in the audio stream or if there is a possible loss of
packets, etc. That should yield some clues as to where to go next.

If you are really suspicious of the silence suppression stuff then you
might want to turn it off and see what happens.


On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 3:04 AM, Alex Lake <alex at digitalmail.com> wrote:

> Got a customer who's complaining that short words are being lost in
> conversations over VOIP/Freeswitch.
> I presume this is over-enthusiastic silence suppression which could be
> tweaked in the freeswitch config.
> I wondered if this might be a handset config issue, but they claim that
> they can use their handsets with other VOIP providers that don't show
> the same problem.
> Any tips?
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