[Freeswitch-users] Short word drop-outs
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 22:40:26 MSK 2013
There is nothing of the sort enabled by default anywhere except conference
Regular calls are passed through unaltered unless you maybe have a
transcoding path so if its happening in that setting its not FS doing it
and more likely the TDM gateway or cell phone. Get someone to reproduce it
and take a pcap of the call, you should be able to extract the audio and
see if any is missing.
On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org>wrote:
> 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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