[Freeswitch-users] Limiting available codecs in bypass media mode
krice at freeswitch.org
Thu Jul 11 23:09:38 MSD 2013
Rejecting it when when they are sending multiple codecs is just plain
wrong... And I would yell at a carrier that did that...
On 7/11/13 2:03 PM, "Sergey Okhapkin" <sos at sokhapkin.dyndns.org> wrote:
> Some PSTN carriers reject calls when unsupported on PSTN side codec is set as
> primary. So sending G722 as a primary is a big deal...
> I wish to have "filter codecs out" ability on bypass media.
> On Thursday 11 July 2013 13:51:23 Ken Rice wrote:
>> Sending G722 to the carrier isnt that big of a deal... If they support it
>> and accept it no problem, if they don¹t support it, they¹ll pick something
>> As far as WAN bandwidth its the same as G722...
>> On 7/11/13 1:12 PM, "Phil Quesinberry" <philq at qsystemsengineering.com>
>>> I¹m wondering what the best way is to limit the available codecs when
>>> making outbound bypass-media calls to the PSTN. The scenario is as
>>> Extension phones have HD codecs including G722 enabled for the best audio
>>> quality between extensions for internal calls. When an outbound call is
>>> made to the PSTN, the first-choice wholesale provider we use offers (and
>>> seems to prefer) G722. We¹d rather ensure that G711 is used instead.
>>> Despite the fact that G722 is not enabled for any of the codec prefs (I
>>> grep¹ed the entire conf dir path to be sure), FS still passes along the
>>> offer of G722 from the endpoint, presumably since it¹s operating in
>>> bypass-media mode.
>>> Is there a setting to limit the codecs despite having bypass media set?
>>> Could we work around this by getting rid of the global bypass media
>>> setting and then setting bypass-media before bridging the call?
>>> Phil Quesinberry
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