[Freeswitch-users] RTP Packet Loss Troubleshooting
michel.brabants at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 18:19:48 MSD 2014
The easiest solution would probably be increasing the rtp-packetsize to
30-40ms instead of the default of 20. However, you're increasing the
latency then. I suppose one could automatically start doing things like
this based on rtcp.
On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 2:39 PM, Linux Vince <linuxv at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have installed freeswitch and testing with SiPP
> FreeSwitch was easily able to handle 1700 concurrent calls.
> However when it starts going near 2000 my RTP packets are being lost and
> audio is totally gone in some cases.
> How do i troubleshoot this ? And how to tune RTP performance for
> I checked that CPU is not fully utilized and is somewhere around 40% range
> and memory is only at 10%.
> Also network interface is not fully utilized as well as i was able to
> transfer files from server and interface was able to handle much more
> bandwidth than it was running.
> Please help.
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