[Freeswitch-users] Audio delay on the conference calls
ka.rathod99 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 12 12:33:54 UTC 2019
Thanks for the answer.
I am facing this issue in the production environment I have checked the
same thing on Freeswitch-Vanilla-1.8.7 but this issue is not reproduced
So I don't think it's a version-specific issue.
Is there any configuration that I need to look into?
If you want I can share my Sofia configuration with you.
On Tue, Nov 12, 2019 at 1:23 AM Mike Jerris <mike at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> Did you try the current release?
> > On Nov 8, 2019, at 8:10 AM, Abhilash Rathod <ka.rathod99 at gmail.com>
> > Hello,
> > I am using FreeSWITCH version 1.8.7 on Centos 7. I am facing an audio
> delay on the conference call. Three users are on the conference call.
> > In the initial time, audio is fine, there was no audio delay but audio
> delay increasing wisely as call time duration increasing. Below I have
> mentioned some delay examples which I have faced.
> > Call Time: Delay(approx):
> > 00:45 1.02s
> > 02:30 1.10s
> > 04:35 1.25s
> > 07:45 1.60s
> > 10:35 1.80s
> > 15:15 2.60s
> > 21:40 3.60s
> > 27:10 4.25s
> > 30:00 4.30s
> > I have applied two changes on the FreeSWITCH for the fix this issue, but
> still, i am facing audio delay issue.
> > 1. set rtp_time_name= none in dialplan
> > 2. set <param name="rtp-autoflush-during-bridge" value="true"/> in sofia
> > Is there any other solution available to resolve this issue.
> > Advance Thanks for the help.
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