Cisco and Avaya

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Jan 5th, 2010

Hey guys,

Just wondering if Cisco has a plain old g729 codec. I'm trying to configure an h.323 connection between myself and and avaya system. I think I have all the configuration correct but the avaya system only seems to support

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G.729A

G.729AB
G.729

My cisco gateway only seems to have the following as options.

g729br8
g729r8

Does anyone know if there are issues between these codecs?


         

I have this problem too.
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Paolo Bevilacqua Tue, 01/05/2010 - 08:23

They are all interoperable. Without getting into the details, it's just a matter of naming conventions.

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