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Oct 14th, 2011
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Hi All,

I have a  Cisco IP communicator installed on my latop , which is running a windows-xp based operating system.

I have configured an extension for my internal calling 64xx ( still have to map the DID for the same for outbound calls etc.)

Problem Description :


>CIPC version : 


Voice Engine Version :

When some body is making a call to the extension i am able to hear the audio from the calling party , but they are not able to hear my voice, vice-a-versa, is true as well.

Wanted to know what seems to be missing, as it is a case of one way audio. Checked the headsets as well. I can hear the calling party but no voice from my side goes out to him.

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Tapan Dutt Sat, 10/15/2011 - 07:06
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hi abhishek

on the remote IP phone ask the user to press the question mark on the phone in a quick succession and check if you can see the packets received increasing on the screen....if thats not the case then the Voice packets arre getting dropped in between.

A detailed topology would be great to understand where might be the problem.



Abhishek Singh Sat, 10/15/2011 - 19:36
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The  query button in between was the first thing i checked, being an audio issue, so yes the packets were being sent continuously.

Kindly let me know, what part of the n/w topology should i bring up..  for this issue.

Snapshot of the packets being sent..or reading the traces by self ? Would bring up on monday .

Thanks for the reply though


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