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RTP command

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Jan 31st, 2006
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Hi,


Can someone explain me how does the comman: voice rtp send-rcv works???


That is the issue:

1. I´m unsing CCM for VoIP services in one side.

2. The transport that I´m using is a cisco 800 (A p2P circuit trough DSL).


If I use the voice rtp comman in the Cisco 800, will this help to warranty that I will not have problems like one way audio, etc.


Thanks and regards....

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dgahm Wed, 02/01/2006 - 15:51
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http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk652/tk698/technologies_tech_note09186a008009484b.shtml


The voice path is established in the backward direction at the start of the RTP stream. The forward audio path is not cut through until the Cisco IOS gateway receives a Connect message from the remote end.


In some cases, it is necessary to establish a two-way audio path as soon as the RTP channel is opened, which is before the Connect message is received. In order to achieve this, issue the voice rtp send-recv global configuration command.


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