We have an interesting issue. We have two remote (home) offices, each with a PIX 501 connected to our ASA 5510. Each remote office has one 7961 phone. When a remote office makes a call to any phone in the home office (ie dials an extension) the calls are of pristine quality with only a very occasional clip here and there. However, when a remote office dials out to the PSTN through the (2801) gateway, users report choppy phone calls. Specifically, my remote office users' transmissions are broken up as heard by users out on the PSTN. Generally, my remote office users can hear the PSTN users' transmissions just fine.
Further, if I initiate a call from my home office (where the gateway is located) to a PSTN user and then conference in a remote office user, the call quality is pristine for all parties in conference.
I have checked for bandwidth issues, and both remote office should have more than adequate upstream and downstream bandwidth.
There may be something blatantly obvious that I am missing, but I would appreciate any suggestions.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.