Greetings. I am connecting to my company VPN using Cisco VPN client, and then I launch the Communicator to connect VoIP. I've noticed that after about 60 seconds(sometimes more, sometimes less) after the call is established, I can longer hear anything, nor can the other side, and then the call drops.
I've tested my broadband connection, everything appears to be running flawless, as does my vpn connection. I suppose it could be the Plantronics USB headset work purchased me, but it seems to work ok with other processes. So I'm a bit lost. Any ideas? Anyone seen this before?
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