hi Rich, I think that a good way to narrow down the problem would be via sniffer trace. If you install Wireshark (freeware) in the PC where you have the CIPC, you should be able to sniffer the whole call. You should be able to see if the CIPC stops to send the RTP stream when you see the issue or not. If the CIPC continues to send the RTP even when you lose the audio, I would start to investigate the network. If the CIPC stops to send the RTP stream we would need to investigate the CIPC. Thanks, Marcos
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