I know g729 is for VOIP calls to make good use of bandwidth and I know that PSTN (E1 or T1) should use g711 since they are un-compressed. But in my CM 4.1(3) setup, all my calls via PSTN (incoming and outgoing) use g729, even if my IP Phone and the H323 gateway are in the same Device Pool, hence using the same Region. Any thoughts?
Sorry if I didn't made myself clear. My question actually is: Why PSTN calls always use g729? I have voice-class codec in my VOIP dial-peer and I have g711 as the preferred codec but still PSTN calls use g729. If I hard code g711 only in my VOIP dial-peer, calls drop. Any idea how I can make PST calls use g711? Thanks.
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