I have several Tandberg 95 Edge MXP endpoints configured as H.323 clients in CUCM 7.1.5b su2. I noticed there is a noticable difference in video quality when dial by 4-digit extension vs direct IP between two endpoints. Below is the call detail status for 4-digit extension dial vs IP direct dial.
- 4-digit dial
Video protocol: H.264
Audio codec: G.722
Video format: CIF
Call connects at 768k
- IP direct dial
Video protocol: H.264
Audio codec: Aac-ld
Video format: w448p
Call connects at 1152k
Both of these endpoints are configured in the same Region in CUCM and I allow up to 1536k per call but for some reason calls can only connect at 768k when dial by 4-digit extension. Has anyone run into this scenario and experience the same issue ? Is there any setting in CUCM that can be tweak for video calls to connect beyon 768k ?
Thanks in advance !!! I appreciate any inputs/suggestions
Re: Tandberg Endpoint as H.323 Client in CUCM 7.1.5
Hi Gogasca and thanks for responding to my post !!!
You mentioned allow more bandwidth in the Region. I already allowed 1536k but for some reason calls can only connect at 768k when dial by 4-digit extension. Below attached are the SDI and SDL traces, I made two test calls (one dialed by IP address and one dialed by 4-digit extension). Both calls were dialed from this Tandberg endpoint configured as H.323 client with IP address 10.40.8.60 and extension 8498. Please let me know what you find.
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