can anyone explain to me how the transcoder is used, if i have 2 devices over the wan one talks g711 (e.g a sip trunk, or an ipcc) and the other talks g729 (normal ip phone) , where shall i put the transcoder and apply it to which device pool
Basically transcoding is only needed if one of the two devices can't speak the codec that is being negotiated. It sounds like IPCC would be the device that can't support g729 in this example. You should go ahead and put the transcoding resource in an MRG and MRGL that you put in both device pools. When the phone calls IPCC it will be the phone's media resource group list that is used to pick a transcoding resource.
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