Inside our network our Jabber Video clients are limited to 384 kbps. When in a call, Jabber client stats show the “Max allowed bitrate” and the “Configured bitrate” at 384. However, the “Signaled bitrate” is 2048 kbps. The 2048 is what is configured for the “Default call bandwidth” on our VCS.
The issue I’m having is when the Jabber client is in a Local Subzone with a bandwidth limit, the signaled bitrate of 2048 is counting against the limit instead of the 384. Is this normal behavior or do I have something configured incorrectly.
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