Getting one-way audio sporadically where a caller from remote site will call in and at some point the audio to the remote side dies. The audio to the local listener can still hear the remote side. Gets better. If the remote side puts the call on hold then resumes the call the audio stream is re-connected. I did a packet capture and I see an ICMP port unreachable answer for the RTCP packet the remote side sent right before it loses the audio. Any ideas?
I thought about a timer but the times I lose the audio are all over the place. Sometimes its 1 minute into a call and the maximum so far has been 13 minutes. I will see if I can find what the timeout value is.
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