I pulled some QRT documents in CM4.1, and noticed that the originating codec for IP Communicator calls appears to be G.726!
Although i thought this was clearly mismarked, i did notice that my my MGCP gateway configuration states "mgcp rtp payload-type g726r16 static".
Of course, hard phones clearly function with 711, and i would presume that i would notice a difference if 726 were actually at play (like lots of transcoders and bad quality), but i would really like a sanity check.
Has anyone else noticed the same codec classification listed in QRT?
(additionally, etherpeek shows 729 for these calls).
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