Here is some info on the codecs for MeetingPlace Express;
The MeetingPlace Audio Server uses User Datagram Protocol (UDP) for transmission of real-time audio directly to the endpoints (such as IP phones, IP/VC MCU, and so forth). The most commonly used codecs for RTP are G.711 and G.729, but the MeetingPlace Audio Server also supports G.722, G.723, G.726, G.728, GSM, GSM-EFR, and QCELP. The Audio Server, by default, is enabled to use only the G.711 codec for RTP. However, you can change this default to the desired codec by using the command line interface.
The MeetingPlace Audio Server requires use of the MeetingPlace H.323/SIP IP Gateway in order to support H.323 and SIP.
Meetingplace Express is a software only server, (not like big guy Meetingplace which has DSPs). So bottomline is that Meetingplace express can only take calls in g711. YOu need to transcode a call if the endpoint supports only g729.
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