I am having a strange issue. I have a script that accepts a call, the caller enters in a number that they wish to call, and the script places the call for them. It is used in conjunction with the MeetMe feature in Call Manager. If the MeetMe conference has not started, the script will put the user in a queue and try the call again in 30 seconds.
So here is the problem. Sometimes, after the call says it connects (I get an ls_000 event status) we hear the incoming tones on the conference but then the call just drops. The conference is still good but the participant just looses the call.
Here is what I know so far. The issue seems to happen to people that have the Cisco Video advantage turned on. We noticed the same problem when people with person video tried to make normal pstn calls. We ended up needing to put "bearer cap speech" on the voice ports. However, since we are using a script and everything stays internal, the call never goes across a voice port. Below you will see the output from a debug voip ccapi inout. The codec that is being negotiated is not recognized so it drops the call.
Here is my specific question. Does anyone know how to get something similar to "bearer cap speech" on a dial-peer or is there a way to specify the codec in my TCL script. I have also attached my dial-peers below. We already specify g711 on the dial-peer.
Interesting problem but to be honest with you, on this kind of corner case issues, it is very difficult to have Cisco look seriosly into it, unless you are very vocal or important to them. And of course have a support contract.
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