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Voice payload of CODEC setting problem

We are using netmeeting to call a 5300 with the configuration:

dial-peer voice 10 pots

destination-pattern 00T

port 1:D

!

It works. Now we want to adjust the voice payload of the CODEC

g711ulaw. Is it possible to adjust the voice payload of the CODEC

for a "pots" configuration? If yes, how to do it? If no, can you

show me a way to get around it.

Thanks.

Alex.w

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Re: Voice payload of CODEC setting problem

You don't really change it for the pots. You change it for the VOIP peer. Everytime you hit a router with voice you always match 2 dial-peers. An inbound peer and a outbound peer. If you don't have an inbound peer defined you are hitting the default dial-peer with is call dial-peer voice 0. So create a voip dial-peer with the session target of the netmeeting clients ip address and assign the codec you want to use. If this does not work you may need to use the incoming-called number command to force it to match the correct voip dial-peer.

Thank you,

-Mckee

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Re: Voice payload of CODEC setting problem

I set the incoming-called number command to force it to match a voip dial-peer and it works!

Thank you very much.

Best Regards,

Alex.w

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