VoIP Newbie needs help - 1760, WAN links, Compression
I am charged with helping my employer evaluate Cisco's VoIP. I am using 2 1760's, one with an FXO tied into our PBX, the other on the other end of a simulated WAN (using a B-T-B cable). I have phones on both sides of the WAN. Some of our WAN links are 512K and 384K, so compression is a must so we don't kill data traffic when there are active phone calls. How do I implement g.729a compression on these routers? I have a 8 channel DSP in 1 router and a 20 channel in the other. Both routers are Max'd out on memory and flash, and we are using Call Manager Express for our lab purposes. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks!!!
Re: VoIP Newbie needs help - 1760, WAN links, Compression
You can sent the codec under the your VOIP dial peer. You set is under the peer or you can call a voice class codec. Ether way you can set the system to us a codec. Just make sure that you set it on both sides of your dial peer.
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