I have a two CUE installations. One CUE is in the US and the second is in the UK. Everything works fine with the US CUE voicemail system but the CUE installed in the UK is not able to record messages with good quality from the outside world. Calls forwarded to voicemail made from an internal phone or from a US gateway work fine. Any call coming in from the UK gateway doesn't record with good quality. The recording is hard to hear with a lot of static sound overtop of the call. Keep in mind that the UK Gateway is a ISDN BRI Circuit that has to be setup as a g711alaw codec. In the US we use g711ulaw codec. I think there is an issue with a codec mismatch but I can't seem to resolve it. The UK CUE auto attendant prompts sound fine when calling in through the UK Gateway.
I've heard of other instances where the g711a law on voip dial peer was causing the issue-- but this was for U.S. customers and changing the codec to G711u law corrected their problem with voice quality on CUE.
Cisco TAC is currently reviewing information I send them. If I try to change the ISDN BRI Circuit to g711ulaw then phone calls have the same static issue. When it is set to a-law the phone calls are clear. The call legs to the CUE during the recording process are showing g711alaw codecs which seem to be unsupported with CUE 2.2.2 that I'm using currently. Transcoding doesn't seem to come in to play even though I have some configured on the same router.
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