In a VoIP scenario, Cisco normally recommends that we use G711 at LAN side since has nice MOS and G729 if the call have to go trough WAN to reach another destination.
But unfortunatelly we must transcode G711 to G729 to ever call that is placed and will consume DSP resourses.
But my doubt:
The MOS of G729 codec is quiet great. Can we force to all LAN calls use the G729 codec? So that, since the WAN calls will use G729 too, it will not consume DSP resourses because as know, same codecs does not consume PVDM's.
Finally client will reduce with bandwith cost and also with PVDM resourses since transcode will be not necessary.
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