What is the minimum value I can really use as "jitter-delay" in a configuration of a VISM? I'm speaking about the command "cnfcodecjtrdelay" with parameters "jitter-mode" and "jitter-delay".
In the "VISM Software CLI Commands" page of Cisco website I found "... the range from 0 to 100..." but I need to know if a value 0 is really accepted and used or simply the software forces a minimum value of 5-10ms.
Check this bug CSCdu65507 which talks about a bug where setting this value to 1 gets set to 0. Although there is not much of documentation on the lowest value allowed. From this bug RNE, i am convinced that a value of zero is accepted as a valid parameter.
Thanks for your useful tip. I see your point but several voices in Cisco tell me that minimum valid value is 10ms. However I've just posted a new message with a better explanation of my real problem, so, if you can help me... you're wellcome!!!!!
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