[Asterisk-Dev] IAX Calls close after 140 seconds

Derek Smithies derek at indranet.co.nz
Wed Jun 22 16:46:48 MST 2005

 Steve - you must be kidding - surely ?

> 2) The old jitterbuffer didn't actually "buffer" frames, but just 
> "schedule their delivery". so, if it was in a place where it thought it 
> should shrink it's "buffer" time, it would schedule each successive 
> packet with 1 or 2ms less delay than the previous packet.

I thought the whole purpose of a jitter buffer is to 
  a) smooth out the rate at which packets are received, 
  b)reorder packets if necessary
  c)cope with lost packets

 Now, since you have no control over 
  a)how long a packet will take to travel from the transmitter 
         to the receiver
  b)if packets will be reordered in transit
  b)if packets are lost in transt,

placing a jitter buffer at the sending end seems a bit pointless.


Derek Smithies Ph.D.                         
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