[Asterisk-Users] Cisco 7960 and short delay before voice star
ts after ring.
ALow at Prioritytelecom.com
Wed Mar 10 11:03:06 MST 2004
Well I just took a look at the TAC case and things dont look good, seems the TAC are now blaming Asterisk for the problem but I will go through there debugs and push back, will let you know.
From: James Sizemore [mailto:james at deny.org]
Sent: 08 March 2004 22:09
To: asterisk-users at lists.digium.com
Subject: Re: [Asterisk-Users] Cisco 7960 and short delay before voice
star ts after ring.
Thanks for the information. You have saved me a few hours on the phone
with TAC. <smile>
Low, Adam wrote:
>We have a TAC case open on this issue (reference DDTS CSCed48311) as well, apparently it was going to be fixed in a 7.1 release (yes I know we're only at 6.2 but that's what Cisco stated) but now we are hearing that it will not be fixed in that release but would most likely be further down the track. The issue is specific to SIP on 79xx phones, H.323/SCCP/MGCP all work fine. We're hoping to get a *special* release of the bug fixed SIP code for testing within the next 3/4 weeks. If we get it I'll post an update ...
>From: Duane [mailto:digium at aus-biz.com]
>Sent: 03 March 2004 15:12
>To: asterisk-users at lists.digium.com
>Subject: Re: [Asterisk-Users] Cisco 7960 and short delay before voice
>starts after ring.
>Bisker, Scott (7805) wrote:
>>I think what James is referring to is the delay once the call already
>>been dialed. It's not specific to Ciscos, as I'm experiencing the
>>same problem on my polycom phones. Must be SIP related.
>>The problem is that once a call is dialed, when the remote party
>>picks up the phone, the first half second is cutoff. The remote
>>party won't hear the first half second of the call. I had this
>>happend several times in the last few days. I've also had a few
>>complaints from users recently. Here's what it looks like.
>I noticed the same issue using a SIP soft phone, I can't recall having
>the same issue with a IAX soft phone, pretty sure it didn't happen...
>I'm testing now to see if I can make it happen, but it seems to be fine...
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