[asterisk-users] One way audio internal

Mitul Limbani mitul at enterux.in
Fri Nov 21 04:50:36 CST 2014

You probably do not have enough g729 channels license.
On 21-Nov-2014 4:17 PM, "A J Stiles" <asterisk_list at earthshod.co.uk> wrote:

> On Friday 21 Nov 2014, Andrew Colin wrote:
> > Hi All
> >
> > We have a strange issue with our hosted asterisk server running on Debian
> > Internal calls btween extensions using g729 give one way audio
> > As soon as we change the codec to ALAW the issues goes away.
> >
> > Any ideas how to fix this?
> >
> > Outbound calls via a trunk work fine with g729
> Unless you have serious bandwidth issues, just forget about g.729 and
> change
> to a-law throughout.  A-law is what the PSTN  (in civilised countries)
> uses
> anyway, so you won't need to transcode  (which chews up processor resources
> and risks compromising quality)  for calls to and from the outside world.
> If you really need to use g.729 and are outside the USA  (therefore, beyond
> the reach of software patents),  there is a free version that you can use
> --
> and this one, better than Digium's offering, comes with the Source Code so
> you
> can be sure it isn't doing anything nasty behind the scenes.
> But to be honest, you probably are better off just sticking with a-law.
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