[asterisk-users] Asterisk switching bridge to native_rtp even with direct_media=no
jleed at me.com
Wed Mar 18 09:53:35 CDT 2015
Well, it breaks audio for all NAT endpoints, how can I fix this?
> On 18 Mar 2015, at 15:48, Matthew Jordan <mjordan at digium.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 7:41 AM, Nick Awesome <jleed at me.com <mailto:jleed at me.com>> wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> have issues with reinvite, no matter what endpoint is calling asterisk
>> always tries switch simple_bridge to native_rtp
>> Bridge 0422bfa0-9d22-4bba-9108-a3f14d7d1cab: switching from simple_bridge
>> technology to native_rtp
>> in endpoints table “direct_media” sets to “no” on all endpoints but it
>> doesn’t help.
>> if native_rtp not work for some reason I have oneway audio. how can I fix
>> this? if I add mix_monitor it works, but it’s not a right way to fix this
> A native_rtp bridge is used for more than direct media. It is also
> used for local native bridging, that is, when you have two RTP capable
> channels in a bridge and Asterisk does not require the media to flow
> through its core. The bridge then just performs a packet to packet
> swap between the two RTP capable channels.
> Note that on verbosity 4, Asterisk will tell you if the bridge is
> locally or remotely bridging the two channels.
> Matthew Jordan
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