[asterisk-users] Voice "broken" during calls

Antony Stone Antony.Stone at asterisk.open.source.it
Sun Jun 14 03:49:52 CDT 2020

On Sunday 14 June 2020 at 09:00:26, Luca Bertoncello wrote:

> I did another test, today: I called my leased line number using my
> mobile phone (over GSM, not VoIP) and wait for the answering maschine.
> So, as a normal call from outside if I'm not at home.
> Result: the quality is *excellent*. I didn't hear any "interruptions" in
> the message of the answering maschine and, as I played the message I
> spoked there were no "interruptions", too...
> So, the module voicemail in Asterisk does *not* have the same problems
> as the other phones.
> And the Thomson VoIP-phone has more problems than my Android connected
> to the Asterisk...

So, you don't get "consistently good quality" in any situation, but it seems 
like the Thomson phone being involved makes things worse.

> > what happens if you let your Android phone connect via LTE to your home
> > Asterisk server and you dial your (home, cabled) Thomson phone from it? 
> > What's the call quality like then?
> The quality is terrible. It is not possible to understand any word...
> BUT: if I call my wife using the Thomson (she uses a Thomsons, same
> model, too!) the quality is excellent...

And is her Thomson connected on the same network to the same Asterisk server, 
or is it somewhere else altogether?

Why do you have:

> allow=ilbc

in sip.conf?


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