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12th August 2003 at 11:26 #24956BataaGuest
When i call, i cannot hear ringback aftewards it takes so longtime. after that, it id disconnected.
It is cisco 5300.
Please suggest me.12th August 2003 at 19:37 #24957VurcosGuest
This is a fundamental problem with Audio Connection times. Is this H.323 or SIP?
The best way to approach this is to do the following:
Download a packet Sniffer:
-Install this and do not enable any filtering.
This should be installed on a PC connected to the same HUB as either the Cisco or other VoIP end-point.
-Start Agilent by hitting the upper Green StopLight
-Place the call again while capturing the packets. Once the call is complete stop Agilent.
You really need to know what you’re looking for here, so if you don’t have a clue of what i’m getting at here let me know.
Audio Connection times. It appears that one of the devices isn’t allowing audio from the far end to connect to allow RBT(Ring Back Tone).
Please answer questions for fixing this issue.
Vurcos14th August 2003 at 19:58 #24958VoipKiller (Bigal)Guest
Bataa do you have you progress indicators setup in your Cisco box ?.5th September 2004 at 11:23 #24959Vurcos – 12 Aug 2003-ANANDGuest
we are facing same RBT problem with our gate way…of non-cisco…pls suggest us whether we opt same solution as said above8th October 2004 at 09:17 #24960cr4zy_j3pGuest
try disabling inband tone from the non-cisco gateway. That might solve the problem – at least you will not be needing to activate Progress indicator in cisco…9th October 2004 at 17:36 #24961Teodor GeorgievGuest
run a debug on the Cisco gateway (debug cch323 h225), and see what kind of Progress Indicator messages come.
Btw, your description of the problem is a “crap” (sorry to say that, but it is a pure fact).