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Cisco 3810 & g723

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    Shafraz
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    Hello,

    I am having a Cisco 3810 and I need to accept g723.. but it seems the 3810 doesnt support g723.. How do I get g723? I have upgraded the IOS, but no luck

    Hope someone will help.

    Thanks
    Shafraz.

    #27235 Reply
    Noname to Shafraz
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    The normal MC3810 only does G729 when equiped with the basic codec card.

    Look into the DSP card. If the chips have a 542 stenciled on the chips, you got the older DSP ‘s, adn those only handle g729 and g711,among other extrange ones that are not too much help.

    In order to get g723 you need a MC3810 with 549 ‘s DSP chips, the one that are normally on the MC3810 V3.

    Look at the prices on ebay. That is the reason why the MC3810 with the good DSP are much more expensive.
    Here is a link to one of those sales:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=51204&item=3096286105&rd=1

    If you have any questioons about those MC3810, give a holler
    Mike3799@yahoo.com

    #27236 Reply
    Shafraz_trm@hotmail.com
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    Hello,

    Thank you for your advice. I seem to be having a Cisco 3810 V3. I never removed the casing to check the DSP chip type. Do you think it’s possible for a MC3810 V3 to have a 542 type chip?

    Rgds
    Shafraz

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