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Tseveendorj Ochirlantuu
Hello,

What kind of codecs included in OpenSIPS?  G.711mu, G711a ,G729 ...

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Re: Codec question

Iñaki Baz Castillo
El Viernes, 28 de Noviembre de 2008, Tseveendorj Ochirlantuu escribió:
> Hello,
> What kind of codecs included in OpenSIPS?  G.711mu, G711a ,G729 ...

Do you understant that OpenSIPS is a *SIP proxy* and *never* a media server or
media proxy?
OpenSIPS knows nothing about codec or RTP.



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Re: Codec question

Giuseppe Roberti-3
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Hi.

OpenSIPS is not a media proxy.
It understand only SIP protocol.
You need some RTP proxy for dealing with audio/video (and so codecs).
The only two solution i know are:
  - rtpproxy http://rtpproxy.org/
  - mediaproxy http://mediaproxy-ng.org/

Regards.

Tseveendorj Ochirlantuu wrote:

> Hello,
> What kind of codecs included in OpenSIPS?  G.711mu, G711a ,G729 ...
>
> Thank you
>
> Sincerely,
> Tseveen.
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Re: Codec question

Adrian Georgescu
For the clarity codecs are only in the end-points (e.g. SIP phone). MediaProxy is not an end point and is codec agnostic. So it does not need to support a particular codec, it relays UDP/RTP packets regardless of what codec they have inside. 

Adrian

On Nov 28, 2008, at 1:34 PM, Giuseppe Roberti wrote:

Hi.

OpenSIPS is not a media proxy.
It understand only SIP protocol.
You need some RTP proxy for dealing with audio/video (and so codecs).
The only two solution i know are:
 - rtpproxy http://rtpproxy.org/
 - mediaproxy http://mediaproxy-ng.org/

Regards.

Tseveendorj Ochirlantuu wrote:
Hello,
What kind of codecs included in OpenSIPS?  G.711mu, G711a ,G729 ...

Thank you

Sincerely,
Tseveen.



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