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Isaac Schneider
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I just got back from the PBXnSIP training and it was mentioned that the 3.x branch supports video in a limited mannor. I was trying the Counterpath XPro client but am not having luck establishing call or adding video to existing call.

 

From my other vendor trainings this is a design problem of the PBX. When using a B2BUA architecture the phone system needs to know what each option is in the SIP and RTP streams. If it does not know it drops the info from the relayed stream.

 

Is anyone playing with this?

 

Thanks,

Isaac

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I just got back from the PBXnSIP training and it was mentioned that the 3.x branch supports video in a limited mannor. I was trying the Counterpath XPro client but am not having luck establishing call or adding video to existing call.

 

From my other vendor trainings this is a design problem of the PBX. When using a B2BUA architecture the phone system needs to know what each option is in the SIP and RTP streams. If it does not know it drops the info from the relayed stream.

 

Try establishing an audio call first then switch the video on (while still talking). Essentially the PBX believes it is T.38. Fax and video are actually similar.

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I just got back from the PBXnSIP training and it was mentioned that the 3.x branch supports video in a limited mannor. I was trying the Counterpath XPro client but am not having luck establishing call or adding video to existing call.

 

From my other vendor trainings this is a design problem of the PBX. When using a B2BUA architecture the phone system needs to know what each option is in the SIP and RTP streams. If it does not know it drops the info from the relayed stream.

 

Is anyone playing with this?

 

Thanks,

Isaac

 

Hi Isaac,

 

I think I tested this out ok but I will again just to verify. I thot it did work just like pbxnsip said.

 

tx

matt

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