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There is a setting in pbx.xml labeled "timeout_connected" which by default is 120. We are experimenting with video calls and they are dropping precisely at 120 seconds due to RTP timeout. A regular non-video call works as expected.

 

What are the values that can be placed in the "timeout_connected" setting and what ramifications are there to changing this value?

 

PBXnSIP version 4.2.0.3958 CentOS 5

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Well, if someone pulls the plug on the phone and the other side does not disconnect (or there is no other side), that call will stay up for one more hour... Not good.

 

Is this one-way video and there is no audio going on? In two way video it should actually not hangup. In one-way audio (and fax) it will hang up; that#s debatable and maybe we need to change this.

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Well, if someone pulls the plug on the phone and the other side does not disconnect (or there is no other side), that call will stay up for one more hour... Not good.

 

Is this one-way video and there is no audio going on? In two way video it should actually not hangup. In one-way audio (and fax) it will hang up; that#s debatable and maybe we need to change this.

 

This is two-way video/audio; in other words a two-way video call. So if we set this number at <timeout_connected>3600</timeout_connected> this will affect only the video/audio call and not voice only calls? I guess I'm still a little confused as to what this number controls.

 

One of the tests that we conducted this morning was to establish a normal audio-only call. After about 5-6 minutes on the same call, we switched on the cameras, exactly 120 sec later the call dropped, both audio and video.

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