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Testing against robot

jca-3
   I have been testing against the robot at h323.voxgratia.org. I can
hear the voice at the other side perfectly, and the robot detects my
IP address without any problem. I can also record my voice, but when
the recording is played back to me, the sound is choppy, and almost
unintelligible.  The statistics on my side do not report anything in
the way of dropped packets, and the connection log is the following:

11:04:20 Started GnomeMeeting 1.2.1 for user xxx
11:04:23 Updated information on ils.seconix.com
11:04:25 Set STUN server to stun.voxgratia.org (Cone NAT)
11:04:33 Calling h323:h323.voxgratia.org
11:04:44 Opened Intel ICH5 for recording with plugin ALSA
11:04:44 Opened codec iLBC-13k3{sw} for transmission
11:04:44 Connected with woomera using Post Increment Woomera 1.0alpha1
11:04:44 Opened Intel ICH5 for playing with plugin ALSA
11:04:44 Opened codec G.711-uLaw-64k for reception
11:04:46 Updated information on ils.seconix.com
11:07:31 Stopping current call
11:07:32 Closed codec iLBC-13k3{sw} which was opened for transmission
11:07:32 Closed codec G.711-uLaw-64k which was opened for reception
11:07:33 Local user cleared the call
11:07:37 Updated information on ils.seconix.com

  I know that my sound board is working fine, and so is my networking
in general.  I surmise that my voice gets to the robot already broken
up, in the way the robot faithfully replays it for me.

  Any suggestions on how to fix this?
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Re: Testing against robot

Damien Sandras
Le mercredi 01 juin 2005 à 11:23 -0700, JCA a écrit :

>    I have been testing against the robot at h323.voxgratia.org. I can
> hear the voice at the other side perfectly, and the robot detects my
> IP address without any problem. I can also record my voice, but when
> the recording is played back to me, the sound is choppy, and almost
> unintelligible.  The statistics on my side do not report anything in
> the way of dropped packets, and the connection log is the following:
>
> 11:04:20 Started GnomeMeeting 1.2.1 for user xxx
> 11:04:23 Updated information on ils.seconix.com
> 11:04:25 Set STUN server to stun.voxgratia.org (Cone NAT)
> 11:04:33 Calling h323:h323.voxgratia.org
> 11:04:44 Opened Intel ICH5 for recording with plugin ALSA
> 11:04:44 Opened codec iLBC-13k3{sw} for transmission
> 11:04:44 Connected with woomera using Post Increment Woomera 1.0alpha1
> 11:04:44 Opened Intel ICH5 for playing with plugin ALSA
> 11:04:44 Opened codec G.711-uLaw-64k for reception
> 11:04:46 Updated information on ils.seconix.com
> 11:07:31 Stopping current call
> 11:07:32 Closed codec iLBC-13k3{sw} which was opened for transmission
> 11:07:32 Closed codec G.711-uLaw-64k which was opened for reception
> 11:07:33 Local user cleared the call
> 11:07:37 Updated information on ils.seconix.com
>
>   I know that my sound board is working fine, and so is my networking
> in general.  I surmise that my voice gets to the robot already broken
> up, in the way the robot faithfully replays it for me.
>
>   Any suggestions on how to fix this?

It could be the robot. There could be a broken router between the
gateway and you.

Have you tried disabling G.711 to force the use of iLBC 13 for
transmission AND reception?

Also try with another user, and report back.
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