Settings/silence compression/DESCRIPTION

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:  To save bandwidth in the case of silence, select “on” to stop silent RTP audio streams for as long as the silence lasts. When silence suppression is on, comfort noise (CNG/VAD) will be generated locally at the other end of the call so that the other party will not mistakenly believe that the call has been terminated.
:  To save bandwidth in the case of silence, select “on” to stop silent RTP audio streams for as long as the silence lasts. When silence suppression is on, comfort noise (CNG/VAD) will be generated locally at the other end of the call so that the other party will not mistakenly believe that the call has been terminated.
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: This setting has been removed from 8.7 versions cause it can be enabled/disabled by configuring the codec "cn" in the codec priority list.
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:[[File:alert.png|20px]] This setting has been removed from 8.7 versions cause it can be enabled/disabled by configuring the codec "cn" in the codec priority list.
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:'''Please note''' the codec "cn" is currently not supported by [[snomMP]], [[snom7xx]] (supported from [[8.7.3]]), [[snom821]] and [[snom870]].
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: Please note: the codec "cn" is currently not supported by snomMP, snom720 and snom760.
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Revision as of 11:52, 13 December 2011

To save bandwidth in the case of silence, select “on” to stop silent RTP audio streams for as long as the silence lasts. When silence suppression is on, comfort noise (CNG/VAD) will be generated locally at the other end of the call so that the other party will not mistakenly believe that the call has been terminated.
This setting has been removed from 8.7 versions cause it can be enabled/disabled by configuring the codec "cn" in the codec priority list.
Please note the codec "cn" is currently not supported by snomMP, snom7xx (supported from 8.7.3), snom821 and snom870.
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