How "mandatory" is the presence of G.711 in the Terminal Capability set
frank.derks at PHILIPS.COM
Fri Jun 29 09:55:32 EDT 2001
6.2.5/H.323 states that all terminals must be _capable_ to encode and decode
G.711 A-law and u-law. 184.108.40.206 states that an endpoint need not indicate this
support if it knows that it will be communicating on a low bit-rate segment.
This seems somewhat contradictory. However, the fact that G.711 must be
supported does not really mean that support should also be indicated in the
capability set. This would be in line with the statement in 220.127.116.11.
The question therefore remains, must G.711 support always be indicated in the
capability set if the endpoint has no knowledge about the properties of the
network that it will be communicating on?
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