Re: [Ekiga-list] echo test not clear

This is defined by the SIP server, one can use any recorded messages one
likes, chooses English.

It is also possible to have differing messages played depending on
characteristics of a call, for example a calling number, user keypress,

One simply configures the dialplan to play a recorded filename.

the recorded filename could contain any desired audio. some companies
offer pre-recorded messages in almost any language.

When I listen to that same message, the 1st words are not cut off, so it
may be you need to check round-trip time, frame loss, and jitter.

try disabling echo cancellation and silence detect in Ekiga GUI.

Best regards,

On 12/23/2010 01:31 AM, Eugen Dedu wrote:
> On 23/12/10 00:06, Giorgio TOMBOLA wrote:
>> I'm trying to use Ekiga and I would check my audio that's not working. I
>> called */500 ekiga net/* and listen the message but I can't understand
>> what I have to do.
> It is an echo; you say something and you receive back your voice, thus
> you can check if ekiga is working correctly.
>> Please can you send me the whole text of the message ?
>> Is it possible to record again the message to make it clear for any
>> user, non english spoken people included?
> I think this is given by asterisk, not ekiga.
>> This is what I understand. As you can see I miss the most important part
>> of the message.
>> ... that you're entering echo test.
>> In this mode everything you'll say will be repeated that you just
>> ??1111?? ??2222?? received.
>> The purpose of this test is to give you an audible sense of the latency
>> between you and the machine that's running the echo test application.
>> You may end the test by any ??333?? or pressing the ??444?? key
> See for
> the message.

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