Thanks. I'll give PCMU a try and see how it goes. Honestly, I'm not
looking for much. I'm just about completely happy with ILBC and
G.722 at 8000.
iLBC is one of the CODEC that have the upmost MOS with PCMA/U.
It's about telephone quality and that's
tolorerable. I suppose the only reason I want more data is for the
call to be less effected by dropped or lost packets. With ILBC,
I'm having a lot of breaks in the audio that I wasn't having with
the higher rate codecs.
This isn't normal: iLBC has been designed especially to cope (very)
well with packet loss - in fact, it is ZE CODEC for packet loss, any
other can't take the comparison when you lose packets.
So, either there's a glitch in Jitsi implementation or may be a CPU
hunger: on my old C-2.0GHz it eats the whole CPU and voice's choppy
whatever the CODEC; or the quality of your line isn't good enough
(throughput is not the only point, latency and linearity in debit
are important too <= some providers apply (hard) traffic shaping that
kills VoIP, especially in france).
As to the VPN or Jabber server, I've looked at setting up a private
Jabber server. That seems most secure and, since I believe Jabber
is federated, shouldn't present much of a problem for non-local
Use ejabberd, doc's scattered, but it is able to handle many users
with very low ressource.
On Tue, 29 May 2012 03:07:47 -0500 Anthony Papillion <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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