[olug] Voip in CyanogenMod 7.1 audio delay. . .
Christopher R. White
slaeyer at gmail.com
Sat Aug 6 23:10:18 UTC 2011
I put cyanogenMod on my hacked Droid, it has built-in Voip support. I
paired my Google voice number to an acct with sipgate and followed along.
Testing originally happened on a cable modem network with a dd-wrt router
but we went to a church a friend admins and hooked into their Voip network
(they got a bunch of cisco wifi voip phones) and still i get the lag. . .
I've called traditional phones, cell phones, Voip phones, even a magic Jack
and still the lag persists. . .
On Aug 5, 2011 1:55 PM, "Shawn L. Djernes" <shawn at djernes.org> wrote:
> First Question, What type of internet connection are you using when you
are testing? What is the latency between you and the server?
> You mention this cyanogenMod and then a hardware box. How were you running
it the first time?
> By VoIP do you only mean Google Voice or are you trying to use a SIP
> On Aug 5, 2011, at 10:45 AM, Christopher R. White wrote:
>> Hi guys, Chris from Ktown,
>> I've been using Voip in cyanogenMod 7.1 RC1 for awhile and I've noticed
>> significant audio delays.
>> I've forwarded all ports through my router, etc. yet they persist. . .
>> My Google-Fuu brings up a few threads on the issue but no answers. . .
>> confirmed the issue by calling to normal telcos, a hardware box on the
>> network, and an echo call that while audio out is fine, there's a delay
>> 1/2 to 1 second for inbound for all calls.
>> Any ideas?
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