For each address binding you can individually define which codec the Media Server prefers for connections.
Media Server is used under Telephony Application Server.
Adequate administrative permissions
Parent topic: Configuration Concept of the Media Server
- On the Operation & Maintenance navigation tab, click on the Configuration & Monitoring navigation menu item.
- In the navigation tree, click on System Status -> Applications.
- In the list entry of the Telephony Application Server click on to open the action menu of Telephony Application Server. to open the action menu of Telephony Application Server.
- Select Media Server configuration action menu.
A list displays all Media servers available in the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony system environment.
- In the list select the Media Server link that you want to configure.
The configuration dialog of the selected Media Server opens.
- In the configuration dialog switch to the Address Binding tab.
- In the address bindings list select the binding for which you want to define the codec setting.
The configuration dialog for the relevant address binding opens.
- Select under Preferred codec the codec to be preferred by the address binding for the communication.
Selecting a codec that causes increased computing time reduces the number of channels that the Media Server supports in parallel.
Standard Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) with A-Law for dynamic compression. Is mostly used in Europe.
Standard Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) with µ-Law for dynamic compression. Is mostly used in North America and Japan.
Compressed voice transmission with speech pause suppression.
Standard Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) without dynamic compression.
The codecs are prioritized in the following order: G.711µ, G.711A, G.729.
- Select Save to copy the settings.