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Help me where's the problem

Help me where's the problem

Help me where's the problem

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hi! I can't really know whose the culprit why our announcement getting choppy. Here's the setup

We have GSM Gateway using h.323 protocol which has 4 ports all ports has sim cards. We set the outgoing channel to 1 so that the incoming will be 3 this is on IP Office side.

So we tried the 3 incoming call. Call the pilot number of GSM Gateway 3 times. And when we tried the 4th try the announcement is getting choppy really choppy and It should be busy because there's only 3 incoming in the IP Office. I don't know where we gonna figure this out. While the 3 incoming calls was engaged the call was very smooth so verified that this is not a network issue.

RE: Help me where's the problem

set the number of channels to 3 on the h323 trunk in ipo AND in the gsm gateway

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