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    No, I don't think so (about 90% probability it is...

    No, I don't think so (about 90% probability it is not the reason).. There should be another reason, unless there are bugs in RTP processing of Linksys phone or ITSP...

    I hope my answer will not...
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    This is happening because your Linksys SPA922...

    This is happening because your Linksys SPA922 phone is announcing a 30msec packetisation interval (probably you configured that to behave that way :) ).

    The ITSP accepts the call but announces 20...
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    Aaron, I see you opened a ticket with that...

    Aaron, I see you opened a ticket with that capture (the logs). In the logs I can see a normal call and aslo your comment saying "**** Call at 11:23 am CST****", as well as mail comment "New capture...
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    Actually if that happens often, it should be easy...

    Actually if that happens often, it should be easy to capture the logs of the dropped call.
    The logs you have sent were downloaded a bit too late (about an hour after the problem time you indicated...
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    Well, in that case we need to undetstand what do...

    Well, in that case we need to undetstand what do they mean saying "dropped". Do they suddennly lose audio, but the call seem to be active on the phone, or the call disconnects and they get dialtone...
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    Ok, I have revewed those logs, and the reason...

    Ok, I have revewed those logs, and the reason turned to be simple - such statistics appears on the calls, which were hold then unholded during the conversation.. There is a small bug in the call...
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    There are at least two strange things in those...

    There are at least two strange things in those stats:
    1. Why the packets size is asymmetric (actually that could happen if the phone is configured to use 30 msec packetisation interval instead of...
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