[AG-TECH] Audio Diagnostic Question
dcpiper at indiana.edu
Mon Oct 17 09:19:59 CDT 2005
You forgot the favorite one:
* Hop on one leg, crossing your fingers and try and think 'good' thoughts :)
Didn't you see me try that the other day? ;)
John Langkals wrote:
> Hello AG Tech,
> What methods do you use to resolve audio issues before and during a live
> Access Grid event?
> Really how much can be done? What are some of the usual and more unusual
> issues you faced and how were you able to resolve them (or not)?
> * Things I can do before an event is test the audio and hope that the
> quality will remain.
> * If the audio is not that good, we can reboot local grid services; perform
> a trace route and/or multicast trace route seeking out bottleneck routers
> (including cache limiting issues) or firewalls. If firewalls are blocking
> audio traffic, what can be done besides requesting those ports being opened,
> which would be the best case?
> * I can double audio packets in RAT.
> This does not even begin to touch local audio and echo cancellation
> troubleshooting. I will be posting those questions in future emails ;)
> Thank you,
> John Langkals
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