Tell me please
What does the error message mean:
2017-09-29 11:39:44 ERROR CEng: hd : COMM : argLen too large (2540) for callback structure (2200), funcIndex: 12 [12194096mshs ???
2017-09-29 11:39:44 ERROR CEng: hd : Session : argLen too large (2540) for callback structure (2200), funcIndex: 1 [12194096mshs ???
It is necessary to understand the reason for disabling the codec from the conference.
system.info.humanreadablemodel="RealPresence Group 500"
system.info.humanreadableversion="Release - 4.1.5-180072"
welcome back to the Polycom community.
Some or a couple of your old post(s) => here <= are still open / pending as you have not marked these as "Accept as a solution" or at least provided some form of feedback or answer.
If they are in this state nobody finding them via a community search will know if an answer or advice provided was useful and has maybe helped you.
Could you therefore kindly go over them and mark or answer as appropriate ?
If they are marked as "Accept as a solution" other users can find these easier and it helps them to utilise the community more efficiently.
For your new issue the Codec isn't using a currently supported software. We already made you aware of the importance to use a current software in your other post.
In additon what kind of call is this? H.323 / SIP / RMX ..?
We need much more information and in addition Logs are not intended to be used by users and can be misleading if they are attempted to be interperted.
Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.
Polycom Global Services
As a former Verizon Video Conferencing Support Engineer, endpoint/infrastructure logs were always important and critical to resolving issues. Granted, some of the logs were intended for the software developers, but using logs to troubleshoot issues helped us resolve our own issues without having to go to the vendor for support. A blanket statement that 'logs are not intended to be used by users' is just not right.
the statement should probably have been by End Users as in your line of work you have enough information to utilize these logs to troubleshoot an issue.
Most requests, like the above, did not provide any background under what circumstances these logs where created or what environment caused the issue.
In addition only posting a snippet may not be enough to diagnose what the actual issue is.
Without any detailed information we cannot simply look at what a user decided to post and therefore analyze their issues.
Polycom Global Services
can someone tell me what software you guys are using to get that kind of output from the GS logs?