I have a customer with an IP 550 phone. Whenever they are on a call, speech is chopped, pieces missing etc. The internet connection is perfect, symetrical 50 meg. voip quality tests always an A rating. When they use a softphone, the call is perfect.
The only difference between the office environment where the phone appears to work properly and the home where the problem exists is that the customer is daisy chaining their computer through the phone. Is this an issue?
This issue has turned into a finger pointing session between the SIP switch provider and the ISP with the client caught in the middle, In the spirit of full disclosure, I represent the ISP.
You would need something like wireshark to compare the call made by the softphone to the call made by the Polycom unit.
It may be something as simple as the codec that is being used.
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