… attributes of multiple audio codecs in the offer
m=video 16446 RTP/AVP 98 99
For this endpoint – the maximum media stream bandwidths that can be received :
= 6 Mbps for all voice and video streams including UDP and IP headers (AS session bandwidth)
= 64kbps for voice RTP traffic – not including UDP and IP headers (TIAS audio)
= 6 Mbps for video RTP traffic – not including UDP and IP headers (TIAS video)
CUCM uses the following logic to communicate bandwidth modifiers to endpoints:
When generating an Early Offer or Re-Invite, CUCM uses the session modifier(s) type based on the configuration of the SIP Profile > SDP Session-Level Modifier for Early Invite and Re-invites (TIAS, AS, both)
When generating an Answer, CUCM uses the same session modifier(s) type received in the initial offer
When generating an Answer, Early Offer or Re-invite, CUCM uses the same bandwidth value for all session modifiers types
CUCM will use the following rules to select the video bandwidth to be used during the call and communicated to endpoints in bandwidth modifiers:
When CUCM receives an Offer or Answer from an endpoint, it checks whether there is a session level bandwidth modifier in the SDP:
If there is a session level bandwidth modifier, CUCM retrieves the bandwidth value from the modifier. If there is more than one modifier type, it retrieves the modifier in the following order of preference: Transport Independent Application Specific (TIAS), Application Specific (AS), Conference Total (CT).
If there is no session level bandwidth modifier, CUCM retrieves the bandwidth value from the sum of the media level bandwidth modifiers (e.g audio + video + bfcp video + fecc video).
The allocated bandwidth is the maximum of what the two endpoints support. If the maximum bandwidth is higher than Region Bandwidth, CUCM will replace the advertised value to the endpoints with the value in the region and the allocated bandwidth will be the region bandwidth. If the maximum advertised bandwidth is lower than region bandwidth, CUCM will use the maximum advertised bandwidth.
The selected bandwidth (whether region based or endpoint based) will be evaluated against E-LCAC. If the bandwidth (audio + video) is available, it will be deducted from the location and the call will proceed. Else, the call will be dropped, retried as audio or AAR depending on the configuration
In CME, bandwidth modifier can be changed using the command 'voice-class sipbandwidth video tias-modifierbandwidth value [ negotiateend-to-end]'
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