My network comprises of a 50MBbps down, 5MBps up (although it can be as slow as 2.3Mbps up) connection via a Motorola Surfboard SB6120. That is connected to a D-Link DIR-655 and that is connected to the Obi110. I am using the latest Obi110 firmware (downloaded last night). I am using GoogleVoice on SP1 (setup as the "Primary Line") and a PTSN connection as well.
I have noticed outbound SP1 calls generally have been choppy tonight. Inbound seems good.
No computer on the network is on except this and it is NOT doing really much traffic.
I have seen Ron's post on:http://www.obitalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=2203.0
1. Dial *** 0
2. Enter option 27 and press #
3. Press 1 to set a new value
4. Enter a value of 1 and press #
5. Press 1 to confirm/save
6. Hang up
7. Wait for the OBi to reboot
but I wanted to know what this does before I even try it.
Here is a test I just ran to see if this is a problem with Google Voice itself or it is an issue with the Obi110-initiated-call through the SP1 port (Google Voice).
I dialed **8 followed by my GV#
When GV picks up, I dial 2 to place a call to my test destination's phone no. (happens to be a voicemail system)
When the call is connected, the outbound audio this time is really good; no choppiness at all
This proves the outbound audio quality issue lies with the Obi110-initiated-call through the SP1 port.Any advice how to proceed on clearing up the outbound audio quality?