I am trying to setup a transcoding session using DIM APIs between TDM and IP end points. Though i have gone through the DIM API manuals of the high density gateway, I could not find out in which API the IP and UDP port for local and remote peer for RTP communication are provided to the DSP.
Can someone point out where should i look for this information?
Deepak,I am not able to understand the question. Can you please help to get specific details like
Which TI processor/device you are referring?Which TI SW deliverables are you referring?
Thanks for the response.
I am talking about the High Density Gateway — Release 12.1.1 document set. The specific section is "Host Processor-to-DSP Messages" for TMS320TCI6486.
As we will be using the DIM APIs for codec configuration to handle IP to TDM calls, we need to specify the RTP IP and UDP port address for both DSP and the remote peer apart from configuring the TDM channel.
To enable RTP communication on the packet side, how do I specify the codec about the IP and UDP Port number information for both codec side and packet network side where RTP packets will be exchanged.
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Quickly here: With the high density gatewy product rlease, you should have received a developer guide; That guide show you a sample call flow that includes DIM and XDP APis to be use for a call setup. In particular, XDP APIs are available to proviude packet header configuration that you are looking.
Thanks for providing relevant information. For any other queries i will contact the support group as have been indicated but even for this time I got the right pointer and resolved my problem.
Your help is really appreciated.
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