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Interoperability is the ability of computer systems or software to exchange information and to be able to use the information that has been exchanged.
For example, when deploying a SIP trunk, information must be exchanged between the SIP trunking service provider or ITSP offering the SIP trunk service, the IP-PBX, and the Mediatrix device located on the edge of the network. If the information cannot be understood, processed and exchanged by every component, customers will experience interoperability issues that can translate into:
This parameter has no effect on the TLS client authentication when the unit is acting as a TLS server. Refer to the Interop.TlsClientAuthenticationEnable parameter in the Reference Guide published on the Media5 documentation portal.
Do not enable this feature unless the server supports early RTP (or early media). Failing so prevents any ringing to be heard for outgoing calls.
|Media negotiation problems because the Mediatrix unit sends a BYE after receiving a 200 OK.||Set the Enforce Offer Answer Model value to Disable and the value to Enable.|
|No ringing is heard for outgoing calls||The Early RTP feature was enabled (SipEp.InteropListenForEarlyRtpEnable) although the server does not support early RTP (or early media).|
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