Lisa Bock reviews RTCP, a supporting protocol to RTP that passively gathers statistics. Reports are sent by all participants to provide control information and statistics and for an RTP flow.
- [Instructor] We know that Real-Time Transport Protocol…is a protocol for media with real-time characteristics.…However, we also need something to report…on the status of the streams.…Real-Time Control Protocol is a sister protocol…to Real-Time Transport Protocol,…that provides control information and statistics…for an RTP flow.…Now, RTP creates a session for each media stream.…
Real-Time Control Protocol controls the RTP session…by passively gathering statistics,…and reports information about each session.…Real-Time Control Protocol then provides feedback…on the quality of the data and characteristics…of the stream to the media source,…and other session participants,…in order to help localize network problems,…such as jitter.…All sites should use a common type,…such as Network Time Protocol,…or Global Positioning Satellite.…
This helps support synchronized media delivery…and jitter calculations.…Now there are reports that are sent by all participants.…Now this is whether it's a single participant,…or part of a massive multicast session.…
- Voice over IP (VoIP) and Unified Communications
- Digitizing a signal
- VoIP components
- Protocols used by VoIP, including TCP/IP and DHCP
- Connecting systems
- Gateways and gatekeepers
- Factors that might affect quality on a VoIP network
- Wireshark statistics
Skill Level Advanced
Wireshark: Advanced Tools and Techniqueswith Lisa Bock1h 49m Intermediate
Learning VoIP and Unified Communicationswith Lisa Bock1h 8m Intermediate
What you need to know4m 11s
1. VoIP Overview
3. Connecting Systems
4. Network Operations
5. Wireshark Statistics
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