tn2302ap_v105_hw11-sig.bin (1.1 MB)
TN2302AP Firmware Vintage 105 (for Hardware Vintage 11 and greater) provides the following customer impacting fixes and enhancements since firmware vintage 104. Some features are release dependent.
Previously, heavy traffic on a board could cause a DSP to become overloaded, resulting in talk-path corruption. This DSP resource allocation issue has been corrected.
A problem was introduced in TN2302AP HW11+ V102 and MM760/VoIP V52 that could result in bad audio, maintenance test 1380 (TDM/NIC loopback test) failure, and in the most extreme case, DSP insanity. This problem was related to RTCP reporting. This problem is fixed in F105.
Previously, VMON could have miscalculated packet loss resulting in an incorrectly reported 100% packet loss.
Sivaprakash (DG Staff Member) on 17-Jan-2006
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