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Hi I've received a trace that has RTP Packets which are 96 bytes.

eg: Frame 34: 214 bytes on wire (1712 bits), 96 bytes captured (768 bits)

Can anyone advise how I can decode these packets, so I can listen to the stream.

Thanks

asked 09 Dec '13, 03:50

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This just won't work... You've got no payload in your RTP packets.

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answered 09 Dec '13, 09:27

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