Fixed issues

  • When you dial in to a Pexip Infinity conferencing device using the HDX RealTime Optimization Pack installed as an endpoint, attempts to establish a video or an audio call might fail. [LC9037]

  • The HDX RealTime Media Engine might cause a delay in sending RTCP packets. This delay affects video performance. [LC9338]

  • The HDX RealTime Optimization Pack is installed. If User1 and User2 establish a video call and escalate it to a conference call, the Skype for Business client might become unresponsive. [LC9714]

  • The HDX RealTime Optimization Pack is installed. If User1 and User2 establish a video call using the Cisco Meeting Server (CMS), the video might become distorted. [LC9744]

  • Start Skype for Business in the HDX RealTime Optimization Pack optimized mode. The NumLock status on the USB ten keyboard that is connected to the user device might turn to OFF. [LC9786]

  • The HDX RealTime Optimization Pack is installed and optimized and a video call is established from Skype for Business between User1 and User2. When many processes are running on the VDA, the Skype for Business user interface might become unresponsive. [LC9845]

  • The speakers are set as the default at the endpoint. This setting is different than the device selected in the Audio Device Settings in the Skype for Business user interface. When a call is established, the volume might drop to zero. [LC9887]

  • The HDX RealTime Optimization Pack is installed. If User1 on a Mac initiates a video call to a Microsoft Windows (User2) machine and escalates to a conference call, there can be issues with the video. [LC9956]

  • After you disable RealTime Media Engine logging, as described in Configure features, the disabling feature might fail to work and the logging continues. [LD0045]

  • When a call is established from an HP 4120 IP phone that is connected to a Microsoft Windows endpoint through a USB device, the phone shows an active audio stream from the computer, as expected. After the call is disconnected, the audio connection is shown as active even though the user has not initiated audio capture or playback. [LD0331]

Fixed issues

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