This value will allow application programs to specify the maximum number of bytes that can be transmitted and received in any RTP UDP data packet. This byte count includes RTP header and media payload data. Primarily used when application software encodes transmitted RTP data and as the result of the encoding process, generates RTP UDP packets that are larger than normal RTP media packets.

In addition: If an application encodes/decodes RTP media packets, the value specified by this parameter determines the maximum RTP buffer size of the RTP packets that are sent to the application.

Under normal situations, application software should set this value to zero. In this case, the media engine will determine the appropriate RTP media buffer requirements.

Namespace:  LanScape
Assembly:  LMEVoipManaged (in LMEVoipManaged.dll) Version: 6.0.5226.26700


public int MaxRtpPacketLength
Visual Basic (Declaration)
Public MaxRtpPacketLength As Integer
Visual C++
int MaxRtpPacketLength
public int MaxRtpPacketLength

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