The maximum UDP port number that specifies the end of the usable UDP port range for the internal RTP stack. The telephony engine will use ports in the range of MinLocalRtpPort through (MaxLocalRtpPort-1) during normal operation. This value must be an even number and must minimally be set to a value of (MinLocalRtpPort + (2 * Number of supported phone lines)).
Each phone line that is instantiated by the telephony engine requires that two UDP ports be reserved. The first port is used to stream telephony audio data (the event port) and the second is reserved for future RTCP purposes (the odd port). Currently no media or control information passes through the odd port.

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


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

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