The G.726 Payload Type Number is the RTP Payload Type Number that indicates the transmitted packet is using the G.726 CODEC. Other popular CODECs have a preassigned payload number that you don't have to set, but G.726 does not. The entry must be in the dynamic payload number range of 96-127, but there is normally no reason to change from the default entry of 96. Click here for a list of the RTP Payload Type assignments. The Payload Type Number assignment should be the same for both ends of the call.
|96-127||Payload Type Numbers 96-127. [Default] = 96.|