1). RTCP 'Reported' and 'Observed' bytes may vary.
The 'Observed' value includes the IP Header, UDP header, RTP header, and the RTP payload in the calculation.
The 'Reported' value may, or may not, include the IP Header, UDP header, and/or the RTP header length(s) in the calculation
as defined by the sending device.
2). An incomplete TPKT was received.
The H.225 and H.245 signaling streams exchange, between peers, discrete units of information called transport
protocol data units (TPDUs). This protocol defines the TPDUs in discrete units called TPKTs. TPKTs use a simple
packetization scheme in order to delimit TPDUs. Each TPKT consists of two parts: a packet-header and a TPDU.
3). A FRAGMENTED packet was received.
Every packet-based network has an MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) size. The MTU is the size of the largest packet
which that network can transmit. Packets larger than the allowable MTU must be divided into multiple smaller packets,
or fragments, to enable them to traverse the network.
4). The OpenLogicalChannel did not specifiy a MEDIA IP address nor a PORT. This MEDIA IP:PORT combination was derived based
upon the CONTROL IP and PORT assignements.
5). 802.1q & 802.1p information (VLAN) are reported IF VLANs are reported in the capture file. Verify that the device that
created the capture file supports VLANs.