Raised when an RTCP packet is received.
ChannelState- A numeric code for the channel's current state, related to ChannelStateDesc
Linkedid- Uniqueid of the oldest channel associated with this channel.
SSRC- The SSRC identifier for the remote system
PT- The type of packet for this RTCP report.
From- The address the report was received from.
RTT- Calculated Round-Trip Time in seconds
ReportCount- The number of reports that were received.
The report count determines the number of ReportX headers in the message. The X for each set of report headers will range from 0 to
ReportCount - 1.
SentNTP- The time the sender generated the report. Only valid when PT is
SentRTP- The sender's last RTP timestamp. Only valid when PT is
SentPackets- The number of packets the sender has sent. Only valid when PT is
SentOctets- The number of bytes the sender has sent. Only valid when PT is
ReportXSourceSSRC- The SSRC for the source of this report block.
ReportXFractionLost- The fraction of RTP data packets from
ReportXSourceSSRClost since the previous SR or RR report was sent.
ReportXCumulativeLost- The total number of RTP data packets from
ReportXSourceSSRClost since the beginning of reception.
ReportXHighestSequence- The highest sequence number received in an RTP data packet from
ReportXSequenceNumberCycles- The number of sequence number cycles seen for the RTP data received from
ReportXIAJitter- An estimate of the statistical variance of the RTP data packet interarrival time, measured in timestamp units.
ReportXLSR- The last SR timestamp received from
ReportXSourceSSRC. If no SR has been received from
ReportXSourceSSRC, then 0.
ReportXDLSR- The delay, expressed in units of 1/65536 seconds, between receiving the last SR packet from
ReportXSourceSSRCand sending this report.
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