This information is all listed in the embedded node information
document, on page 14, as clearly as I can explain it.
In your case, you want to reduce your IGAIN slider. Then run
aumix -S (capital S)
On 04/12/2011 6:33 AM, David wrote:
> I know most of you with probably think that this is a no-brainer, but I have not managed to find all the relevant information together in one place. As I am getting complaints from the Win system operators that audio from my node is too high, I need some guidance. Unfortunately, I don't have access to much if any test gear.
> Anyway, here goes.
> login as: root
> firstname.lastname@example.org's password:
> Linux 2.4.32-irlp.
> root@stn5918:/root# aumix
> aumix P+++++++++++O++++++++++++++++++++++ Vol
> Quit O+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Spkr
> Load R++++++++++++O+++++++++++++++++++++ Line
> Save PO+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Mic
> Keys PO+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CD
> Mute ++++++++++++O+++++++++++++++++++++ IGain
> Only P++++++++++++++++O+++++++++++++++++ Line1
> Undo +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++O Digital1
> P++++++++++++++++O+++++++++++++++++ PhoneIn
> P+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++O PhoneOut
> P+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++O Video
> 0 Level 100
> What does each slider control in terms of Rig-to-node, node-to-rig, node-to-internet, internet-to-node? Put another way, what is the function of each slider? Does the Vol slider affect all the others?
> Looking forward to any help you can give.
> 73 Dave G4CLI
> Dr David J Lockwood G4CLI