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No audio or video on a VSX8000 to VSX8000 H.323 connection

When calling a VSX8000 unit from my VSX8000 (running software v.8.5.2) I connect just fine, stats look good, H.264 video, G.722.c.1 audio (the c.1 is new to me) with NO packet loss or jitter but I get a black screen and no audio. The other site receives the same from me. Is there a known issue? I could not find anything in the software release notes or on Polycom's support page.

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