No translator path exists for channel type DAHDI (native 76) to 256

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  • Danny Dias wrote:
    Have you contacted Sangoma?

    They provide EXCELLENT support, and should be contacted first

    John Novack

  • This has nothing to do with the card. Format 256 is G729, it looks to
    me you’re SIP phone is trying to place a call to the PSTN using G729,
    since the PSTN only supports alaw/ulaw (depending on the type of
    channel), you need to transcode the call, and you don’t have G729
    codec (you need to pay for it).

    Sangoma offers D100 card which can do the transcoding to G729 in
    Asterisk. But the easiest solution is to switch the codec in your
    softphone to ulaw/alaw or something that is supported natively by
    Asterisk without extra licensing required.

    Moises Silva
    Senior Software Engineer
    Sangoma Technologies Inc. | 100 Renfrew Drive, Suite 100, Markham ON
    L3R 9R6 Canada
    t. 1 905 474 1990 x128 | e.
    href=”mailto:moy@sangoma.com”>moy@sangoma.com