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Early audio (long distance codes) not working after upgrading to 1.8?

Hello,

We recently upgraded to Asterisk 1.8/DAHDI 2.4/WANPipe 3.5.16. This system is connected to a PRI where the provider requires long distance codes. Normally, you dial, see progress and hear a tone (call is still “unanswered” at this point), enter your code, and it starts ringing as a normal call. Since upgrading, we aren’t getting the tone anymore and aren’t able to enter any digits at the “right place”. The only workaround we’ve seen is to use something like below (which works).

Does anyone know what changed between 1.4 and 1.8 in regards to early audio (both hearing it and interacting with it)?

exten => _1NXXNXXXXXX#XXXX,1,Dial(Local/ld${EXTEN:0:11}@trunk-ld,,D(ww${EXTEN:-4})) ; Dial the access extension
exten => _1NXXNXXXXXX#XXXX,n,Hangup

exten => _ld.,1,Answer
exten => _ld.,n,Dial(${PSTN_TRUNK}/${EXTEN:2},90)
exten => _ld.,n,Hangup

-Jon

cisco 7970 multiple lines with asterisk

Hi I have a problem that I can’t pass.

I have asterisk and cisco 7970 phones with 8.0.3 sip firmware.
I registered two extensions:

Line1: 260
Line2: 160

Regardless of which extension I call, always Line 1 on cisco is blinking.
This makes impossible to recognize which extension is calling.
Also, I’ve set Line 2 to be automatically answered with speaker phone
(intercom). Even though I call extension 160 from Line 2 it is never
automatically answered.

Can anybody help me with this issue? I’ve been searching Internet to find
clue on what I do wrong for few days. No success.
Anybody had problem like this?
Any hint would be appreciated.

Peter

SIP Extensions and loss of Internet connection

Hi all!

A few days I have problems connecting to the Internet on my house and
since then my local SIP extensions are no longer registered against the
local Asterisk server.

I’m using Asterisk 1.4.24.1. I was researching on the Internet and I
found that it can be related to a bug of chan_sip, can it be? In this
case, is there a possible workaround?

Thanks in advance for your reply.

Regards,
Daniel

DAHDI phantom pickup when ringing

Hi,

I’ve been experiencing trouble with my DAHDI channels for some time and have
finally decided to try and resolve the issue.

Essentially, the problem I am having is that when a call comes in, and my
DAHDI phones therefore ring, Asterisk thinks that one of the handsets has
picked up to answer the incoming call – whereas in actual fact it is still
on hook. The call then gets instantly dropped (the phone is on-hook, after
all), and the caller has to redial.

Sample log (this is an incoming call from SIP/5555, that was “phantom
answered” by DAHDI/7. There is no time delay between the ‘answered’ line and
the ‘hungup’ line):

How to configure a Linksys PAP2T ATA to connect an analog fax machine to Asterisk

I was having problems getting a Linksys PAP2T-NA to work with Pitney Bowes mailing station so it could use its modem to dial home and download postage/software updates. After scowering the web, I couldn’t seem to find a definite how to article on what settings were needed. I finally came up some settings by combining the information from various places around the ‘net. I have typed out those settings and included them below.

I was using a Linksys PAP2T-NA with firmware version 3.1.15(LS), but I would assume that these settings would be similar on the Sipura SPA-1001, and the Linksys PAP2, SPA2102, SPA3102.

Settings that have an asterisk (*) before them seem to be particularly important, so please make to pay attention to them.

SIP (tab):

RTP Paremeters” section:

*RTP Packet Size: 0.020 (or 0.010)

 

Line (tab):

Network Settings” section:

*Network Jitter Buffer: very high (or extremely high)
Jitter Buffer Adjustment: disable

 

Supplementary Service Subscription” section:

*Call Waiting Serv: no
Block ANC Serv: no
Cfwd All Serv: no
Cfwd No Ans Serv: no
Cfwd Last Serv: no
Accept Last Serv: no

Call Return Serv: no
*Three Way Call Serv: no

Speed Dial Serv: no

Service Announcement Serv: no
Block CID Serv: no

Cfwd Busy Serv: no
Cfwd Sel Serv: no
Block Last Serv: no
DND Serv: no

Call Back Serv: no

Secure Call Serv: no

 

Audio Configuration” section:

Preferred Codec: G711a (or G711u)
Use Pref Codec Only: yes

FAX Codec Symmetric: yes

Hook Flash Tx Method: None

*Silence Supp: No
Silence Threshold: medium
*Echo Canc Enable: No
Echo Canc Adapt Enable: no
Echo Supp Enable: no
FAX CED Detect Enable: yes
FAX CNG Detect Enable: yes
FAX Passthru Codec: G711a
FAX Passthru Method: NSE
FAX Process NES: yes
FAX Disable ECAN: yes

 

 

Please help me in configuring asterisk for the scenario

Hi All

Please help me in configuring asterisk for the below scenario:

I want to make calls to some mobile users then
My query is simple, my agent attends an incoming call from Queue and I
want my agent to play a recording and request the user to input 4 digit
input from his keypad and that input be recorded somewhere.

Now I want to know technically if thats possible or not with asterisk? If
its possible than how?

Regards,

Abeer
When Mobile user attends an incoming call from asterisk then I want to play
a recorded voice
and then I want to get four digit request by following voice instructions
from the user mobile keypad and that input can be stored.

I want to know technically whether this scenario is possible or not with
asterisk?
If it is possible then please let me know how?

Regards,
Akira

My query is simple, my agent attends an incoming call from Queue and I
want my agent to play a recording and request the user to input 4 digit
input from his keypad and that input be recorded somewhere.

Now I want to know technically if thats possible or not with asterisk? If
its possible than how?

Regards,

Abeer
My query is simple, my agent attends an incoming call from Queue and I
want my agent to play a recording and request the user to input 4 digit
input from his keypad and that input be recorded somewhere.

Now I want to know technically if thats possible or not with asterisk? If
its possible than how?

Regards,

Abeer