Asterisk is able to handle video calls in the core infrastructure. Under the hood, what we really have is one (1) video and one (1) audio stream in the same call. There are channel drivers and applications that support video, but not all. The following file formats and video codecs are supported by Asterisk . Keep in mind that no video transcoding will happen and you must get sure that both ends are able to support the given video format. Codec Format
Asterisk gurus.... I just installed asterisk 22.214.171.124 along with FreePBX on a fairly small
VPS (512mb standard, 512mb "burst"). I note that the asterisk process
is using about 209mb of memory just doing nothing (not configured to do
anything yet) In contrast to this, my 126.96.36.199 installation from a little over a year
ago uses only 40mb and it's fully configured and running with about 4
months of uptime (2 trunks, 4 channels, 3 DIDs, and 4 extensions.) Any ideas on how I can get the memory consumption down on my new
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Subject: [asterisk-users] Find media and sip endpoints IP address durring"h"
extension How can I get the media and sip endpoints IP address durring "h" extension? I need to write these to my CEL logs. Any ideas? Thanks
Bryant Possibly from the SIP headers. Probably have to capture this information
before the hangup occurs (DeadAGI might be able to extract this).