On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 10:44 AM, Wouter Schootwrote: > > > Im trying to get Asterisk to work dual-stack on Linux and Im left with > a question. > > Imagine that a user (on the road) connects to Asterisk from various > places. Many of them probably d..
Just saw this after we did the same upgrade… Take a look at the bug below (we first saw it in 1.8) – it has a work around that you can use…
Upgraded from 16.2.14 to 188.8.131.52 on Fedora 13, with aastra 9133i and 57i. On 9133i and 57i: ## works for a blind transfer. XferXfer doesnt! All this worked on 184.108.40.206. Nothing useful on cli, verbose 3, DEBUG. Here extension 169 answers an outside ca..
Has anyone here successfully built Asterisk systems based on generation 7 of the DL360 server, particularly with T1 cards? If so, I have a couple of questions: 1. Do the PS/2 mouse and keyboard ports have a real 8042 behind them, on IRQs 1 & 12, or ..
On one of our asterisk systems that is quite busy, we are seeing the
following from netstat -s:
17725210 packets received
36547 packets to unknown port received.
44017 packet receive errors
17101174 packets sent
everybody, I am trying to set up followme. As far as I understood from followme.conf multiple digits are allowed to be used for taking call. Currently call is accepted only if one digit is configured for takecall, e,g takecall=>5 Dont you know are th..
On 12/08/2010 02:48 PM, Alex Saavedra wrote: > Jonas, > > Ive been using H.264 and H.263+ with a few Grandstream GVX3140. When > using H.264 the image quality was better, and required bandwidth > appeared lower compared with H.263+. In fact H.264..
I see in sip debug it says Audio is at port 10342 Express Talk suggests Audio at UDP 8000-8020 Ive tried changing Express Talk to 10000 and forwarded 10000-10400. Is there a possibility Express Talk wont work in the 10000 range? Is it possible to li..