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Any voice changer applications for Asterisk?

On 02/06/2011 05:39 AM, Bruce B wrote:
> Hello,
> Are there any other other voice changer applications to Asterisk other
> than the one from Lobstertech? (http://lobstertech.com/voice_changer.html)
> Specifically interested in open-source but can have a look at
> economical commercial alternatives as well.
It might help if you explained the kind of change you would like to
make, which the lobstertech module doesn’t offer.


Callback through extensions.conf?


I’d like to configure Asterisk so that…
1. I ring it from my cellphone with CID number displayed, just to
notify Asterisk that I wish to make a call
2. Asterisk waits until I hang up, calls me back, and prompts me for
the number I wish to call
3. Asterisk puts me on hold through Flash(), which is apparently the
equivalent of hitting the R key on European handsets
4. Asterisk calls the number, and once the remote party has answered,
bridges the two channels

Ideally, I’d like to do this entirely through extensions.conf, and
avoid callling an AGI script or having to add Konference: This is an
appliance, so RAM isn’t plentiful, it runs uClinux instead of
run-of-the-mill Linux, and I would like to avoid having to patch

I’ve seen articles about Call files. Is this the easiest way to solve
this problem?

Thank you for any help.

Zaptel slow to detect remote hangup


I hooked up an Asterisk appliance to an analog phone line, and I
notice the phones keeps ringing twice after the remote caller has hung

/etc/zaptel.conf has the right country parameter set.
/etc/asterisk/indications.conf has locale information, but it’s
apparently used by the pbx_indications module.

Is there a way to tel Zaptel detect this type of event faster?

Thank you.