Hi all and thanks for reading.
I am experiencing a frustrating issue with asterisk where on some
calls the volume suddenly drops to inaudible o completely fades away
for a time. If you hold on long enough (20 to 30 seconds) the sound
will come back. My asterisk server is on a public IP, and basically acts as a VoIP
bridge receiving calls from my customers (all of whom use Grandstream
GXW400X gateways on public IP's, no NAT) and sending them to different
SIP providers. I am proxying the RTP stream through the server
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Cary Fitch
Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2011 11:23 AM
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Subject: [asterisk-users] Caller ID We do not get caller ID (name) on our telco lines. However we have a few single line extensions with consumer type handsets
that ring at odd hours with "Asterisk" before the phone is picked up, and
"Out of Area" after it is picked up. I have read that "Asterisk" is what is reported by Asterisk for 0 length
caller ID number. But since…
i have asterisk installed in our call centre i have configured the snom
phone 320 and 370 with in sip.conf and dialplan.com and extenssion.com i have just one question how can i do in order to record all the calls
automatically in our server Thanks and regards
Hello I couldn't find information about what "wink" is in zapata.conf: www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+config+zapata.conf#TimingParameters Does someone know what it is, and how it differs from flash? Thank you.