I have been looking at Asterisk SCF http://www.asterisk.org/asterisk/scf,
but its not yet production ready. Can someone please pitch in about HA
feature in Asterisk ?
(HA -> High Availability.) Also, What would be the pros and cons of using
AsteriskNow over Asterisk ? Are the versions same in Asterisk and
AsteriskNow ? We have been evaluating Asterisk for our Voice Application and
it seems it would fit the requirement. Is Asterisk a CPU Intensive or a
Memory Intensive application. Please suggest/guide. Regards, Kaushal
Try to look in 'sip set debug peer user4444'.
On 29.04.2011 18:10, Mike wrote:
> I have been getting reports phones ringing only a tiny moment and then
> going to voicemail. CLI output shows:
> -- SIP/user4444-0006fcdd is ringing
> -- Got SIP response 400 "Bad Request" back from 220.127.116.11
> -- SIP/user4444-0006fcdd is circuit-busy
> == Everyone is busy/congested at this time (1:0/1/0)
> Which does explain it. How can I find the root…
Yes I have it there, here the content of the file:
i think the code is buggy,
here is a comment from the function which generated the error
(ast_odbc_smart_execute in res_odbc.c line 155 ) /* This is a really bad method of trying to correct a dead connection. It
* only ever really worked with MySQL. It will not work with any other
* database, since most databases prepare their statements on the server,
* and if you disconnect, you invalidate the statement handle. Hence, if
* you disconnect, you're going to fail anyway, whether…
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On 29/04/11 11:26, Matt Riddell wrote:
> On 29/04/11 11:19 AM, Jan Bakuwel wrote:
>> I'm about to deliver a production system based on Debian Squeeze and
>> Asterisk 18.104.22.168-2+squeeze1 from the Debian repositories. Asterisk 1.8
>> packages for Debian& Ubuntu are available from packages.asterisk.org.
>> Observing some recent discussions on this list, it seems that 1.8 might
>> not yet be ready for production use. Would whoever kindly makes the
>> Asterisk 1.8 packages available also consider doing that for 1.6
I have a client that wants me to replace their existing H323
gateway. I am able to get ooh323 and h323 to work fine in a native
environment, but the whole thing goes to heck when I have to cross networks.
Gnugk seems to be the answer to this, but I can't seem to get it to work
right. Any ideas? Thanks
I used succesfully huawei E1550
On 24 April 2011 16:45, Dovid Bender
> I am looking to "play around" with chan_datacard. Any advice on the "best"
> device to test with (that I can find on eBay) ?
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> How can I introduce some distortion, echo, chopping sound and all other bad
> quality things that can happen to a SIP trunk? I have plenty of bandwidth
> and crisp clear lines so the only thing that I can think of is to limit
> bandwidth but even that requires quite some scripting work.
> Is there any easy way to simulate a distorted SIP line temporarily for
> I am appreciate experienced…