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I have a setup with 5 remote offices, each having a Asterisk PBX.
I then have a central office, also with an Asterisk PBX.
The remote offices have 2 links to the central office, a large link,
and a smaller, but more reliable link.
Unfortunately, using IAX is not an option for me.
Can I use 2 SIP Trunks from each remote offices to the central site
and permit 2 simultaneous calls across the SIP trunk that passes over
the smaller line, and permit 10 simultaneous calls across the larger
How can I take advantage of a high-bandwidth CODEC, like G.722, for
internal communications at my site, but use G.711 (alaw/ulaw) for all
other outgoing calls? I need G.711 to support Inband DTMF signaling. As my site has multiple locations that are tied together with IAX
trunks, I was hoping that it would be possible to specify alaw and
ulaw as the first two CODEC choices for the SIP phones, as well as in
their sip.conf configurations, but that I could use the IAX trunks
(with bandwidth=high) to force the phones to…
I want to ask if its possible to make calls using one SIP account,
The problem is like this : I have an iPhone app and I want all my users to call the same extension which is virtual extension to my call center,
so the iPhone app will be using the same SIP account for all users
lets say for example:
iPhone users uses 6000@mydomain to call 9000@my domain(which is the call center)
Now My question is about the iPhone user part... Does the Asterisk 1.8 support that all my iPhone…
When the call coming via the E1 dahdi and I handle the call (as first step) by exten => 5631040,1,Goto(OrangeCMG,s,1) it is not working and the call will be disconnected instead of queued.
But, when I handle the call (as first step) by playing any sound file and then send for the queue, then it is working fine, WHY?
exten => 5631040,1,Playback(WelcomeMessage)
exten => 5631040,2,Goto(OrangeCMG,s,1)
So how I can overcome this? Regards
In general, gateways don't register. They are simply defined as a peer and calls are routed to them in the dialplan. When I do this I usually use the local channel to get to the
dialing contexts. Get in touch if you need a more detailed example Bruce Ferrell On 11/14/2011 10:01 PM, Amar Akshat wrote:
> I have a testing scenario at hand. I want to make a call from Asterisk
> CLI or AMI to an external network gateway. Is this possible.
> Let me explain the use case.