I'm running Asterisk C.3.7.2 and DAHDI 220.127.116.11
No changes in hardware since last April and asterisk version since last summer. Since last Friday one of the call centers I support has been complaining of lagged audio, dropped calls, and "two calls at once". Now I run 5 call centers off a single ABE installation and have never had only a single site have isolated problems like this. The only piece of the equation which is different from the other sites is the use of Digium TCE400P transcoder cards. Since last Friday, these two diagnostic messages came over the…
I've been tasked with finding and implementing a CDR/Queue analyzer to provide information to management about the call center's performance. My Google-fu seems to be returning a lot of things that are more or less abandoned projects. Does anyone have any recommended solutions for a CentOS 6 / Asterisk 10 "vanilla" server? Not opposed to something commercial, provided it actually works and isn't a disaster to set up.
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The Sangoma BRI/Hybrid cards (A500 + B700) are now supported via DAHDI Security Fixes:
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Hi, We heavily use meetme/SLA functionality in Asterisk, and continuously run into issues with dahdi timing. The two errors we get are: ERROR res_timing_dahdi.c: Failed to configure DAHDI timing fd for 0 sample timer ticks WARNING app_meetme.c: Unable to write frame to channel
Right now, dahdi in our setup uses the software timer (with res_timing_dahdi.so which gives much better results compared to res_timing_timerfd.so). On an idle system (Centos 6, Asterisk 1.8.7, dahdi 2.5), dahdi_test results are pretty good at about %99.99. However, when loaded, the numbers fluctuate between %99.90 and %99.99 which seem to cause the…