We are Broadvoice users some years ago, using Unlimited World PLUS
product that seems reasonably acceptable. The problem is that we review Broadvoice config updates a lot of times
to make our changes, but they are adding a lot of new countries to the
flat rate (which is what alone is all that you want to use to avoid
overruns), but the instructions installation are not updated on their
website. http://www.broadvoice.com/support_install_asterisk.html It seems that they do in order to use the destinations to which there is
no flat rate billing…
I suggest you put in dtmfmode=auto (so rfc2833 / inband ) can be selected
dynamically. Wanted to check with the community if this feature holds true on latest
versions of Asterisk ? Regards,
Chief Architech & Founder,
Enterux Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
110 Reena Complex, Opp. Nathani Steel,
Vidyavihar (W), Mumbai - 400 086. India
On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 10:11 PM, Ing CIP. Alejandro Celi
sorry if this is a silly question. My recharge application uses * digits if the subscriber wants to send
some aditional information to speed up a process, dialing something
On my old ss7 network works great, but on my new ngn/sip i think it's
not possible because somewhere the call is rejected.
-On the NGN/Ericsson side engineer say that the call whas deliverd.
-On the asterisk side there is no invite shown on debug.
Can sip one or more * signs in a dial?
At the moment, I'm mostly using a "Day/Night toggle" button to let
users deal with week-ends, holidays and opening hours.
As Asterisk 1.8 introduces Calendar capabilities, I'm wondering if
better alternatives now exist. Is it possible, safe, reliable and easy to refer from Asterisk to a
public calendar resource listing holidays, for a given country ?
Should you instead refer to a private resource, to avoid depending on
an externaly managed resource ? If you go this way, which tools would
you recommend to build and update a private calendar ? Suggestions…
I'm using attended call transfer in asterisk 220.127.116.11 on a CentOS machine.
Each CDR entry of calls that are transferred is repeated once. Every field
including uniqueid, calldate, billsec, duration, src, dst, channel,
dstchannel is exactly the same.
Besides adding a constraint in the database table, isn't there any way I
can resolve this call transfer cdr duplication issue in asterisk csv cdrs?
This question is not related to asterisk, but related to voip quality
in general. But i thought there are lot of experienced guys out here
who can help me with this. And our telephony platform is also asterisk
:). May be i can extract some bias over this :) We are getting very poor quality of voice during testing of a new
filtering application of us. The application receives packets from kernel using netfilter_queue
library. Then insert the packets into a new user managed queue and
does some transformations…