FSK ETSI or FSK US

Thanks Mitul :)

The patch on the link is so old (2006-2007) so I think it’s already
implemented in the newest version. Honestly to say, I already try any
combitions but still the caller id doesn’t work :(

cidsignalling=bell,dtmf,v23
cidstart=ring,polarity,dtmf

with some parameter if we set it to dtmf

Hopeless :((

On Sun, Jun 3, 2012 at 4:51 PM, Mitul Limbani wrote:

> Welcome to da Matrix :)
>
> Look at this issue : https://issues.asterisk.org/view.php?id=6683
>
> And try different combinations suggested over there, you might get lucky :)
>
> Regards,
> Mitul Limbani,
> Chief Architech & Founder,
> Enterux Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
> 110 Reena Complex, Opp. Nathani Steel,
> Vidyavihar (W), Mumbai – 400 086. India
> http://www.enterux.com/
> http://www.entvoice.com/
> email: mitul@enterux.in
> DID: +91-22-61447605
> Cell: +91-9820332422
>
>
>
>
> On Sun, Jun 3, 2012 at 3:08 PM, Satria Anamarta wrote:
>
>> Hello, All :)
>>
>> Regarding to incoming caller ID on PSTN line, which one is best supported
>> by asterisk: is it FSK ETSI or FSK US?
>> I bought some caller ID converter hardware (convert DTMF to FSK and vice
>> versa) but still asterisk can not detect it.
>> The converter has a switch FSK ETSI or FSK US
>>
>> This is what I put in /etc/asterisk/chan_dahdi.conf
>> …
>> cidsignalling=bell
>> cidstart=ring
>> …
>>
>> If after buying this converter hardware and upgrade to dahdi 2.6.1 still
>> not solve my caller id problem, I really dont know what to do and feel
>> hopeless :(
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Anam.
>>
>>
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2 Responses to “FSK ETSI or FSK US”

  1. John Novack said:

    Jun 03, 12 at 7:59 am

    Hopeless:
    Do you know that your provider is delivering CLID?
    In the US, conventional providers charge extra for CLID and even more
    for CLID with name

    Have you ever determined WHICH delivery system is used in your as yet
    undefined country?
    Most systems are coded into Asterisk, but require Asterisk to be told
    which one to use
    Some locations may not be covered

    There should be no need for external hardware.

    Quit thrashing about and resolve this issue in a methodical manner

    Peg Leg O’Brien

    Satria Anamarta wrote:

  2. Satria Anamarta said:

    Jun 03, 12 at 7:56 pm

    Thanks John :)
    Yes, the telco company does deliver the CLID because I pay for this service
    every month and when I test it using analog phone, the caller ID displayed
    on the phone perfectly. 10 out of 10 try the caller id displayed on the
    analog phone.

    I cant found a official information from the telco company but based on
    paper released by a student I found on the net (he did a experiment on
    caller id system in our country), it’s FSK.

    I understand that this feature is not auto detected and need to be told on
    the conf file. I did post the conf file on this list few weeks ago but
    still no solution so I try something else (buy a caller id converter
    hardware, upgrade the dahdi to 2.6.1).

    I’m from indonesia. Is there is somebody here ever working with this issue
    in my country, please let me know :)

    And I need to know: is it possible that echo canceller (epsecially OSLEC)
    can mess the caller id detection? I’m asking this because somebody is
    posting this in a forum: