Couple of moments ago my asteriskbox with a bri-card went down.
(burn-out) I've heard that it seems to be possible to use an fritz!box as an
isdn-gateway (isdn < --> sip) Anyone around who has good/bad experiences with those AVM-boxes? (yeah, i know it is tech overkill, but i'll get an dualband wifi router,
that is Ipv6-ready with it) Hans.
Hello, I have a current asterisk 126.96.36.199 asterisk-addons 1.6.24 asterisk-sounds
1.2.1 dahdi-linux-complete 2.6.1+2.6.1 libpri 1.4.12 and asterisk-gui 2.1.0.rc1
(not trying to use the gui, want to do everything by hand) with a TDM410 with
2FXO and 2FXS. I have my POTS (PTNS) line plugged into port 1 (FXO) and a
analog phone connected to port 3 (FXS). I compiled asterisk with asterisk
samples so I realize that may have messed me up.
This is all running on Ubuntu Server 12.04. I have been googling/researching
reading the book, etc. Everything I find is…
a person trying to call me by my phone number is getting the error 488 Not
acceptable here. I googled that error, seems like this error is normally
caused by a failed codec negotation, though I have no clue how I could have
read this out of the logs. Anyway, my setup is as follows:
Asterisk 188.8.131.52 - NAT - Sipgate SIP Provider
The user calling me is also using Sipgate and is calling my landline phone
number from Sipgate (not [my sip id]@sipgate.de). My sip.conf including the codec restrictions looks like this…
Anybody, can you please share your thoughts to overcome this issue?
> I'm getting error: ' FAX session '9' is complete, result: 'FAILED'
> (FAX_FAILURE_PARTIAL), error: '3RD_T2_TIMEOUT', pages: 1, resolution:
> '204x196', transfer rate: '9600', remoteSID: '' ' when I tried send fax
> more than 2 pages to Asterisk using T.38.
> First I set speed rate to 14400 which I was getting same error message
> while sending 2 fax pages document. Later I set the speed rate for sending
> fax machine…