Digium Phones

I have been looking for the specs (format, bit rate, ect) on custom ringtones for digium phones. Using the DPMA how would I deliver the ringtone to a digium phone?

3 Responses to “Digium Phones”

  1. Rusty Newton said:

    Aug 20, 12 at 10:23 am

    https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/DIGIUM/DPMA+Configuration

    All the answers you seek are located there. Ctrl + f for “ringtone”
    throughout the document.

    Also, 16-bit, 16kHz mono .wav according to the wiki.

  2. Josh Hopkins said:

    Aug 20, 12 at 10:31 am

    [Josh Hopkins]
    Thanks for the reply. I do see it now. Not sure how I missed all that before. One thing I don’t think I did see was where I should place my ringtone file? I am guessing that if I put it in the same location as our custom imagefile that it might work. Is there a url_prefix option like there is for firmware?

  3. Rusty Newton said:

    Aug 20, 12 at 10:48 am

    Looks like it. Copy paste from the wiki page below:

    Ringtone Configuration Options

    A Ringtone defines an actual ringing tone to by used by a phone. When the phone rings, it’s what’s played over the phone’s speaker. Option Values Description alias string An identifier for the ringtone, e.g. FancyRinger. This identifier will be present in the phone’s preferences menu and in its web menu filename string A named 16-bit 16kHz mono .wav file as reachable from the file_url_prefix.

    Example

    In this example:

    The ringtone is identified as FancyRinger

    Example Ringtone Configuration.

    [fancyringer]
    type=ringtone alias