CHANNEL Arguments Documentation?

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Using

exten => h,n,set(CDR(llp)=${CHANNEL(rtpqos,audio,local_lostpackets)})

gives me

http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-users/2011-September/266075.html the variable names have changed, however I couldn’t find an updated documentation or understand from the mail reply, what I have to change in the example above. So, can somebody please tell me where to get an updated documentation or how to fix my problem? I am using Asterisk 1.8.10.1.

Thanks 🙂

5 thoughts on - CHANNEL Arguments Documentation?

  • Thank you Eric, but this is still the old documentation:

    would be correct

    2012/8/24 Eric Wieling

  • This is what the chan_sip code will accept in the third parameter position:

    “txcount”,
    “rxcount”,
    “txjitter”,
    “rxjitter”,
    “remote_maxjitter”,
    “remote_minjitter”,
    “remote_normdevjitter”,
    “remote_stdevjitter”,
    “local_maxjitter”,
    “local_minjitter”,
    “local_normdevjitter”,
    “local_stdevjitter”,
    “txploss”,
    “rxploss”,
    “remote_maxrxploss”,
    “remote_minrxploss”,
    “remote_normdevrxploss”,
    “remote_stdevrxploss”,
    “local_maxrxploss”,
    “local_minrxploss”,
    “local_normdevrxploss”,
    “local_stdevrxploss”,
    “rtt”,
    “maxrtt”,
    “minrtt”,
    “normdevrtt”,
    “stdevrtt”,
    “local_ssrc”,
    “remote_ssrc”,

    It also will accept nothing or “all”.

    Richard

  • Thank you richard, now I understand and it works, except that all only gives

    Do you know if there is a updated documentation anywhere?
    I can guess what most of the fields are, but I am not an expert on these things 😉
    I especially have problems with the remote_x and local_x fields: if it’s prefixed with local, it means send from me to a client? or does it mean things that didn’t arrive locally, therefore send from client to me?
    tx should be always from me to client and rx the other way round, right?

    2012/8/24 Richard Mudgett

  • Looking at an older Channel documentation, it seems like the “all”
    parameter wasn’t adapted to the new, additional parameters. Will fill a bug report during the day.

    2012/8/25 Stefan at WPF