I recently purchased the Cepstral 6 text-to-speech engine (swift), and am now wondering if I should have bought something else. I would like to use Cepstral text to speech like some people use the Festival() or Flite() applications. For example, when I do a "core show application flite" at the CLI, flite is available to me:
localhost*CLI> core show application flite -= Info about application 'Flite' =- [Synopsis] Say text to the user, using Flite TTS engine [Description] Flite(text[,intkeys]): This will invoke the Flite TTS engine, send a text string, get back the resulting waveform and play it to the user,…
Thanks for your reply. " SipRemoveHeader " is a good application to remove the header added by "SipAddHeader" application. If the header is included in the receiving message by Asterisk(not added by "SipAddHeader"), can it be removed? From my testing it doesn't work.
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I need to develop an application that will query (mostly reading) an existing MySQL CDR database. This database (named Asteriskcdrdb) was created during Freepbx 2.10 install on my asterisk 1.8 setup. This database has a single CDR table which is filled by Asterisk.
The tools I'm planning to use require this table to include a Primary Key. Is it safe to Alter this table telling it to use UniqueID column as a Primary Key ?
(Sure, I'll test this on a database copy but I'm not confident my tests will cover everything)
Looking for ideas and comments on my strategy for getting a bit of custom data into the CDR. It seems to work OK, but I'm open to better and/or more robust ways to do it.
Problem: get the customerid of the caller from our application into the CDR
Approach: Before the Queue() command, save the caller's channel name in a varible _MMCALLERCHANNEL
In the Queue() connect macro, send that channel name along with other info to the application
The application determines the customerid and uses AMI Setvar to set variable MMCUSTOMERID on the given channel with the customerid. (Can't use AGI in-line because the…
Asterisk Project Security Advisory - AST-2012-012
Product Asterisk Summary Asterisk Manager User Unauthorized Shell Access Nature of Advisory Permission Escalation Susceptibility Remote Authenticated Sessions Severity Minor Exploits Known No Reported On July 13, 2012 Reported By Zubair Ashraf of IBM X-Force Research Posted On August 30, 2012 Last Updated On August 30, 2012 Advisory Contact Matt Jordan < mjordan AT digium DOT com > CVE Name CVE-2012-2186
Description The AMI Originate action can allow a remote user to specify information that can be used to execute shell commands on the system hosting Asterisk. This can result in an unwanted…
Greetings to all. We have developed an application for Asterisk to accept creditcards using the Authorize.net gateway. I am looking at reverse phone lookup services in order to get the *full* address of the caller (not just state,city). This is a very low volume service as you can imagine so i would prefer something with low or no minimums and a pay-as-you-go scheme. An API would be a plus, although not necessary (i.e we can handle web forms). Anyone using or know a service that would like to recommend ? Thanks in advance Stelios S. Koroneos P.S Sorry for the…
Looking to do video conferencing with Asterisk and after some research I
noticed there's mainly the new confbridge application in Asterisk 10 or
there's the Medooze MCU software. I'm not sure as how they compare feature-wise. I get the impression the
video support in confbridge is rather limited at this point, seeing you
can only see one party at the time (right?). Would Medooze MCU be better
at this? Cheers, BC