Long story short - I have an ancient Britsh Telecom phone attached to my Asterisk PBX via Dahdi. It works beautifully, receiving calls, and the call quality is excellent. However, dialling out is impossible, as Asterisk consistently mis-reads the number of pulses the dial sends (it could be a squiffy dial, I'm not sure). Not to mention the fact that, in today's modern "want it now" age, waiting up to 3 seconds between digits whilst the rotary dial does its thing gets old very quickly...
As with all Dahdi connected phones, when I lift the handset, I immediately see:
So, new day, new problem...
I tried right now to call from my cellphone a peer in my Asterisk. The cellphone has correct credentials, but it's NOT registered on my Asterisk, now.
I just tried to call a peer in my network, from a peer not yet registered. And it works... :(
The very curious thing is, that I can't find how the call will be accepted... Every section in my dialplan has a log, and no log will be displayed on the CLI...
I just see:
== Using SIP RTP CoS mark 5 -- Executing [00493511111111@default:1] Dial("SIP/00491773333333-0000000b", "SIP/00493511111111&DAHDI/1") in new stack ==…
I want to test the Native Bridge mode of DAHDI (FXS/FXO). I use asterisk 11.14.2 and DAHDI 2.8.0.
I try to set callwaiting = no AND callwaitingcallerid = no in chan_dahdi.conf. But I can't find native bridging information from CLI(opened debug mode in logger.conf). How can I test the dahdi_bridge in native bridge mode?
I use normal dial command ex: Dial(DAHDI/2,30,tTkK) to dial from FXS1 to FXS2.
Does anyone kind to help me solve it?
I just installed a Debian Jessie box from scratch which sports a Digium TE435 digital card.
I installed the software, built and loaded the kernel modules:
# dpkg -l|grep dahdi ii asterisk-dahdi 1:11.13.1~dfsg-2+b1 amd64 DAHDI devices support for the Asterisk PBX ii dahdi 1:22.214.171.124-1 amd64 utilities for using the DAHDI kernel modules ii dahdi-linux 1:126.96.36.199~dfsg-1 all DAHDI telephony interface - Linux userspace parts ii dahdi-modules-3.16.0-4-amd64:amd64 1:188.8.131.52~dfsg-1+3.16.7-ckt2-1 amd64 DAHDI modules for Linux (kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64) ii dahdi-source 1:184.108.40.206~dfsg-1 all DAHDI telephony interface - source code for kernel driver
# dahdi_hardware pci:0000:0a:00.0 wcte43x+ d161:800e Wildcard TE435/235
# lsmod|grep -E 'dahdi|wct' wcte43x 56864 0 oct612x 162715 1…
I have Asterisk 11 with DAHDI (Sangoma E1-Card) running on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Asterisk and DAHDI-Drivers are installed from source.
When doing an "apt-get upgrade" the system packages will be update but sometimes Asterisk is broken. Which packages do I have to exclude when I do not have time to recompile Asterisk/Dahdi each time? libc? Kernel-Packages?
Thanks so far! -Thorsten-