In order solve my incoming caller ID problem, I upgrade the dahdi to
version 2.6.1 from version 2.4.x. After upgrade, I found the echo
cancellation doesn't working (I'm using Digium AEX800B PCI Express card). I
can hear my self talking on the phone. How to solve this? I think I need to
recompile dahdi 2.6.1 with OSLEC support? how? [root@callcenter ~]# dahdi_cfg -vvv
DAHDI Tools Version - 2.6.1 DAHDI Version: 2.6.1
Echo Canceller(s): HWEC
Channel map: Channel 01: FXS Kewlstart (Default) (Echo Canceler: oslec) (Slaves: 01)
is there any way to disable all Asterisk Features? We are having false dtmf
detections and randon calls being put on-hold and suspect that dtmf
features is the cause. Changing features.conf aparently keeps the default options. Since we dont
use it, is there any way to disable it?
Jonas Kellens wrote:
> Will ODBC become the default then ? As far as I'm aware, yes. You need to make sure that unix-odbc development libraries are installed. Under Mandriva, Mageia: urpmi unixodbc-devel Ubuntu/Debian: apt-get install unixodbc-dev And here is a good link to get you started: http://nerdvittles.com/?p=604 Doug
This setting specifies how to handle connections with peers. By default Asterisk will authenticate all connections (this is the same as insecure=no). The parameters invite and port were added in v1.2.x (and are to be used when you trust the IP of the caller), yes and very were removed in v1.6.x. Note: yes/very are deprecated in 1.8
I hope for a hint on this issue. I had a voicemail running on ast release 1.6.2 latest which i upgraded
to 1.8.11 latest release.
during this process I did add a couple of fields like minsecs and maxsecs. I do now get empty emails where the attached voicefile only contains the
the message length written in the email is ok.
If I go to the voicemailbox during the recording then I can se the files
grow to the filesize i would expect, looks like everything is ok until then.…