Hello team! I’m planning to add fax functionality to my PBX. From research it seems that there is 2 options: spandsp and Digium. I lean towards Digium app, licensing is fine. However, they don’t have download for v13 Should I just download their version for v12 Asterisk? Any other suggestions on what to use, what works best? I have a pretty good plan on what I’m going to do but unsure which one to pick. Callcentric is my SIP provider and it supports T.38 Thanks Ivan --
I think the way Digium has structured the binary packages could use a major change. I rely on the binary packages rather than compiling by source because my systems are managed by an automated CM tool (I use Ansible but those using Chef or Puppet will face the same problems) and for security reasons. I use the CentOS packages.
Some issues with the current package structure are: - It installs unneeded repositories. The asterisknow package install 12 repositories, of which I use at most 4 (2 asterisk and 2 digium) - It changes which repositories are enabled and disabled. - It…
We have a plain vanilla installation of AsteriskNOW using Digium D40/50 phones. All transfers are failing from any source to any extension with the message "that is not a valid extension". Does anyone have any ideas about where to begin looking for the source of that error?
Greetings to all. I am not sure of this is a "user" question or a "business" so apologies in advance if it should be asked in the business list.
A client of mine has a UK branch that is served by a provider that uses the Broadsoft solution. I want to create a sip trunk from a remote asterisk pbx to the client.
The provider claims that Broadsoft has a strict "protocol" on what "devices" can connect on their network and asterisk is not listed
Does anyone know if asterisk (1.8 to be more precise) has passed interoperability tests with Broadsoft ?
it feels silly, but here I am.
My Asterisk box is useless, after running a long delayed yum update (CentOS box).
A few details on the box:
cat /etc/redhat-release CentOS release 5.10 (Final)
uname -a Linux hermes 2.6.18-371.4.1.el5 #1 SMP Thu Jan 30 06:09:24 EST 2014 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux
asterisk -r Asterisk 188.8.131.52, Copyright (C) 1999 - 2010 Digium, Inc. and others.
Starting Asterisk very verbosely seems to load the dialplan, but at some point I get a segmentation fault. This is new to me!
I'm running Asterisk 1.8.15-cert3 with the newest version of spandsp. I've even tried unloading that and using Digium's FFA module but I receive the same error on an outbound transmission:
[2014-02-06 14:35:14] ERROR: udptl.c:294 encode_open_type: UDPTL (SIP/XXXXXXXXXXX_outbound-00000000): Buffer overflow detected (59 + 127 > 175)
I only get this with one specific upstream provider. Has anyone seen this before? Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
is there a mailinglist where I can post questions regarding Digium IP-phones ?
I have the following question :
I'm trying to provision a Digium D70 IP-phone from a https provisioning server.
The Digium D70 contacts the provisioning server correctly but seems to log in with the wrong credentials :
XX.XX.XX.46 - - [22/Jan/2014:12:15:09 +0100] "GET /101001/000fd3068c59.cfg HTTP/1.1" 401 481 XX.XX.XX.46 - - [22/Jan/2014:12:15:10 +0100] "GET /101001/000FD3068C59.cfg HTTP/1.1" 401 481 XX.XX.XX.46 - - [22/Jan/2014:12:15:10 +0100] "GET /101001/000000000000.cfg HTTP/1.1" 401 481 XX.XX.XX.46 - - [22/Jan/2014:12:15:11 +0100] "GET /101001 HTTP/1.1" 401 481
I am absolutely sure that I have given the correct username and…
I'd like to know from other people's experience using Asterisk and Digium cards like the TDM410P and B410P on Atom system (.e. giwth D525 CPU) and Jetway motherboards. Any operational instability, unexpected freezes, etc or in your experience it's a stable combination?
Thanks in advance for any sharing!
Digium is 100% lost in the map. If they would come up with a Paid version of Asterisk, one that would use the .NET framework in Windows, something simple to install, they could go public on the product. Linux has a very steep learning curve. A Windows application that would do exactly the same would be a home run. Note: I am a Linux expert user, but it took me years to get here. And still, moving from regular RHEL 6.0 to Fedora 20 (RHEL 7) is a pain in the neck. The .NET framework and Windows server 2012 are…