if you check out your sip.conf.
On Jun 29, 2012, at 5:54 PM, gincantalupo wrote:
> Hi all,
> after upgrading my Asterisk 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168 I cannot register to my VoIP provider because it says I'm trying to connect to port 55150 (that's what the call center guy told me)...but I'm not. In my sip I've set port=5060, not 55150.
> The strange thing is that the rport inside SIP packets ("sip set debug") coming back from my provider is set to 55150.....seen on both Asterisk 1.4 and 1.8
> Does anybody…
Thanks Mitul :)
The patch on the link is so old (2006-2007) so I think it's already
implemented in the newest version. Honestly to say, I already try any
combitions but still the caller id doesn't work :( cidsignalling=bell,dtmf,v23
cidstart=ring,polarity,dtmf with some parameter if we set it to dtmf Hopeless :(( On Sun, Jun 3, 2012 at 4:51 PM, Mitul Limbani
> Look at this issue : https://issues.asterisk.org/view.php?id=6683
> And try different combinations suggested over there, you might get lucky…
Known as Virtual Hold, you'll have to program inside asterisk to achieve
that. El 31/05/12 10:48, equis software escribió:
> Is there any option in Asterisk distribution of this?
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Why don't you use AMI? There's are phpami project if you google.
Sent from my iPhone On May 25, 2012, at 1:51 AM, Kamlesh Kumar
> I'm using AMI to get the extension status but always get -1 i.e. extension not found.
> #!/usr/bin/php -q
> < ?php
> include_once ("phpagi-2.14/phpagi.php");
> include_once ("/phpagi-2.14/phpagi-asmanager.php");
> $agi = new AGI();
> $as = new AGI_AsteriskManager();
> $exten = $agi->request['agi_extension'];
> $as->connect("localhost", "user", "passwd");
> $status = $as->ExtensionState($exten,'context',1);
But how to delete them? there are a lot of old voicemails, but i don't want
to break the app_voicemail. 2012/5/22 Jason Parker
> > There are 4 files for each voicemail:
> > msg0000.gsm
> > msg0000.txt
> > msg0000.wav
> > msg0000.WAV
> That is perfectly normal. The .txt file is metadata that contains things
> caller ID and duration. Asterisk will also save voicemails into every