[Asterisk-Dev] Asterisk Dev wanted for quick job

alex at pilosoft.com alex at pilosoft.com
Thu Jan 29 15:48:56 MST 2004

I'm that another guy :)

What basically happens (Phil can provide detailed logs) is that certain 
versions of Cisco firmware send *many* duplicate RTPs frames for a single

Each RTP 'set of frames' has its own timestamp and duration sequence, and 
each 'set of frames' has a 'final frame' which has 'END' flag set.

I think logs would be more useful, and I'm sure phil can provide them.


On Thu, 29 Jan 2004, Phil Doroff wrote:

> Hey all, not sure if this is the correct place to post this, but figured it
> was worth a shot.
> Looking at paying an Asterisk developer for a job that should be rather
> quick.  Specifically modifying SIP (I presume) code to hack around a Cisco
> 7900 series DTMF bug.  I had another guy that hacks on asterisk take a look
> at it a couple nights ago, and he had some luck with it.  Simply just does
> not have enough time time to mess with it anymore.  The problem is that
> cisco sends a random number of rtp packets for each key press for oob dtmf,
> inband does not work correctly due to what I percieve to be quality issues.
> So.. inband just has to be hacked up to code around Cisco lameness
> essentially.  I know others that have this same problem, so any code
> produced is perfectly okay to be GPL'ed, or whatever the developer prefers
> to do.  Pay would be in the couple hundred range, as I would expect this to
> only take an hour or three.
> Thanks much,
> Phil Doroff
> Reflected Networks
> phil at reflected.net
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