[asterisk-dev] Libpri and caller name

Juan Jose Comellas juanjo at comellas.com.ar
Mon Feb 13 08:00:00 MST 2006

Can this be related to a message I've been seeing on our freshly installed 
Asterisk 1.2.4? The message is the following:

Don't know what to do if second ROSE component is of type 0x6

Do you know what the consequences of this warning/error are? Can Asterisk 
lockup or crash because of this?

On Sunday 12 February 2006 06:09, Alistair Cunningham wrote:
> All,
> We've received the following from a T1 provider. We're trying to send
> the caller name, but it's not being propagated:
> "Your equipment is using the Nortel specification of q.931, not the
> ANSI/ISO specification of q.931.  The Nortel version precedes the name
> with an escape character which the switch is interpreting as a 1.
>        The solution is to ensure your equipment is set to the proper
> switch type, namely NI-1 or NI-2 (as opposed to a Nortel switch type
> like DMS-100).
>        Additional note:  If you are using an Asterisk box with libpri, I
> am told that the Nortel spec is hardcoded into its behaviour (no matter
> what switch type is selected), in which case you should contact your
> vendor for updates to libpri (or contract some programmers to make the
> appropriate patches if you're supporting this in-house)."
> I've had a look through the libpri code, and don't see the escape
> character or Nortel specific code. Can anyone please point me to the
> correct place, or to a patch?

Juan Jose Comellas
(jcomellas at novamens.com)

Juan Jose Comellas
(juanjo at comellas.com.ar)

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