[asterisk-dev] Fwd: Architectural problem with FSK callerid on analog lines

Sebastian scgm11 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 14:35:46 CDT 2011


sorry to contact you directly but I think my mails are not getting to 
the mailing list anymore (as you pointed me on the issue tracker I would 
like some discussion about this), can you confirm this for me?

Thanks, and again sorry to disturb you directly but I don't know how 
should I proceed with this.

Best regards

Sebastian Gutierrez
(sum on jira)

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Architectural problem with FSK callerid on analog lines
Date: 	Mon, 13 Jun 2011 15:57:29 -0300
From: 	Sebastian <scgm11 at gmail.com>
To: 	asterisk-dev at lists.digium.com


I've seen in some places Argentina for example, that callerid is not
updated from call to call. The exact scenario is like this:

1) Incoming call
2) not answered goes to a call queue
3) is ringing on an agent
4) the caller hangs up, but there's a new call coming (this is easy to
see on busy systems or testing directly), the telco has no type of
signalling to let the system knows there's a new call (in some countries
you can see a polarity reversal that does the trick), but if not the
next call hijacks the previous call thread, there's no way to know for

there's an open case on digium: #00223214

but I think this should has some discussion, I'm not seen my mails pass
to the mailing list lately.

What do you think about checking for fsk between rings??? is the only
thing I can think of to at least to update the callerid although the
call hijack the thread of the unattended call.
That also could solve any kind of callerid that is sent after the second
ring or later if that exists in some country.

please confirm that my mails are getting to the mailing list, because
I'm not seen them pass trough.


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