[Asterisk-Users] Fw: Questions and finding
jess at arretni.com
Tue Dec 23 15:23:22 MST 2003
Hi Philip, I found the problem. My sip.conf config was changed by somebody
else. :( The external IP was uncommented and that's what is causing my
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jess Magnaye" <jess at arretni.com>
To: <klitzing at pool.informatik.rwth-aachen.de>
Cc: <asterisk-users at lists.digium.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 23, 2003 4:33 PM
Subject: Re: [Asterisk-Users] Fw: Questions and finding
> > Hi!
> > > 1. My VAD is turned off (00140014), and it didn't help for that
> > Then check if you have a firewall in between * and your ATA that closes
> > the port due to inactivity of your ATA. Also use "SIP DEBUG" in the CLI
> > to try to see a bit more of what is going on. You could also use
> > to monitor the SIP traffic (or the rtp/UDP traffic).
> > > am not sure if OutboundProxy has to be configured to have it working
> > > Or this just happened to me? What is your ATA's software?
> > I don't have such a device, in fact never had. :-)
> MY ATA and * are sitting on the same LAN. So FW or NAT problem is not
> possible. This is also the reason why I commented out "nat=1" in the
> > > 2. I tried dtmfmode=inband on sip.conf, and dtmfmode=rfc2833. None
> > Note: inband only works with g.711 codec. Doesn't the ATA also offer
> > "info" as third dtmfmode option? Anyway, you might want to search the
> > mailing list for setup info, there are a lot of people around that use
> > it.
> > > by setting Audiomode, but nothing helped. I was thinking the * is
> > > ONLY recognizing the DTMF if there is telco board installed. Is it?
> > No no, * doesn't require any hardware to be installed.
> LET ME TRY dtmfmode=info AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS NEXT.
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