[asterisk-users] RE: asterisk-users Digest, Vol 26, Issue 39
andrew.servetas at dirigosoft.com
Thu Sep 7 14:43:41 MST 2006
It did help some. I first went to a value of 500, that had no effect.
Then I went to 2000 and we had no events for at least 3 days. I then
went to 3000 and it got worse again. So now I'm back to 2000, and we're
seemingly stable, but not completely rid of the events.
I will set up a monitor app to record voice traffic and find some
examples of it happening. I will need to trim the audio clips, as we
wont want to have full conversations available because of privacy
reasons. I will fond something ambiguous and appropriate for
distribution so we can try to debug this.
Also, I went into logger.conf and enabled DTMF in the console log. When
this happens, I DO see a DTMF event in the middle of conversations when
no keys are pressed. I will post examples of them here:
Sep 7 17:11:51 DTMF: channel.c:2298 ast_write: SIP/213-67f7 : A
Sep 7 17:13:25 DTMF: channel.c:2298 ast_write: SIP/213-67f7 : 1
Sep 7 17:15:56 DTMF: channel.c:2298 ast_write: SIP/213-67f7 : 5
As you can see by the timestamps, they happen randomly throughout some
Date: Thu, 07 Sep 2006 21:48:06 +0300
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Asterisk with Digium 411P
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But does it help ? Is it better than before ?
Do you have a good way of debugging ? (like an audio recording that i
could play ?)
Does it show something on the cli when it happens ?
Servetas, Andrew wrote:
> They recommended changing the default value of 1000 up or down
> incrementally until it works better. We're currently at 2000, and
> we're still not completely free of events.
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