[asterisk-users] Sound Quality.

Callum McGillivray callummc at ains.net.au
Sun Sep 10 22:31:52 MST 2006

Hey Joel,

That's a nasty one.. Jen and I experienced that for a while on our 
office machine.

The nasty part being that I can't tell you what it is, as we rebuilt the 
box with a newer version and the problem went away.
(And at the time, we just breathed a sigh of relief and didn't question 
it too closely)

This post seems to refer to the same issue (which seems to crop up in 
various forms) when there are audio issues occurring on a box.

Just a thought...  do you have disallow=all as the first setting for the 
account in the sip.conf ?



Joel Hill wrote:

>    Hi I'm getting really bad static on forwarded calls to the point of 
> not being able to hear the person at the other end. I'm running an E1 
> line in and everything else is fine. I'm also getting this error:
> Sep 11 14:56:56 WARNING[18295]: chan_sip.c:2561 sip_write: Asked to 
> transmit frame type 64, while native formats is 4 (read/write = 64/64)
> I'm running Asterisk 1.2.11 and have tried a couple of different 
> codecs in SIP.conf.
> Any ideas??
> Cheers,
> Joel Hill
> Support Engineer
> Asterisk IT
> www.asteriskit.com.au
> www.theasteriskshop.com.au
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