[asterisk-users] Digium AEX410, MTNL Mumbai Caller-ID problems
mitul at enterux.in
Fri Sep 14 10:19:47 CDT 2012
Operator sends callerId after 1st small ring (actually this is not audible
since its very small duration ring) post which all the data flows.
However, sometimes due to line distrubance this first small ring is missed.
Chief Architech & Founder,
Enterux Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
110 Reena Complex, Opp. Nathani Steel,
Vidyavihar (W), Mumbai - 400 086. India
email: mitul at enterux.in
On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 7:49 PM, Warren Selby <wcselby at selbytech.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 9:02 AM, Raj Mathur (राज माथुर) <
> raju at linux-delhi.org> wrote:
>> So if there's a good chance that the latest Asterisk and Dahdi packages
>> will give better results in testing or might actually solve the problem,
>> I'll be glad to compile from source. If not, then perhaps it's not
>> worth polluting a production box with locally-compiled packages.
> Try adding a Wait(2) between your NoOp and your Verbose lines. I don't
> know about your telco, but sometimes the CID is not sent with the first
> ring, and you have to add a Wait(2) to grab it.
> You may even want to call your upper level support at your telco and ask
> them how and when they send your callerid information...
> --Warren Selby, dCAP
> http://www.SelbyTech.com <http://www.selbytech.com>
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