[asterisk-users] Delay after Answer
faheem2084 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 8 01:53:38 CDT 2016
Are you sure *nslookup <hostname> *command is returning as expected?
Also check the output of the below command.
>> hostname && hostname -s && hostname -f
On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 11:54 PM, Brent Davidson <brent at texascountrytitle.com
> Well, I thought I had the problem solved. Ported everything over to PJSip
> and build RDNS records for the phones and the server, but I am still
> experiencing the problem on incoming calls.
> On 6/7/2016 1:00 PM, Faheem Muhammad wrote:
> I've faced the same issue. The issue was related to DNS, the reverse
> lookup query failure caused the delay around(7-9 seconds). The purpose of
> reverse lookup is to block IP Spoofing attacks.
> On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 7:48 PM, Brent Davidson <
> brent at texascountrytitle.com> wrote:
>> I am having an issue with a couple of phones where they ring, but there
>> is a long delay after the phone is picked up before the audio starts.
>> My setup:
>> - Server running Asterisk 13.9.1, Dahdi 2.11.1 w/ OSLEC
>> - Server is CentOS 7
>> - Quad core CPU with 16GB Ram
>> - 2 Snom 300 phones.
>> - NO NAT. Server and phone are on the same subnet with only a
>> gigabit switch between them.
>> - Digium TDM400 analog card with 2 incoming analog PSTN lines
>> When a call comes in, the system answers, IVR plays, caller dials an
>> extension, Snom 300 rings, handset picked up. Caller continues to hear
>> ringing for another 7 to 10 seconds. Answerer hears a click, a quick burst
>> of audio, then silence, then another click and audio is engaged.
>> I have tried both SIP and RTP debugging and there are absolutely no
>> messages indicating any timeout or retransmit. I am at a total loss. In
>> the past I've always been able to find an answer to issues like this on my
>> own, but this time I just don't know. I was even beginning to suspect the
>> network switch might be bad, but pinging between the server and the phones
>> shows no packet loss and 0.969ms average response time.
>> What am I missing*?*
>> Brent Davidson
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