[asterisk-users] Chan Local, Originate and slin

Richard Mudgett rmudgett at digium.com
Wed Nov 22 13:28:28 CST 2017

On Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 12:38 PM, Kseniya Blashchuk <ksyblast at gmail.com>

> Again - when Originate is run from dialplan, i get:
> NativeFormats: (slin192)
>     WriteFormat: slin
>      ReadFormat: slin192
>  WriteTranscode: Yes (slin at 8000)->(slin at 192000)
>   ReadTranscode: No
> When it's made with a call file (no matter how a call file is created), I
> see
> NativeFormats: (slin)
>     WriteFormat: slin
>      ReadFormat: slin
>  WriteTranscode: No
>   ReadTranscode: No
> Please note - I do not use any manager API
> Can anybody explain how the native format is chosen in these cases?
Version 13.1 is a very old version of Asterisk 13.  The current version of
Asterisk 13 is 13.18.2.
I also recall an issue where local channels tended to use slin192 when
there was no need.  However,
I'm unable to find the issue to know when that was done.

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