[asterisk-users] Various extensions ring once and go to voicemail

Thomas Peters TPeters at mcts.org
Mon Jan 14 16:30:19 CST 2019

Here’s what I get:

apbx*CLI> module show like timing
Module                         Description                              Use Count
res_timing_pthread.so          pthread Timing Interface                 0
res_timing_dahdi.so            DAHDI Timing Interface                   4
2 modules loaded

So what would you suggest? (And thanks in advance.)

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From: asterisk-users <asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com> On Behalf Of Carlos Chavez
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2019 4:08 PM
To: asterisk-users at lists.digium.com
Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Various extensions ring once and go to voicemail

On 1/14/19 4:02 PM, Duncan Turnbull wrote:

Sent from my iPad

On 15/01/2019, at 10:34 AM, Thomas Peters <TPeters at mcts.org<mailto:TPeters at mcts.org>> wrote:

You may have it right—I took one phone and set the ring time to 60 seconds. I now get about 4 rings on that one.

I wonder how I can change the timing source.

In one version (and I can’t recall which) asterisk moved to an internal timing system, to avoid the hardware need.

There should be quite a lot of discussion of it in the archives or perhaps voipinfo

I don’t know if you can slow the VM processor speed? I am guessing it is counting something much faster than it used to

Cheers Duncan

*CLI> module show like timing
Module                         Description                              Use Count  Status      Support Level
res_timing_dahdi.so            DAHDI Timing Interface                   0          Running              core
res_timing_pthread.so          pthread Timing Interface                 0          Running          extended
res_timing_timerfd.so          Timerfd Timing Interface                 1          Running              core
3 modules loaded

    This will show you what module Asterisk is using for timing.  You can try doing a noload on the two you do not need.


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