The addition of busydetect=yes in /etc/asterisk/zapata.conf , solved a
similar prob for us.
; Zapata telephony interface
; Configuration file
rxwink=300 ; Atlas seems to use long (250ms) winks
; Whether or not to do distinctive ring detection on FXO lines
;Include genzaptelconf configs
;Include AMP configs
Barry Flanagan wrote:
> Niall O Broin wrote:
>>> On 14 Jun 2006, at 08:00, Kevin Brennan wrote:
>>>>>>> Niall O Broin wrote:
>>>>>>> I recently setup an Asterisk server which is the first one I have
>>>> setup using an analog line card (a cheap clone). Works nicely
>>>> (ignoring the fact that a Grandstream phone refuses to register to
>>>> it, but that's another issue) but it seems to have issues recognising
>>>> DTMF tones to navigate menus - sometimes it will, sometimes it won't.
>>>> Does anyone have any idea what that might be?
>>>>>>> There are 3 different ways to send DTMF via SIP; 1)in audio 2)RFC 2833
>>> and 3) via SIP info. You can normally set this on your phone and with
>>> dftmfmode on Asterisk in sip.conf.
>>>>> Sorry - I wasn't clear enough as to what the problem was in my original
>> post. It's not an issue of how to send DTMF in SIP (I imagine that would
>> be a go / no-go situation anyway, and not lead to partial recognition).
>> My problem was with recognition of tones on an incoming analog call from
>> the PSTN to the Asterisk box via the FXO card.
>>>>>> Here is my /etc/asterisk/zapata.conf which worked with DTMF on a clone
> card. Might help.
> context=pstn-incoming ; Points to the default context of your
> channel => 1
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