DAHDI Hangup Detection when bridging dahdi chanels

Discussion in 'General' started by tom@intersoft.net.au, Jul 2, 2009.

  1. tom@intersoft.net.au

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    Hi,

    I have a persistent problem with Elastix 1.5.2. Basically, when an incoming call (on a dahdi trunk) is transferred to an external number (out another dahdi trunk) asterisk never clears those dahdi channels. ie. even after both parties have hung up 'core show channels' shows the call is still active (both dahdi trunks are still open).

    The PBX is in Australia, so unfortunately there is no form of disconnect supervison from the telco.

    The card is an OpenVox A400P (analog fxo's).

    I have put "options wctdm opermode=AUSTRALIA" in modprobe.conf

    I have defaultzone and loadzone set to au in /etc/dahdi/system.conf

    I have run fxotune -i

    I have busydetect=yes and busycount=6 in chan_dahdi.conf

    And after all this I have restarted the whole system

    There doesn't seem to be any noise or echo on either of the lines (either when calling via asterisk or when I connected an analog phone directly to the line to test).

    The only way I've been able to fix it is to restart asterisk each time it happens.

    Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this?
     
  2. DaveD

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    Have you tried shortening the busy detect
    This is my setting as I has same issue when bridging dahdi channels
    busydetect=yes
    busycount=3

    I had to play around a little to find 3 was good, and I am in Australia
     
  3. tom@intersoft.net.au

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    Hi Dave,

    Actully the busycount was set to 3 until very recently, and I had the same problem. I changed it to 6 as I was getting random disconnects which I thought might be 'talk off' caused by the low busy count.

    I'm also in Aus, (and these are brand new telstra lines i.e. in a new building).
     

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