Elastix 8.4 Stable-Voice problem-xen kernel bug?

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  1. hetii

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    Hi everybody.

    I have big problem with voice communication from my PSTN provider.

    When i Add in zapata.conf this line (to make international calls). I here voice only on one side:(

    i use different wanpipe driver and still i cannot resolve this problem, I also call to my pstn provider and he says everything is ok.

    pridialplan=unknown
    prilocaldialplan=national

    I also run ./ztmonitor 1 -vv -m
    and i see voice RX and TX :)

    When i call from SIP/100 to my second ISDN line i and i say something to my phone and pcmicrofon i see this:


    [root@haos zaptel]# ./ztmonitor 1 -vv -m

    Visual Audio Levels.
    --------------------
    Use zapata.conf file to adjust the gains if needed.

    ( # = Audio Level * = Max Audio Hit )
    <----------------(RX)----------------> <----------------(TX)---------------->
    ###################################* ################* Rx: 10412 (11272) Tx: 1802 ( 2292)

    but i dont here voice on my pstn isdn line phone. in PCheadset i here voice. When i call form handy phon to sip/100 i have this same scenario.

    Pleas Help :)<br><br>Post edited by: hetii, at: 2007/07/04 15:34
     
  2. hetii

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    Hi :) I have new information.

    I Install again elastix and i recompile zaptel and install wanpipe driverst but i to that on basne running kernel (Before i use Xen kernel). And now its seems good.

    Please someone smart check why i have that big problem witch voice on xen kernel.

    Regards
     
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  4. sbasan

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    Re:Elastix 8.4 Stable-Voice problem-xen kernel bug

    Note that if you rebuild winepip to support Sangoma cards, the specified script will require you to rebuild from scratch.
     

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