g729 support

Discussion in 'General' started by bshahil, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. bshahil

    bshahil Guest

    Some problem with g729 codec transaltion need some help

    I found some opensource g729 codec for asterisk.

    I download and copy the codec .

    I controlled the codec from (Edit)Extension section

    nat=yes..
    disallow=all
    allow=g729

    but in Asterisk commsnd (Sip Show Channels)it shows me

    peer user/Anr Call ID Seq(Tz/Rx) From Hold

    200.xxx.xxx.xxx 001.xxx.xx 790 00102/000 ulaw
    192.xxx.xxx.x 2000 00101/3922 g729

    what is wrong it is ok or not?

    Is it really g729 working or something i have to change.

    Shahil
     
  2. frank

    frank Guest

    Shahil,

    It seems that you are really using g729.

    What is your symptom? Can you hear anything?
     
  3. bshahil

    bshahil Guest

    I can see both g729 in my Pap2(g729 preffered codec)
    (but my asterisk shows(asterisk-r) sip show channels
    me My providers Codec uLaw and my pap(192.1xx.xxx.xx)shows g729

    So i though may be my configuration problem or what?

    Shahil.
     
  4. lek

    lek Guest

    Dear Shahil,

    Please, don't use any other codec but the g729 in your external connection. Maybe you have a list of codecs in your iax or sip config file.
     
  5. bshahil

    bshahil Guest

    Where should i see the sip.conf file in elastix?
    Commands for that please

    bshahil.
     
  6. mt

    mt Guest

    I have the same problem. Trixbox recognize G729,GSM etc but Elastix only accept G711 as standard at least
     
  7. bshahil

    bshahil Guest

    I am able to translate g711ulaw or alw to g729.

    But only manages to
    perticuler trunk
    disllow=all
    allow=g729

    (Pap2 preffered codec=g729)working great.
    But(in asterisk cli My VOIP provider codec g711u
    and ................my pap ..........codec g729

    (myvoitsp supports g729 codec as default if i try Direct from pap2)

    So i am confused which codec's bandwidh in use?

    I am not able to find the sip.conf or all .conf files in it.(Don't know command)

    bshahil
     
  8. xhal99104

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    I have now solved the problem by editing the sip.conf file and change
    disallow=all
    allow=ulaw
    to
    disallow=all
    allow=ulaw
    allow=alaw
    allow=gsm
    allow=g719
    allow=g711
    allow=g723

    Now it is running again

    Rgds Michael
     
  9. bshahil

    bshahil Guest

    let me know where i should see sip.conf file in elastix?

    bshahil
     
  10. seants

    seants Guest

    login Java SSH it's under this folder:
    /etc/asterisk
     
  11. bshahil

    bshahil Guest

    I am able to see the sip.con from beginning ,but not able to edit.

    how should i edit from logged on SSH JAVA?

    bshahil
     
  12. bshahil

    bshahil Guest

    Please let me know the command to edit sip.conf of Elastix
     
  13. seants

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    You can use: vi sip.conf
     
  14. bshahil

    bshahil Guest

    command for save & quit please
     
  15. posi

    posi Guest

    The command is

    :wq
     
  16. teshephe

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    vi is not very user friendly, I have no problem with it but I use nano.... it is alot more user friendly. Get it with...

    yum install nano

    then run it like...

    nano sip.conf
     
  17. teshephe

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    vi is not very user friendly, I have no problem with it but I use nano.... it is alot more user friendly. Get it with...

    yum install nano

    then run it like...

    nano sip.conf
     
  18. teshephe

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    vi is not very user friendly, I have no problem with it but I use nano.... it is alot more user friendly. Get it with...

    yum install nano

    then run it like...

    nano sip.conf
     

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