g729 support

bshahil

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#1
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
 

frank

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#2
Shahil,

It seems that you are really using g729.

What is your symptom? Can you hear anything?
 

bshahil

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#3
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.
 

lek

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#4
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.
 

bshahil

Guest
#5
Where should i see the sip.conf file in elastix?
Commands for that please

bshahil.
 

mt

Guest
#6
I have the same problem. Trixbox recognize G729,GSM etc but Elastix only accept G711 as standard at least
 

bshahil

Guest
#7
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
 

xhal99104

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#8
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
 

bshahil

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#9
let me know where i should see sip.conf file in elastix?

bshahil
 

seants

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#10
login Java SSH it's under this folder:
/etc/asterisk
 

bshahil

Guest
#11
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
 

bshahil

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#12
Please let me know the command to edit sip.conf of Elastix
 

seants

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#13
You can use: vi sip.conf
 

bshahil

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#14
command for save & quit please
 

posi

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#15
The command is

:wq
 

teshephe

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#16
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
 

teshephe

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#17
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
 

teshephe

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#18
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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