Low volume on FXO lines

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  1. Nakkoush

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    Dear experts,
    I am using Openvox TDM400P cards, everything so far is working as expected BUT the only issue I have is with the volume (rx and tx)..

    How do I increase the volume of my FXO lines?

    I want to confirm if what I did is correct..
    I edited the: rxgain=4 & txgain=4 inside zapata.conf file as mentioned at Elastix without tears but not specified clearly what it does..

    Is it the correct way of doing it (which is to change from 0 to any number above which I don't know the limit..)?

    The same question applies for my SPA3102 which I am using it as well as a PSTN interface in addition to the OpenVOX card.. but with my SPA3102 I have no clue which should be done in order to increase the very low volume..
     
  2. danardf

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    Yes it's rx and txgain.
    The value is: dB.
    By default all volume can are 0dB.
    If you put a 4 to rx or tx gain, the gain is to +4dB
    If you put a -1 to rx or tx gain, the gain is to -1dB.

    Modify these values and try it.
     
  3. Nakkoush

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    Thanks danardf..
     

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