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  1. kostasics

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    Hi , i have a straingh problem when i try to hear the call recording of extention for example 102 it plays to fast and i dont understant what i hear. Can any one help me with that ?
    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. Fireimpy

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    I have the same problem.

    When recording internal extensions it works fine but as soon as someone
    makes a call in or out on the ISDN BRI Lines (diguim B410P) everyone sounds
    like Chipmunks.
     
  3. lewis

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    hello all,

    i have the same problem... all recordings sounds like fast-forward :)

    anyone has solved this problem ?
     
  4. Fireimpy

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    Are you Using a Diguim B410P ISDN?
     
  5. lewis

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    no, i'm using this card:
    Network controller: Cologne Chip Designs GmbH ISDN network controller [HFC-PCI] (rev 02)
     
  6. rafael

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    Hi,

    It might be a bug, I would be nice if you report this in our bug track syste:

    http://bugs.elastix.org

    saludos,

    rafael
     
  7. Kevin

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    Any update on this?

    I'm still exp the same problem on diguim B410P
     
  8. Fireimpy

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    The call voice recording is perfect now. I Re installed our office Elastix Server last month
    as I stuffed up the yum update by some way or another and did a installation on Elastix 1.5 and the latest Zaptel drivers for the B410p afterwards I ran yum update all and it works 100%.
     

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