Xlite DTMF inband, auto, or RFC2833?

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jsmith
Joined: Fri 03 of Mar, 2006

Re: Xlite DTMF inband, auto, or RFC2833?

Posted:Fri 03 of Mar, 2006 (03:11 UTC)
This may be a known problem with the way Asterisk sends DTMF via RFC2833 — I know that both blitzrage and damin were working on solving this problem, and that there's at least one bug in the bug tracker related to this particular problem. Hope that helps...
jsmith
Joined: Fri 03 of Mar, 2006

Re: Xlite DTMF inband, auto, or RFC2833?

Posted:Fri 03 of Mar, 2006 (03:10 UTC)
This may be a known problem with the way Asterisk sends DTMF via RFC2833 — I know that both blitzrage and damin were working on solving this problem, and that there's at least one bug in the bug tracker related to this particular problem. Hope that helps...
dfannin
Joined: Sat 18 of Feb, 2006

Xlite DTMF inband, auto, or RFC2833?

Posted:Thu 02 of Mar, 2006 (20:40 UTC)
I have a Catch-22 issue with using Xlite, and getting DTMF remote recoginition to work for all cases. <br>
If I set "DTMF Force Inband = No", then Asterisk will recognize DTMF keys, but calls made to remote numbers (via broadvoice) will not recognized DTMF keys. <br>
However, if I set it to "Yes", then the remote numbers work, but Asterisk doesn't. Is there a way to make this work in both cases? Here are the configuations for the Xten phone (110) and Broadvoice: <br>

Xten:

[110]
type=friend
secret=secret
host=dynamic
;nat=no
callerid="Caller ID" <110>
mailbox=110@default
canreinvite=no
disallow=all
allow=ulaw
allow=alaw
allow=ilbc
allow=gsm
dtmfmode=auto
context=home

Broadvoice:
[broadvoice]
type=peer
user=phone
host=sip.broadvoice.com
username=xxxxxxxxxx
fromuser=xxxxxxxxxx
authname=xxxxxxxxxx
fromdomain=sip.broadvoice.com
secret=secret
insecure=very
context=from-bv
dtmfmode=inband
canreinvite=no