Asterisk SIP DTMF

what should be in the info message when sending Asterisk "*" or "10"?

it seems that some phones come with default as in-band DTMF, and this does not work with Asterisk' voicemail system. The question is covered in: Asterisk sip dtmfmode

Grandstream phones seem to come with in-band DTMF, which will work if you have ulaw enabled. Cisco phones also seem to come this way.

what should be in the info message when sending Asterisk "*" or "10"?

it seems that some phones come with default as in-band DTMF, and this does not work with Asterisk' voicemail system. The question is covered in: Asterisk sip dtmfmode

Grandstream phones seem to come with in-band DTMF, which will work if you have ulaw enabled. Cisco phones also seem to come this way.

Created by: avid, Last modification: Tue 16 of Nov, 2004 (17:39 UTC) by mcr
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