Asterisk can produce a beep sound when doing a DTMF attended transfer by setting the relevant options in features.conf
But if you use the SIP phones transfer feature buttons, the default is that there is no beep tone.
If you want to produce a beep tone when the transfer is completed using the feature keys, Asterisk has a relatively hidden option for that.
Set the ATTENDED_TRANSFER_COMPLETE_SOUND channel variable to ‘beep’ prior to dialling and that will cause the recipient to hear a beep tone.
You install Asterisk 12 successfully but receive the following error when trying to launch asterisk:
asterisk: error while loading shared libraries: libjansson.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
echo “/usr/local/lib” > /etc/ld.so.conf.d/usr_local.conf
I’m not expert on this. Can anyone explain why this works? I’ll give you a link to your website in return.
Howto overcome the ‘Unknown RTP codec 126 received from’ in Asterisk with Counterpath Bria/X-lite etc.
To overcome the ‘Unknown RTP codec 126 received’ in Asterisk, disable the Counterpath proprietary keep-alive messages in X-Lite/Bria by unchecking the ‘Send SIP keep-alives’ option in the advanced account settings.
I had a problem recently with a user who upgraded to XLite 5 SIP Softphone.
Regardless of the numbers and settings, XLite 5 will force you to dial in the international format, regardless of whether that is correct.
To get around this issue, dial x before any number which will make xlite think you are dialling an internal extension and therefore won’t play with the number dialled.
For example, x001555123456
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