I am here in Germany connected to the telephone system with a PRI interface:
00:0b.0 Network controller: Tiger Jet Network Inc. Tiger3XX Modem/ISDN
interface. I have asterisk 22.214.171.124 and zaptel 1.2.5 running. To let DID work,
I have set the options overlapdial=yes and immediate=no in zapata.conf. here
is my zapata.conf:
signalling=pri_cpe ; pri_cpe = PRI slave ; pri_net = PRI master
channel => 1-15,17-31
but when I issue a reload chan_zap in the asterisk console, then I can see the
following in the log output:
Jul 21 14:20:16 DEBUG config.c: Parsing /etc/asterisk/zapata-auto.conf
Jul 21 14:20:16 DEBUG config.c:
Jul 21 14:20:16 WARNING chan_zap.c: Ignoring signalling
Jul 21 14:20:16 WARNING chan_zap.c: Ignoring switchtype
Jul 21 14:20:16 WARNING chan_zap.c: Ignoring rxwink
Jul 21 14:20:16 WARNING chan_zap.c: Ignoring nationalprefix
Jul 21 14:20:16 WARNING chan_zap.c: Ignoring internationalprefix
Jul 21 14:20:16 WARNING chan_zap.c: Ignoring localprefix
Jul 21 14:20:16 WARNING chan_zap.c: Ignoring overlapdial
Jul 21 14:20:16 DEBUG chan_zap.c: Updated conferencing on 1, with 0
I have no clue why it says it is ignoring the overlapdial option.
Jul 21 10:49:56 VERBOSE logger.c: – Accepting overlap call
from ‘08153123450’ to ‘96743’ on channel 0/1, span 1
Jul 21 10:49:56 DEBUG devicestate.c: Changing state for Zap/1 - state 2
Jul 21 10:49:56 DEBUG app_queue.c: Device ‘Zap/1’ changed to state ‘2’
Jul 21 10:49:56 VERBOSE logger.c: – Starting simple switch
so the last two digits are missing.
so about 80% of the incoming calls work well, but especially with one sender
we have a problem, there is always the last digit missing. This is a 1-800
service in the US, forwarding the call to our asterisk. As a workaround I
configured it to call to XXXXX580 and have an inbound route set for XXXXX58 to
the number I want to reach.
any idea what I can do? especially why it says it ignores the overlapdial
parameter, and why it is accepting them nevertheless?
are there any timing parameters to tell asterisk to wait a second longer for
the last digit? some rx… tx… parameters in the zapata.conf?
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