I just installled the FreePBX distro with the SNG7-FPBX-64bit-1904-2.iso.
I created several extensions and installed 1 trunk succesfully.
Test calls internally and externall (outbound) are also succesful.
I’am using 1 Grandstream GXP 1630 and 3x Mizodroid on Android phones.
When I connect my inbound route to a ring group, and call my trunk, all my static agents (all my extensions) ring.
I do not answer, but hangup the call.
The second I do that, all extensions almost instantly stop ringing.
This is the behaviour I am expecting from my ringing group.
When I replace the ring group with a queue and call my trunk, all my extensions will also ring.
However when I, “the caller” hangs up the call before it is picked up, all extensions will stop ringing with some delay (so not as instantly as with the ring group).)
Within seconds all extensions start ringing again for a few seconds and stop again.
This start/stop ringing is repeated 3 to 4 times, while there NO incomming call anymore.
Picking up a ringing extensions therefore result in a pickup without a call.
Has anyone encounter this feature of repeated ringing and know how to turn it off?
Though they can be set otherwise, by default a Ring Group does not answer the trunk until an extension picks up, but a Queue does (to play announcements, music, etc.)
Disconnecting an answered call is different from abandoning an unanswered one.
As a test, temporarily route the trunk directly to the Grandstream. Call in, answer the Grandstream, confirm that audio is flowing both ways, then hang up your mobile. The Grandstream should show the call drop almost immediately. If not, post details about the trunk, as well as your network environment.
I understand the diffirence between RingGroups and Queues.
But should Asterisk detect the call hang up instantly in both instances?
My FreePBX Distro is running on a Vmware (workstation).
My router (a Draytek) is placed into the DMZ of my internet (100 Mb/s) modem (192.168.1.1).
SipALG has been turned off on the router.
In the past I have used RASPBX (with the same provider), but I did not have this issue.
A few months ago I tested this account with a Fritz!Box, Gigaset N510 IP Pro and a Panasonic TPA60 ( all DECT systems) without any problem with incoming or outgoing calls.
I could route the inbound call directly to the extension of the Grandstream and per your suggestion pick up and test the call quality.
However I have to wait until tommorow (because I am at home rightnow:grinning:)