SO SKY, it seem to work good now. its hell alot of try/error
actully fxotune fixed it.
but the thing is it was hard to run fxotune, since it needed to be run while dhadi up
if you “fxotune -i -n 4 -b 1 -e 1 -p -vvv” run at first you will get
"/dev/dahdi/1 absent: Device or resource busy"
now after you turn off you and try run it you get
"/dev/dahdi/1 absent: No such file or directory"
the only way for this to work is to run dahdi solo, without freepbx or astrisk
fxotune -i -n 4 -b 1 -e 1 -p -vvv
too but i could not find anyone who experienced this.
another thing is to turn off the hardware echo, for some reason when i used dhadi_genconf, to see if its up
i saw all the time “(EC: VPMOCT032 - INACTIVE)” in dhadi-channels
i saw some error in asterisk, its was reported but not fixed, i guess i can safely ignore this issue, because this file is not in used anyway, so i deleted it.
but to turn the on the hardware echo, yes. i had go to diguim site and see, and in Free-PBX dahdi-> system settings i added echocanceller = HWEC,1,3
this after dahdi_cfg -vvv, i edited system naunally but i noticed freepbx can overwrite it, so i added in gui, correct?
it seem the only way to check if the hardware echo is on is by “dahdi show channel”
anyway everything seem to work ok now, but i still having major issue, which seem it doesnt have answer really
I cant see Caller phone at my sip phones, calles that are coming from pstn lines are allways shown as "unkown"
I tried all the options like that did here “http://www.freepbx.org/forum/freepbx/users/caller-id-not-working”
I am releasing that my provider isnt support caller id somehow, but my question for you is. how i am suppose to know if its carrying caller id or not?
Well, i guess i gonnna plug normal phone into the pstn line and see if i get one…