[Freeswitch-dev] mod_com_g729 Codec license Transcoding not working

Anand Sivaraj S anand.sivaraj at teleapps.com
Thu Sep 19 13:52:21 UTC 2019



I've purchased 6 g729 codec license and activated it successfully.


When I establish a call from my Service Provider ( using G729 ), call is
received through the SIP Trunk.


In FreeSwitch I have routed the call to an extension.


When a sip client ( MircoSIP) logged into that extension ( configured for
G.711 u-law and G.711 A-law)


Call is not getting transferred and it returns currently not available.


But When the sip client ( MircoSIP) is configured for G.711 u-law and G.711
A-law and G729 8kHz, then the call is going through.


My concern is even after purchasing G729 license, Transcoding is not


If anyone has come across this problem and found a solution, your inputs are
appreciated. Thank you.



My Configuration values I the respective files are 


/usr/local/freeswitch/ conf/sip_profiles/external/EXTSIPGW.xml :



  <gateway name=" EXTSIPGW ">

  <param name="proxy" value=""/>

   <param name="register" value="false"/>

   <param name="caller-id-in-from" value="true"/>

   <param name="username" value="not-used"/>

   <param name="password" value="not-used"/>

   <param name="contact-params" value="tport=tcp"/>

   <param name="register-transport" value="tcp"/>




/usr/local/freeswitch/ conf/vars.xml :


  <X-PRE-PROCESS cmd="set"

  <X-PRE-PROCESS cmd="set"



/usr/local/freeswitch/ conf/autoload_configs/modules.conf.xml :


<!-- Codec Interfaces -->

    <load module="mod_spandsp"/>

    <load module="mod_g723_1"/>

    <!--<load module="mod_com_g729"/>-->

    <load module="mod_com_g729"/>

    <load module="mod_amr"/>

    <!--<load module="mod_ilbc"/>-->

    <!--<load module="mod_h26x"/>-->

    <load module="mod_b64"/>

    <!--<load module="mod_siren"/>-->

    <!--<load module="mod_isac"/>-->

    <load module="mod_opus"/>


fs_cli: Log


freeswitch at debian> g729_info

G.729A license available => 6

G.729A license allocated => 0



Anand Sivaraj S



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