[Freeswitch-users] Interesting Problem with SPA 3000

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Mon Jan 19 10:43:53 PST 2009


Is it possible that your SPA is not properly detecting hangups? I'm
wondering if there is a setting in the SPA3000 for your country.
(Australia, no?) Please check your SPA settings and report back.

On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 10:27 AM, Scott Ellis
<scott.ellis at novatex.com.au> wrote:
> I have an interesting problem with a set up using two (or more) SPA 3000's.
> I make a call out on the unit to a PSTN line - great.
> I then try and make another call out on that line - it fails and moves
> on to the next one in the bridge call statement. It then goes through on
> the second unit.
> Almost always 1:30 later, I get an inbound call from the PSTN showing up
> in FreeSwitch, which goes to an extension - and when answered bridges
> that extension onto the existing call.
> Now I am sure that this behaviour from the SPA is a little odd, but does
> anyone have any tips for dealing with it from the dialplan? Most obvious
> being a way to not call the first unit when it already is active...
> I do not have it defined as a gateway - just using
> sofia/internal/$1 at so make a call.
> Scott
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