[Freeswitch-users] Voicemails chopped at 10 seconds (randomly!)
vladimir.ralev at gmail.com
Fri Apr 25 00:19:28 MSD 2014
Also check http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Variable_record_waste_resources,
recording doesn't send RTP by default causing remote parties to
On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 10:37 PM, Peter Hartmann <peter at hartmanncomputer.com
> Hey, I have a user that randomly gets voicemails chopped off at
> exactly 10 seconds. This is using a Sangoma A200 analog card....so
> it's not a NAT problem. Apparently this has nothing to do with
> silence detection as I've tried different settings for that. Cutoffs
> happen in mid word and the audio file length is exactly the same in
> each when it happens....not always.
> There's nothing unique about the way and which calls get to this users
> mailbox. IVR does this: "transfer 1201 XML default".
> Users mailbox is 1201 and the caller is redacted to 212xxxxxxx.
> Here's the FS Log for one of the calls that had a 10 second voicemail.
> Here's Local Extension dialplan snippet that the calls pass through in
> the event I'm doing something wrong there.
> Admittedly this is a bit out of date:
> FreeSWITCH Version 1.5.8b+git~20140124T004436Z~bd7182c390~64bit (git
> bd7182c 2014-01-24 00:44:36Z 64bit)
> I'm perplexed!
> Thank very much in advance!
> Peter Hartmann
> Hartmann Computer Consulting
> If I can't explain it to you in plain language, that means I don't
> understand it.
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