[Freeswitch-users] Tones.conf data for Argentina

Gonzalo Servat gservat at gmail.com
Fri Nov 14 05:32:39 PST 2008


I've got a single port FXO card which works really well with FS. I even got
Zaptel patched with OSLEC which eliminted the little echo I had. The only
trouble I'm left with is that when I call my house and let it ring twice
then hangup, FS would never detect that the remote side hanged up. I figured
my telco doesn't vary the signal levels on hangup so my only choice is
detecting hangup by tones. I decided to try the tone_detect app as follows:

      <action application="tone_detect" data="busy 425 r +2000 hangup

Here is the tones data from the ITU document:

Argentine Republic
Busy tone -                         425           0.3 on 0.2 off
Congestion tone -                   425           0.3 on 0.4 off
Dial tone -                         425           continuous
End of three party service tone -   950/1400/1800 1x(3x0.33 on)
Ringing tone -                      425           1.0 on 4.0 off
Service activated tone -            425           1.0 on 0.25 off
Warning tone - operator intervening 1400          5x0.1 on 1.9 off
Waiting tone -                      425           0.4 on 0.2 off 0.4 on 4.0
Call waiting tone -                 425           0.3 on 10.0 off

The tone_detect app works mostly fine, except that it sometimes "detects" a
busy tone right in the middle of a phone call. I say "sometimes" because I
can often have an hour-long conversation without a problem. Call waiting is
disabled on the line.

Would it work better if I removed the tone_detect app and setup the right
info in tones.conf? I tried looking at the only country setup in tones.conf
(US) while comparing to the ITU document, and there are some numbers in
tones.conf that don't make sense which makes it hard for me to figure out
what I need to put in tones.conf.

Thanks in advance for any help!
- Gonzalo
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