Hi, I try to learn playback feature.
exten => 5,2,Playback(/usr/share/asterisk/sounds/hello-world)
I installed asterisk from Ubuntu packages ( sudo apt-get install asterisk ).
hulahula*CLI> show version
Asterisk 220.127.116.11 built by buildd @ terranova on a i686 running Linux on 2006-08-04 06:49:36 UTC
This is my sip.conf:
[general] context=default srvlookup=yes videosupport=yes ; Turn on support for SIP video realm=hulahula disallow=all ; First disallow all codecs allow=gsm allow=ulaw ; Allow codecs in order of preference allow=alaw allow=speex allow=h261 allow=h263 allow=h263p [john] type=friend secret=welcome qualify=yes ; Qualify peer is no more than 2000 ms away nat=no ; This phone is not natted host=dynamic ; This device registers with us canreinvite=no ; Asterisk by default tries to redirect context=internal ; the internal context controls what we can do
This is my extensions.conf
[internal] exten => 5,1,Answer() exten => 5,2,Playback(/usr/share/asterisk/sounds/hello-world) exten => 5,3,Hangup()
I run asterisk server and client in local lan.
Ok, I test it with yate softphone:
When I click 5 and dial it, it connects and I can hear the sound but it is messed up. I didn’t know what it say. The sound came very quickly. But the volume is okay. The sound is quite loud.
I got this in my asterisk console ( in server ):
– Executing Answer(“SIP/john-ac53”, “”) in new stack
– Executing Playback(“SIP/john-ac53”, “/usr/share/asterisk/sounds/hello-world”) in new stack
– Playing ‘/usr/share/asterisk/sounds/hello-world’ (language ‘en’)
Ok, what’s wrong? Oh yeah any software to listen gsm file in linux? I just curious what hello-world.gsm sounds like.