I have installed Asterisk on two Fedora 5 systems.
On the first machine everything is OK, very good sound.
But, on the another machine (nearly exactly a copy of the first), when making an outgoing call, the sound is “dipping” / dissapearing approx 300-500ms every 20 second!
When running top -d1 I see that it is exactly the same 20 seconds everytime, call after call (xx:04, xx:24, xx:44 and so on).
For testing I’m calling a land-based line (PSTN) and sets the call on hold to listen to MoH. I’ve also tested putting the called (PSTN) phone near a radio and listen in the IP-phone. Then the reverse, putting the IP-phone at the radio and listen in the PSTN-phone.
The 20-sec glitch appears in the MoH and outgoing radio-sound (IP -> PSTN), but not the opposite.
I’ve reinstalled the 2:nd machine 4-5 times now, testing Fedora 6, Fedora 5, Asterisk 1.2.13, 1.2.15 and 1.2.16.
Changed the processor from Celeron 2GHz to P4 Dual Core 3GHz, upgraded memory to 1GB.
I’ve compared every running service on the machines, exactly the same.
I’m using Thirdlane Multi Tenant PBX Manager to make the .conf-files on both machines.
The same .conf-files on both machines.
Anyone heard about this before, or can guide me in some direction?
I’ve installed a dozen Asterisk / AAH / Trixbox on Fedora 4, Fedora 5, CentOS without any problems…
Regards - Tomas