Just got notice of this problem that started out of nowhere with our DTMF tones to dial access codes for our gotomeeting conferences. This worked perfectly for the past yr. Also with other confrence lines it reconizes the tones but sometimes it thinks you pressed the number twice.
I have solved this by changing DTMF mode from inband in trunk to auto… And in the extensions changing dtmfmode to inband. If you put DTMF in your logger. This may be a case for a higher authority. Keep posting, though. What kind of phones are you using? I monkied around with those. Also got some output now, it seems that it is being passed through but Gotomeeting wont acknowledge them:. Same as trying to enter my access code there recording keeps playing not acknowledging my pressing any keys.
Wondering if an update caused the issue or what we can possibly do to fix our problem. Thanks in advance, Joe.
When you hit a key it should show up on the tail. Also for extensions I have set: dtmfmode rfc Is this correct? Same as trying to enter my access code there recording keeps playing not acknowledging my pressing any keys Would give you my log and debug info but there is nothing to show.
Can give it to you anyways if you think it will help.Every provider that I know recommends rfc If it works on one, why not try it on the other two? Are all these numbers and companies on the same trunk s and behind the same firewall? Since dtmf out of band uses port you might want to see if you have something going on with your firewall. Try enable a range from Could also have something to do with your trunk provider but without more details of your setup I am just speculating at this point.
Can you suggest? Can anybody help me with this custom settings i want to add in Freepbx how to add it and where please help me out. Each business day Monday through Fridayfrom am to 4pm, the phone calls will be forwarded to a designated agency as follows:. If the line is busy when a caller calls in, the message the caller leaves will automatically go into the designated email box. After pm and on holidays and weekends, the messages will be sent to the email address of the next agency per the schedule.
Hello, I am setting up an IVR system internally in my lab. Theres no external routing for now. I have set the dtmfmode to RFC Can someone please help me. Thank you very much for your contribution.
I got locked out of my bank for example for entering my telephone banking number apparently incorrectly 3 times. It appears that tones are getting repeated. Eg if I keythe remote server gets it as Any ideas appreciated many thanks.There are more options that can be set up in a template that we did not cover in this quick overview.
To learn more about each option, click on the links below. You can set the configuration server directly from the phone or by accessing the phone GUI through a local web browser.
From the homepage of the GUI, click on Management from the options at the top. Then click on Auto Provision from the dropdown menu. Firmware from this version onward comes with automatic free-of-charge access to End-Point-Manager only for Sangoma phones and with pre-configured Sangoma Phone templates which are used to configure your phone. This password can be changed under the 'Global' settings of End Point Manager. The admin password can also be used as the login password for the phone if you do not know your voicemail password or do not have voicemail setup for your extension.
The following information describes how to modify the phone apps that are displayed on screen. Since phone app assignment is customizable we allow the user to customize. Once selecting the phone app the line key will be updated with the phone app. In the below image, the Call Flow phone app was chosen for line key 5. Feel free to change the default name. Evaluate Confluence today. Pages Blog. Page tree.
Browse pages. A t tachments 0 Page History. Jira links. Call Park- Used for one-touch Call Parking. Conference- Configures a conference button to allow 5-way conference calling. Each phone needs at least one line key. Record- Toggles on-demand call recording. Redial- Redials the last number.I have the newest version of the FreePBX distro 2. I have a phone that is directly connected to the same network as the PBX.
When I call into the IVR or call into voicemail, any buttons I push on the phone go through without a problem. However, I have another individual that uses my PBX and they have the same exact phone as me. He is connected through the Internet.
NAT settings are all set properly and he is able to call my extension or dial out anywhere without a problem. He can call into voicemail and put in his password, but it is not accepted. Does anyone else have such a problem, and is there any recommendations?
I suspect that his phone is not configured exactly the same as yours, with respect to sending DTMF. Also, make sure both phones have the latest firmware or at least the same firmware. Both phones have a web-based configuration utility - so I opened up both simultaneously and went through the settings. Everything is configured properly - although the other phone is in the Eastern Time Zone.
I did set it to Central Time same as mine to see if it made any difference and it does not. I had a similar experience that ended up being an intermittent issue related to the remote users router. He had a Belkin router that apparently did not play well with SIP. Probably not your issue, but may spark an idea. Hope you find your solution. Thank you! AdHominem UTC 2. Firmware and everything is identical as well.
Will try the softphone idea. He does have a softphone but never really used it.Hello, we are having a problem that when some calls come into our system the dtmf tones are not heard. The person will call in and they get to the ivr menu. They hear the recording and press the appropriate number, but nothing happens. The system does not pick up the tone. They do not even register in the dtmf logs. We are running FreePBX 5.
This configuration is suggested right from our provider. I have changed the dtmf mode to rfc, but that did not help either. I am very new to this and would appreciate any help that anyone could provide.
Please feel free to let me know if you need any additional information or have any ideas that I could try. We have nothing defined in the trunk configuration, but on the Asterisk sip settings page we allow ulaw, alaw and gsm. I have never had a problem with Vitelity using Gu and rfc, inbound, but consider adding DTMF to your logged events and debug that way.
I did have my logger set to log DTMF signals. The logger worked and it logged DTMF signals, however, at the times when the suspect calls came through, there was nothing in the dtmf logs. It is like the system did not hear anything at all. That would depend on how you are handling DTMF decoding, if you are using rfc it should be apparent in the sip debug messages, if you are using inband, then make sure you have signal ringing enabled on your inbound routes.
Sorry for the delay, I did not get the notice that you replied. Dtmf decoding is set to auto in the trunk configuration.
I have the signal ringing unchecked in the inbound route. The incoming calls are being routed directly to an ivr, could this be the issue? Is it recommended to set the dtmf decoding in the sip trunk to rfc? I was able to turn on sip debug logging in the asterisk console, but how do I get that log into a file?
Also, is it recommended to define the audio codecs in the sip trunk configuration? The suggested configuration from Vitelity is what is shown above and what I put in place. Thank you for any help that you can provide. I will make those changes this afternoon and let you know when I find something that could help more. Okay, with those changes made I have had another incoming call where the dtmf tones were not heard. This time I was able to get a log capture with sip debugging on.
I am having a hard time testing this since every test I run is successful. I only hear about the problem from clients who call and cant get through. Yes, dtmf logging is on. I had sent that log to Vitelity.
If the same people continually have issues, it is likely an issue with their terminating carrier. I see that is a Comcast number.
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It is very likely there is an issue on their end causing DTMF issues. If you can provide a pcap of a problem call, that may help us narrow down the issue. I am going to try to contact that person and ask them to try to get a hold of me again.It features audible tones in the frequency range of the human voice which are typically used when dialing a call on analog lines or when operating an IVR menu.
There are many other applications for this signaling. DTMF tones are generated by combining two tones of different frequency. The combination of two tones of certain frequencies will signify a digit being pressed on the keypad. These frequencies are described in standards which ensure compatibility between different systems.
Because DTMF tones are simply audio on the line, they can be heard in any conversation or audio recording on the line. Due to the nature of DTMF and inband signaling in general, any noise or distorting of audio on the line will in turn distort the tone, making detection by a remote system impossible. For DTMF to work reliably, the audio on the line must be clear and of high quality. It is important to bear this in mind when troubleshooting problems with DTMF.
If your Sangoma card is equipped with a hardware echo canceler, you can use it to detect DTMF tones which come through the card. They are:. It is important to note that the actual in-band tone will remain on the line. If you are having problems with digits being doubled doubled DTMFyou might try disabling DTMF detection on your PBX, as it could be detecting both the in-band tone as well as the generated event from the Wanpipe driver.
With this option enabled, DTMF tones detected on the line by the echo canceler will be removed from the audio before it is sent to the PBX. Please note that in some cases, systems with this option enabled have exhibited a side-effect of removing beeps from the inbound audio such as the beep from a voicemail system.
Both send the DTMF as events out of band. The third option is to send the tones inband just as a standard telephone would do. Wireshark is a very useful tool and has powerful filters and features to dissect a SIP call to see what is going on in the exchange. It is even possible to play back the RTP stream and hear the audio of the call.
If the audio quality is poor or there is network congestion, this will prevent the normal function of inband DTMF. When attempting to diagnose and correct issues with DTMF, the best way to get a picture of what is happening on the line is to take audio recordings from your PBX. This enables you to hear the tones exactly as they are being sent to or received from the Sangoma hardware.
If the problem can be heard in the audio to or from the PBX, this will give you a good idea of where the problem is being introduced. This tactic works well for troubleshooting general audio issues as well.
Once the audio recording is captured, you can open it with a sound editing program Audacity for example, which is free and open-source and listen to the audio or view the waveform. The steps to capture audio from the PBX will differ depending on which software is being used.
The steps outlined here will deal with Asterisk and Freeswitch, though most PBXs will have some method by which this can be accomplished and could likely be found in the documentation for the software.It is a work in progress.
But this setup does seem to work. I have actually reached out to Flowroute and asked them to go over the guide to see if there was anything I should add, and their comments are at the bottom.
Note: This tutorial assumes you have a static IP for your server. Set your preferred PoP within Flowroute. Go to Flowroute.
Set DTMF Mode
Set your preffered PoP. Preferred PoP. Set general settings General. Optionally set Authentication and Registration to none. Sip Settings A.
And make note of the port you are listening on. This will be used when you route calls from Flowroute to your PBX:. It should now appear like: Sip Credentials are Disabled. The firewall automatically allows traffic from your trunks on only the port of the protocol they use.
Edit 2: I reached out to Flowroute to see if they could confirm this guide, and this was their response:. Thanks for creating this doc, we are presently adding or revising the articles at Flowroute Support.
I contacted Flowroute and they said that yes, this settings should be set to yes. So I updated this guide to include that. It was unnecessary. Edit 5: I removed the firewall settings section, as that was unnecessary as well. The FreePBX built-in firewall handles this automatically. Awesome write-up. I have been using this on a demo server for a couple of weeks with no issues. Not that I know of.