NEED MORE INFO Recordings

Discussion in 'Help' started by drdrew, Jul 7, 2013.

  1. drdrew

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    I'm having issues with recording of calls using G729. When I make calls using IAX2 one half of the conversation (the called party) sounds garbled or underwater. When I use SIP the called party sounds fine but my voice sounds like it is speeded up. My provider says its a timing issue.

    What I have tried so far:
    1) I have tried using internal-timing=yes in Asterisk.conf and have disabled all timing sources except for DAHDI based on another suggestion in the forum.
    2) I have changed my allow=g729 to allow=g729:60

    Any other suggestions? I'm getting this issue with all my boxes that use Asterisk/PIAF

    PIAF color = GREEN
    Asterisk Status = ONLINE
    Dahdi Status = ONLINE
    MySql Status = ONLINE
    SSH Status = ONLINE
    Apache Status = ONLINE
    Iptables Status = ONLINE
    Ip6tables Status = ONLINE
    Fail2ban Status = ONLINE
    IP Connect Status = ONLINE
    Free Disk Space = ADEQUATE
    Free Memory = ADEQUATE
    NTPD Status = ONLINE
    Sendmail Status = ONLINE
    Samba Status = OFFLINE
    Webmin Status = ONLINE
    Ethernet 0 Status = ONLINE
    Ethernet 1 Status = N/A
    Wlan Status = N/A
    PIAF Installed Version = 2.0.6.4
    Freepbx Version = 2.11.0.2
    Running Asterisk =
    Asterisk Source Version = 11.4.0
    Dahdi Source = UNAVAILABLE
    Libpri Source = 1.4.12
    System Verified = *NOT VERIFIED*
    pbx.local on 192.168.2.250 - eth0
    CentOS release 6.4 (Final) :32 Bit Kernel: 2.6.32-358.6.2.el6.i686
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  2. Chris Sweeney

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    Please post the output of "module show like timing"
     
  3. Chris Sweeney

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    Also run dahdi_test for a few minutes and post the results.