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Dear All

Any one have any idea how to change the disconnect tone values on my Elastix 2.0 server to to be the same as my country value and this for calls that come to PSTN card then go to extension
scenario
i made call from my mobile to my land line that connected to Elastix box through 4 FXO card and this call go to specific extension if i hanged up the call when it is just ringing the extension still ringing for extra 3 rings ,so what i want when hang up this call the extension stop also riging
i made many searches an i read that i have to make this by changing the PSTN disconnect tone values to my country values so how can i do this ??
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Question by:tahasip
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by:jfaubiontx
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Here is a link to information that should help.

Bahrain Disconnect
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by:tahasip
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thanks for you replay
but i tried it and it didnot work with me and i really dont know which zone i have to chose
and for dicko comment i didnot get any step more than the first comment so, if you know exactly what to do please tell me thansk
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by:tahasip
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Dear jfaubiontx and all
what i did
1- in /etc/modprobe.conf  i added options wctdm opermode=BAHRAIN
2-in /etc/dahdi/system.conf i made the default zone and the load zone =bh
and this is my /var/log/messages
Sep 19 13:34:51 localhost kernel: Freshmaker passed register test
Sep 19 13:34:52 localhost kernel: Module 0: Installed -- AUTO FXO (BAHRAIN mode)
Sep 19 13:34:52 localhost kernel: Module 1: Installed -- AUTO FXO (BAHRAIN mode)
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: Module 2: Installed -- AUTO FXO (BAHRAIN mode)
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: Module 3: Installed -- AUTO FXO (BAHRAIN mode)
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: Found a Wildcard TDM: Wildcard TDM400P REV I (4 modules)
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: dahdi_transcode: Loaded.
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: INFO-xpp: revision Unknown MAX_XPDS=64 (8*8)
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: INFO-xpp: FEATURE: with BRISTUFF support
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: INFO-xpp: FEATURE: with PROTOCOL_DEBUG
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: INFO-xpp: FEATURE: with sync_tick() from DAHDI
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: INFO-xpp_usb: revision Unknown
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: usbcore: registered new driver xpp_usb
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: Unified AP4XX PCI Card Driver
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: DAHDI Dynamic Span support LOADED
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: vzaphfc: HFC-S PCI A ISDN (V1.42) loading
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: wcopenpci: Module loaded
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: rxt1: no version for "dahdi_hdlc_putbuf" found: kernel tainted.
Sep 19 13:34:53 localhost kernel: dahdi: Registered tone zone 0 (United States / North America)
Sep 19 13:34:54 localhost kernel: All TDMoE multiframe span groups are active.
Sep 19 13:34:56 localhost kernel: NET: Registered protocol family 10
Sep 19 13:34:56 localhost kernel: lo: Disabled Privacy Extensions
Sep 19 13:34:56 localhost kernel: IPv6 over IPv4 tunneling driver
Sep 19 13:34:56 localhost ntpd[2464]: ntpd 4.2.2p1@1.1570-o Sat Dec 19 00:58:16 UTC 2009 (1)
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: precision = 1.000 usec
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: Listening on interface wildcard, 0.0.0.0#123 Disabled
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: Listening on interface wildcard, ::#123 Disabled
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: Listening on interface lo, ::1#123 Enabled
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: bind() fd 19, family 10, port 123, scope 2, addr fe80::225:64ff:fe9a:14ae, in6_is_addr_multicast=0 flags=1 fails: Cannot assign requested address
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: Listening on interface lo, 127.0.0.1#123 Enabled
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: Listening on interface eth0, 192.168.0.80#123 Enabled
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: kernel time sync status 0040
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost xinetd[2449]: xinetd Version 2.3.14 started with libwrap loadavg labeled-networking options compiled in.
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost xinetd[2449]: Started working: 1 available service
Sep 19 13:34:57 localhost ntpd[2466]: frequency initialized 8.350 PPM from /var/lib/ntp/drift
Sep 19 13:35:05 localhost FaxQueuer[2969]: HylaFAX (tm) Version 4.3.9
Sep 19 13:35:05 localhost FaxQueuer[2969]: Copyright (c) 1990-1996 Sam Leffler
Sep 19 13:35:05 localhost FaxQueuer[2969]: Copyright (c) 1991-1996 Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Sep 19 13:35:05 localhost HylaFAX[2973]: HylaFAX INET Protocol Server: restarted.
Sep 19 13:35:06 localhost saslauthd[3002]: detach_tty      : master pid is: 3002
Sep 19 13:35:06 localhost saslauthd[3002]: ipc_init        : listening on socket: /var/run/saslauthd/mux
Sep 19 13:35:08 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: OPEN /dev/ttyIAX1  HylaFAX (tm) Version 4.3.9
Sep 19 13:35:09 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM set DTR OFF
Sep 19 13:35:09 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM set baud rate: 0 baud (flow control unchanged)
Sep 19 13:35:09 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: DELAY 75 ms
Sep 19 13:35:09 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM set DTR ON
Sep 19 13:35:09 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: DELAY 2600 ms
Sep 19 13:35:12 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM set baud rate: 19200 baud, input flow XON/XOFF, output flow XON/XOFF
Sep 19 13:35:12 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: DELAY 10 ms
Sep 19 13:35:12 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM flush i/o
Sep 19 13:35:12 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [4:ATZ\r]
Sep 19 13:35:12 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [3:ATZ]
Sep 19 13:35:12 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:12 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: DELAY 3000 ms
Sep 19 13:35:15 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM flush i/o
Sep 19 13:35:15 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [10:AT+VCID=1\r]
Sep 19 13:35:15 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [9:AT+VCID=1]
Sep 19 13:35:15 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:15 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [7:ATS0=0\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [6:ATS0=0]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [5:ATE0\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [4:ATE0]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [5:ATV1\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [5:ATQ0\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [7:ATS8=2\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [8:ATS7=60\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [12:AT+FCLASS=?\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [7:0,1,1.0]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports "Data"
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports "Class 1"
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports "Class 1.0"
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [12:AT+FCLASS=1\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [5:ATI3\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [19:www.soft-switch.org]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM: Mfr www.soft-switch.org
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [5:ATI0\r]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [7:spandsp]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM: Model spandsp
Sep 19 13:35:16 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [9:AT+FTM=?\r]
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [39:24,48,72,73,74,96,97,98,121,122,145,146]
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 3.85 line/mm
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 7.7 line/mm
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 15.4 line/mm
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports R16 x 15.4 line/mm
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 200 x 100 dpi
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 200 x 200 dpi
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 200 x 400 dpi
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 300 x 300 dpi
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 2400 bit/s
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 4800 bit/s
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 7200 bit/s
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 9600 bit/s
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 12000 bit/s
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 14400 bit/s
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports A4 page width (215 mm)
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports B4 page width (255 mm)
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports A3 page width (303 mm)
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports A4 page length (297 mm)
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports B4 page length (364 mm)
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports unlimited page length
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 1-D MH
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 2-D MR
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 2-D MMR
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports no ECM
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports T.30 Annex A, 64-byte ECM
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports T.30 Annex A, 256-byte ECM
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 0 ms/scanline
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 5 ms/scanline
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 10 ms, 5 ms/scanline
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 10 ms/scanline
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 20 ms, 10 ms/scanline
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 20 ms/scanline
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 40 ms, 20 ms/scanline
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM Supports 40 ms/scanline
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM WWW.SOFT-SWITCH.ORG spandsp/
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [5:ATM0\r]
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: <-- [9:AT+FAR=1\r]
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: --> [2:OK]
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: STATE CHANGE: BASE -> RUNNING (timeout 30)
Sep 19 13:35:17 localhost FaxGetty[3066]: MODEM input buffering disabled
Sep 19 13:38:13 localhost ntpd[2466]: synchronized to LOCAL(0), stratum 10
Sep 19 13:38:13 localhost ntpd[2466]: kernel time sync enabled 0001
Sep 19 13:39:19 localhost ntpd[2466]: synchronized to 131.211.84.189, stratum 1


Now it semmed that the configuration is ok
as i can see BAHRAIN mode
but i faces two major problems
1- echo when calls come to the fxo card
2-when make the call come direct to the extension not through the ivr the disconnect probllem still exist

also note when chang this default and load zones to say in the echo problemm disappear as on zones i think it didnot know what it bh .
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by:tahasip
ID: 33715028
Hello
is any one here ??
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jfaubiontx earned 500 total points
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Sounds like you need to install the Open Source Line Echo Canceller or OSLEC for the echo control. Rowetel has a good page for OSLEC and installing it. Check out his page here:

Rowetel-OSLEC


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