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# 192034 24-Feb-2016 20:27
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Yep I'm going to be one of those guys. embarassed Have spent several hours today trying to set up vfx today to no avail and about to bash my head against the wall knowing me I'm probably missing something simple. yell Anyway I was wondering if someone can help me with this? I found this thread from a year ago http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=65&topicid=164433 but haven't found anything on there that has been able to help me. Here are the settings emailed me from wxc: 

 

 

 

Below are some basic settings for your Asterisk server, these settings are not intended as a guide to setting up Asterisk, but will provide you with the necessary details to register with the VFX service.

 

Trunk/Peer Settings:
[General]
port = 5060
dtmfmode = rfc2833
disallow=all
allow=g729
allow=ulaw
allow=alaw
allow=g722

registertimeout = 20
regseconds = 180

 

[VFX]
type=peer
fromuser=033850848 ; this is your Voice Number i.e. 09950XXXX
host=pan.wxnz.net
insecure=invite,port
canreinvite=no
nat=yes
secret=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
username=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

 

 

 

Here are the settings I have tried the first 2 images are of the voip basic setting page and the last 3 are of the voip advanced setting page (sorry didn't know how to save them as 1 image each) 

 

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I have played around with settings for hours but haven't had any luck would really appreciate any advice on getting things up and running, thank you. 

 

 

 

 


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  # 1499039 25-Feb-2016 10:56
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Hey, did you have a look at this from the old thread? https://i.imgur.com/mjhorOJ.png

 

 

 

Try making your CID name & number as your phone number, and make sure that you got your right Auth Name and PW in. You may also need to enable the "SIP registrar"


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  # 1499112 25-Feb-2016 13:06
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Also maybe this helps?

 

 

 

https://www.willhughes.name/blog/wxc-voip-on-an-orcon-geniusnetcomm-nv4f/


 
 
 
 




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  # 1499498 26-Feb-2016 01:11
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Omg I did it!!!!! laughing

 

WOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! LOL!

 

Here are my settings maybe they will help someone in the future?! smile

 

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  # 1499507 26-Feb-2016 07:34
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I highly doubt you'll have DTMF working since you've opted to only use G.729 (which is low bitrate and poor quality compares to the standard G.711a) and DTMF inband rather than RFC2833. You can't send DTMF tones using a compressed codec.

 

 




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  # 1499757 26-Feb-2016 12:00
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Huh, please explain? All I know is that I got the bloody thing working after hours and hours of trying!

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  # 1499829 26-Feb-2016 13:41
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DTMF should be RFC2833.

 

 

 

What sbiddle is saying, is that with your DTMF settings, calling your bank and pressing an option on the IVR will probably result in your keypress not being recognized.

 

 

 

And codec priority should be in this order:

 

g722 (probably won't take advantage of it as you're using an analog phone)

 

g711a

 

g711u

 

g729




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  # 1500144 26-Feb-2016 19:53
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Thanks guys have changed my settings DTMF to RFC2833 (relay payload setting 101)

 

 

 

1. g722

 

2. g711a

 

3. g711u

 

4. g729

 

 

 

Hope I have correct settings now? 


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