[Spce-user] mr3.7.1 and conferences
mstorck at voipgate.com
Wed Jan 21 07:08:20 EST 2015
Well I found the Sound Set part… I cannot find the place where to define the PIN however…
> Hello Andrew,
> I don’t need to rollback to the previous conference system.
> However, I have not found where to define that PIN and where to define those sound files. The documentation doesn’t say anything about conferences (at least I haven’t found the right spot).
>> Signed PGP part
>> Hi Marc,
>> indeed, there has been some reorganization going on in mr3.7.1 around
>> the voice prompts. We have removed the ngcp-asterisk-sounds and
>> ngcp-sems-prompts and now provide all voice prompts in ngcp-prompts
>> package. But the conference prompts need to be uploaded now via the
>> web interface in the Sound Sets page. Also you need to set the PIN for
>> the conference in the subscriber preferences.
>> Actually now I'm thinking that we should provide the old conference
>> app for the backward compatibility with those subscribers that do not
>> have the sound sets or the PIN set. A simple switch in config.yml
>> would do it. For now you may change your proxy.cfg.customtt.tt2 if you
>> want to rollback to the old conference module: search for #!ifdef
>> ENABLE_CONFERENCE and change the block below to the following:
>> if(uri =~ "@conference\.local$")
>> xlog("L_NOTICE", "Conference request - [%
>> logreq -%]\n");
>> append_hf("P-App-Name: conference\r\n");
>> [% debug_dump('exit', 'ROUTE_FIND_CALLEE') %]
>> On 01/21/2015 12:14 PM, Marc Storck wrote:
>>> Good afternoon,
>>> yesterday I upgraded to mr3.7.1.
>>> I’ve now noticed that the conferences are inaccessible.
>>> kamailio-proxy logs:
>>> Failure route for hunt call -
>>> R=sip:conf=1234567890 at conference.local ID=3996539423 at 1_2_3_4
>>> The corresponding SIP message is:
>>> U 2015/01/21 12:09:32.570559 127.0.0.1:5062 -> 127.0.0.1:5060
>>> SIP/2.0 480 Unavailable' Record-Route:
>>> Via: SIP/2.0/UDP
>>> Via: SIP/2.0/UDP
>> From: "calling-party" <sip:calling-party at sld.tld>;tag=440842921'
>>> <sip:called-party at sld.tld;user=phone>;tag=4D2384F1-54BF88EC000897E0-0AFC0700'
>> Call-ID: 3489192731 at 1_2_3_4'
>>> CSeq: 3 INVITE' Content-Length: 0’
>>> Unfortunately I found no other clues. I hope someone here can point
>>> me into the right direction.
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