|Summary:||ASTERISK-15312: Can't handle frames in 2 format - revisited|
|Reporter:||Nicolas Chapleau (nicchap)||Labels:|
|Date Opened:||2009-12-14 15:08:24.000-0600||Date Closed:||2011-07-27 13:26:56|
|Description:||Please refer to issue # 0015129 for full description|
I had the same issue as described in 15129 while using 18.104.22.168. When I updated to 22.214.171.124 all was OK. Today the behavior crept back in but this time when dealing with a language change prior to the transfer.
This happens using FastAGI on one leg using and using a Macro when transferring and waiting for an agent to press a DTMF on the other. Once the DTMF is pressed, the warning above shows up and the transfer fails. The weird thing is that it only happens when a new language is selected in the initial call (french in my case), all is well when the call is in english.
****** ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ******
Sangoma A104D quad PRI cards with wanpipe version 3.4.7
CentOS 5.3 final - Linux 2.6.18-164.el5 SMP X86_64
Dahdi-linux 126.96.36.199, tools 2.2.0
Call -> Asterisk -> FastAGI server
script in pseudo code:
Call(Local, number, 30, "mM(transferscript&language)")
play a message
wait for a DTMF
Again, it all works when the language is english, but as soon as I choose french, the transfer fails once the DTMF is pressed. I noticed that if I set the language to english in the transferscript, the error does not occur. All voice files are present on both languages.
I can reproduce this 100% of the time, and yes this is a Weird one.
|Comments:||By: Russell Bryant (russell) 2011-07-27 13:26:49.979-0500|
Per the Asterisk maintenance timeline page at http://www.asterisk.org/asterisk-versions maintenance (bug) support for the 1.4 and 1.6.x branches has ended. For continued maintenance support please move to the 1.8 branch which is a long term support (LTS) branch. For more information about branch support, please see https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/Asterisk+Versions
If this is still an issue, please open a new issue so it can be re-triaged appropriately. Thanks!