|Summary:||ASTERISK-16494: [patch] No support for Cisco 7906 handset|
|Reporter:||Jonathan Hunter (jmhunter)||Labels:|
|Date Opened:||2010-08-03 06:19:34||Date Closed:||2012-05-27 20:06:58|
|Environment:||Attachments:||( 0) backtrace.txt|
( 1) skinny_7906.diff
|Description:||Cisco 7906 handset is not yet supported by chan_skinny|
[Aug 3 11:13:33] WARNING: Unsupported device type '369 (7906)' found.
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Picking up handset leads to:
-- Starting simple switch on 'xxx@yyy'
however when digits are dialled on the handset, nothing happens at the Asterisk end (no outbound call is initiated)
I also managed to get Asterisk to segfault whilst trying to get the phone working - partial backtrace is attached.
|Comments:||By: Damien Wedhorn (wedhorn) 2010-08-03 07:22:28|
Small patch to add a single line. Let me know how it goes.
There is an embedded bug in that you shouldn't get a simple switch for an unsupported device, but we'll look at that separately.
By: Jonathan Hunter (jmhunter) 2010-08-03 09:55:39
OK, the phone registers & displays the line's extension number on the display.
I pick up the phone and get a dialtone, I can dial the destination OK, and Asterisk routes the call correctly. However, the audio in the handset remains a dialtone, rather than the actual call.. :-)
Thank you for your help with this. I may have to switch a couple of the phones to SIP, but will try and keep one skinny phone around as long as I can for testing. If all else fails, I will have access to my personal server again in a month or two, and will be able to do more detailed testing then..
By: Damien Wedhorn (wedhorn) 2010-08-03 14:43:15
Can you set "skinny set debug on" and provide the console printout of your call attempts.
Also, can you try two other situations, after having made the call, try a redial. Also, try calling in to the 7906.
By: Damien Wedhorn (wedhorn) 2012-05-27 20:06:58.566-0500
This should already be resolved in trunk with the addition of the v17 protocol handling.