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- November 23, 2020 at 9:35 am
Wildcard X100P FXO card. It works well but I have a little issue with incoming calls, starts ringing after 2 rings and when if missed the call, it stops ringing after 5 seconds on the SIP extension.
This is the expected behaviour on most analog lines due to:
- the way caller id signaling is implemented
- ringing detection, timers and timeouts.
Both are country dependendant.
- Ringing start will be detected by ringing voltage presence for the minimum ring time set by regulation, i.e. 1 second in most European countries.
- Ringing stop will be detected waiting for the absence of ringing voltage after ringing, i.e. 4 seconds in Italy.
- The Caller ID is signaled by an analog data stream in many ways, usually FSK/V23 in Europe. In Italy that data stream is sent after the very fist ring so the ring detection alghoritm should wait until the second ring before decoding CLI successfully.
Mixing all that you get almost all the delays observed.
- This reply was modified 6 months, 3 weeks ago by giovanni.v.