[jitsi-dev] [jitsi-issues] Jitsi DTMF Issue.


#1

Hey Thomas,

(please don't cross post to our issues list as it is only meant for automated mails from Trac)

Just checked and this does seem to be the case. Our 4733 DTMF impl works by replacing valid audio packets with DTMF tones. Apparently we are not properly resetting packet length.

I don't believe this was the case before so we must have messed it up recently (although I did try with a few servers and this didn't seem to cause problems for DTMF so it might have been there for a while).

Could you please open a ticket?

Thanks,
Emil

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On 20.07.13, 06:07, Thomas Quintana wrote:

Hello Gentlemen,

I am over with the Mobicents team and I'm not sure if you guys are aware
but Jitsi version 2.2.4603.9615 is not sending RFC 2833 DTMF tones
properly. It is marking the RTP packets with the proper type but instead
of sending 4 byte payloads it is sending 160 byte payloads. Seems there
may be a mix up between out of band and in band tones.

Best Regards,
Thomas Quintana

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#2

Hi Emil,

I apologize for posting to the issues list it was a bit unclear to me where
to send the email. I will open issue the issue today and update this thread
with a link for others to follow. Have a great weekend.

Best Regards,
Thomas

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On Sat, Jul 20, 2013 at 8:06 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey Thomas,

(please don't cross post to our issues list as it is only meant for
automated mails from Trac)

Just checked and this does seem to be the case. Our 4733 DTMF impl works
by replacing valid audio packets with DTMF tones. Apparently we are not
properly resetting packet length.

I don't believe this was the case before so we must have messed it up
recently (although I did try with a few servers and this didn't seem to
cause problems for DTMF so it might have been there for a while).

Could you please open a ticket?

Thanks,
Emil

On 20.07.13, 06:07, Thomas Quintana wrote:

Hello Gentlemen,

I am over with the Mobicents team and I'm not sure if you guys are aware
but Jitsi version 2.2.4603.9615 is not sending RFC 2833 DTMF tones
properly. It is marking the RTP packets with the proper type but instead
of sending 4 byte payloads it is sending 160 byte payloads. Seems there
may be a mix up between out of band and in band tones.

Best Regards,
Thomas Quintana

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#3

Hi Thoma,

this is now fixed and will be available in build 4755.

Regards
damencho

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On Sat, Jul 20, 2013 at 5:29 PM, Thomas Quintana <quintana.thomas@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Emil,

I apologize for posting to the issues list it was a bit unclear to me where
to send the email. I will open issue the issue today and update this thread
with a link for others to follow. Have a great weekend.

Best Regards,
Thomas

On Sat, Jul 20, 2013 at 8:06 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey Thomas,

(please don't cross post to our issues list as it is only meant for
automated mails from Trac)

Just checked and this does seem to be the case. Our 4733 DTMF impl works
by replacing valid audio packets with DTMF tones. Apparently we are not
properly resetting packet length.

I don't believe this was the case before so we must have messed it up
recently (although I did try with a few servers and this didn't seem to
cause problems for DTMF so it might have been there for a while).

Could you please open a ticket?

Thanks,
Emil

On 20.07.13, 06:07, Thomas Quintana wrote:

Hello Gentlemen,

I am over with the Mobicents team and I'm not sure if you guys are aware
but Jitsi version 2.2.4603.9615 is not sending RFC 2833 DTMF tones
properly. It is marking the RTP packets with the proper type but instead
of sending 4 byte payloads it is sending 160 byte payloads. Seems there
may be a mix up between out of band and in band tones.

Best Regards,
Thomas Quintana

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