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authorPhilipp Maier <pmaier@sysmocom.de>2018-10-01 12:56:23 +0200
committerPhilipp Maier <pmaier@sysmocom.de>2018-10-01 15:59:57 +0200
commit2e72bd5e7641cbad4d7b027a4e3b394ad0c4a274 (patch)
tree8d90107738576f6539f1b4548095413f4b098f37
parent7bd771bbc0e8044d609d3ea81e839ec1a1f99322 (diff)
running: Add note about DTMF support
osmo-sip-connector does not yet support full DTMF support. The current implementation only supports DTMF tones to be send from MNCC to SIP, but not in the opposite direction. Change-Id: I578e50b0a42d88b05cf6da80443b71494b5eb26f Related: OS#2777
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@@ -56,3 +56,29 @@ mncc
socket-path /tmp/msc2_mncc
----
+=== DTMF signaling
+
+In VoIP based telephony networks DTMF (Dual-tone multi-frequency signaling) can
+be signaled through multiple methods. Common methods are in-band, RFC2833 and
+sip-info messages.
+
+Osmo-sip-connector is using sip-info messages to signal DTMF tones. When a DTMF
+tone is signaled at the MNCC socket interface, osmo-sip-connector will generate
+a matching sip-info message to forward the DTMF signal to the PBX. Depending on
+the PBX software reconfiguring the DTMF signaling method to sip-info may be
+necessary.
+
+While sending DTMF tones through the MNCC interface to a SIP leg, the current
+implementation of osmo-sip-connector does not support sending DTMF tones in the
+opposite direction. Any attempts to send DTMF tones to an MNCC leg will be
+confirmed with a status 405 "Method not allowed".
+
+The reason for this limitation is that in mobile networks, depending on the
+signaling direction, the signaling of DTMF tones is implemented differently.
+A mobile originated DTMF tone is signaled through out of band messages,
+which arrive at osmo-sip-connector on as MNCC DTMF START/STOP messages. Those
+messages can be directly translated to sip-info messages. However, in the
+other direction (mobile terminated), an in-band signaling method is used. This
+means that osmo-sip-connector would have to translate an incoming DTMF sip-info
+message into an audio sample that then would have to be injected into the
+voice stream. Currently this scheme is not implemented in osmo-sip-connector. \ No newline at end of file