Tweak our Java Asterisk PBX for consistent button pressing recognition

This project was awarded to aneelmahmood for $20 USD / hour.

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Project Description

We use the asterisk java api to send an automated confirmation phone call to our clients. When the clients receive the call, they must press the "1" button for confirmation.

This system is already built, but the "1" button confirmation button only works about 90% of the time. The other 10% of the time the customer presses the "1" button, but our system does not recognize it.

We are looking for somebody to tweak our java code, or our Asterisk/SIP provider settings, or whatever else could be the problem in order for the system recognize the "1" button being pressed 100% of the time.

We will have a Linux VM setup with the source code and development environment. This is where you will tweak the code/settings to make it work 100% of the time. We use Ant to build, and Tomcat as our server.

We will rely on you to be able to test, and show us that the "1" button works 100% of the time, and show us why it is currently only working about 90% of the time.

We are using asterisk version 1.8 and the asterisk-java 0.3.1 version

We use gafachi as our SIP provider

In you bid, please give us an idea of how many hours you think this project will take, and previous experience doing this kind of tweak. Also, let us know if you have experience using t38 protocal and callweaver to send faxes.

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