System Ringtone


#1

Hello,

I am currently using these phones in a broadsoft environment.

I am trying to get these phones to ring differently for each call queue.

So far I have managed to do this by changing the distinctive ringtone setting from within broadsoft. Unfortunately this bypasses my custom ringtones and uses the “System Ringtone” which is a essentially a ring back tone that you would normally hear when making a phone call. It is also very low so the users would have to turn the volume way up to hear it, but when another call comes in, they will be blasted by the normal ringtone since they had to turn the volume way up.

Is there any way to change that “System Ringtone” or get a custom ring tone to ring with one of the “distinctive ring” settings that broadsoft offers. Really they are just settings like Short-Short-Long … etc.


#2

Catch packet, check what BS sent to you in info header. Adjust custom ring tones.


#3

Hello,

I had done a packet capture and it appears that the alert info it is sending is the following

This is in call Alert-Info

http://127.0.0.1/Bellcore-dr3

I tried to input that into the Match Caller ID field and set the custom ringer, but the phone still ring with the System default Tone.


#4

Can you past full line ?


#5

Sure here you go.

Alert-Info: http://127.0.0.1/Bellcore-dr3


#6

Bellcore-dr3 not work ?


#7

Bellcore-dr3 is not a callerID (CID); hence why the phone did not ring with the desired tone. It is an alert info header which had you placed a call from extension 100 and had 100 in the match CID field, it would have used dr3.

The phone should not need a match in the area in which you are putting in entries; it should respond to the dr3 alert-info header regardless, unless there is an entry in the match and the call does indeed match the CID seen.

As a test, on an inbound rule, try using dr2 and send the call to a single extension, then try using dr8 and see if you can tell the difference. Put nothing in the match CID area,


#8

custom ring tone read also alert-info field


#9

I’ll be, never read the box. Thanks!


#10

yeah,

Ive tried just using bellcore-dr3 by itself and it still rather use the system default tones.


#11

Did you upload new tones or you try use original ?
It can be problem with uploaded ring.

It can also be related to BS it have special settings, you can try use those.


#12

Thanks for the reply and time taken to look into this.

I do have custom ringtones that were applied VIA GDMS.

I have set the them to ring based off of the extension calling such as [1-2]xx

I will try to upload a different custon ringtone and see if it will work.

As for those settings in BS. Do you have to know the name of them? There are many settings in BS and have no idea which ones would effect this. I have been just setting distinctive ringing within BS that sends the Belcore alerts to the phone.


#13

Check this ring if they work. Maybe file is not added correctly and phone cannot use it ?


#14

Here is a capture of a call coming in the queue with caller ID.

Do you see any way I can syntax this so when calls come in from Queue 5118 i can make it ring a different tone?

Such as Queue 5118 - xxx+

Cant seem to get the bellcore rings to make any difference other then playing a ringback tone.

EDIT forgot to attach call sip header

From: “Queue 5118 - RYAN COOPER” sip:9096896661@172.20.39.33;user=phone;tag=65.98.182.76+4+b7c01253+1b43dfaa
SIP Display info: “Queue 5118 - RYAN COOPER”
SIP from address: sip:9096896661@172.20.39.33;user=phone
SIP from tag: 65.98.182.76+4+b7c01253+1b43dfaa


#15

In part of capture you past there is no ALERT info.
If it is not there then phone will not ring different ring.


#16

I turned off distinctive ringing from broadsoft. So there currently is no Alert info.

no matter what I do, the phone will just use the system ringtone when I enable distinctive ringing on broadsoft…

So my hope is I can utilize somehow, if possible, the fact that the call coming in on that call center will always start with “Queue 5118” in the caller ID.


#17

Caller ID name is useless.
It should be triggered by alert info, did you keep ExaCT name ? small letter is different then Big.


#18

Yes,

I tried keeping the full URL the alert info uses. Just the Bellcore portion, copied exactly how wireshark shows it with the capital.

The phone just wants to change to the system ring tone when I enable the Bellcore alert from Broadsofts side. which to me, its not even a ringtone and will confuse users thinking they somehow made a call and not receiving a call.


#19

Go with ticket to GS. It can be bug.