Fritz Box 7360 Password Hack

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I've switched recently to this nice piece of hardware, a. Paired with a DECT handset it makes a nice combination of a VDSL modem/router/access point with among other things, VoIP telephony features.

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Everything worked as advertised, except for the VoIP connectivity with my Greek provider. Connection establishment was performed, however, when a call was initiated/received the voice quality was terrible with interruptions and clicking sounds. It made VoIP calls really impossible.

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After Googling around I've verified the problem to be caused by a wrong selection of voice codec. It was using the G729 codec that although worked fine with the same VoIP provider and e.g. A CSipSimple client on Android, somehow it didn't work well with the Fritz!Box. To change this manually: Dial #96*7* on the handset to enable telnet access, then telnet to your box: $ telnet (type admin password). Use a special version of vi to edit the voip configuration: # nvi /var/flash/voip.cfg look for the following snippet. Use_audiocodecs = no; audiocodecs = 'G729', 'PCMA', 'PCMU', G726-32', 'G726-40', 'G726-24'; verbose = no; capi_blocksize_in_ms = 30; sip_prio = 0; rtp_prio = 0; rtcp_prio = 0; dyn_codecs = yes; prio_low_codec = no.

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Set ' use_audiocodecs' & 'prio_low_codec' to yes, and change the 'audiocodecs' to the ones you are interested in. In my case, I've removed all codecs but the high quality PCM ones, which are essentially. The relative section in my config now looks like: use_audiocodecs = yes; audiocodecs = 'PCMA', 'PCMU'; verbose = no; capi_blocksize_in_ms = 30; sip_prio = 0; rtp_prio = 0; rtcp_prio = 0; dyn_codecs = yes; prio_low_codec = yes;:wq to save your changes and issue a # voipcfgchanged to restart the voip daemon. Finally, dial a #96*8* on your handset to disable telnet access on your Fritz!box and you are done. With this change Fritz!Box will switch from 'G.729a' or G.726-32 and what-not to using the G711 voice codec. You can verify this by making a test call over VoIP then connecting with the web browser to the Fritz!Box admin interface and in advanced mode goto 'Own Telephone Numbers' then click on the 'Voice Transmission' tab and check the codec used in the test call. This is all, enjoy VoIP calls and Kudos to.

Dimitris has 20 years of experience in IT and he is currently Director of Engineering at Red Hat in charge of the WildFly / JBoss Enterprise Application Server team. He served as the JBoss AS project lead for several years and he has been a JBoss addict and contributor from the early start-up days. He worked previously at Intracom and Motorola in the areas of NMS/OSS, designing reusable frameworks and distributed systems. Dimitris studied computer science at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens and received an M.Sc. By research from University College Dublin, Ireland.