The snomONE PBX needs language specific audio files, ringback file and music on hold files for the normal operation. But uploading them to the system is not something universal across the different operating system versions. It is relatively easy on the desktop operating systems like Windows. But under the Linux based versions, it is not that easy for many of us. In the recent versions snom has introduced a web based mechanism to download the language specific audio files as explained here – http://wiki.snomone.com/index.php?title=Software_Update#Updating_audio_files. This mechanism allows you to download the complete set of audio files. There was no mechanisms to upload specific files so far.
But there is good news for those who wish to upload language specific files or overwrite the existing files from the most recent version Coma Berenicids (2011-22.214.171.1240). Also, this new version allows you to upload new ringback wave files that can be chosen at the domain, hunt group levels to provide a customized experience. The configuration can be accessed via Admin->System->Upload Audio web page.
There are few possible syntax options depending on where the file needs to be uploaded.
- Just the file name – new_ringback.wav. In this case, the file will be copied to the selected audio language folder. Ex: audio_en/new_ringback.wav
- File with relative path – audio_de/new_ringback.wav. In this case the file will be copied to the specified audio folder under the PBX working directory.
- File with full path – C:\Program Files\snom\snomONE\audio_sp\new_ringback.wav or /usr/local/snomONE/audio_sp/new_ringback.wav. In this case, the file will be copied to the specified path.