Not able to join conference

Hi All,
We are running to a weird problem, we’re using asterisk 1.2 as a production
server (I’m wiling to move very soon to more recent version) and our problem
is when somebody try to join a conference he’s told that he’s the only one
in the conference but in fact there is some 3 or 5 or whatever people in
that same conference, after several tries he can/cannot enter the conference
and meet with the people already in, here is the lines corresponding to conf
in the dialplan, that would be a big help if you guys can help diagnose the
issue.

exten => 8080,1,Answer
exten => 8080,2,Wait,1
exten => 8080,3,MeetMe(|MDci)

8 Responses to “Not able to join conference”

  1. Paul Belanger said:

    Sep 17, 10 at 12:56 pm

    A debug log of the actually problem will be more helpful.

  2. "Danny Nicholas" said:

    Sep 17, 10 at 1:04 pm
  3. khalid touati said:

    Sep 17, 10 at 3:19 pm

    Hi Guys,
    Paul
    you meant a debug file while the problem is happening, actually the thing is
    i cannot even reproduce this issue, I’ll keep trying though, but is there a
    way to debug just Meetme app output?

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  4. "Andrew Thomas" said:

    Sep 20, 10 at 4:11 am

    What happens if you put in a ‘room’ number?

    Eg: exten => 8080,3,MeetMe(500|MDci)

  5. khalid touati said:

    Sep 20, 10 at 9:05 am

    it’s going to put you in conf no 500 without prompting you to enter a
    conference number I guess, but i don’t it’s going to solve my issue.
    actually I’m atill wondering is there a way to debug just Meetme app output
    or the only way is turn the whole debug thing on?

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  6. "Andrew Thomas" said:

    Sep 21, 10 at 8:33 am

    I was wondering what happened if YOU put that number in. Does it put
    everyone in to the same conference?

    That would, at least, prove that the MeetMe app was working as it should
    (unless you’ve tried this already).

  7. khalid touati said:

    Sep 21, 10 at 8:47 am

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  8. khalid touati said:

    Oct 04, 10 at 9:54 am

    Hi List,
    After looking at the debug output, it turned out that the user (my boss :D)
    is pressing the button twice (unless phone is faulty), so instead of trying
    to log to conf # 3 it goes to conf # 33:

    pbx2*CLI> Oct 1 08:05:39 DEBUG[23283]: chan_zap.c:3666 zt_handle_dtmfup:
    DTMF digit: 3 on Zap/8-1

    pbx2*CLI> Oct 1 08:05:39 DEBUG[23283]: chan_zap.c:3666 zt_handle_dtmfup:
    DTMF digit: 3 on Zap/8-1

    pbx2*CLI> Oct 1 08:05:40 DEBUG[23283]: chan_zap.c:3666 zt_handle_dtmfup:
    DTMF digit: # on Zap/8-1

    pbx2*CLI> Oct 1 08:05:40 DEBUG[23283]: app_meetme.c:1654 find_conf: *Building
    dynamic conference ’33′*

    what i want to do now is to make the user aware that he typed the wrong
    number, so i looked for an option in MeetMe that announces the conf #, but
    unfortunately it’s not there, do you know any way to reach my goal?

    thanks for any help!
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