Problem as follows:
exten => 777,1,Gosub(sub,1,1)
exten => 777,n,Hangup()
exten => h,1,NoOp(hung up in ‘default’ context)
exten => 1,1,NoOp(in sub)
exten => 1,n,Playback(tt-monkeys)
exten => 1,n,Return()
exten => h,1,NoOp(hung up in ‘sub’ context)
This works fine if the caller listens to all the ‘tt-monkeys’ and let’s
the system hangup. You get the hang up in the ‘default’ context.
But, if the caller hangs up BEFORE the end of ‘tt-monkeys’ – the hang up
occurs in the ‘sub’ context. This means that I have to force each sub
routine to go to the main contexts ‘h’ extension (‘exten =>
h,1,Goto(default,h,1)’ in this case).
Is there a way to tell * to use the default ‘h’ extension on a hang up –
rather than having to put a ‘h’ in to every separate sub routine?
I know Tilghman said “…Gosub, on the other hand, isn’t really even
executing at that point, so there isn’t a code path that exists whereby
the Gosub can empty the return stack and return to the original
But what does that mean in English ;)?
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