You;re right, that method is useful only for one-to-one call but as soon as
the call gets transferred etc etc as you mentioned everything will get
mixed and confusing. Any way I this can be done? Can’t a call be passed off from one channel to
> another, which would leave me with only seeing a part of the logs for the
> life of the call if I only grep the logs based on one channel id?
Yes, is the answer if you want this to implement. You need to do…
On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 3:14 PM, Eric van der Vlist
> Xorcom astribanks get initialized straight on when using Ubuntu 11.10
> packages but I am having a hard time to get the same result running in a
> qemu/libvirt image.
> The first difficulty is that astribanks devices get different usb device
> ids during their initialisation process, requiring hot plug support.
> I have figured out how to solve this issue using the technique described
On Saturday 29 Oct 2011, Raj Mathur (राज माथुर) wrote:
> Callers coming in from the PSTN (through the Dial server, over IAX2)
> can also talk normally after an agent has picked up the call.
> However, callers from the PSTN get the announcement and/or MOH
> blanked out after a random period of time, typically 5-10 seconds.
> This often happens in the middle of the queue position or thank-you
> After the blanking out, the call is still alive, queue functions are
using asterisk-10 on CentOS
I am trying to get googleapps calendar integrated with my system.
However, following all the instructions that I can find it still
fails. this is my config file: [myGoogleCal]
timeframe=60 when I start asterisk, and type "calendar show calendars" I get genesis2*CLI> calendar show calendars
Calendar Type Status
I just had a weird experience. My Asterisk installation stopped
working, and upon investigation I found that the ownership of several
files had changed from asterisk:asterisk to root:root. The files in
question were: /etc/asterisk/extensions.conf
/var/spool/asterisk/astdb Asterisk has been running for quite a while (several weeks at least)
since I last modified any of the configuration files. I did reboot earlier today when I was unable to cleanly stop BIND on
this box. (32-bit Scientific Linux 6.1, BTW.) Anyone have any idea what just happened?…