Is it possible call land into extensions.ael configuration file not in extensions.conf

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Hi List,

I want to change the asterisk flow. right now call startd from
extensions.conf. Is there any way by which we can changed it to
extensions.ael or extensions.lua ?

3 thoughts on - Is it possible call land into extensions.ael configuration file not in extensions.conf

  • Hi,

    Create a context in AEL, or LUA and change the context=ael-context or
    context=lua-context in sip.conf [default] section or for each sip user
    decalred who needs to start call in context defined in AEL/LUA?

    Regards,

    Gohar

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    Sam Govind
    configuration file not in extensions.conf

    Hi List,

    I want to change the asterisk flow. right now call startd from
    extensions.conf. Is there any way by which we can changed it to
    extensions.ael or extensions.lua ?

  • Hi Gohar,

    As per you suggestion I make context into AEL file and working file.

    But I do little bit R&D on that case I make same context into both
    files(.conf and .ael) and asterisk read 1st .conf files extension. It means
    if we make anythings into AEL files then asterisk 1st check into .conf file
    then another one. It might be time consuming if we have Lot’s off context.

    But any way thanks for you reply.

  • Sorry for the top post, this is from my phone.

    Asterisk parses all of the config files (.conf, .ael and .lua, assuming you have the appropriate modules loaded) at the time you load asterisk or reload the dialplan (dialplan reload). It does not read the files each time a new call is started.

    Thanks,