# button behavior

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Hi All,
We have a 1.6.2.6 Asterisk box connected to a 1.2 asterisk box, when people
dial to the conference room in 1.2 (from 1.6), of course they are prompted
for a room number and flush it by dialing # sign, the problem when they hit
#, this happened:

Asterisk Users 3.1 years ago 3 Answer

Best practices to route calls according holidays

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Hi, At the moment, I'm mostly using a "Day/Night toggle" button to let
users deal with week-ends, holidays and opening hours.
As Asterisk 1.8 introduces Calendar capabilities, I'm wondering if
better alternatives now exist. Is it possible, safe, reliable and easy to refer from Asterisk to a
public calendar resource listing holidays, for a given country ?
Should you instead refer to a private resource, to avoid depending on
an externaly managed resource ? If you go this way, which tools would
you recommend to build and update a private calendar ? Suggestions…

Asterisk Users 3.2 years ago 2 Answer

Heap Buffer Overflow in Skinny Channel Driver

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In the Skinny channel driver, KEYPAD_BUTTON_MESSAGE events are queued for processing in a buffer allocated on the heap, where each DTMF value that is received is placed on the end of the buffer. Since the length of the buffer is never checked, an attacker could send sufficient KEYPAD_BUTTON_MESSAGE events such that the buffer is overrun. Now, the length of the buffer is now checked before appending a value to the end of the buffer. Affected Versions:

  • Product Release Series
  • Asterisk Open Source 1.6.2.x All Versions
  • Asterisk Open Source 1.8.x All Versions
  • Asterisk Open Source 10.x All Versions
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Join and listen to conference call through web-interface

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Thanks, looks really helpful for managing connected users (half my problem). On the web-interface question, how do I create a website with a
[call-in] button? I'm using Drupal, so will make it a members only page. Basically they
click the [call-in] button, and straight away they're in the
conversation. It needs to grab input from mic, so I'm thinking Java or
Flash. Do you know of a solution which implements this? Thanks for all suggestions, Alec Taylor On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 4:13 PM, Andraž wrote:
> This will help you start:

Asterisk Users 4.2 years ago 0 Answer