Hello, Using AGI script to accept the input from caller but input value is not getting stored in variable. Extract from AGI Script: $agi = new AGI();
$agi-> verbose ("You have entered".$NUMBER); Console Output:
AGI Script Executing Application: (Background) Options: (press_one0&press_two0&press_zero0)
I can't seem to use MeetMe app in asterisk versions beyond 1.8. Its source
file app_meetme.c is present in the apps dir. Also, I can find app_meetme
change-logs on the asterisk website. However, the dialplan doesn't have
this cmd. I have checked menuselect but it says it has been replaced by
app_confbridge. Also, If that *is* the case, does ConfBridge (the newer version of meetme)
offer the same options? How do I use them?
since www.ilbcfreeware.org is broken, asterisk installs that want ilbc
are failing. I have no idea how to contact them since the site is offline. It's been
offline at least 12 hours - I can't imagine they *don't* know but at the
same time it's still offline.. pbx1> dig +norecurse @a0.org.afilias-nst.info ilbcfreeware.org ns ; < <>> DiG 9.6-ESV-R1 < <>> @a0.org.afilias-nst.info ilbcfreeware.org ns
; (2 servers found)
;; global options: +cmd
;; Got answer:
;; ->>HEADER< <- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 58731
;; flags: qr rd; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 0,…
I'd like to know what my options are to bridge two channels after
calling each through Dial(). I know about MeetMe, Conference, and Konference. Are there other
options available just to bridge two calls? www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+cmd+MeetMe
www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+cmd+Konference I'd like the simplest possible solution since Asterisk is running on a
non-x86 appliance, so code must be cross-compiled. Thank you.
read the part at the bottom about ignoring sighup, if you're using a
later version i think there is a option like agisighup that you can
use in the dialplan
I'm sure this topic has been discussed before but i'm having trouble finding a simple answer.
Whats the easiest way of sending an email from Asterisk?
I want to set up a warning so that after a Dial cmd, if the DIALSTATUS is CHANUNAVAIL, Asterisk sends an email to the admin to check the voip phone is connected properly.
I've got the dial plan set up, I just dont know what command to use to send the email.
Is there a way to know if a member of a queue is currently engaged on a call? Or if a queue can return a busy status if all members are currently engaged in a call? QUEUESTATUS only returns FULL and TIMEOUT, and the scenario only falls into TIMEOUT, and has to finish the assigned number of seconds into the QUEUE CMD before it falls back to the next routine on the dialplan.
Perhaps i'm wrong but i don't find a real documentation for cmd Bridge (i've take a look to the source code but i'm not a guru and i probabely miss something):
Is it possible as for cmd meetme to have a context to return on 'exit'/end of the bridge? (in fact i think 'no')
I've done a workaround with meetme but i would use Bridge (or confbridge) if possible (perhaps a channel redirect?)
Thanks a lot for any suggestion
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