|Summary:||ASTERISK-01278: call in outgoing is placing call but after pickup hear dtmf pulsed digits|
|Date Opened:||2004-03-23 11:57:30.000-0600||Date Closed:||2011-06-07 14:05:22|
|Description:||I have the TDM 4 port card.|
I have exten 301 and 302. I can pickup 301 dial 302 and it works.
When I place the following in the outgoing directory
the call is placed but after I pickup I hear 3 DTMF pulsed digits.
The contents of my file is:
In my extensions.conf file I have.
exten => 999999,1,Playback(demo-congrats)
Once I pickup the phone I hear the 3 DTMF digits and
then it begins playing the demo message as expected.
Why do I hear the DTMF digits or how do I change my config so I dont hear them.
I actually have the T100P and experience the same thing
when calls are placed out.
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|Comments:||By: Mark Spencer (markster) 2004-03-23 13:24:23.000-0600|
You should use Zap/1, Zap/2 and so on. If you put numbers after the channel (or in this case, group description) it will dial those digits, which is not what you want in this case. This is just a configuration issue.
By: geisj (geisj) 2004-03-23 16:03:13.000-0600
I understand your response.
However, I still am uncertain then how to accomplish my call.
Lets say I want asterisk to place a call to 13175551212.
I have a call file that has
So the above will take any available line in group 1,
use the context to look extension 999999 and do what it
says which in my case launches the agi script
exten => 999999,1,smvoice
From This script then I presume I want to give commands to
come offhook and dial the number 13175551212. Is this correct?
I have not found out how to place this basic call.
I thought I was supposed to put the number to dial after the Zap/g1.
By: Mark Spencer (markster) 2004-03-23 19:20:45.000-0600
This is *not a bug* if you need assistance with how to make the files, please join #asterisk on irc.freenode.net, or call Digium and get a commercial support order if you need it right away, but the bug tracker is *not* the forum for learning how to configure Asterisk, it is *strictly* for handling bugs in the software.