|Summary:||ASTERISK-01938: asterisk picks up immediate when call comes from zap channel|
|Date Opened:||2004-07-02 08:20:09||Date Closed:||2011-06-07 14:10:30|
|Description:||asterisk picks up calls from zap immediate, even if immediate=no in zapata.conf is set. Pri is a TE410P to a Alcatel 4400PBX.|
CLI:-- Extension '' in context 'inbound' from '12345' does not exist. Rejecting call on channel 0/26, span 1
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The last working version of * for me is CVS-D2004.05.01.22.00.00. Starting from 05/02/2004 asterisk don't listen for digits coming from zap channels.
I can use the latest zaptel and libpri vom cvs HEAD.
The Configuarion is each time the same.
|Comments:||By: Brian West (bkw918) 2004-07-02 09:03:11|
This is a config issue with the PBX you're connecting to. Its not sending a extension. Its very clear thats whats goign on.
By: froelit (froelit) 2004-07-05 01:22:00
I always use the same configuration. The only thing i change is the asterisk version!
It works up to 05/01/2004. All the newer versions don't work for me.
This couldn't be an configuration issue.
By: Mark Spencer (markster) 2004-07-09 07:30:12
You don't have overlap dial turned on in your configuration. Please turn it on and let me know if that fixes it. thanks.
By: froelit (froelit) 2004-07-09 09:03:09
I tried overlapdial=yes but this has a disadvantage for me. Our ISDN Phones connected to the Alcatel PBX uses pulse dialing by default.
With overlapdial=yes asterisk picks up and waits for incoming digits. This works but later in the IVR menu the caller has to choice between several options. For this to work the ISDN phones has to switch from pulse to ton.
Without overlapdial=yes i get a menu option (MFV) at the ISDN phone. Callers can press a button next to this menu entry to switch from pulse to ton.
By: Mark Spencer (markster) 2004-07-09 18:04:53
How exactly does setting overlapdial=yes on the asterisk side affect the menu options on your ISDN phone? Clearly by the "extension '' ..." message the PBX is sending in overlap mode.
By: froelit (froelit) 2004-07-12 06:05:00
overlapdial=yes fixes my problem. In the meantime our ISDN phones get the menu option for ton dial.
But there remains a little difference:
now asterisk picks up and the zaptel driver provides dialtone and waits a few seconds for incoming digits. Before there was no dialtone an it dials faster.
edited on: 07-12-04 05:52
By: Mark Spencer (markster) 2004-07-12 09:48:59
Providing dialtone was necessary for certain PBX's which don't otherwise supply it. Waiting for digits should only be done *if* your dialplan has rules with wildcards or other things which provide ambiguity, e.g.:
exten => _1234X.
We don't know how long that number is, so we have to wait to know if you're really done typing it.
By: froelit (froelit) 2004-07-14 04:23:54
Thank you for the informations.
You can close this issue.