Summary:ASTERISK-06662: Call Pickup with *8 does not check callgroup & pickupgroup settings (SIP)
Reporter:Ramon Peek-Fares (ramonpeek)Labels:
Date Opened:2006-03-30 09:08:48.000-0600Date Closed:2011-06-07 14:08:21
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Description:Call Pickup with *8 does not check callgroup & pickupgroup settings.
It simply answers any ringing extension.

In my test I placed;
    extension A in pickupgroup=1 and callgroup=1
    extension B in pickupgroup=2 and callgroup=2
    extension C in pickupgroup=3 and callgroup=3

When calling from extension A to B, I can still pickup the call using *8 at extension C ??

Even if I remove callpickup and callgroup setting in sip.conf from the devices I can still pickup the extension??

I've checked bugtracker but couldn't find any existing bug-report, which I found hard to believe??
I this bug really happening to everyone or just me?

****** STEPS TO REPRODUCE ******

Create simple sip.conf with 3 extensions all of which are in a different callgroup and pickupgroup. Place call from 1 extension to another and then try to pickup the call from the third extension.
Comments:By: Ramon Peek-Fares (ramonpeek) 2006-03-30 10:24:55.000-0600

Problem found in own config files, sorry!

I had a Dial cmd that included more than one SIP-device (SIP/100&SIP101)
One of the other SIP-Devices turned out to be in other callgroups.

Even when I created a test-system I copied this fault into this system.

Stupid me!

Case may be closed!!

By: Joshua C. Colp (jcolp) 2006-03-30 11:18:36.000-0600

Problem was with reporter's own configuration files.