|Summary:||ASTERISK-09590: DISA + Queue Login + *# sequence fails with number validity|
|Reporter:||Rudy K. (cyberglobe)||Labels:|
|Date Opened:||2007-06-05 11:26:08||Date Closed:||2011-06-07 14:08:10|
|Description:||Using # to initiate dial immediately does not work well with DISA.|
Setup a Queue 100 with agent login via 100* and logout 100**
- Call from SIP internal phone and dial 100*# you get login prompt.
- Call from SIP internal phone and dial 100**# and you get logout prompt.
Now call via Cellphone or landline into system via DISA, enter password and then:
- Dial 100*# you get invalid number
- Dial 100* and wait for timeout, you get login prompt.
- Dial 100**# might or might not work
- Dial 100 ** and wait gets logout prompt.
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did not test with newer versions. Can someone else test this as I do not have a machine and DID available to test it.
|Comments:||By: Jason Parker (jparker) 2007-06-05 12:39:34|
On most SIP phones, pressing # means "send this call with the digits I've already dialed - NOT including the # itself".
When you're calling in from the PSTN (ie; on a cellphone), the channel already exists and is active, thus # will be sent to the DISA application as part of the digits to dial.
This is not a bug - closing.