Summary:ASTERISK-30013: core_local: Local channels cannot have slashes in the destination
Reporter:N A (InterLinked)Labels:
Date Opened:2022-04-08 16:02:34Date Closed:
Status:In Progress/In ProgressComponents:Core/Channels
Versions:18.9.0 Frequency of
Description:Currently, a slash cannot be used in dialing any local channels. The code for core_local uses strchr to parse options on the first '/' it finds, which butchers the result if this is done.

For example: Local/PJSIP/mydevice and Local/foo/bar will both currently fail.

However, including slashes in extensions, generally, is perfectly fine and works in most other contexts in Asterisk. This fixes this oversight with the Local channel driver so that extensions containing the slash can be specified.
Comments:By: Asterisk Team (asteriskteam) 2022-04-08 16:02:35.170-0500

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