AMI to originate two separate calls


#1

Hi,

I have a 4-port analog digium card, so I think I should be able to make separate calls simultaneously .
I have two linux terminals, and in the 1st terminal:
telnet x.x.x.x 5038

Action: Login
Username: admin
Secret: xxxxxxxx

Action: Originate
Channel: DAHDI/1/32
Exten: 100
Context: from-internal
Async: yes

and in the 2nd terminal
telnet x.x.x.x 5038

Action: Login
Username: admin
Secret: xxxxxxxx

Action: Originate
Channel: DAHDI/2/26
Exten: 101
Context: from-internal
Async: yes

The two calls are almost started at the same time.
But the result is:

The 1st calls was in place, and ringing
when the 2nd calls started, the 1st call was automatically hangup
I saw the SoftHandupRequest Event and Handup Event in the 1st terminal
and then I saw the 2nd-call events in the 1st terminal…

And the more poor thing is, the 2nd call didn’t ring the 2nd station…

Anybody help??


#2

For issues with Digium hardware, use their commercial support channels. You will need the card serial number, and I imagine they will want to see you chan_dahdi configuration files.


Failed to originate two separate calls via CLI
#3

We do sell a 4-port analog card. The card has to be populated with analog modules. If you’re connecting to the PSTN, you’ll need one analog FXO module for each analog line you’re terminating. If you want to have two calls going on simultaneously across the PSTN, you’ll need to populate the 4-port analog card with 2 analog modules, and connect one PSTN line from your telco to each of the 2 analog modules. Asterisk and the card are fully capable of running multiple calls through each other. Given correct hardware and lines, there’s nothing but improper configuration that’d cause a second call pushed across the card to hangup a first call.

Just general advice/info. I’m not Support. :smiley:


#4

Thank you. I will call Digium support.


#5