ChanSpy - ExtenSpy. Listening Incorrect channel


I am making a Dial plan with to whisper the calls on my asterisk and I have this issues:

1.- when I use ChanSpy

exten => _00XXXX,1,ChanSpy(sip-${EXTEN:2},qw)
exten => _00XXXX,n,Hangup()

I call to extension 1019 and I don´t hear nothing on the spy

2.- Whe I use ExtenSpy

exten => _00XXXX,1,ExtenSpy(all,e(${EXTEN:2}),qw)
exten => _00XXXX,n,Hangup()

The call answer and the agent of the extension hear me but take the incorrect channel because I am dialing to the extension 1019 and the extension 1023 answer me.

I made other attempt to the same destiny (extension 1019) an the spy was answer for other extension. I don´t know what happen, maybe app ExtenSpy taking the incorrect channel.

rasterisk -rvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv | grep ExtenSpy
– Executing [001019@default:1] ExtenSpy(“SIP/002783281-00068154”, “all,e(1019),qw”) in new stack

sip-1019 is not a valid channel name prefix. A valid prefix that is actually useful would contain a /.

all is only treated specially for ChanSpy, and doesn’t seem to be documented, at all.

The e option is only recognized for ChanSpy, and only makes sense for that, but is, incorrectly, documented for ExtenSpy.

There is a bogus “,”, after the “e” option.

Please raise bug reports, on, against the documentation for ChanSpy, regarding the non-documentation of “all”, and against ExtenSpy, regarding the documentation of the,unimplemented, “e” option. Also raise one for incorrectly indicating that “exten@” is mandatory, and the context defaults to “default” (it actually defaults to the current context.

If “sip-” was supposed to be “SIP/”, please note that chan_sip is deprecated in all supported versions of Asterisk, effectively unsupported, an will be removed next year.

ChanSpy was done and sucessful

exten => _00XXXX,1,ChanSpy(SIP/${EXTEN:2},qw)
exten => _00XXXX,n,Hangup()

But additional I need to call to another server. I am using a IAX2 trunk to have communications with my other server how internal way

exten => _00XXXX,1,ChanSpy(${TRUNKblind}/SIP/${EXTEN:2})
exten => _00XXXX,n,Hangup()

The call was hang up alone. Extensions are in SIP and Trunk is IAX2 . is it possible have communication?

This is a malformed dial string. Moreover, ChanSpy requires a channel name prefix and channel names do not include dialled digits being forwarded down the channel.

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