Features.conf


#1

On voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+cmd+Dial they say

w: Allow the called user to start recording after pressing *1 or what defined in features.conf (Asterisk > v1.0.x)
W: Allow the calling user to start recording after pressing *1 or what defined in features.conf (Asterisk > v1.0.x)

I have installed * 1.07 and in features.conf.sample there is nothing about *1.

Has anybody implemented this feature in his Asterisk? What version does work with this? Thank you for any information, because on www.voip-info.org I can’t find anything usefull.

Tomislav


#2

Seems to be some talk about it on the list but it was not in my features.conf
I am on Asterisk CVS-Nv1-0-7-04/12/05 you might try to add it. Here is cp of what I read

There is option automon => *1 in features.conf

As I understand when *1 pressed during conversation => recording
should
begin. But unfortunately it doesn’t work for me.
I use CVS-HEAD-01/27/05
Does anyone has that feature working?
Thanks


Best Regards
VladK

Vlad–

To record calls, you need to do this:

  1. set the sequence to dial to trigger the feature in features.conf (you
    did this).
  2. Use the ‘w’ or ‘W’ option in the Dial application, called from
    extensions.conf. This will enable the callee/caller to hit the *1 and
    start recording the conversation.
  3. When a recording is made, you will find it
    in: /var/spool/asterisk/monitor, and the name of the file looks to have
    the unix time of its initiation in the name: eg.
    auto-1106235670-6-85878001.WAV

This is all true of the cvs HEAD version. Don’t know how far back in the
version history it stretches…

murf


#3

[quote=“rusty”]Seems to be some talk about it on the list but it was not in my features.conf
I am on Asterisk CVS-Nv1-0-7-04/12/05 you might try to add it. Here is cp of what I read
[/quote]

I have * 1.0.7 and I have done everything you/this_guy wrote and it doesn’t work for me. I even don’t have /var/spool/asterisk/monitor directory.

Hopefully this work’s with * 1.0.9. I need to find enough time to install it and test it on that version of Asterisk.

Tomislav

P.S.

  • 1.0.7 is HEAD version? How do I check this?

#4

Well I downloaded the latest stable lat night shows 1.0.10 and its not in it either.

  • 1.0.7 is HEAD version? How do I check this? from cli> show version