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#1

I have taken a look at the Wiki and I need some information about the following line:

exten => 1234,5,dial(${TRUNK}[color=red]c[/color]/9871234321,20,r)

It said to add the [color=red]c[/color] after the trunk so that the caller can press ‘#’ to accept the call.

Well I try this using a SIP channel and it did not work. Does the ‘c’ only work on a Zap line?


#2

voip-info.org/wiki-Asterisk+cmd+Dial - info about Dial()
"Dial(type/identifier, timeout, options, URL)"
There is no information about any possible options in ‘type’ part.

We don’t know what is behind ${TRUNK}. Maybe this [color=red]c[/color] is string modification to ${TRUNK} changing ‘type’ for Dial ?
Any other ideas ?


#3

[quote=“fdragowski”]http://www.voip-info.org/wiki-Asterisk+cmd+Dial - info about Dial()
"Dial(type/identifier, timeout, options, URL)"
There is no information about any possible options in ‘type’ part.

We don’t know what is behind ${TRUNK}. Maybe this [color=red]c[/color] is string modification to ${TRUNK} changing ‘type’ for Dial ?
Any other ideas ?[/quote]

All of my information is based off of http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+Tips+follow+me