Is there any way in Asterisk to detect whether it’s a real person or a recording on the other end of a phone call？
I have tried AMD Application, but the effect is not very good, even a little bad…
But I tested it in Asterisk V13.38.3, is it improved in V18?
There hasn’t been any change to it.
Well, thank you very much for your reply.
Asking the person to press a certain key on the phone, is always a good solution, but that depends on the problem you’re trying to solve.
That’s a good idea. Let me think about it.
We use it to avoid voicemail answering calls from queues on cellphones that are not under our control. The recipients voicemailbox usually gets filled with “Press 1 to confirm” messages, but the calls from the queue does not end up there.
But the right solution is really depending on WHY you want to know if a machine or person responded.
I want to test the lines, and some lines are fake lines made by the supplier, commonly known as “FAS”. We just want to find out the “FAS” lines in a way. I wonder if you understand what I mean when I say so.
I’m not a native English speaker…
I’m not entirely sure what a “fake line” is, the purpose of it, or what your relation to the “supplier” is, or what they are supplying.
If you are provided phonelines from a supplier, they should be able to just reject the calls to the so called fake lines, instead of playing a message.
I try to explain it, that is, we need to transfer a call to someone in reality, but since we are not a basic operator, we can’t directly transfer the call to that person, we need to transfer the call Transfer to the supplier (need to pay the supplier), and then the supplier will transfer the call to that person, but some suppliers do not transfer the call for certain purposes, but directly pick up a recording , we call this call “FAS”.
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