It’s been a long time since I’ve worked with Asterisk, so I apologize, I know this is a basic issue but I’ve forgotten how to deal with it.
Throughout my dialplan if a user hits the # key the system hangs-up (in inbound SIP calls).
Is there a way to ignore the pound?
Is there a way to ignore extensions overall that aren’t dealt with explicitly?
Thanks in advance!
I’m a noob so I don’t know if this is still right about the # problem, but for the other extensions, create extensions for each of these scenarios that you want to catch.
The i extension probably catches the #.
as copied from: http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+standard+extensions
* a: Called when user presses '*' during a voicemail greeting
* h: Hangup extension
* i: invalid extension
* o: Operator extension, used for operator exit by pressing zero in voicemail
* s: Start extension in context
* t: Timeout extension
* T: AbsoluteTimeout() extension
* failed: used if an auto-dial out call fails (that had context, priority and extension specified)
* fax: used for fax detection on Zap channels
* talk: used in conjuction with BackgroundDetect