I’m having trouble getting Meetme conferencing to work. We do not have any zap cards, but rather, our calls go through a Cisco gateway that has PRIs connected to it. I’ve seen mentioned that we need the ztdummy driver installed for Meetme conferencing to work.
I also read that Linux 2.6 and later has a built-in timer and the ztdummy driver is not required. Needless to say, we’re a little confused here.
I’m running Centos 4.3 and Asterisk 220.127.116.11. Any help would be appreciated.
the info on the wiki seems to be mixed up, i guess because it’s been there through the transition from timing-source needed to no-timing source needed.
what are the problems you’re having with meetme ?
When I dial the conference room I am not getting anything (no tone, nothing). On the console I am not seeing any warnings/errors/status messages.
conf => 9997
exten => 9997,1,MeetMe,9997
is the [conference] context "include"d in your dialplan correctly ?
although unconventional slightly, your setup would work otherwise.
Here’s what I have:
exten => 9997,1,Meetme(9997)
I just realized I sent you the same thing I previously sent. I do not have an ‘include’ parameter in the extensions.conf file.
the context that your users “start” in e.g. [from-internal] needs to have an include statement to add other contexts to the dialplan, e.g. #include conference
this will allow the user to then have access to extensions defined in this additional context.
Got it. I will configure this and will reply with results next week. Thanks.