Meetme conference issue


#1

Hello,

Trying to get conferencing working, seems I have everything I need in place, but I constantly get a conf-invalid message. One thing I did notice is that I never see asterisk parse the meetme.conf file. Anyone have a clue what that is?

Here is the output I get while entering the conference. As you will see, verbose is set and it never does a parse of the file

Verbosity was 5 and is now 10
– Executing Answer(“SIP/1115-9e26”, “”) in new stack
– Executing Wait(“SIP/1115-9e26”, “1”) in new stack
– Executing Authenticate(“SIP/1115-9e26”, “5678”) in new stack
– Playing ‘agent-pass’ (language ‘en’)
– Playing ‘auth-thankyou’ (language ‘en’)
– Executing MeetMe(“SIP/1115-9e26”, “18|p”) in new stack
– Playing ‘conf-invalid’ (language ‘en’)
– Executing Macro(“SIP/1115-9e26”, “hangupcall”) in new stack
– Executing ResetCDR(“SIP/1115-9e26”, “w”) in new stack
– Executing NoCDR(“SIP/1115-9e26”, “”) in new stack
– Executing Wait(“SIP/1115-9e26”, “5”) in new stack

Any ideas here??


#2

Have a look at your modules file (/etc/asterisk/modules.conf) and make sure that there is not a “noload” entry for app_meetme.so. If that is not the problem, perhaps you can specifically load it from here?


#3

ok…

I checked modules.conf and there is no noload for app_meetme.so in there. I added a load => app_meetme.so in there. Did a reload and still get the same thing.


#4

What version of asterisk are we dealing with here?


#5

1.0.9. I have been meaning to upgrade, but I am running AAH and heard that upgrading is difficult with AAH or atleast tricky. I finally have everything the way I want it minus the Conferencing stuff. So afraid of screwing the whole thing up and starting over with an upgrade.


#6

My limited knowledge is from vers 1.2, but here’s my thoughts:

From the CLI, if you enter “show applications”, does it show that the MeetMe app is loaded into memory? Is your meetme.conf file correct? A simple one to test with would be:

[general]

[rooms]

conf => 1234

Call meetme() from your extensions.conf file without passing any arguments. You should get the voice prompt asking for the conference number. Enter 1234#. If this works, then there might be a problem with the argument you were passing to meetme().