[asterisk-dev] Re: CDR Fixings
jmr.richardson at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 17:36:20 MST 2007
> Here's the whole list so far. Please, everyone, let me know of
> situations I might be missing:
> 1. Simple. A calls B.
> 2. unattended transfer via # on zap phone
> 3. unattended transfer via SIP transfer button
> 4. Unattended transfer via zap Hookflash
> 5. attended transfer via two zap hookflashes (3-way conf); 151 hangs up
> 6. Same as (5), but 150 hangs up first.
> 7. Same as (5), but 152 hangs up first.
> 8. Attended xfer via SIP (Polycom), 201 (polycom) hangs up first
> 9. Same as (8), but 200 hangs up first.
> 10. Same as (8), but 152 hangs up first.
> 11. Attended xfer via SIP (Snom), 200 (snom) hangs up first
> 12. Same as (11), but 201 hangs up first.
> 13. Same as (11), but 152 hangs up first.
> 14. caller dials, gets app
> 15. caller dials, gets AGI
> 16. Caller dials, gets DISA, calls another number
> 17. Parking. (152->151; 151 parks 152; 150 picks up parked caller)
> 18. Parking. (152->151; 151 parks 152; park times out, rings 151. 151
> 19. Parking. Same as (18), but 151 doesn't answer after the park times
Please add callfwd from phone (snom, linksys, polycom), not initiated
by # key but a SIP redirect (530 or 503?)busy here, where the incoming
channel calls Local/ channel to outbound number. The CDR 'src' &
'dst' reflect the inbound number calling the outbound number. This is
very hard to track.
Engineering for the Masses
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