[asterisk-dev] i extension does not match on initial context - bug or not?

Philipp Kempgen philipp.kempgen at amooma.de
Fri Jan 9 06:12:57 CST 2009

Klaus Darilion schrieb:
> Benny Amorsen schrieb:
>> Dmitry Andrianov <dimas at dataart.com> writes:
>>> There is NO functionality for catch-all currently exist. Extension
>>> can be alphanumeric so just [0-9*+] is not enough. The closest
>>> pattern would be "_." which matches anything at all but the problem
>>> with it is that it also matches "special" extensions like h, i, t,
>>> s.
>> It is a bit sad that the special extensions live in the same
>> namespace as normal extensions. The reasons are historical, of
>> course, from when Asterisk was mostly concerned with connecting to
>> the PSTN, but these days it is becoming a problem.
> Yes, this should be splitted into separate name spaces. In config we 
> could use for example @i or @s to address the special extensions.


   Philipp Kempgen

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