[Asterisk-Users] Invalid Extensions -- More like traditional PBX systems?

Stephen Rosebush srosebush at desynched.org
Wed Jun 16 10:45:05 MST 2004

Yes but I try that and it doesnt even go to it, I am trying to have the 
invalid handler be executed when the extension a user tries to dial from 
the SIP phone is not in any of the contexts (non-existant)... I've tried 
this and placed it in several contexts and it does not work.


Rob Fugina wrote:

>On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 11:35:45AM -0300, Ray Burkholder wrote:
>>Set up a general pattern match with the message and congestion.
>>Extension pattern matching looks for the most specific match in any one
>>context.  So if a specific extension is not found, it will take the
>>general pattern.
>Wouldn't it be a little better to use the special 'invalid extension'
>extension -- 'i'?  Something like...
>exten => i,1,Playback(invalid)
>exten => i,2,Busy

Stephen Rosebush,
srosebush at desynched.org

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