[Asterisk-Users] Re: [Asterisk-Users] Asterisk answering only one (dialed-) Number on a PTMP (German "Mehrgeräteanschluss")?
timweb at txrx.org.uk
Wed Jun 23 00:44:53 MST 2004
Asterisk will do exactly what you want, as long as your line is point to
multipoint. I did my initial experimentation with Asterisk exactly as
you describe. You just need to specifiy in your extensions.conf which
MSN numbers you want asterisk to respond to. It will ignore all others.
Best and cheapest option would be to try a zaphfc card for 20 euros or
so.(Billion, Asustek, etc) Make sure it is on its own IRQ or you will
have real problems. Use bri-stuff-0.0.2 from www.junghanns.net.
When you have played a bit, you can use a second card in NT mode to
connect to your other ISDN equipment, and you can use * as the main
And by the way, your English is much better than my German!
> please excuse my poor englisch.
> Is it possible to connect a (privat Test-Asterisk) to my privat ISDN
> and allow him to only answer one dialed number?
> We have 3 up to 10 Numbers on each (Euro-)ISDN (2 b-chanels), it
> cant't be done by the last Digits cause the numbers are completely
> For Example:
> I have 3 Numbers (641717, 928752....)
> Is it possible to tell Asterisk (in Extensions.conf?) to Answer 641717
> an ignore incomming calls on 928752?
> I need this solution to work with Asterisk without disconnecting my
> Girlfriend from the rest of the world.
> I realy tried to find an answer in your archive,
> Asterisk-Manual, "hitchhiker guide to Asterisk" and in Google but I'm
> affraid that I didn't know the right "searchstring".
> Marco W.
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