[asterisk-users] How to Dial a number with Sangoma PRI card?
levelz at terra.com.br
Tue Sep 19 03:44:24 MST 2006
I just use Dial(Zap/1/1234)
From: Mario <mgnospam at fgasoftware.com>
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Subject:[asterisk-users] How to Dial a number with Sangoma PRI card?
that's exactly what I'm doing (in Python instead of PHP, but that
doesn't matter). However, my question is: should I ask if ZAP/1 is
available or if ZAP/1-1 is available? For example:
And, once discovered which channel is available, which form of Dial
should I use? Should I say:
> I did it like this:
> I wrote a PHP AGI script, that I call from the dial plan.
> In the AGI I check
> fwrite(STDOUT,"CHANNEL STATUS $currchan \n");
> where currchan is ZAP/1 for instance. It returns whether the channel
> is used. I then pass this back as a variable back to dial plan, and I
> use that variable to dial.
> Mario wrote:
>> That's ok if I want to dial through a group. But, for my specific
>> requirements, I need to dial through a specific channel. I even need
>> to use the ChanIsAvail application to discover which channels are
>> Thus, without using a group, which is the correct way to dial through
>> a PRI?
>> Lacy Moore - Aspendora wrote:
>>> I dial using groups. Dial(Zap/g1/1234)
>>> I'm pretty sure this was taken off of the examples on the Sangoma
>>> On 9/19/06, *Mario* <mgnospam at fgasoftware.com
>>> <mailto:mgnospam at fgasoftware.com>> wrote:
>>> I have a Sangoma PRI card configured for E1 line (i.e. 30+1
>>> channels per
>>> port) and I'm not quite sure on how the Dial command should
>>> I'm using the standard Dial command as if it were a Zap channel.
>>> For example
>>> Dial(Zap/1/1234) ; Dial 1234 using channel 1 on port 1
>>> Dial(Zap/32/1234) ; Dial 1234 using channel 1 on port 2 (i.e.
>>> zapata entry)
>>> Most often than not this works, but sometimes the call fails.
>>> reading the Asterisk docs, it says that to dial using a PRI card I
>>> should use, instead, the following command:
>>> Dial(Zap/1-1/1234) ; Dial using channel 1 on port 1
>>> Dial(Zap/2-1/1234) ; Dial using channel 1 on port 2
>>> Which one is correct? Should I dial Zap/32 or Zap/2-1 to go
>>> through the
>>> 1st channel on port 2?
>>> I'm scared of changing my whole dial plan and then discover that,
>>> occasionally, things do not work as expected.
>>> Please, can someone who has used Sangoma PRI card help me? My
>>> Zapata.conf is set as if we had 60+ channels (something similar to
>>> context = my_context
>>> group = 1
>>> signalling = pri_cpe
>>> switchtype = euroisdn
>>> channel => 1-15, 17-31 ; Same, up to channel 62
>>> Thanks in advance.
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