[asterisk-users] Re: Dial outbound trunk numbers in a round-robin
jmr.richardson at gmail.com
Mon Apr 16 17:07:12 MST 2007
> > Hi All,
> > Customer is requesting 1 incoming toll free #, that dial out to 4
> > different terminating numbers, not ring all at once but ring #1, then
> > #2, then #3, then #4, then back to #1 consecutively on inbound calls,
> > regardless if someone is on #1. So this is not like a hunt group,
> > more like an agent queue set with a round-robin sequence.
> > I know agents can do this, not too familiar with agents though. Any
> > ideas on doing an inbound call 'group count' or using agents assigned
> > to dial out instead of ring a SIP extension?
> > Thanks.
> > JR
> Do you want this to be that if #1 dosent pick up after x amount of time
> to go to #2 or if last call was at #2 then to now call #3 ?
The latter, if the last call was answered on line 1, then call line 2, if
last call was on 2, then call line 3 and so forth.
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