[asterisk-users] Set SIP peer state busy

Danny Nicholas danny at debsinc.com
Thu Apr 26 08:43:24 CDT 2012

Two "hammer" options you could use - #1 use the sip notify to periodically
reset the phone #2 set up a dialplan snippet to change the credentials of
the peer and do a sip reload so it is disabled. (of course you would need a
corresponding snippet to re-enable the phone).

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Jonas Kellens <jonas.kellens at telenet.be> writes:

> I know you can do this by pressing "DND" on your IP-phone, but can 
> this state also be set in the dialplan ?

You cannot actually achieve this by pressing "DND" on your IP-phone. All
that will accomplish is that the phone answers all calls with "busy", but
Asterisk will keep bombarding it with calls if it happens to be member of a
queue. This can be detrimental to the health of the Asterisk-server.


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