[asterisk-users] $agi->hangup() Does not hang up the channel

Mehdi Rahimi mrm.cisco at gmail.com
Sun Sep 16 23:44:04 CDT 2012

Thank you for your reply
i did it in both ways (AGI and DIALPLAN) but not working.
so you mean it is because of telco ?
what about digital lines such as E1 ?


On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 8:57 AM, Raj Mathur (राज माथुर)
<raju at linux-delhi.org> wrote:
> On Monday 17 Sep 2012, Mehdi Rahimi wrote:
>> I need to use agi to handle some issue , after finishing agi i want
>> to hang up the channel , if i call from an extension there is no
>> problem but i want to be the same for PSTN (outside) caller , if
>> someone call asterisk show the hang up channel but the caller is not
>> disconnected and if meanwhile someone inside try to call from an
>> extension the outide caller can listen to DTMF and everything . . .
>> .
>> I would be really grateful if you share your close experience .
> If this is on Analog (FXO) lines then you may be out of luck.  In India,
> at least, the called party cannot hang up an incoming call on an analog
> line -- the caller has to do it.
> In any case, what happens if you execute HangUp() in your dialplan
> instead of in AGI?
> Regards,
> -- Raj
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