[asterisk-users] Peculiar problem with failover provision.
logan at keobi.com
Mon Sep 24 06:03:36 CDT 2012
Why not use the DIALSTATUS channel variable to determine if a fail over is
On Sep 24, 2012 6:00 AM, "Thomas Kenyon" <digium at sanguinarius.co.uk> wrote:
> I have noticed a peculiar problem recently with the way that the failover
> operates in my dialplan.
> I normally have:
> (or something similar).
> This has up until now worked flawlessly.
> If there is an error with the first provider, the call is completed with
> the second one.
> Now, what is happening is, if the remote party hags up first, then the
> call progresses to the next priority and re-dials them.
> Is this a change in default behaviour?
> Do I need to add a particular flag / config directive to my dialplan
> I am running Asterisk 10.6.0.
> Thanks for any help in solving this.
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