[asterisk-users] Tranfer the called number in 3 way call

John Kiniston johnkiniston at gmail.com
Fri Dec 9 09:17:11 CST 2016

You could use the IAXVAR() function to set variables before dialing your
IAX peer on the initial PBX that then get retrieved by the 2nd PBX.
same => n,Set(IAXVAR(CALLERID)=${CALLERID(num)})

same => n,NoOP(CallerID is ${IAXVAR(CALLERID)} DNID is ${IAXVAR(DNID)})

On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 10:34 PM, sam habash <sam_habash at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hey there,
> I have a question i want a dialplan to send the called number of the
> client instead of my callerID when making a 3way call or when transfering
> to an extension from a bridge to another pbx. The problem i add a variable
> and using thw two underscores but i still see the my calledID , i am using
> both asterisk 1.8.29 and other is asterisk 11.4 here is the dialplan
> inherit which i do :
> exten=> _6XX,n,set(__var=${EXTEN})
> exten=> _6XX,n,Dial(IAX2/bridge/${EXTEN},,tTor)
> I want to recieve the client number that were called from my first pvx
> with 5XX extensions to be shown on my second pbx with 6XX while making a
> transfer to the bridge with 3 way call or blind transfer , I know i am
> missing something here , can you guys help me.
> Sent from my LG Mobile
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