[asterisk-users] What could be stopping "Disconnect Call" feature from working (set in features.txt)
lardconcepts at gmail.com
Wed Nov 9 10:38:39 CST 2016
You, sir, are a genius. Thank you!
I spent ages staring at
but as soon as you gave than /n, everything is working again and I
which explains more.
Thank you again.
On 9 November 2016 at 12:32, Tony Mountifield <tony at softins.co.uk> wrote:
> In article <CAEebyNVUSCiCqvfySPVsgPnAPbbuBn_67TxjSk5j7Gm42+OYig at mail.gmail.com>,
> Jonathan H <lardconcepts at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thank you - that makes sense. I've seen something about swapping and
>> optimizing channels on the console, but I didn't realise "optimize"
>> meant "not do what you wanted".
>> OK, so here's why I'm dialling anything at all:
>> The first dial is because I MUST limit the incoming call to less than
>> 60 minutes.
>> The second dial, which carries the gH option, is because I want
>> someone to be able to listen to a radio stream
>> >From previous discussion here, it seems the only way to do that is the
>> gH workaround above.
>> If I'm not missing a trick here and there's no better way to do those
>> to things, is there any way to force Asterisk to NOT "optimize" those
> Yes, append /n to the local channel:
> same => n,Dial(Local/s at dial-test/n,3,L(3540000:60000))
> Tony Mountifield
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