[asterisk-users] Adding a pause when transfering a call

Max Grobecker max.grobecker at ml.grobecker.info
Sun Oct 2 06:31:41 CDT 2016


some phones can add a pause when dialing, sometimes by holding the * or # key a few seconds after the first digit.
If it works, the phone normally adds a "W" or ";" to the dial string.
So you would program the speed dial key with <*2[hold * or #]101>.

Am 01.10.2016 um 20:22 schrieb Tech Support:
> All;
>     When I transfer a call to another extension, I can simply press *2 and then the extension number, say 101. No big deal. The problem I am having is in programming a speed dial key to dial *2101, which is failing. The only thing I can think of is that the speed dial key is dialing the string too fast and Asterisk sees it as <*2101> instead of <*2><101> which fails. How do other people get around this?
> Thanks;
> John  

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