[asterisk-users] Best way to update ever changing dialplans

Lenz Emilitri lenz.loway at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 10:04:28 CDT 2018

Depends on how complex the generated dial-plan is.If it is in a
monitored production environment, you could have an ARI app and just
let it handle it all, especially if it needs to make complex decisions
that end in simple choices (like: detecting the caller, asking them
some questions but finally routing to queue A versus B).

2018-06-25 18:54 GMT+02:00 Dovid Bender <dovid at telecurve.com>:
> I am working on a system where I connect to an external API and based on
> what it gives me I generate the Asterisk dial plan accordingly. I am
> thinking about my different options and wanted feedback from others on how
> to best do it.
> 1) Generate conf files for Asterisk - This seems the easiest but then I will
> be doing a dial plan reload on all of my dial plan for handful of lines of
> code. The plus side is once reload is don the dial plan is in memory.
> 2) Using real time + mysql - Seems like an overkill to have mysql running
> taking resources for a few lines.
> 3) Using real time + sqlite3 - This seems like the best option but then we
> go to disk every time there is a call.
> Any other options that I am not thinking of?
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