[asterisk-users] How to execute priorities following a caller hangup in a successful Dial?

Antony Stone Antony.Stone at asterisk.open.source.it
Tue Jun 5 03:21:24 CDT 2018

On Tuesday 05 June 2018 at 08:33:26, David P wrote:

> We're using Asterisk 14.7.6 and I have a dialplan that ends like this:
>  same => n,Dial(SIP/${EXTEN:0:4}@peer1)
>  same => n,Set(GLOBAL(EpochAtCallEnd)=${EPOCH})
>  same => n,Hangup()
> When peer1 hangsup, the priorities after the Dial are executed fine. But
> when the caller hangsup during the Dial, the cleanup steps aren't done.
> Why?
> I did read "Note that on a successful connection, in the absence of the g
> and G modifiers (below), the Dial command does not return to allow
> execution of further commands for that extension in that context." at
> https://www.voip-info.org/asterisk-cmd-dial/ But it seems not to apply
> because I'm seeing the 'g' behavior without specifying that option, and the
> 'G' option seems intended for a far more complicated scenario.

If you're getting "g" functionality without specifying it, congratulations.

If you want something similar when the callER hangs up, you want to use the F 



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