[asterisk-users] Queue member not local - PJSIP - Asterisk 16

Administrator TOOTAI admin at tootai.net
Sat Nov 24 04:37:18 CST 2018

No one on this ?

Le 22/11/2018 à 17:59, Administrator TOOTAI a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I want to set dynamic queue with non local members. I create an 
> extension 115 in [localEP] context which is doing the job, eg calls to 
> this extension are forwarded to the non local endpoint (which is an IP 
> phone connected to an external Asterisk 13 version). Phones are SNOM.
> Queue looks like this (all members defines the same one, test purpose):
> deblix9*CLI> queue show q301
> q301 has 0 calls (max unlimited) in 'ringall' strategy (0s holdtime, 0s 
> talktime), W:0, C:0, A:18, SL:0.0%, SL2:94.4% within 60s
>     Members:
>        PJSIP/TOOTAI115 at TOOTAiAudio (ringinuse disabled) (dynamic) 
> (Invalid) has taken no calls yet
>        PJSIP/PPermis115 (ringinuse disabled) (dynamic) (Not in use) has 
> taken no calls yet
>        Local/115 at localEP/n (ringinuse disabled) (dynamic) (Invalid) has 
> taken no calls yet
>     No Callers
> where Local/115 is the working extension I spoke above. The 
> PJSIP/TOOTAI115 being the external member. If I display DEVICE_STATE in 
> dialplan, I get the INVALID status as shown above.
> I also tried to setup an PPermis115 peer in a phone and modify features 
> to forward all calls. This doesn't work either getting below about when 
> calling the queue:
> PJSIP/PPermis115-000000d3 connected line has changed. Saving it until 
> answer for PJSIP/PPermis102-000000d1
>      -- Forwarding PJSIP/PPermis102-000000d1 to '125' prevented.
> [continuously]
> Is there a way to force the state of a member or to tell to a queue to 
> call a member anyway even if the state is invalid? Other solution?
> Thanks for any hint
> Regards

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