|Mavvie||yonahw-work: that looks like a macro, not a context.|
|kaldemar||if it was named [macro-from-pstn] it would be a macro.|
|Mavvie||kaldemar: true, but a context with s,... in it?|
|kaldemar||yonahw-work: you need to replase s with something that matches your number(s).|
|Mavvie||of course I'm not really understanding this, but for me a context matches numbers/|
|yonahw-work||i was under the impression that s would match any starting number|
as in a call starts at s if not defined anywhere else
|kaldemar||nope, s doesn't match all numbers.|
Mavvie: you can have s in a context for example if you set zapata channels as immediate.
but that's clearly not the case here.
|JT||Mavvie: s, i, t, and a few other are contexts for fallback behaviour|
|yonahw-work||how can i set my zapata channels as immediate and what other reprecussions will that have|
meaning I want to answer all calls to the pri, do i have to setup a context for each did?
|kaldemar||yonahw-work: if you have PRI and actually get numbers from the line to asterisk, you do not want to set your channels yo immediate. replace the s with something that matches your numbers.|
an exten-line is enough for each DID.
|yonahw-work||oh i am unfamiliar with exten-line i will have to look that up|
how can i set a pause upon answer the first word of my ivr is not heard
|kaldemar||yonahw-work: use answer and wait|
|yonahw-work||kaldemar: thanks got it working|
how can I set my outbound dialing for a pri to pick up any available extension
|mrc3__||canreinvite=no; nat=yes; insecure=very; and still no audio|
|eald_home||mrc3_, I'm not reading really but, codecs?|
|mrc3__||i also added some iptables for forwarding port 5060 to this computer, but that didn't help either|
|Mavvie||all phone numbers from Australian Technology Partnerships are out of service....|
|mrc3__||eald_home, hmmmm... i hadn't given that a thought. let me see|
|orlock||Mavvie" from? they a voip reseller?|
looking at one screen, typing on another.... :)
|Mavvie||orlock: try a full line.|
|JT||orlock: yes, they're digium's official .au resellers|
|JT||quite amusing their phones are out|