#asterisk - Mon 2 Apr 2007 between 12:18 and 12:29

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aydiosmioprobably copied it out of freepbx
MercestesI've always had to manually configure my dialplan to try a series of numbers off of varying available technolgoies. Man, it would be nice if Asterisk was intuitive enough to implement that as a feature.
LeddyHMI guess that answers my question then
we got lucky ;)
aydiosmioringall, ringall-prim, hunt, hunt-prim, memoryhunt, memoryhunt-prim
LeddyHMand that it's a manual process to configure
aydiosmiolook familiar?
Cybertoygood morning
MercestesLeddyHM, That is correct.
Cybertoywoops.. wrong chat window ... :)
MercestesLeddyHM, It's just like dialing a sip phone, except you try a series of numbers instead of just one.
Cybertoybut wish you guys a good morning anyway...
MercestesGood morning Cybertoy
LeddyHMit looks like they created a macro
MercestesLeddyHM, That'd be a good way to do it.
LeddyHMawesome
I'll make sure not to lose the config then :)
Mercestesbefore you change a whole lot.....
it wouldn't reference a DB would it?
aydiosmioLeddyHM: what's the macro called?
LeddyHMmacro-findme, macro-followme
merc: doesn't look that way
ayd: looking to see if it's a freepbx rip?
MercestesLeddyHM, Does it call an AGI at anypoint?
aydiosmioLeddyHM: yeah
freepbx both have meetme and followme configurations built in
but meh
LeddyHMI haven't seen an AGI call
what would I look for?
MercestesLeddyHM, AGI()
LeddyHMno
but it has "s-NOANSWER"
is that "standard"?
MercestesYea.
There should be a Goto(s-${DIALSTATUS} somewhere.
could hire a consultant
nasls_lsaI have asterisk 1.4.0 , and at CLI> I can't see any support of misdn .. any ideas ?
Jubeinasls_lsa: have you setup chann_mISDN?
nasls_lsayes , as the instructions said , but even that I don't know how to check if it works fine ..
I didn't get any error ..

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