You can check what subscriptions are active at the Asterisk command line interface using the command "sip show subscriptions". The voicemail is enabled. If not, please do so and refer to this forum thread.I did it on wednesday, but I still didn't receive any answer Back to top #17 Guest_madigan_* Guest_madigan_* Guests Posted 19 This is set to yes by default.
You can check if the module is present by typing the command "module show like devstate" at the Asterisk CLI (Command Line Interface). I have been used the Aastra XML scripts for a while but we also use FOP2 and the XML DND script doesn't update the hints as required and FOP2 doesn't show The hints will grow, as phones subscribe to them, one entry per hint, automatically.When the phone unsubscribes the hint will continue to exist until a reload is performed. t: Timeout.
As a workaround you could look into Dial() with the 'g' option ("go on in context") and consider using ResetCDR(w) and / or NoCdr().Standard Priorities hint: The 'hint' priority associates an If not, please do so and refer to this forum thread. Just need to work out now how to add the extension number as part of an Endpoint template so we don't manually have to configure over 50 handsets.. This will bypass the context issue, but should only be used in an environment where there is only a single instance of the extension that has been subscribed to.
Da ich kein Notify sehe, kann das auch nicht funktionieren. Note, however, that there is a pre-defined list of states that can be assigned to a device - see below. thanks in advance Log in to Reply Smartvox August 2, 2011 at 3:45 pm It is quite difficult to use a custom device state to monitor a SIP trunk. Asterisk Dynamic Hints For example useful to play a notification with Playback().
However, when communicating the state of the channel to an external device, such as a receptionist console, you cannot use the Asterisk internal channel names, but must use an externally identifiable Asterisk Extension State I have also tried adding a new user and device, all to no avail. Get a free login here: Register Thanks! - Find us on Google+ Page Changes | Comments Featured - Get a Free VoIP Quote Cut Business Phone Costs & Save Money! Check This Out WordPress Admin Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic ForumsMembersHelp Files Calendar View New Content snom Forums Members Calendar More snom Forum →
When I leave a message in the mailbox I get the email and the message attachment. Freepbx Hints Answer: Also "busy" (in use).Also chan_capi-cm v0.6.2 and later comes with basic hint support. The voicemail hints are created but never change with new messages. To add a hint for your Trixbox or FreePBX extensions, you will have to edit the file /etc/asterisk/extensions_custom.conf and add a context called ext-local-custom and put the hint in that.
Adding to this, it seems if I try and run '/var/lib/asterisk/bin/generate_hints.php *80 nocampon' manually, (which is the entry I got out of extensions_additional.conf), the script does not get past the line This bestselling guide makes it easy, with a detailed roadmap that shows you how to install and configure this open source software, whether you’re upgrading your existing phone system or starting If this option has not been set, subscriptions will be enabled. Unfortunately the BLF does not light. Asterisk Device State
Make sure the two match. If you have version 1.4 then it might or might not support the feature - it did not come as standard, but was available as a kind of after-sales upgrade. The module we This may be the "default" context or, if using Trixbox or FreePBX, it would usually be the "from-internal" context. Take a look at the section headed "Standard Priorities" and especially the paragraph that explains about Privacy considerations and "subscribecontext": http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+standard+extensions Unfortunately, there is almost no documentation explaining about the subscribecontext
A subscription will result in state change notifications being sent to the subscriber.Configuration for chan_sip is discussed in Configuring chan_sip for Presence SubscriptionsConfiguration for res_pjsip is discussed in Configuring res_pjsip for Asterisk Custom Hints Just reprogrammed the button as *76202 ( 202 is my extension ) and it didn't work... Attach the complete phone settings (-> Status -> Settings -> Save in XML format) and a SIP Trace taken from the phone (-> First clear the trace, then call the monitored
Used for calls that have been hung up due to an AbsoluteTimeout() being reached. You specify a hint like “exten => 6600,hint,park:[email protected]” in your diaplan and then subscribe to the extension, in this case 6600. However, when communicating the state of the channel to an external device, such as a receptionist console, you cannot use the Asterisk internal channel names, but must use an externally identifiable Asterisk Check If Extension Busy Once a phone subscribes to something that matches the pattern a hint will be created using the contents and variables evaluated.Privacy considerations: In sip.conf you can define a subscribecontext= value that
Used for when calls have been inactive after a prompt was played. If you press the button on a BLF programmed key, it will place a call to the number that you assigned to the key. what you can subscribe to - using the CLI command "core show hints". I recorded my unavail greeting, name and changed the password.
Providers offering unlimited calling plans may have restrictions. Hints are defined in the Asterisk dialplan, i.e. This can be done on a per-account basis, as well as in the [general] configuration section.Display hold statesAsterisk can now display hold state in both XML-RPID (SIMPLE) mode and dialog-info subscriptions. Beginning in 2004 Russell spent seven years working for Digium on the Asterisk project.