Every so often I see someone ask whether it's possible to make internal calls have a distinctive ring from external ones. I thought it would not be that difficult, but I was wrong. Let's say that you have three-digit extensions, and whenever someone calls extension 234 you want it to ring with the normal pattern if it's an external call, but with a different pattern if it's an internal call (and we assume here that the endpoint supports this). This is as far as I got - in extensions_custom.conf, I added the following at the bottom of the [from-internal-custom] context:
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I have a one Freepbx with a one analog card with 8 FXO ports, and we have 8 analog lines.
and I have this problem,
My boss like a special setup at 3 extension :
1. when a first line at my card ring , this call song in one specific extension directly, without pass for my IVR. This case is for 3 lines more.
2.and He like to call out our office without put a 9 before a number, but this setup is only for a same extension in part one.
Anybody can help me with this crazy requirement ?
This is my first post on this board so first hi to everyone.
I have been tasked with rebuilding Asterisk after the previous builds died.
I don't have experience in this area and am a complete newbie so I apologies if my terminology isn't exact, and I'm happy for any and all suggestions.
Now onto the problem I have set-up the system to the point where I can make internal calls between devices, but I am unable to make calls externally to a mobile device, landlines or any other destination, and when I do it Asterisk replies with "all circuits are busy".
Is it possible to block an outgoing caller id that has been spoofed? I received two calls within the past two days that came up BLOCKED. I fwd them to trapcall.com and received the number of (614) 738-xxxx. That person claims that they don't know me, but I find it hard to believe that someone would BLOCK a callerid number which happens to belong to someone who is a friend of a friend. something hokey is going on here. Is there a way to reverse a spoofed caller id to find out what SIP/IAX provider it is coming from?
I'm trying to set up an extension that will ring first at the extension, and then call my cell phone.
The problem is, I want the voicemail to go back to the PBXIAF system.
I tried using FollwMe on the extension.
I set the amount of time that I want it to ring, set it to hunt, and added my cell phone as 1xxxxxxxxxx#, but once it rings my cell, it won't go back to the PBXIAF voicemail.
Also, are there any better ways to have it ring a cell phone when I'm not at my desk?
Once logged into Voicemail & Recordings my users are repeatedly asked to relogin every time a link is clicked with this portal. The login request are just endless loop. This even happens w/ the ARI admin acct.
how can this be fixed?
In recent days, incoming calls no longer work.
I don't have problems with outgoing calls. I haven't changed the configuration of FreePBX and I don't understand why it is not working. Here is the configuration of my inbound route:
DID Number: sip_phone_number
Extensions: <123> my_extension
Then here is the configuration of the trunk:
Outbound Caller ID: sip_phone_number
Trunk Name: sip_name
I have the strangest thing happening, when I dial a custom extension that has been set up as an external number, the number dials just fine but for some reason the system never detects that the cell phone has answered and it keeps on ringing. If I dial the number directly (we dial 9 to get out) without using an extension it works just fine. In the CLI output I did notice one difference:
WHEN DIALED FROM EXTENSION
Executing Dial("Local/9xxxxxxx@from-internal-8cdd,2", "ZAP/g2/xxxxxxx|300|M(setmusic^none)TW") in new stack
-- Called g2/xxxxxxx
-- Zap/1-1 is ringing
i have created two extension which are successfully connected to asterisknow i can call to each extention but when i see report for cdr & even in mysql database i dont see any cdr ot call logs . can some one let me know what is wrong going on.
Having issues with version 188.8.131.52. All inbound calls are recording however they are way to fast. Have tried all file formats wav, gsm etc but no difference.
Inbound calls are made via ISDN openvox B400p card.
All outbound calls record perfectly.