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[asterisk-config-auf.git] / etc-asterisk / features.conf
2; Sample Call Features (parking, transfer, etc) configuration
6parkext => *22 ; What extension to dial to park
7parkpos => 22200-22299 ; What extensions to park calls on. These needs to be
8 ; numeric, as Asterisk starts from the start position
9 ; and increments with one for the next parked call.
10context => parkedcalls ; Which context parked calls are in
11parkingtime => 120 ; Number of seconds a call can be parked for
12 ; (default is 45 seconds)
13courtesytone = beep ; Sound file to play to the parked caller
14 ; when someone dials a parked call
15 ; or the Touch Monitor is activated/deactivated.
16;parkedplay = caller ; Who to play the courtesy tone to when picking up a parked call
17 ; one of: parked, caller, both (default is caller)
18;adsipark = yes ; if you want ADSI parking announcements
19;findslot => next ; Continue to the 'next' free parking space.
20 ; Defaults to 'first' available
21;parkedmusicclass=default ; This is the MOH class to use for the parked channel
22 ; as long as the class is not set on the channel directly
23 ; using Set(CHANNEL(musicclass)=whatever) in the dialplan
25transferdigittimeout => 3 ; Number of seconds to wait between digits when transferring a call
26 ; (default is 3 seconds)
27;xfersound = beep ; to indicate an attended transfer is complete
28;xferfailsound = beeperr ; to indicate a failed transfer
29xfersound = pbx-transfer
30xferfailsound = abandons
32;pickupexten = *8 ; Configure the pickup extension. (default is *8)
33pickupexten = *#
35featuredigittimeout = 500 ; Max time (ms) between digits for
36 ; feature activation (default is 500 ms)
37atxfernoanswertimeout = 15 ; Timeout for answer on attended transfer default is 15 seconds.
39; Note that the DTMF features listed below only work when two channels have answered and are bridged together.
40; They can not be used while the remote party is ringing or in progress. If you require this feature you can use
41; chan_local in combination with Answer to accomplish it.
44blindxfer => ## ; Blind transfer (default is #)
45disconnect => *10 ; Disconnect (default is *)
46automon => *13 ; One Touch Record a.k.a. Touch Monitor
47atxfer => ** ; Attended transfer
48;parkcall => #72 ; Park call (one step parking)
51; Note that the DYNAMIC_FEATURES channel variable must be set to use the features
52; defined here. The value of DYNAMIC_FEATURES should be the names of the features
53; to allow the channel to use separated by '#'. For example:
55; Set(DYNAMIC_FEATURES=myfeature1#myfeature2#myfeature3)
58; The syntax for declaring a dynamic feature is the following:
60;<FeatureName> => <DTMF_sequence>,<ActivateOn>[/<ActivatedBy>],<Application>[,<AppArguments>[,MOH_Class]]
62; FeatureName -> This is the name of the feature used in when setting the
63; DYNAMIC_FEATURES variable to enable usage of this feature.
64; DTMF_sequence -> This is the key sequence used to activate this feature.
65; ActivateOn -> This is the channel of the call that the application will be executed
66; on. Valid values are "self" and "peer". "self" means run the
67; application on the same channel that activated the feature. "peer"
68; means run the application on the opposite channel from the one that
69; has activated the feature.
70; ActivatedBy -> This is which channel is allowed to activate this feature. Valid
71; values are "caller", "callee", and "both". "both" is the default.
72; The "caller" is the channel that executed the Dial application, while
73; the "callee" is the channel called by the Dial application.
74; Application -> This is the application to execute.
75; AppArguments -> These are the arguments to be passed into the application.
76; MOH_Class -> This is the music on hold class to play while the idle
77; channel waits for the feature to complete. If left blank,
78; no music will be played.
81; IMPORTANT NOTE: The applicationmap is not intended to be used for all Asterisk
82; applications. When applications are used in extensions.conf, they are executed
83; by the PBX core. In this case, these applications are executed outside of the
84; PBX core, so it does *not* make sense to use any application which has any
85; concept of dialplan flow. Examples of this would be things like Macro, Goto,
86; Background, WaitExten, and many more.
88; Enabling these features means that the PBX needs to stay in the media flow and
89; media will not be re-directed if DTMF is sent in the media stream.
91; Example Usage:
93;testfeature => #9,peer,Playback,tt-monkeys ;Allow both the caller and callee to play
94; ;tt-monkeys to the opposite channel
96;pauseMonitor => #1,self/callee,Pausemonitor ;Allow the callee to pause monitoring
97; ;on their channel
98;unpauseMonitor => #3,self/callee,UnPauseMonitor ;Allow the callee to unpause monitoring
99; ;on their channel