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The DEVSTATE() function is versatile, allowing us to check and/or set the status of a device, as its name suggests. One very common use is to activate phone lamps, showing users if they have set a feature such as DND or call forwarding. In the following examples, we will look at both setting and checking methods: The function reports on, or can set, the following states: NOT_INUSE INUSE BUSY INVALID UNAVAILABLE RINGING RINGINUSE ONHOLD Outgoing trunk selection The application can be used here to check that an outgoing peer is "available" and not "down", before you send a call to it.
If you don't, then all you can do is allocate one router for inbound (register via an inbound router) and the rest for outbound. System() application The System() application allows Asterisk to run Linux commands and shell scripts. What we will look at here is a simple hotdesking deployment script for asterisk. This type of deployment method is used by all commercial PBXs and is needed for any enterprise deployment of Asterisk. Hand editing filenames or even configuring phones via their web GUI will not be accepted by a customer or end user.
Func_devstate make make install [ 22 ] This material is copyright and is licensed for the sole use by Anna Indahl on 12th August 2009 PSC 94 Box 361, , APO, , 09824 Chapter 1 If under Dialplan Functions, the DEVSTATE() function does not show up, you will need to edit the menuselect-tree to add it. so"> Then compile Asterisk as shown previously. What can we use the DEVSTATE() function for? The DEVSTATE() function is versatile, allowing us to check and/or set the status of a device, as its name suggests.