[oclug] Asterisk question: dealing with a SIP phone that's left
off the hook?
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Mon Feb 9 07:17:47 EST 2009
That isn't Asterisk's doing. That's the Grandstream. Concentrate on it,
perhaps email the company.
I am not familiar with them, so I can't assist you more on that front.
On Sun, 8 Feb 2009 20:50:39 -0500
Rob Young <bobbotron at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm trying to find out how to fix a problem I'm having with my
> asterisk home setup, maybe some here can help.
> I have one grandstream ATA (286 HT) set up as a SIP client for all
> incoming and outcoming calls for my setup. I noticed recently, if one of
> the analog phones connected to the ATA is left off of the hook, it
> will automatically pick up an incoming call. This isn't good, because
> if someone calls the house, they'll get a phone with no one on it! :)
> I would like my set up handle this better, perhaps to instead start
> beeping or hang up the connection? Is there a standard way to set this
> up? Is this usually configured in the extensions.conf file, or on the
> ATA? I have looked through the info on voip-info for tips on how to
> deal with this, but haven't found anything to solve my problem.
> Robert Young
> Ps: are there any active asterisk forums I should be asking this
> question? The voip-info forums seem to be very dead.
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