|astterisk 8 and mixmonitor||Ido||5/2/12 5:06 AM|
I'm using ahn 1.2.5, and asterisk 8.11.1
When I call MixMonitor using manager without mixing the recordings,
sometimes "in" is leg A, and sometimes it's leg B in the call.
I'm looking for a way to figure out what it will be every time.
Any ideas how to do that, or is it a bug by Asterisk ?
|Re: [Adhearsion] astterisk 8 and mixmonitor||Ben Langfeld||5/2/12 5:11 AM|
Are you sure it's Asterisk, and not your determination of the Channel
header on the AMI action, that is at fault?
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|Re: [Adhearsion] astterisk 8 and mixmonitor||Ido||5/2/12 5:29 AM|
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 3:11 PM, Ben Langfeld <b...@langfeld.co.uk> wrote:I'm not sure that I understand your question (English is not my native
The AMI header looks like this:
DEBUG ami 2012-05-02 15:43:53 Sending AMI action:
>>> Action: monitor
>>> ActionID: pZWLT4gi-3OFk-emUX-6xiu-4GptK0BXJXuR
>>> Channel: Local/leg_a@some-context-9710;2
>>> File: /var/spool/asterisk/recordings/wav/121e0009a9327900c0b9b3d5d5db7426
>>> Mix: 0
(I edited the number and context name)
It always record, but sometimes leg a is is "in" and sometimes leg a
is "out" in the outcome, when i listen to the file itself.
|Re: [Adhearsion] astterisk 8 and mixmonitor||Ben Langfeld||5/2/12 5:40 AM|
What I was asking was, are you sure your channel (there
Local/leg_a@some-context-9710;2) is actually the true leg a?
|Re: [Adhearsion] astterisk 8 and mixmonitor||Ido||5/2/12 5:50 AM|
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 3:40 PM, Ben Langfeld <b...@langfeld.co.uk> wrote:Yes it is. 100% sure.
|Re: [Adhearsion] astterisk 8 and mixmonitor||Ben Langfeld||5/2/12 5:57 AM|
I would suggest you chase it with the Asterisk guys. You're not going
to be able to do anything about it in Adhearsion.