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This configuration documentation is for functionality provided by res_parking.

res_parking.conf

globals

Options that apply to every parking lot

Configuration Option Reference

Option Name

Type

Default Value

Regular Expression

Description

parkeddynamic

Boolean

no

false

Enables dynamically created parkinglots.

parking_lot

Defined parking lots for res_parking to use to park calls on

Configuration Option Reference

Option Name

Type

Default Value

Regular Expression

Description

context

String

parkedcalls

false

The name of the context where calls are parked and picked up from.

parkext

String

 

false

Extension to park calls to this parking lot.

parkext_exclusive

Boolean

no

false

If yes, the extension registered as parkext will park exclusively to this parking lot.

parkpos

Custom

701-750

false

Numerical range of parking spaces which can be used to retrieve parked calls.

parkinghints

Boolean

no

false

If yes, this parking lot will add hints automatically for parking spaces.

parkingtime

Unsigned Integer

45

false

Amount of time a call will remain parked before giving up (in seconds).

parkedmusicclass

String

 

false

Which music class to use for parked calls. They will use the default if unspecified.

comebacktoorigin

Boolean

yes

false

Determines what should be done with the parked channel if no one picks it up before it times out.

comebackdialtime

Unsigned Integer

30

false

Timeout for the Dial extension created to call back the parker when a parked call times out.

comebackcontext

String

parkedcallstimeout

false

Context where parked calls will enter the PBX on timeout when comebacktoorigin=no

courtesytone

String

 

false

If the name of a sound file is provided, use this as the courtesy tone

parkedplay

Custom

caller

false

Who we should play the courtesytone to on the pickup of a parked call from this lot

parkedcalltransfers

Custom

no

false

Who to apply the DTMF transfer features to when parked calls are picked up or timeout.

parkedcallreparking

Custom

no

false

Who to apply the DTMF parking feature to when parked calls are picked up or timeout.

parkedcallhangup

Custom

no

false

Who to apply the DTMF hangup feature to when parked calls are picked up or timeout.

parkedcallrecording

Custom

no

false

Who to apply the DTMF MixMonitor recording feature to when parked calls are picked up or timeout.

findslot

Custom

first

false

Rule to use when trying to figure out which parking space a call should be parked with.

courtesytone

 

 

 

If set, the sound set will be played to whomever is set by parkedplay

Configuration Option Descriptions

context

This option is only used if parkext is set.

parkext

If this option is used, this extension will automatically be created to place calls into parking lots. In addition, if parkext_exclusive is set for this parking lot, the name of the parking lot will be included in the application's arguments so that it only parks to this parking lot. The extension will be created in context. Using this option also creates extensions for retrieving parked calls from the parking spaces in the same context.

parkpos

If parkext is set, these extensions will automatically be mapped in context in order to pick up calls parked to these parking spaces.

comebacktoorigin

Valid Options:

  • yes - Automatically have the parked channel dial the device that parked the call with dial timeout set by the parkingtime option. When the call times out an extension to dial the PARKER will automatically be created in the park-dial context with an extension of the flattened parker device name. If the call is not answered, the parked channel that is timing out will continue in the dial plan at that point if there are more priorities in the extension (which won't be the case unless the dialplan deliberately includes such priorities in the park-dial context through pattern matching or deliberately written flattened peer extensions).
  • no - Place the call into the PBX at comebackcontext instead. The extension will still be set as the flattened peer name. If an extension the flattened peer name isn't available then it will fall back to the s extension. If that also is unavailable it will attempt to fall back to s@default. The normal dial extension will still be created in the park-dial context with the extension also being the flattened peer name.

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    Flattened Peer Names - Extensions can not include slash characters since those are used for pattern matching. When a peer name is flattened, slashes become underscores. For example if the parker of a call is called SIP/0004F2040001 then flattened peer name and therefor the extensions created and used on timeouts will be SIP_0004F204001.

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    When parking times out and the channel returns to the dial plan, the following variables are set:

  • PARKING_SPACE - extension that the call was parked in prior to timing out.
  • PARKINGSLOT - Deprecated. Use PARKING_SPACE instead.
  • PARKEDLOT - name of the lot that the call was parked in prior to timing out.
  • PARKER - The device that parked the call
  • PARKER_FLAT - The flat version of PARKER

comebackcontext

The extension the call enters will prioritize the flattened peer name in this context. If the flattened peer name extension is unavailable, then the 's' extension in this context will be used. If that also is unavailable, the 's' extension in the 'default' context will be used.

courtesytone

By default, this tone is only played to the caller of a parked call. Who receives the tone can be changed using the parkedplay option.

parkedplay
  • no - Apply to neither side.
  • caller - Apply only to the call connecting with the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • callee - Apply only to the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • both - Apply to both sides.

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    If courtesy tone is not specified then this option will be ignored.

parkedcalltransfers
  • no - Apply to neither side.
  • caller - Apply only to the call connecting with the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • callee - Apply only to the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • both - Apply to both sides.

parkedcallreparking
  • no - Apply to neither side.
  • caller - Apply only to the call connecting with the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • callee - Apply only to the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • both - Apply to both sides.

parkedcallhangup
  • no - Apply to neither side.
  • caller - Apply only to the call connecting with the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • callee - Apply only to the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • both - Apply to both sides.

parkedcallrecording
  • no - Apply to neither side.
  • caller - Apply only to the call connecting with the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • callee - Apply only to the call coming out of the parking lot.
  • both - Apply to both sides.

findslot
  • first - Always try to place in the lowest available space in the parking lot
  • next - Track the last parking space used and always attempt to use the one immediately after.

Import Version

This documentation was imported from Asterisk Version SVN-branch-12-r434356

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