[jitsi-users] Set device state to "Unavailable" during a call


#1

Is there a way to make Jitsi set it's device state to unavailable during a call so that Asterisk will skip it in our dial plan?

Or is there a way to set Asterisk to pay attention to the presence state and skip any busy users?

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#2

Set "call-limit=1" in the device section of /etc/asterisk/sip.conf?

Antony.

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On Thursday 27 April 2017 at 10:28:47, Mathew Shires wrote:

Is there a way to make Jitsi set it's device state to unavailable during
a call so that Asterisk will skip it in our dial plan?

Or is there a way to set Asterisk to pay attention to the presence state
and skip any busy users?

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#3

setting "call-limit=1" works but it also breaks consult transfers, which we need.

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On 27/04/2017 10:42 AM, Antony Stone wrote:

On Thursday 27 April 2017 at 10:28:47, Mathew Shires wrote:

Is there a way to make Jitsi set it's device state to unavailable during
a call so that Asterisk will skip it in our dial plan?

Or is there a way to set Asterisk to pay attention to the presence state
and skip any busy users?

Set "call-limit=1" in the device section of /etc/asterisk/sip.conf?

Antony.

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