Is it possible to do the above?
Either to a schedule (like wake up calls) or based on a command line command (like how you can do with ‘call flow control’)
Use case: For an elderly member of the household to be able to use a physical push button to send an MQTT command to the host Pi that causes an extension to ring. When the extension is answered, it begins dialling a preset number.
On Apr 27, 12:34 PM @lgaetz replied:
Pretty much every single click-to-dial utility works this way. You
ORIGINATEa call to the local extension which then bridges to another channel on answer.
Sadly with the best will in the world I’ve not been able to find a way to do this.
Basically I want to be able to (for example) via a Node-Red MQTT incoming message from another device on my LAN, cause my kitchen extension to ring. When the extension is answered, I’d like it to immediately being dialling an EXTERNAL (but could be internal) number.
Is that what @lgaetz was referring to? Is there a module to make this simpler?