@lgaetz if I have an inbound route that goes to conference bridge is there a way to trigger an action when the that original caller hangs up?
Yes. See this post, the part titled “How do I perform a custom action on hangup?”
Thanks @lgaetz. The ticket you reference in the hooking post is now closed, saying use [sub-dialout-one-predial-hook] but your older post references [macro-dialout-one-predial-hook].
Just confirming the ticket notes, I can swap the two and that’s all that’s needed? What about the macroexit line?
Instead of using one of the dialplan hooks, in this case, it’s better to create a Custom Destination to set the hangup hander. So the call flow would go something like:
Inbound Route → Custom Destination → Conference
With custom dialplan like:
[mahbell-sethh] exten => s,1,Noop(Entering user defined context mahbell-sethh in extensions_custom.conf) exten => s,n,Set(CHANNEL(hangup_handler_push)=mahbell-do-this-on-hangup,s,1) exten => s,n,Return [mahbell-do-this-on-hangup] exten => s,1,Noop(Entering user defined context mahbell-do-this-on-hangup in extensions_custom.conf) ; additional lines exten => s,n,Return
For the custom dest you would use a Gosub line of
mahbell-sethh,s,1, enable the return option and set the destination for the caller after setting the HH.
Thanks! What about if I want to trigger something when the internal extension hangs up after a user picks up their sangoma desk phone or soft phone to make a call?
@lgaetz seems like I need to use the old way to get the extensions post hang up checks going?
Yes, you would use dialplan hooks to run dialplan when a local user makes a call or after a local extension hangs up with a hangup handler.
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