zanophol wrote:I understand now. So, the "1" is like akin to a real phone answering the call
Yes. If you were forwarding back to your mobile or forwarding to a regular Google Chat client, you can disable the "1" requirement. But, if it's Asterisk answering the call, Google *requires* you to send the "1," even if you told the Google Voice web interface to not require it. So, it's confusing.zanophol wrote:, but in this case, the "phone" is Asterisk and then it handles it however I define.
Correct. Once you've Answered it and sent the "1" back to Google, the call is handled by Asterisk. Google considers that it's been answered and keeps the call up now until Asterisk disconnects it.zanophol wrote:Hmm, what are the implications of not sending the "1"? Does that mean to answer an incoming call, I will have to press a "1" manually if I want to answer at whatever extension I pick up on? Any other implications I need to be aware of? Gotchas with this approach?
exten => s,1,Dial(SIP/mypeer,20,D(:1))
exten => s,1,Dial(SIP/mypeer&SIP/mypeer2&SIP/mypeer3,20,D(:1))
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