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How to develop a PHP - AGI (Asterisk Gateway Interface) without external libraries "php-agi"or "AstPHPAGI"

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php [posted on sinologic.net] Many people who are learning Asterisk and they know the possibilities of this application, want to start developing their own solutions for Asterisk to interact with databases, files, file system and according to some value, get Asterisk to make a call, play a phrase, or a thousand other things.

This is done through a concept called Asterisk AGI (Asterisk Gateway Interface) and amounts to a program developed by us (or another user) that runs Asterisk (important to the latter) and serves to interact with the system Asterisk Linux, you can access local files, physical ports (USB, serial ports, parallel, etc.) databases, websites, and virtually anything else that can handle your Linux system.

Do not go into the "depth"which is entered in the course Advanced Asterisk, but offer a basic skeleton of a programmed in PHP AGI without external libraries and using a very simple program (ideal to become familiar with this type of system integration Asterisk-*)
Then you have an ultra-basic example on how it can be programmed in PHP AGI and without type libraries "php-agi"or "AstPHPAGI", or any other, only your Asterisk, you and PHP with MODULIT.

 

How to code a Callback feature using VoiceXML?

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callback-ivr-430

[posted on i6net.com] here is a small example about how to implement a VoiceXML callback feature for your IVR service. VXI* won’t pickup the call of the caller, a ringback tone is playing before hangup. Once the call is hangup, the platform callback the caller (caller ID or session.connection.remote.url). A callback service is a very good idea to avoid call charges for your customers when they are calling you.

account1:

1.Call 0001
2.the IVR pickup the call…
3.and execute your service (charged if you call it directly)

 

Asterisk 101 : How to troll telemarketers (aka automatically send hidden Caller ID to a waiting music forever)

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anti_Telemarketers [posted on sakana.fr by Stephane Kattoor] If like me you get tons of telemarketers calls, there’s an easy way to get rid of them with a quick Asterisk hack. The following Asterisk configuration snippet will immediately send any hidden caller ID (99% telemarketers, and I have a general policy of not picking up the phone for hidden caller ID anyway) to a holding music making them waste money and time…

This snippet is to place into the extension.conf file :

[incoming] ; incoming calls
exten => s,1,GotoIf($["${CALLERID(NUM)}" = "anonymous"] ? 10)

 

How to use astercc,freepbx and asterisk to build a broadcasting system with IVR and Queue agents.

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clip_image001[4][Posted on astercc.org] the most feature in astercc is the predictive dialer, using the dialer you could improve the work efficiency. In this tutorial, I will introduce how to setup a dialer with a pre-configed IVR:  when dialer start work, customers will hear a IVR which you configed in Freepbx, so we could also config in the IVR to accept customer input, and we can forward to an new IVR or agents in a queue.

1. config a Queue in freepbx

usually you want to config a queue to resonpse customer if they want to reach some live agent, so we config a queue first

 

How to turn your website into a Telephone extension?

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doddle It is a doddle!, Doddle is a WebPhone you can use it to add Call Me Button, Click2Call features for your VoIP Line and Web Site!

Two Steps To turn your website into a Telephone extension.

Step 1: Create two SIP/VoIP accounts anywhere.

There are many VoIP providers out there offering FREE SIP accounts and FREE calls between users.
You can use, for instance iptel service or ippi Create two accounts: [myuser1, mypassword1] and [myuser2, mypassword2]

Step 2: Configure Doddle webphone and web Call Button widgets this way:

Making call from webpage: A Call Button, user2 calling user1 -Embed HTML Code

 

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