Misc. Dialplan Tools queue dtmf

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Description

Send DTMF digits after a bridge is successful from the session using the method(s) configured on the endpoint in use.
Note: Use the character w for a .5 second delay and the character W for a 1 second delay.

Usage

queue_dtmf <dtmf digits>[@<tone_duration>]

Example

<action application="queue_dtmf" data="0123456789ABCD*#@100"/>
<action application="bridge" data="sofia/internal/101"/>

Transmit the digits '0123456789ABCD*#' each having a duration of 100ms after connecting to extension 101. If no duration is specified the default DTMF length of 2000ms will be used.

Alternate Example Using execute_on_answer

Some have reported lack of success using queue_dtmf with some TDM cards. User Wayne reports that this worked for him with a Sangoma card:

<extension name="test-tone" >
   <condition field="destination_number" expression="1(.*)" >
        <action application="set" data="effective_caller_id_number=9025556747"/>
        <action application="sleep" data="500"/>
        <action application="flush_dtmf"/>
        <action application="export" data="nolocal:execute_on_answer=send_dtmf W$1#@500" />
       <action application="bridge" data="freetdm/wp1/a/18005551234"/>
   </condition>
</extension>

Options

For SIP calls, the digits can be transmitted via inband, RFC2833, or INFO messages. See Sofia_Configuration_Files for configuration of DTMF transmission methods in mod_sofia.