Getting Started :: Australian OZ RUBY Dial Plan 2016/2017

Feedback, issues & questions regarding the use of the Telis Wizard and Simple Wizard dial plans.
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Flip
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Re: Getting Started :: Australian OZ RUBY Dial Plan 2016/2017

Post by Flip » Tue Oct 18, 2016 4:29 pm

I'm glad I could help! :)

Does dt= add a delay on that leg, or the subsequent leg? i.e. before initiating that leg (leg before the dt= position) or the following leg (after the dt= position)?

Ta
ISP: Exetel ADSL2+ $60 Bundle. 22.4/1.2Mbps, 200/∞ GB [AAPT] + PSTN Bundle [Telstra].
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Re: Getting Started :: Australian OZ RUBY Dial Plan 2016/2017

Post by Aaron » Wed Oct 19, 2016 6:21 am

The delay is applied to the call leg that the option is part of.

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sys.Dial("1234@i_get_delayed[dt=10]&456@no_delay")

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Re: Getting Started :: Australian OZ RUBY Dial Plan 2016/2017

Post by Flip » Sat Oct 22, 2016 8:11 pm

Aaron wrote:The delay is applied to the call leg that the option is part of.

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sys.Dial("1234@i_get_delayed[dt=10] & 456@no_delay")
Okay, now we're talking. I thought it was processed in serial. However, it seems all strings separated by '&' are run in parallel.
Thank Aaron - it's crystal clear.
ISP: Exetel ADSL2+ $60 Bundle. 22.4/1.2Mbps, 200/∞ GB [AAPT] + PSTN Bundle [Telstra].
VSP: Telecube¹, SIPTalk², MyNetFone³ via SIPSorcery & Ol' Voxalot. [OMG! Ewww Yuck!! Avoid DIDLogic!!!
H/W: Asus RT-AC66U; Cisco SPA232D, 3 x SPA302's, 2 x SPA901's, SPA3102; Yealink SIP-T46G.

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