Asterisk cmd DUNDiLookup

Note from Asterisk 1.2:

Jul 27 14:19:08 WARNING: pbx_dundi.c:3872 dundi_lookup_exec: This application has been deprecated in favor of the DUNDILOOKUP dialplan function

Synopsis:

Look up a number with DUNDi

Description:

DUNDiLookup(number[|context[|options]])

Looks up a given number in the global context specified or in the reserved 'e164' context if not specified. Returns -1 if the channel is hungup during the lookup or 0 otherwise. On completion, the variable ${DUNDTECH} and ${DUNDDEST} will contain the technology and destination of the appropriate technology and destination to access the number. If no answer was found, and the priority n + 101 exists, execution will continue at that location.


See also



Asterisk | Applications | Functions | Variables | Expressions | Asterisk FAQ

Note from Asterisk 1.2:

Jul 27 14:19:08 WARNING: pbx_dundi.c:3872 dundi_lookup_exec: This application has been deprecated in favor of the DUNDILOOKUP dialplan function

Synopsis:

Look up a number with DUNDi

Description:

DUNDiLookup(number[|context[|options]])

Looks up a given number in the global context specified or in the reserved 'e164' context if not specified. Returns -1 if the channel is hungup during the lookup or 0 otherwise. On completion, the variable ${DUNDTECH} and ${DUNDDEST} will contain the technology and destination of the appropriate technology and destination to access the number. If no answer was found, and the priority n + 101 exists, execution will continue at that location.


See also



Asterisk | Applications | Functions | Variables | Expressions | Asterisk FAQ

Created by: rwjblue, Last modification: Fri 12 of Oct, 2007 (06:12 UTC) by chandave
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