Asterisk Queue Context Explained

Asterisk Queue Context Explained

This was never explained in voip-info or any other site I read.
It is understood you can escape to a context from a queue and how to specify it.
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What is NOT mentioned is that the context= you specify within the queues.conf refers to a [i:882f1e0aee]context that exists in extensions.conf[/i:882f1e0aee][/b:882f1e0aee]

This will save you headaches if you need to escape from the queue :)



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