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changing_reflector_timeout [2018/05/17 11:06]
ve7ltd
changing_reflector_timeout [2018/05/17 11:06]
ve7ltd
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 Add a special entry into the file /​home/​irlp/​custom/​custom_decode,​ which adds the "​notimeout"​ flag to the call. The line would look like this: Add a special entry into the file /​home/​irlp/​custom/​custom_decode,​ which adds the "​notimeout"​ flag to the call. The line would look like this:
  
-if [ "​${1}"​ = "​9198"​ ] ; then ${SCRIPT}/ ; exit 1 ; fi+if [ "​${1}"​ = "​9198"​ ] ; then ${SCRIPT}/connect_to_reflector ref9198 notimeout ​; exit 1 ; fi
  
 To break it down, ${1} is the value received by the DTMF decoder, it is compared to the value "​9198",​ and if it matches, then it runs the script "​connect_to_reflector ref9198 notimeout"​ that calls ref9198, and removes the timeout timer. Then it exits with a value of 1, which prevents further commands from being processed. To break it down, ${1} is the value received by the DTMF decoder, it is compared to the value "​9198",​ and if it matches, then it runs the script "​connect_to_reflector ref9198 notimeout"​ that calls ref9198, and removes the timeout timer. Then it exits with a value of 1, which prevents further commands from being processed.
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