Manish (ez8ex7yypuf at outlook dot com)
25 September 2015 12:38:26
Thank you for including YouTube in your list, most peploe seem to have forgotten or never known that this too is a social media slash disocvery site. People are posting comments and sending messages to each other left and right while still claiming YouTube is strictly a video platform well, of course it is, but it is also a social networkiung site, and a very useful one.
Juancho (bvninc at hotmail dot com)
04 November 2008 21:03:17
I know how to create Meetme rooms but using DID's but how can I enter the same conference room butfrom an IP Phone?
in other words how can I be in a confernce from an IP Phone? Wht do I ned to create or configure?
Farhad (farhad dot i at caspel dot com)
22 February 2008 10:26:53
Thank's good example
reloded (reloded at gmail dot com)
02 March 2007 06:59:49
Hi guys. Am new to asterisk. I've followed the guides here step by step and all's good so far.
However, trying to dial from x-lite, I get "Call failed: Not Found" No error code.
On the CLI on asterisk, I get
[Mar 2 08:52:20] WARNING: app_dial.c:1062 dial_exec_full: Dial argument takes format (technology/[device:]number1)
Someone please advice. I've been searching for a solution for the past 3 days with no success.
Jo (mop77008 at mail dot telepac dot pt)
27 October 2006 18:42:10
I've tryed all the methods and I keep having the same warnings and error...
WARNING: chan_zap.c:915 zt_open: Unable to open '/dev/zap/pseudo': No such device
ERROR: chan_zap.c:7500 chandup: Unable to dup channel: No such device
WARNING: app_meetme.c:460 build_conf: Unable to open pseudo channel - trying device
WARNING: app_meetme.c:463 build_conf: Unable to open pseudo device
can any one help me please...
sanny (sanny_subaga at yahoo dot com)
03 October 2006 04:34:30
please help me to configure conference room
meetme dont have to be reload
CLI prompt is :
-- Executing Goto("SIP/sip_user-09aa0910", "conf|1") in new stack
-- Goto (training,conf,1)
-- Executing Set("SIP/sip_user-09aa0910", "MEETME_RECORDINGFILE=/tmp/Tutorial-20061003-103319") in new stack
-- Executing MeetMe("SIP/sip_user-09aa0910", "1357|sr") in new stack
== Parsing '/etc/asterisk/meetme.conf': Found
Oct 3 10:33:19 WARNING: config.c:499 process_text_line: parse error: No category context for line 4 of meetme.conf
Oct 3 10:33:19 WARNING: app_meetme.c:1675 find_conf: No meetme.conf file :(
-- Playing 'conf-invalid' (language 'en')
== Spawn extension (training, conf, 2) exited non-zero on 'SIP/sip_user-09aa0910'
No active MeetMe conferences.
help me ...
Andrew (asterisk at siliconandsynapse dot com)
06 August 2006 21:41:37
You need to get the zaptel package from asterisk. Uncomment the line that says #ztdummy in the Makefile, compile and install. That will provide you with ztdummy module. Recompile asterisk. It should now detect that you have installed the zaptel package and it will create the meetme app. Then what I did, was simply copy app_meetme to my lib directory. (Its probably better if you reinstall asterisk.) Then you need to load the kernel modules zaptel and ztdummy. ztdummy provides a timer for the meetme app. Then follow the steps above to setup your extensions.conf file and meetme.conf and your good to go.
The link below is what I used to get it working
raju (pkannamraju at hyd dot hellosoft dot com)
02 June 2006 13:05:09
I have set up everything as mentioned.
When i call from sip useragent(xlite) to
the conference extension i am getting 603
The error i am getting in cli prompt is:
Jun 2 16:28:41 WARNING: pbx.c:1697 pbx_extension_helper: No application 'Meetme' for extension (sip, conf, 2)
can any one help me regarding this.
davy (mooss6 at yahoo dot fr)
12 April 2006 12:16:32
Thank a lot for this file configuration, I try it and it's succes.
I haven't comment so, receive my congratulation.