[Freeswitch-users] dynamically change the presence status

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 07:20:51 PDT 2009

<action application="set" data="presence_id=999@${domain}"/>

On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 8:48 AM, Antonio Gallo <gallo at mctelefonia.com>wrote:

> Hello, i'm a bit confused about how to port a special function i've on
> some asterisk system to Freeswitch.
> In my old asterisk scenario i've all the phones subscribe to extensions
> <sip:999 at PBXIP>
> this exentions is configured not to monitor a device but a "DeviceState"
> variable, i.e.:
> 999,hint,DS/faxserver
> using dialplan i turn on the blinking status using
> DevState(DS/FaxServer,${RINGING})
> and i turn it off when the call is hanged down.
> The same applies to other functions: queues, night service, etc.
> Under freeswitch the solution is
> http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Misc._Dialplan_Tools_presence ?
> I tried but it didn't worked:
>    presence in|999 at PBXIP|dnd|'Do not disturb.'
>    presence out|999 at PBXIP|dnd|'Do not disturb.'
> The LED on the phones (Grandstream GXP 2010 or Snom 320) does not turn
> Any suggestion?
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