alipey at gmail.com
Tue Feb 18 23:04:37 MSK 2014
I have tried this scenario and it did not work for me setting
park_after_bridge while in a bridge. It seems to accept only the value that
was set before the bridge. That's only my personal experience as I was
trying to fix some issues with this as well.
On Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 12:19 PM, Alex Lake <alex at digitalmail.com> wrote:
> I have a query relating to the "park_after_bridge" channel variable:
> Firstly, I find the definition in the wiki a little vague - could do
> with an example (which I will provide once I'm sure I understand what
> it's supposed to do)
> If on an a-leg, I initiate a b-leg by executing bridge with
> park_after_bridge=true, the idea is that the a-leg could terminate and
> the b-leg stays connected.
> How about if I initiate a b-leg without park_after_bridge, but then
> while the calls are connected, set park_after_bridge=true (a b-leg
> channel variable) then when a-leg terminates, will b-leg still be parked?
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