[Freeswitch-users] Dialplan behavior

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Thu Dec 3 11:55:23 PST 2009

On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 10:29 AM, David Laperle <dlaperle at rsslex.com> wrote:

>  Hi guys,
> i have a weird problem with my dialplans. For the moment, i have only 2
> «usable» extensions. They were working #1 yesterday, but this morning i
> realize i forgot to compile mod_python, so i go back into my source folder
> and modify the modules.conf to uncomment mod_python, did a make and make
> install (i did a backup of my conf folder before)! The make and make install
> worked flawlessly. Then i put back my bkp of conf directory.
> I restarted the freeswitch service, created my python test dialplan and
> entered into cli to see what's gonna happen! To my surprise, the call didn't
> processed to the extension i was dialing.
> i tried all the other extensions i had, they were all not working!!!!
> After that i realized that the .xml in freeswitch/dialplan/default/ weren't
> imported into configuration at startup ...
> I have read all the documentation about difference between public and
> default dialplan and i understand them correctly, in public if i include all
> default folder, it's working again (i can reach all my extensions in
> default.
> My extensions are in the correct user_context ... i did nothing since
> yesterday other than a make && make install after enabling python ...
> Any other user have an idea why the default/*.xml aren't processed
> automatically? What could i have done wrong so they are no longer processed?
double-check for the existence of conf/dialplan/default.xml - I've seen on
rare occasion where that file simple goes away for no apparent reason. Since
I never change that file - and I recommend that you never change it either
;) - you can go to your FS source directory and issue "make samples" and it
will re-create any missing default config files without overwriting you
existing config files.
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