Call Transfer over Asterisk

Posted on 2005-04-13
Last Modified: 2011-08-18
We've succesfully connected an Asterisk PBX to a Panasonic Hybrid Phone System. The Asterisk server uses the AVM Fritz PCI card to make the connection. When we make a call through the Asterisk server to a phone that is connected to the Panasonic phone system and the receiving end tries to transfer the call to another phone (also connected to the Panasonic), we get a busy tone. Any ideas to solve this problem?

Question by:secuteamers
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    Do you have the 't' option specified in the Dial command to permit the called party to transfer a call?


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