Explanation about stucked calls

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When call is stuck in [[Active Calls]] and soft hangup button does not hangup the call - that means that call stuck in Asterisk because of Asterisk lock problem.
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When the call is stuck in [[Active Calls]] and soft hangup button does not hang up the call - that means that call stuck in Asterisk because of Asterisk lock problem.
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This often happens in Asterisk 1.4.18.1 which has many lock problems which leads to stuck channels.
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This often happens in Asterisk 1.4.18.1 which has many lock problems which lead to stuck channels.
Only [[How to restart Asterisk server|Asterisk restart]] can delete these calls.
Only [[How to restart Asterisk server|Asterisk restart]] can delete these calls.
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We suggest to upgrade to Asterisk 1.8 version which solves most of these problems.
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We suggest upgrading to Asterisk 1.8 version which solves most of these problems.

Latest revision as of 13:21, 11 June 2019

When the call is stuck in Active Calls and soft hangup button does not hang up the call - that means that call stuck in Asterisk because of Asterisk lock problem.

This often happens in Asterisk 1.4.18.1 which has many lock problems which lead to stuck channels.

Only Asterisk restart can delete these calls.


We suggest upgrading to Asterisk 1.8 version which solves most of these problems.

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