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; configuration file for chan_mobile
interval=30 ; Number of seconds between trying to connect to devices.
; The following is a list of adapters we use.
; id must be unique and address is the bdaddr of the adapter from hciconfig.
; Each adapter may only have one device (headset or phone) connected at a time.
; Add an [adapter] entry for each adapter you have.
;forcemaster=yes ; attempt to force adapter into master mode. default is no.
;alignmentdetection=yes ; enable this if you sometimes get 'white noise' on asterisk side of the call
; its a bug in the bluetooth adapter firmware, enabling this will compensate for it.
; default is no.
; The following is a list of the devices we deal with.
; Every device listed below will be available for calls in and out of Asterisk.
; Each device needs an adapter=xxxx entry which determines which bluetooth adapter is used.
; Use the CLI command 'mobile search' to discover devices.
; Use the CLI command 'mobile show devices' to see device status.
; To place a call out through a mobile phone use Dial(Mobile/[device]/NNN.....) or Dial(Mobile/gn/NNN......) in your dialplan.
; To call a headset use Dial(Mobile/[device]).
address=00:E0:91:7F:46:44 ; the address of the phone
port=4 ; the rfcomm port number (from mobile search)
context=incoming-mobile ; dialplan context for incoming calls
adapter=dlink ; adapter to use
group=1 ; this phone is in channel group 1
;sms=no ; support SMS, defaults to yes
;nocallsetup=yes ; set this only if your phone reports that it supports call progress notification, but does not do it. Motorola L6 for example.
;blackberry=yes ; set this if you are using a blackberry device
group=1 ; this phone is in channel group 1 also.
type=headset ; This is a headset, not a Phone !