; The general section of this config
; is not currently used, but reserved
; for future use.
; --- Default Information ---
; The default_user and default_bridge sections are applied
; automatically to all ConfBridge instances invoked without
; a user, or bridge argument. No menu is applied by default.
; --- ConfBridge User Profile Options ---
;admin=yes ; Sets if the user is an admin or not. Off by default.
;marked=yes ; Sets if this is a marked user or not. Off by default.
;startmuted=yes; Sets if all users should start out muted. Off by default
;music_on_hold_when_empty=yes ; Sets whether MOH should be played when only
; one person is in the conference or when the
; the user is waiting on a marked user to enter
; the conference. Off by default.
;music_on_hold_class=default ; The MOH class to use for this user.
;quiet=yes ; When enabled enter/leave prompts and user intros are not played.
; There are some prompts, such as the prompt to enter a PIN number,
; that must be played regardless of what this option is set to.
; Off by default
;announce_user_count=yes ; Sets if the number of users should be announced to the
; caller. Off by default.
;announce_user_count_all=yes ; Sets if the number of users should be announced to
; all the other users in the conference when someone joins.
; This option can be either set to 'yes' or a number.
; When set to a number, the announcement will only occur
; once the user count is above the specified number.
;announce_only_user=yes ; Sets if the only user announcement should be played
; when a channel enters a empty conference. On by default.
;wait_marked=yes ; Sets if the user must wait for a marked user to enter before
; joining the conference. Off by default.
;end_marked=yes ; This option will kick every user with this option set in their
; user profile after the last Marked user exists the conference.
;dsp_drop_silence=yes ; This option drops what Asterisk detects as silence from
; entering into the bridge. Enabling this option will drastically
; improve performance and help remove the buildup of background
; noise from the conference. Highly recommended for large conferences
; due to its performance enhancements.
;dsp_talking_threshold=128 ; The time in milliseconds of sound above what the dsp has
; established as base line silence for a user before a user
; is considered to be talking. This value affects several
; operations and should not be changed unless the impact on
; call quality is fully understood.
; What this value affects internally:
; 1. Audio is only mixed out of a user's incoming audio stream
; if talking is detected. If this value is set too
; loose the user will hear themselves briefly each
; time they begin talking until the dsp has time to
; establish that they are in fact talking.
; 2. When talk detection AMI events are enabled, this value
; determines when talking has begun which results in
; an AMI event to fire. If this value is set too tight
; AMI events may be falsely triggered by variants in
; room noise.
; 3. The drop_silence option depends on this value to determine
; when the user's audio should be mixed into the bridge
; after periods of silence. If this value is too loose
; the beginning of a user's speech will get cut off as they
; transition from silence to talking.
; By default this value is 160 ms. Valid values are 1 through 2^31
;dsp_silence_threshold=2000 ; The time in milliseconds of sound falling within the what
; the dsp has established as baseline silence before a user
; is considered be silent. This value affects several
; operations and should not be changed unless the impact
; on call quality is fully understood.
; What this value affects internally:
; 1. When talk detection AMI events are enabled, this value
; determines when the user has stopped talking after a
; period of talking. If this value is set too low
; AMI events indicating the user has stopped talking
; may get falsely sent out when the user briefly pauses
; during mid sentence.
; 2. The drop_silence option depends on this value to
; determine when the user's audio should begin to be
; dropped from the conference bridge after the user
; stops talking. If this value is set too low the user's
; audio stream may sound choppy to the other participants.
; This is caused by the user transitioning constantly from
; silence to talking during mid sentence.
; The best way to approach this option is to set it slightly above
; the maximum amount of ms of silence a user may generate during
; natural speech.
; By default this value is 2500ms. Valid values are 1 through 2^31
;talk_detection_events=yes ; This option sets whether or not notifications of when a user
; begins and ends talking should be sent out as events over AMI.
; By default this option is off.
;denoise=yes ; Sets whether or not a denoise filter should be applied
; to the audio before mixing or not. Off by default. Requires
; codec_speex to be built and installed. Do not confuse this option
; with drop_silence. Denoise is useful if there is a lot of background
; noise for a user as it attempts to remove the noise while preserving
; the speech. This option does NOT remove silence from being mixed into
; the conference and does come at the cost of a slight performance hit.
;jitterbuffer=yes ; Enabling this option places a jitterbuffer on the user's audio stream
; before audio mixing is performed. This is highly recommended but will
; add a slight delay to the audio. This option is using the JITTERBUFFER
; dialplan function's default adaptive jitterbuffer. For a more fine tuned
; jitterbuffer, disable this option and use the JITTERBUFFER dialplan function
; on the user before entering the ConfBridge application.
;pin=1234 ; Sets if this user must enter a PIN number before entering
; the conference. The PIN will be prompted for.
;announce_join_leave=yes ; When enabled, this option will prompt the user for a
; name when entering the conference. After the name is
; recorded, it will be played as the user enters and exists
; the conference. This option is off by default.
;dtmf_passthrough=yes ; Sets whether or not DTMF should pass through the conference.
; This option is off by default.
; --- ConfBridge Bridge Profile Options ---
;max_members=50 ; This option limits the number of participants for a single
; conference to a specific number. By default conferences
; have no participant limit. After the limit is reached, the
; conference will be locked until someone leaves. Note however
; that an Admin user will always be alowed to join the conference
; regardless if this limit is reached or not.
;record_conference=yes ; Records the conference call starting when the first user
; enters the room, and ending when the last user exits the room.
; The default recorded filename is
; 'confbridge-<name of conference bridge>-<start time>.wav
; and the default format is 8khz slinear. This file will be
; located in the configured monitoring directory in asterisk.conf.
;record_file=</path/to/file> ; When record_conference is set to yes, the specific name of the
; record file can be set using this option. Note that since multiple
; conferences may use the same bridge profile, this may cause issues
; depending on the configuration. It is recommended to only use this
; option dynamically with the CONFBRIDGE() dialplan function. This
; allows the record name to be specified and a unique name to be chosen.
; By default, the record_file is stored in Asterisk's spool/monitor directory
; with a unique filename starting with the 'confbridge' prefix.
;internal_sample_rate=auto ; Sets the internal native sample rate the
; conference is mixed at. This is set to automatically
; adjust the sample rate to the best quality by default.
; Other values can be anything from 8000-192000. If a
; sample rate is set that Asterisk does not support, the
; closest sample rate Asterisk does support to the one requested
; will be used.
;mixing_interval=40 ; Sets the internal mixing interval in milliseconds for the bridge. This
; number reflects how tight or loose the mixing will be for the conference.
; In order to improve performance a larger mixing interval such as 40ms may
; be chosen. Using a larger mixing interval comes at the cost of introducing
; larger amounts of delay into the bridge. Valid values here are 10, 20, 40,
; or 80. By default 20ms is used.
; All sounds in the conference are customizable using the bridge profile options below.
; Simply state the option followed by the filename or full path of the filename after
; the option. Example: sound_had_joined=conf-hasjoin This will play the conf-hasjoin
; sound file found in the sounds directory when announcing someone's name is joining the
;sound_join ; The sound played to everyone when someone enters the conference.
;sound_leave ; The sound played to everyone when someone leaves the conference.
;sound_has_joined ; The sound played before announcing someone's name has
; joined the conference. This is used for user intros.
; Example "_____ has joined the conference"
;sound_has_left ; The sound played when announcing someone's name has
; left the conference. This is used for user intros.
; Example "_____ has left the conference"
;sound_kicked ; The sound played to a user who has been kicked from the conference.
;sound_muted ; The sound played when the mute option it toggled on.
;sound_unmuted ; The sound played when the mute option it toggled off.
;sound_only_person ; The sound played when the user is the only person in the conference.
;sound_only_one ; The sound played to a user when there is only one other
; person is in the conference.
;sound_there_are ; The sound played when announcing how many users there
; are in a conference.
;sound_other_in_party; ; This file is used in conjunction with 'sound_there_are"
; when announcing how many users there are in the conference.
; The sounds are stringed together like this.
; "sound_there_are" <number of participants> "sound_other_in_party"
;sound_place_into_conference ; The sound played when someone is placed into the conference
; after waiting for a marked user.
;sound_wait_for_leader ; The sound played when a user is placed into a conference that
; can not start until a marked user enters.
;sound_leader_has_left ; The sound played when the last marked user leaves the conference.
;sound_get_pin ; The sound played when prompting for a conference pin number.
;sound_invalid_pin ; The sound played when an invalid pin is entered too many times.
;sound_locked ; The sound played to a user trying to join a locked conference.
;sound_locked_now ; The sound played to an admin after toggling the conference to locked mode.
;sound_unlocked_now; The sound played to an admin after toggling the conference to unlocked mode.
;sound_error_menu ; The sound played when an invalid menu option is entered.
; --- ConfBridge Menu Options ---
; The ConfBridge application also has the ability to
; apply custom DTMF menus to each channel using the
; application. Like the User and Bridge profiles
; a menu is passed in to ConfBridge as an argument in
; the dialplan.
; Below is a list of menu actions that can be assigned
; to a DTMF sequence.
; A single DTMF sequence can have multiple actions associated with it. This is
; accomplished by stringing the actions together and using a ',' as the delimiter.
; Example: Both listening and talking volume is reset when '5' is pressed.
; 5=reset_talking_volume, reset_listening_volume
; playback(<name of audio file>&<name of audio file>)
; Playback will play back an audio file to a channel
; and then immediately return to the conference.
; This file can not be interupted by DTMF.
; Mutliple files can be chained together using the
; '&' character.
; playback_and_continue(<name of playback prompt>&<name of playback prompt>)
; playback_and_continue will
; play back a prompt while continuing to
; collect the dtmf sequence. This is useful
; when using a menu prompt that describes all
; the menu options. Note however that any DTMF
; during this action will terminate the prompts
; playback. Prompt files can be chained together
; using the '&' character as a delimiter.
; toggle_mute ; Toggle turning on and off mute. Mute will make the user silent
; to everyone else, but the user will still be able to listen in.
; continue to collect the dtmf sequence.
; no_op ; This action does nothing (No Operation). Its only real purpose exists for
; being able to reserve a sequence in the config as a menu exit sequence.
; decrease_listening_volume ; Decreases the channel's listening volume.
; increase_listening_volume ; Increases the channel's listening volume.
; reset_listening_volume ; Reset channel's listening volume to default level.
; decrease_talking_volume ; Decreases the channel's talking volume.
; increase_talking_volume ; Icreases the channel's talking volume.
; reset_talking_volume ; Reset channel's talking volume to default level.
; dialplan_exec(context,exten,priority) ; The dialplan_exec action allows a user
; to escape from the conference and execute
; commands in the dialplan. Once the dialplan
; exits the user will be put back into the
; conference. The possibilities are endless!
; leave_conference ; This action allows a user to exit the conference and continue
; execution in the dialplan.
; admin_kick_last ; This action allows an Admin to kick the last participant from the
; conference. This action will only work for admins which allows
; a single menu to be used for both users and admins.
; admin_toggle_conference_lock ; This action allows an Admin to toggle locking and
; unlocking the conference. Non admins can not use
; this action even if it is in their menu.
*2=admin_toggle_conference_lock ; only applied to admin users
2=admin_toggle_conference_lock ; only applied to admin users
*3=admin_kick_last ; only applied to admin users
3=admin_kick_last ; only applied to admin users