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Call file with WAV sound playback

Call file with WAV sound playback

Call file with WAV sound playback

(OP)
Hello

Call file with WAV playback

mydate=`date +%d%m%y_%H%M%S`
filename="$mydate"

text2wave /tmp/alarm.txt -o /tmp/$filename.wav

echo -e "Channel: DAHDI/g0/xxxxxxxx
Callerid: Nagios
MaxRetries: 3
RetryTime: 60
WaitTime: 60
Application: Playback
Data: /tmp/$filename" > /var/spool/asterisk/$filename.call

I am not hearing any sound and phone gets a call but then drop.

RE: Call file with WAV sound playback

Why the double quotes on the Data: line?
Have you manually downloaded and listened to the WAV file to be sure it's created properly?

Just my $.02

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RE: Call file with WAV sound playback

(OP)

output of echo is saved to a file. hence " for closing.

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