Introducing Asterisk Phone Systems – How to Configure Advanced Dynamic Asterisk Queues
Welcome back to another VoIP Guys Tutorial. Following on from last time where we demonstrated how to give your Asterisk Queues a boost using call strategies, today’s topic will take this one step further and make your queues even more advanced. Which means it is time to cover Advanced Asterisk Dynamic Queues and Queue members and how to configure your Asterisk phone system to include dynamic queue members.
As there are 2 main methods of implementing dynamic queue members, lets first demonstrate how IT Admins can configure and test their dynamic queues and queue members using the Asterisk command line interface (CLI), before moving on to the even more advanced application technique, which will be the topic of a future tutorial.
Sadly, that’s it for a short while. Due to upcoming events, we will be taking a short break. However, we will be back in a couple of weeks with the next instalment in our Asterisk Tutorial series, where we will be taking a more advanced look at at configuring dynamic team members. So stay tuned!
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