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Asterisk Config/Queue Conf

AsteriskConfig/QueueConf

* autofill
;    The old/current behavior of the queue has a serial type behavior
;    in that the queue will make all waiting callers wait in the queue
;    even if there is more than one available member ready to take
;    calls until the head caller is connected with the member they
;    were trying to get to. The next waiting caller in line then
;    becomes the head caller, and they are then connected with the
;    next available member and all available members and waiting callers
;    waits while this happens. The new behavior, enabled by setting
;    autofill=yes makes sure that when the waiting callers are connecting
;    with available members in a parallel fashion until there are
;    no more available members or no more waiting callers. This is
;    probably more along the lines of how a queue should work and
;    in most cases, you will want to enable this behavior. If you
;    do not specify or comment out this option, it will default to no
;    to keep backward compatibility with the old behavior.
;
autofill = yes
;
* strategy
; A strategy may be specified.  Valid strategies include:
;
; ringall - ring all available channels until one answers (default)
; leastrecent - ring interface which was least recently called by this queue
; fewestcalls - ring the one with fewest completed calls from this queue
; random - ring random interface
; rrmemory - round robin with memory, remember where we left off last ring pass
; linear - rings interfaces in the order specified in this configuration file.
;          If you use dynamic members, the members will be rung in the order in
;          which they were added
; wrandom - rings random interface, but uses the member's penalty as a weight
;           when calculating their metric. So a member with penalty 0 will have
;           a metric somewhere between 0 and 1000, and a member with penalty 1 will
;			have a metric between 0 and 2000, and a member with penalty 2 will have
;           a metric between 0 and 3000. Please note, if using this strategy, the member
;           penalty is not the same as when using other queue strategies. It is ONLY used
;           as a weight for calculating metric.
;
;strategy = ringall

; Persistent Members
;    Store each dynamic member in each queue in the astdb so that
;    when asterisk is restarted, each member will be automatically
;    read into their recorded queues. Default is 'yes'.
;
persistentmembers = yes
Member
It is possible to intervene directly in the queues.conf agents in the form of static

member => Technology Resource [, Malus]

– Also e.g. member => Zap / 2 - them (may be used several times, see queues.conf). But this can result in problems with joinempty and leavewhenempty, since these agents always be available, even if it is in fact not at their apparatus. It also has the disadvantage that always finds an agent is assigned to an apparatus and not from another apparatus from register.

We therefore prefer to use dynamic form and arrange queue support in the form:

member => Agent / AgentenNr

two agents 1001 and 1002 to:

member => Agent/1001
member => Agent/1002



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