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 To :  Milan Rukavina <milan@h...>
 From :  Monica Tepelus <monica@v...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] maxcall in fork and lateroute
 Date :  Wed, 09 Jun 2010 12:46:43 +0300

Try: fork lateroute/900004 | lateroute/900001 | 
If you use regexroute then above syntax is ok, if not add maxcall as a 
different parameter.
The 5000 there has no meaning. It would try to call 5000 and 
lateroute/900001 at the same time.

Also check your lateroute configuration file and be sure "lateroute" is 
set there since you use an older version. When it was first added 
"lateroute" wasn't recognized by default.

If it still doesn't work please send a log sniffer enabled.

Monica Tepelus

Milan Rukavina wrote:
> Hi All,
> Is it possible to use maxcall paramter in fork in combination with 
> lateroute, ex.:
> fork lateroute/900004 | 5000 lateroute/900001 | 5000 
> lateroute/900002;maxcall=5000
> I know about drop/next syntax but it's available since 2.2 and we're 
> using older version. I expected maxcall to move forward targets after 
> 5s but it doesn't seem to work.
> Thanks,
> Milan