B.75. Page()

Pages an extension.
Page(technology/resource[&technology2/resource2[&...]][,options])
The designated devices are dropped into a dynamically generated conference room with their microphones muted. The only device that can send audio is that of the person paging. When the page is finished the room is struck. Options:
d
Activates full duplex audio.
q
Suppresses the notification tone at the beginning of the page.
r
The page is recorded to a file.
exten => 123,1,Page(SIP/2000&SIP/2001&SIP/2002)

Tip

Most devices treat a page like any other call. If the device is not explicitly instructed to auto-answer, it will simply ring, and the intended recipient will not hear the message. SIP devices can be told to auto-answer, often by setting a SIP header. Every device is different; review the administration manuals for your SIP phone.

Note

Internal help for this application in Asterisk 1.4:
  -= Info about application 'Page' =- 

[Synopsis]
Pages phones

[Description]
Page(Technology/Resource&Technology2/Resource2[|options])
  Places outbound calls to the given technology / resource and dumps
them into a conference bridge as muted participants.  The original
caller is dumped into the conference as a speaker and the room is
destroyed when the original caller leaves.  Valid options are:
        d - full duplex audio
        q - quiet, do not play beep to caller
        r - record the page into a file (see 'r' for app_meetme)
diff output to internal help in Asterisk 1.2:
14,15c14
<         q - quiet, do not play beep to caller
<         r - record the page into a file (see 'r' for app_meetme)
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>    q - quiet, do not play beep to caller