David Cameron - IRLP
Well "it" disconnects, but your node doesn't. Calls to reflectors (and experimental nodes) are fairly blind in that there is not an underlying TCP channel to send/receive info.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
So your node will continue to be "connected" there until you issue the "end" command on your end, either by DTMF, by being "blocked", or by timeout or some other timer.
On 14/07/2020 11:18 a.m., k9dc wrote:
I don’t know much about experimental operations, but doesn’t disconnecting from them involve calling the ‘end’ script, just like other calls? ‘end’ takes care of deleting local/active (i thought). Perhaps comparing ‘experimental_call’ to ‘call’ might yield something. But since EXP nodes really act more like reflectors, perhaps there needs to be something special added, since generally reflectors never drop callers, disconnects are requested only from the originating end of the call.