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After a call hangs up, I've setup several lines in my dialplan to execute system commands. For instance, I have this in my dialplan:

exten => h,1,System(echo yo)
exten => h,n,System(echo yo)
exten => h,n,System(echo yo)

In my logs, all I'm seeing is one System command running:

[Aug 25 16:04:54] DEBUG[24437] pbx.c: Launching 'System'
[Aug 25 16:04:54] VERBOSE[24437] pbx.c:     -- Executing [h@fax-tx:4]     System("SIP/flowroute-00000014", "echo yo") in new stack
[Aug 25 16:04:54] DEBUG[778] devicestate.c: No provider found, checking channel drivers for SIP - flowroute

The rest are not running and the dialplan seems to just stop. I don't see any additional errors occuring. WTF is going on?

I'm running Asterisk 1.8.5.

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see other log output

h@fax-tx:4

mean h extension priority 4. so it do somethign for 1-3, maybe parts included by other contexts.

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