[Freeswitch-dev] FreeSwitch, application or module!?

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Mon Dec 22 08:53:29 PST 2008


FreeSWITCH can definitely help you with all of this, HOWEVER, there's a lot
in this scenario that isn't specifically FS. Let me ask you this question:
do you have a programmer that can handle the interfacing necessary with FS?
I believe you will need to read up on a few things:

Auth all SIP clients from external db -
Call control - http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Event_Socket
LCR - http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Mod_lcr

I can tell you that there isn't already a whole package with all of this,
but rather just some of the individual components that will need to be put
together. Will you also need a billing system? If so you'll need to make
sure that you can handle CDRs. You have multiple choices there as well. FS
does not support logging directly to a backend database, but it does support
generating CDR records that are "INSERT INTO..." commands that can easily be
run to autopopulate your CDR table. There's also XML CDRs which allow for
extremely specific parsing of call history. The catch is that you need a
good XML parser and some business logic to make sure that this information
is all useful to you.

Hope this helps!

On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 11:08 PM, Dmitry Mordovin <d.mordovin at dwide.com>wrote:

>  Hi Friends!
> I wish to do something like:
>  - Authorize all sip clients in external DB, for example postgresql.
>  - Control each call session duration, just like prepaid calling card.
>  - LCR, if one voip provider can't connect call into PSTN, try next PSTN
> supplier.
> Please help me, i can't understand what is docs i might to read to know how
> to do it.
> Could you show me some links and terms. explain it?
> Thank you so much!
> DM
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