[Freeswitch-dev] How to use FSComm to make a call?

João Mesquita jmesquita at freeswitch.org
Sun Jan 17 20:23:56 PST 2010


Just had the commit that really makes things work
). If not, please report. Recompile FSComm and you will get new features on
it as well contributed by Seven.

João Mesquita
FSComm Developer

2010/1/18 João Mesquita <jmesquita at freeswitch.org>

> Paul, I am not sure I understood your question. Can you elaborate a little
> bit better? Also, the code you have right now is buggy and I am working at
> it as we speak.
> Right now, settings are not correctly persisted for some reason. I was
> working on a patch posted on Jira because I didn't want code to move a lot
> further and make it harder to merge later on.
> Please be patient since this is a very new project.
> Also, if you want a more live conversation, you can join #fscomm @
> freenode. I am always there.
> Regards,
> João Mesquita
> FSComm Developer
> On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 12:34 AM, Paul Li <plite2012 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> João, thank you very much. It is now working like a charm. One small
>> typo is about a normal clearing, "Call with  (5000) failed with reason
>> NORMAL_CLEARING", which I believe should be "Call with (5000) ended
>> with ...", as this is not an error.
>> I have one more question on how to tie a remote endpoint to the
>> default IVR at Ext 5000. I used to use the originate command, such as
>> originate sofia/default/1008% 5000
>> so that the remote endpoint will be bridged to the announcement at Ext
>> 5000. How can I do this in FSComm?
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