[Freeswitch-dev] Fwd: Two FreeSWITCH Box IVR Call Transfer

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Wed Jul 7 07:44:36 PDT 2010

Seriously please get a bottle of tequila and chill for all of two seconds.  I already answered this, approved the three pending requests of the EXACT same question and responded to your question with information.  You can't magically pass variables into a FreeSWITCH instance without extra work to pass them in an X-Header in the sip packets or some other means like a session token you can use on each box to bring your variables back to life.  Please join IRC if you require help that urgently.  This is a mailing list you might not get responses for a week in some cases and emailing again demanding someone answer your question only makes me want to ignore it more.  So please sit back and relax... someone will be with you shortly on all your requests.  

BTW we do moderate first post for all users to keep spammers out.


On Jul 6, 2010, at 1:33 AM, Jigar Thakkar wrote:

> Hi Guys,
> I am a beginner to FreeSWITCH. I have few questions.
> 1. What is the difference between BRIDGE, ORIGINATE and TRANSFER.
> 2. I have two FreeSWITCH box. BoxA and BoxB
>     1. User will make a call to BoxA; BoxA's IVR collect some information i.e. userid and pin.
>     2. Now BoxA will forward/transfer/bridge call to BoxB's IVR ( here i want to pass userid as channel variable)
>     3. Box B will ask for another pin i.e. pin2, verifies the same and pass whether pin2 is correct or not to BoxA (also transfers the call to boxA's ivr)
>     4. Box A  shall play message to User whether this process is successful or not. And then call shall be hanged up.
>     My work till date is 
>    1. setup the two freeswitch ivr, box a and box b.
>    2. I wrote .net code to handle the individual role. i.e. to ask user id and pin
>    3. I facing the problem in forwarding a call from boxA to boxB along with the userID 
> Please suggest the best way to implement it. I hope I have explained the scenario properly.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Jigs.

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