jan.berger at video24.no
Tue Jul 13 10:24:43 PDT 2010
Your application is basically 2+1 applications.
- A SIP client that can listen-in. Creating a SIP client is not the
end of the world, doing it on a web-page - I have no idea, but I would be
very interested in this myself as well.
- A GUI that display a list of calls.
- I will also suggest a stand-alone server that collect the info
from FreeSWITCH and distribute it to the web clients - and myself I would
write the server in C and use gSOAP to export and create a stand-alone
WebService. The point of having a mid-server on ESL or something is that
FreeSWITCH then only service one client - and don't get drowned by 100 web
clients wanting info.
What you describe is a very common interface for Call Centre's etc.
From: freeswitch-dev-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org
[mailto:freeswitch-dev-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org] On Behalf Of babak
Sent: 13. juli 2010 17:05
To: freeswitch-dev at lists.freeswitch.org
Subject: [Freeswitch-dev] eavesdroping
what is the best way to implement a web interface in which all channels are
displayed and by clicking on each channel, user could listen to that
I need to somehow get the rtp stream (for example using eavesdrop
application) on the browser. is it possible? if is how?
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