[Freeswitch-dev] How to route a single channel to multiple conference rooms...

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Fri Mar 18 20:28:14 MSK 2011

Do you have a log of that because that makes no sense unless your
phone is doing a refer.

you can also do

originate sofia/internal/foo at bar.com conference:xyz at default inline
originate sofia/internal/foo at bar.com &conference(xyz at default)

On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 6:21 PM, Jean-Pierre Poulin
<jeanpierrepoulin at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Paul, thanks again for the help.
> Unfortunately, these attempts to connect a conference room to a registered SIP
> phone all fail with the error "Cannot Blind Transfer 1 Legged calls" with a
> command like "conference 3000- dial
> sofia/internal/1001 at" even though conference room 3000 and extension
> 1001 are otherwise functional.
> (I'm using an untouched version of Freeswtich for Windows with the default
> configuration / dialplan)
> However, perhaps setting an extension in the dialplan to route to a conference
> room could get me further... I will attempt to research how that can be done.
> Thanks again!
>    Jean-Pierre
> ----- Original Message ----
>>You want to do something like:
>>  conference conf#2 dial conf#1
>>So your dialplan allows people into conf#1 via, say:
>>  sofia/default/conference1
>>and conf#2 is number 1002
>>  conference 1002 dial sofia/default/conference1
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