[Freeswitch-dev] How to route a single channel to multiple conference rooms...
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 00:26:02 MSK 2011
user/3400 would be a phone registered to ext 3400 not a magic way to
call extension 3400
if you are trying to call another conference on the same box you need
to loop the call over sip.
conference 3000-192.168.0.11 dial sofia/internal/3400 at 126.96.36.199
replacing 188.8.131.52 with the ip or hostname of your box.
On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 3:32 PM, Jean-Pierre Poulin
<jeanpierrepoulin at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>yes I can do it effortlessly 100 times in a row from many boxes.
>>You need to of course make sure the url you are dialing in the
>>originate actually is reachable by FS.
> Hi Anthony, thanks again for your time. Knowing this is known to work is
> exactly what I needed at this time to keep going along this branch.
> In this particular dialplan (exact same as default dialplan + user 3400.xml
> added in user directory and dialplan/default.xml opening extension 3400 toward
> application "conference" as per previous message), I can call extension 3400
> from any SIP phone so it is reachable by FS, but thus far the call "conference
> 3000-192.168.0.11 dial user/3400" simply fails with NOT_REGISTERED even if there
> is a participant in conference 3400 and conference 3400 is otherwise fully
> Would you be so kind as telling me what CLI command you use when you want to
> bridge two conference rooms together?
> A thousand thanks for any hint you can offer!!
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