[Freeswitch-dev] Eavesdrop application doesn't work for the WebRTC clients
mike at jerris.com
Mon Mar 24 15:23:44 MSK 2014
What do you expect to be hearing when eavesdropping on a parked channel?
On Mar 21, 2014, at 9:05 PM, Yan Brenman <ybrenman at xopnetworks.com> wrote:
> I just tried the "master" branch and situation there with the "eavesdrop" application is absolutely the same as it is on the "1.4.beta" branch.
> It doesn't work for the WebRTC clients and it does work for the non-WebRTC clients (I used jitsi client to test). Having said that I was only
> getting audio working with "eavesdrop" for non-WebRTC clients but I am pretty sure if I merge in some code I used to from the video-media-bug
> branch - I will get the video too.
> Just to describe you my test scenario - I am placing and inbound leg with I am "answering" and "park". Then from the FS_CLI I am "originating" an
> outbound leg which is "eavesdrop" on the inbound "parked" leg. I hope you don't see anything wrong with it.
> Thanks again
> On 3/21/2014 8:38 AM, Ken Rice wrote:
>> You should be testing webrtc stuff on the master branch... Theres been a lot of changes going on in tree.. The video-media-bug branch is probably incomplete... I don’t think its even close to ready for merging at this point...
>> On 3/18/14 2:01 PM, "Yan Brenman" <yb91423 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I was trying to get the eavesdrop application work on the 1.4.beta branch for the WebRTC clients (works great for all other
>> types of clients) and could not. Neither audio nor video (I merged the code from the video-media-bug branch for the video)
>> is going through. For the client I tried both - sipml5 and jssip clients.
>> Please let me know if there is any other piece of information I can provide.
>> I will be more then happy to do any kind of code changes and testing - just need some starting points. Especially considering
>> that I am very new to the WebRTC.
>> Every piece of advice is greatly appreciated.
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