[Freeswitch-dev] Eavesdrop with WebRTC clients - part 2

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Fri Mar 28 21:34:39 MSK 2014

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On Mar 27, 2014, at 11:54 PM, Yan Brenman <ybrenman at xopnetworks.com> wrote:

> Dear FreeSWITCH gurus,
> with the sigh of relief I am happy to acknowledge that I got the "eavesdrop" working with WebRTC clients - both video and audio.
> The solution is definitely not permanent, but provides good enough workaround to move forward with my project. Also, quality of 
> audio is a bit questionable, but this is something I can deal with later.
> Here is an immediate problem I ran into and would like to ask your help with. For some reason eavesdropping on the call only starts
> working after 2 - 2.5 minutes after the outbound call leg (the one which is eavesdropping) has been established. Another words, 
> only after anywhere between 2 and 2.5 minutes I start seeing video and hear audio from the channel I am eavesdropping on. 
> Any piece of advice is greatly appreciated. If not the definite answer - at very least please tell me what to suspect and where to look. 
> Although I am pretty sure you already know the answer.
> Greatly appreciate your help
> Yan

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