[Freeswitch-users] Process_cdr question

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Sat Oct 4 13:34:25 PDT 2008

Why not try it and look at the CDR?  That should answer the question.   
The answer time on either leg shouldn't be till the B-Leg is answered  
so the times for answer should be the same.


On Oct 4, 2008, at 3:20 PM, Vito Andolini wrote:

> Let's say I am programatically initiating two calls and then  
> bridging them together. If I have the dialplan as
> originate sofia/example/300 at foo.com &bridge(sofia/example/400 at bar.com)
> and have the process_cdr set to "true" which is the default.
> I'd like to know how both cdr would look like...
> Obviously the "b" leg will be logged starting right after "400" have  
> answered the call... Which is fine....
> Now would the "a" leg be logged starting right after its bridged to  
> the "b" OR right after it picks up the call (even though "b" is  
> being called or ringing at that moment)
> The answer is important, because I am using VOIP for both calls, and  
> the voip starts charging me soon as "a" picks up the phone, so i am  
> wondering if I am able to get the same record into my cdr to process  
> it or do I have to run some sort of magic?
> Thanks,
> Vito A.

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