[Freeswitch-users] Socket inbound or outbound with PHP?

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 11:00:59 PDT 2008

like i said, the inbound socket just needs to know the uuid of each leg
and it can send the command to bridge them:

api uuid_bridge <uuid of leg a> <uuid of leg b>

as soon as you do this the legs will be bridged.

On Tue, Oct 21, 2008 at 11:26 AM, Dennis <odermann at googlemail.com> wrote:

> I think I have problems to understand what is happening in detail.
> Just a short explaination, of what we are doing. We use socket
> outbound and have a PHP script, which is listening to "myevents". If a
> new call is coming in, we fork the PHP script in a new process to
> handle this call. Now we have a new "inbound", which we can handle
> with fs and the PHP script.
> In example, we play a file for the caller. After we have played the
> file, we want to call to the dialed number. But we do not want to
> connect both call immediately. We originate to the target number,
> because we want to play a file, before we connect, perhaps. A "bridge"
> would connect both legs immediately. Therefore we need to originate.
> If we originate, the originated call will run in a new child process
> in PHP (this does not happen with "bridge").
> How could our PHP "inbound"-process know, what the "outbound"-process
> is doing? They have nothing to do with each other.
> We have an inbound and then we play a file. The current process
> "knows", that we have to make an originate, play a file and then
> bridge. But the "current" process does not know, when the playfile is
> done and the bridge can be executed.
> So how could we "control both sessions individually"?
> Sorry for all these questions, but we have serious problems, because
> we can not find the answers.
> Thanks
> Dennis
> 2008/10/21 Anthony Minessale <anthony.minessale at gmail.com>:
> > once you are controlling both sessions individually use api to send the
> > uuid_bridge command:
> >
> > api uuid_bridge <uuid of leg a> <uuid of leg b>
> >
> >
> >
> > On Tue, Oct 21, 2008 at 9:37 AM, Dennis <odermann at googlemail.com> wrote:
> >>
> >> 2008/10/20 Anthony Minessale <anthony.minessale at gmail.com>:
> >>
> >> >> A more precise question about inbound/outbound: I want to read out
> the
> >> >> events from freeswitch with my PHP-script and then tell freeswitch,
> >> >> what to do next. I have the feeling, that "outbound" is the way to
> go.
> >> >> But of course I also want to be able to start calls. Can I do this by
> >> >> using "outbound"?
> >> >
> >> > yes
> >>
> >> But what is the difference between "bridge" and "originate" in
> >> handling dials? "bridge" connects two calls together, but "originate"
> >> seems to be a part of "bridge".
> >> If we make a "bridge", both legs seem to bee in the same session, when
> >> using socked outbound.
> >>
> >> We make a "bridge" as follows:
> >> $this->invokeMessage("bridge", "sofia/internal/1001 at");
> >>
> >> When we use "originate" (which we prefer, because we do not want to
> >> connect both call with each other immediately), we use the following
> >> command:
> >> $this->invokeCommand("API originate
> >> {origination_caller_id_number=123455}sofia/internal/1001 at
> >> 123");
> >>
> >> The problem is, that the new call is now in another call-session and
> >> we do not know how to bring the calls together.
> >>
> >> Does it have something to do with "API"? If yes, is there a way to use
> >> "originate" with "sendmsg"?
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