[Freeswitch-users] How to calculate PDD for a call
pmhshz at gmail.com
Wed Oct 22 06:37:02 PDT 2008
Thanks a lot Minessale, Its great.
Anthony Minessale-2 wrote:
> The value is calculated for you and is available as a channel variable
> can be used
> in the cdr template or in your script.
> at any time in a current call you have the variables progress_time and
> which is a microsecond epoch timestamp (divide it by 1000000 to get
> epoch time)
> once the channel has been hungup you have the variables
> progresssec pdd to 180 in seconds
> progressmsec pdd to 180 in microsec
> progress_mediasec pdd to 183 in sec
> profress_mediamsec pdd to 183 in microsec
> On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 7:55 AM, shehzad p <pmhshz at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I want to calculate PDD (Post Dial Delay) for a call starting from when
>> call was originated from fs upto the time when the number starts ringing.
>> (When fs receives 180 ringing from receiver side).
>> I am originating call from js script. So how can I calculate PDD for a
>> Any help would be appreciated.
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