[Freeswitch-users] Auto dialing ...

Arnaldo de Moraes Pereira egghunt at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 14:33:46 PST 2009

On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 8:04 PM, Shelby Ramsey <sicfslist at gmail.com> wrote:

> OK ... Here goes another I'm doing this with AST  ... but I want to move it
> to FS.  Searched via google site:lists.freeswitch.org auto dialer and
> others ... nothing useful.
> Today I have a platform for auto dialing with AST (centrally managed ...
> about 10 machines) and we do this:
>   -- Remote machines query central DB for numbers to call based on certain
> configs
>   -- Use AMI to generate the call
>   -- If call gets answered, extension info queried via rta (central db
> again)
> The nice thing about all of this is it's relatively easy to manage (through
> one central web interface we built) and it works ... the bad part is
> reporting ... as anyone knows on this list that has used AST for auto
> dialing in this way (via .call or AMI) every call looks like it fails
> instead of showing a real cause code.
> So ... conceptually I'm trying to accomplish the same thing ...
> Today we use FS a lot for termination of VoIP traffic ... all done via
> XML_CURL ... which is awesome!
> Would like to do something like:
>   -- originate request
>   -- on answer XML_CURL posts info

Auto dialing is one of the many areas where freeswitch is much superior than
asterisk. You can accomplish what you need in some ways, one would be to
listen for a CHANNEL_ANSWER event on event_socket interface and, then, take
whatever needed action.

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Arnaldo M Pereira
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