[Freeswitch-users] Quick question on Originate through api

Peter Olsson peter.olsson at visionutveckling.se
Fri May 21 08:52:48 PDT 2010

For sofia/internal/ you should use a % as a separator I think, instead of @-sign.

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Skickat: den 21 maj 2010 17:41
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Ämne: [Freeswitch-users] Quick question on Originate through api

Hi there,

In my mind - where 6775557767 is a registered user, the following two are the same:

apiResult = fsApi.Execute("originate", string.Format("{{ignore_early_media=false,absolute_codec_string='PCMU',origination_caller_id_number=5556667776}}user/6775557767 '

apiResult = fsApi.Execute("originate", string.Format("{{ignore_early_media=false,absolute_codec_string='PCMU',origination_caller_id_number=5556667776}}sofia/internal/6775557767 at 121.763.76.76 '

i.e. user/ and sofia/internal are the same thing.

However on my system the user/ works great but sofia/internal loops call back through in the public context.

Can someone tell me the difference between these options?

What am I missing?




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