[Freeswitch-users] Fwd: Forward phone calls

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Fri Sep 3 10:40:42 PDT 2010

This is definitely possible, assuming that Giovanni's mod_gsmopen will work
for you. (See http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Gsmopen)

You will definitely need to put in some effort learning the basics of
FreeSWITCH, then learning how to make and receive calls, and then how to
manipulate the dialplan to do the very specific operations that you have
listed. The wiki has lots of dialplan examples that you can build off of.
Also, the default dialplan is a good place to look for examples and ideas -
and just to learn what FreeSWITCH is capable of.

Of course, we like to encourage people to buy our FreeSWITCH book as well!

Hope this helps,

2010/9/3 Krystian Szczęsny <k.szczesny at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I would like to build a small box with a GSM Phone connected through USB to
> receive and forward calls.
> I am wondering if it is possible using freeswitch.
> This is the scenario I would like it to cater for:
> I have a small company and have to give people my phone number. I don't
> want them to call me on my private phone.
> But at the same time, I hate having 2 phones with me!.
> I want to setup a server with a GSM Phone connected.
> I want all calls coming to this phone to be forwarded to my private phone
> [calls within the same network are free]
> I want all calls from my private phone coming to this phone to be answered
> and forwarded to a specified number in this fashion:
> Let's say the number attached to the server is 600123456
> I want to dial on my private number 600123456w600654987 and call 600654987
> through the phone connected to the server.
> I hope this scenario is clear.
> Thanks in advance
> Krystian
> --
> Krystian Szczesny
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