[Freeswitch-users] Getting call leg details

Steven Ayre steveayre at gmail.com
Sun Sep 12 14:43:03 PDT 2010

Both the A-Leg and B-Leg will generate a CHANNEL_HANGUP_COMPLETE event. Each
will have a different UUID so you'll only get both events if you're watching
both/all UUIDs.

On 12 September 2010 20:53, Nigel Kent <ktngl at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> I have a event socket listener that catches CHANNEL_HANGUP_COMPLETE events
> and I want to verify the call leg details
> 1. Did the call end in aleg or bleg

Check variable_sip_hangup_disposition. Values will be recv_bye, send_bye or
cancel. Not sure how to do it if you have something other than sofia on
either leg.
How to interpret the value probably depends on whether it's on the A or B

> 2. What was the call durations in each of the legs

Check variable_duration

http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Event_list#CHANNEL_HANGUP_COMPLETE contains
an example of the event which will be generated, and includes many of the
channel variables, including several useful timestamp and durations. For
example there are timestamps for the call starting, ringing (progress),
answered, and hangup, and a billsec variable as well as the duration (which
should be the same in almost all cases).

> I am not sure if I am applying the terminology of call legs in the proper
> way but
> what I mean by aleg is that the incoming call was not bridged and bleg
> after being bridged
That's the correct terminology. :)


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