[Freeswitch-users] Enterprise bridge variables vs. regular bridge.

Tim St. Pierre fs-list at communicatefreely.net
Fri Sep 24 20:20:12 PDT 2010

Hopefully, but there is a possibility that none of the legs rang.

Here's my scenario -

We ring a group of phones at a customer site, but their Internet connection is down, or the power is
out, or something has happened that takes out all the phones in the group.  Instead of going to
voice mail, we want to redirect the call to a cell phone, or to another destination.

I mostly just need to know if any of the bridges got to a ringing state before the timeout or not.



Michael Collins wrote:
> Isn't the cause always going to be the same, namely that all the legs
> timed out?
> -MC
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 12:22 PM, Tim St. Pierre
> <fs-list at communicatefreely.net <mailto:fs-list at communicatefreely.net>>
> wrote:
>     Anthony Minessale wrote:
>     > with enterprise originate, put vars you want to get set on all
>     > channels in <> instead of {}
>     > enterprise originate is another dimension of originates where each
>     > string between :_: delim is an entire new originate thread using all
>     > of the other functionality separately so each one has a dedicated {}
>     > area.
>     > <> is global to all sub originate processes
>     Aha!  So that's what the syntax is.
>     What can I do about the cause code?  Is there any way to use the
>     cause code from the first element
>     (or any specific element) for decision making later on?
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