[Freeswitch-users] Persistence BLFs (or: Dear PBX please remember the BLF state)
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Tue Feb 1 01:16:49 MSK 2011
bottom line is, if you use the presence_id how it was designed, it
will report any presence you want throughout the call.
If you reboot the phone, it will persist. It's just a matter of doing
it all properly.
On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 3:20 PM, Chris Burns <chris at cloudtel.com> wrote:
> Not sure the polycoms do it exactly how he would like. Rebooting phones can
> trip up many versions of soundpoint firmware. In our case we had a big
> opportunity with a client who was stuck on such a version of soundpoint,
> with an integrated web app on their 650s. Patrick, if this code works for
> you dont let it stop you from applying pressure on your vendor to make your
> phones work the way they should. We all have to put the pressure on our
> vendors when they make mistakes ... after all these folks are charging
> money, as opposed to FreeSWITCH.
> Basically this program will store and repeat - on interval - any unique
> PRESENCE_IN events it hears from the 'presence' app or api (mod_dptools). It
> will also override events from outside the dialplan with stored events (eg.
> from a misbehaving SIP phone). You need to build the php module for ESL to
> run the code
> WARNING: this code is just an example pulled from a larger presence
> application. I tested it in my lab with polycoms, but I cant guarantee your
> safety, molten lava, bat country, etc. This may not be a very smart way to
> solve the problem, but this is what I came up with when backed into a corner
> and you are welcome to it ...
> On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 3:04 PM, Anthony Minessale
> <anthony.minessale at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You are heading the wrong way down the ladder but its worth a try.
>> Grandstream is notorious for not following specs =D
>> I have engaged SNOM to again try to sync up for interop. Stay tuned.
>> I would really prefer to have them working.
>> Meanwhile try firmware 7.1.35 on your snom as that was before things
>> started to break.
>> Also if you have polycom or linksys they have been known to work
>> better with blf.
>> On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 1:19 PM, Patrick Plattes
>> <patrick.plattes at niemann-frey.info> wrote:
>> > Hi :-)
>> > I think SNOM has a problem with the quality of the firmware. maybe
>> > they should glp it, so we can fix it ;-)
>> > Tomorrow I will test it with an Grandstream GPX-2000 maybe it works
>> > with this device. If it does I will also ask SNOM for a fix.
>> > Thanks,
>> > Patrick
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