[Freeswitch-users] H.323 implementation on FS
steveayre at gmail.com
Sat Feb 5 02:16:42 MSK 2011
I used to use this too. It does work pretty well, for the most part.
Q931 clearing causes did have issues though, because Yate converts the SIP
response code to an internal table (
http://yate.null.ro/pmwiki/index.php?n=Main.CallEndCauses) and then to a
Q931 clearing cause for H323.
It meant our customers didn't see the real clearing cause from the SIP
Reason header (H323 -> SIP calls), which in our case was a big issue since
we needed to pass back DCC 34 which Yate wouldn't give until I made a
On 4 February 2011 22:09, Gustavo Espeche <gustavo.espeche at upper-soft.com>wrote:
> Use Yate we are try to use mod_opal or mod_h323 in production with-out
> success, Yate has lot of issue but is a good inter-worker between h323
> and sip.
> Freeswitch has a lost of good think but the inter-worker isn't it.
> Because of then we use Freeswitch for billing propose but Yate for
> But if you need use FS for inter-worker use mod_h323 is a little more
> Best Regards.
> Gustavo Espeche
> On Fri, 2011-02-04 at 19:20 +0000, Steven Ayre wrote:
> > Although there's almost no H323 traffic - we're almost entirely SIP -
> > so I can't say how stable it is for a large load.
> > -Steve
> > On 4 February 2011 19:20, Steven Ayre <steveayre at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I had problems with mod_opal but mod_h323 works for me.
> > -Steve
> > On 4 February 2011 12:55, Vedran Zeljeznak
> > <vedran.zeljeznak at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hi everyone,
> > do any of you have any suggestions which H.323
> > implementation
> > (mod_opal or mod_h323) should be used on a production
> > Freeswitch
> > platform (HEAD version)?
> > Is it better to forward calls from H.323 trunk through
> > Yate
> > (configured as H.323 to SIP proxy) before terminating
> > them on
> > Freeswitch?
> > ---
> > Vedran Zeljeznak
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