[Freeswitch-users] Enterprise bridge, groups and "follow me" dialplan

Dmitry Bely dmitry.bely at gmail.com
Tue Feb 22 10:19:22 MSK 2011

On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 3:39 AM, Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> How are you defining what is in each group? Are these simply locally
> registered users? External phone numbers? Both? Those questions will help
> determine how to proceed.

Yes, they are mostly locally registered users. The groups are defined like

      <group name="group1">
          <user id="1001" type="pointer"/>
          <user id="1002" type="pointer"/>

Some users are associated with external numbers:

  <user id="external_user">
      <param name="dial-string"
      <variable name="user_context" value="default"/>

if that matters.

> On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 9:05 AM, Dmitry Bely <dmitry.bely at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am trying to implement the following bridging scenario:
>> <action application="set" data="call_timeout=30"/>
>> <action application="bridge"
>> data="group/group1 at domain,[leg_delay_start=10]group/group2 at domain"/>
>> ...
>> i.e. all phones in group1 should ring for 10 seconds and if nobody
>> answers group1+group2 rings for additional 20 seconds.
>> That almost works, but only the first phone rings in either group:
>> [WARNING] switch_ivr_originate.c:2339 Only calling the first element
>> in the list in this mode.
>> Surely I need enterprise bridge:
>> <action application="bridge"
>> data="group/group1 at domain:_:[leg_delay_start=10]group/group2 at domain"/>
>> but now there is no correct caller id and no leg delay. Caller id can
>> be restored with:
>> <action application="bridge" data="
>>  <origination_caller_id_name=${caller_id_name},origination_caller_id_number=${caller_id_number}>
>>  group/group1 at domain:_:[leg_delay_start=10]group/group2 at domain"/>
>> (is this a bug or design decision?), but what to do with leg delay?
>> [leg_delay_start=10] is simply ignored there.

- Dmitry Bely

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