[Freeswitch-users] FS as a dumb SBC (was: Re: Help on Explaination of the configurations parrametters)
albert_nguyen16 at hotmail.com
Fri May 25 12:54:31 MSD 2012
Thanks very much for your suggestion. I'll give it a try to see how it goes
> Date: Thu, 24 May 2012 20:14:38 +0100
> From: paul at cupis.co.uk
> To: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
> Subject: [Freeswitch-users] FS as a dumb SBC (was: Re: Help on Explaination of the configurations parrametters)
> On 23/05/12 09:26, Albert Nguyen wrote:
> > I am new to FS and trying to setup FS as a "dumb" SBC as per
> > example 2 in the wiki website so that I can convert inband DTMF to
> > RFC 8233 and vice versa. This is the windows version of FS. Is it
> > possible that I can get some assistant from you guys to get it up and
> > running? Please advise how we can proceed.
> One way of doing this would be to setup two SIP profiles, one facing the
> device sending you RFC2833 and once facing the device which will only
> accept in-band.
> On the SIP profile facing the in-band device, disable RFC2833 support by
> setting the varaible "rfc2833-pt" to something <95, and then when you
> route a call from RFC2833 to in-band, add something like:
> <action application="export"
> to your dialplan.
> Similarly you will want some config for calls going in-band->rfc2833 to
> do the conversion, perhaps something like:
> <action application="start_dtmf" />
> Note that I've not specifically tested the above.
> If you are going down the above route, you might also want to read:
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