[Freeswitch-users] Early media without bridge
msc at freeswitch.org
Thu Jan 10 20:45:54 MSK 2013
What constitutes a failure? What I mean by that is, are *all* calls that
have early media a "failed" call? Or just certain calls? What about ringing
in early media?
You could use monitor_early_media_fail and attempt to analyze the progress
tones, i.e. if you hear ringing then it's a good call but otherwise it's a
"failure." However, I'm not aware of any way to have the early media flow
to the calling party with having the bridge/originate be "successful." The
only way to know for sure is to check for a hangup cause.
Could you explain more about what you are trying to accomplish? Perhaps
there is another way of dealing with the early media conundrum.
On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 3:24 AM, Tamas.Cseke <cstomi.levlist at gmail.com>wrote:
> We would like to hear early media without CHANNEL_BRIDGE event
> These are failed calls and callers would like to hear the message that
> the provider plays
> Because the caller thinks the call is answered if originate returns.
> as far as I understand:
> -early media makes the originate return
> -if we ignore early media the bridge won't return, but we don't hear it
> we would like both of them, is it possible somehow?
> I 'm not sure I fully understand all of the ignore_early_media options
> but I haven't find solution for this,
> Could you please advise me one, if there is any?
> I'm thinking about we maybe need a new ignore_early_media option
> like "consume" but sending the media to the caller instead of dropping it
> If there isn't already a solution I also would appreciate if you let me
> know your opinion about this idea
> Thanks advance,
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