[Freeswitch-users] Loopback Endpoint
jos at firstcom.dk
Fri Jan 11 01:21:21 MSK 2013
I have taken a look at enteprise origination, and that seems like a solution.
I was overthinking the solution, as I only need to originate to different devices in sequence, for each user, and enterprise origination works fine with that.
Thank you :)
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Sendt: 10. januar 2013 18:38
Til: FreeSWITCH Users Help
Emne: Re: [Freeswitch-users] Loopback Endpoint
The devs have done their best to make loopback not be evil but in some respects it must be, because it is what is it. Some folks use it all the time without any issues. Just manage your expectations. :)
That being said, you mentioned you need to dial a "dialplan" for each user and that you need to do so in parallel. Without more information I can't offer a better solution, although when I hear things like "dial in parallel" I immediately think "enterprise originate." More information is found on the wiki<http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Freeswitch_IVR_Originate#Enterprise_originate> or in the FS Cookbook<http://link.packtpub.com/nuIOlX>.
On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 5:36 AM, Jon Schøpzinsky <jos at firstcom.dk<mailto:jos at firstcom.dk>> wrote:
I can see that the "this will destroy the world and this may kill your pets" warning has been removed from the documentation for the Loopback endpoint.
Is this an indication that it has become safer to use?
I have a specific problem where I essentially have to dial a dialplan for each user I am trying to reach, in parallel.
Is it correctly understood that loopback would be the best/only way of implementing this, or is there another way?
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