[Freeswitch-users] Auto-Answer based on Call-Info from originator
steveayre at gmail.com
Wed Apr 2 17:07:47 MSD 2014
You could check the condition against something from the originating phone
including a custom X header, or a prefix you strip from the number before
On Wednesday, April 2, 2014, Peter Hillier <peterhillier at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The problem is that "the calls I want" are dynamic. It has to do with
> proximity based features. This is why I want the originating phone to
> decide when to request the auto answer or not. So from a dial plan
> perspective I cannot pre-configure this behaviour.
> Thanks for your response.
> You're on the right lines with that insert. Nest it inside a condition
> so it only happens on the calls you want and it'll do what you want.
> I have a specific call scenario where I want to transfer a call and have
> the destination (REFER-TO) end answer automatically. Basically I own both
> devices and I am moving the call from my mobile VoIP client to my SIP
> deskphone. I want it to be seamless with no ringback or alerting introduced
> (hence the reason I am looking at auto answer).
> My SIP deskphone supports auto-answer when the Call-Info header indicates "
> answer-after=0". This header is specified in the REFER from the
> originating device (mobile VoIP client). Freeswitch does not pass this
> header through to the destination device.
> Is there any specific setting that I can do to pass this header through? I
> know that I can change the dialplan using the following:
> <action application="export" data="sip_auto_answer=true"/>
> But this triggers all calls to the destination to be auto-answered. I only
> want some of the calls to be answered (hence to reason I want the
> originator to specify this header).
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