[Freeswitch-users] How to force a call to transfer?
nandy1925 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 8 03:54:51 MSD 2014
I think it's possible via uuid_bridge. But if I'm C, it would be
displeased if a call is suddenly grabbed from me.
On Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 12:45 AM, Peter Hillier <peterhillier at yahoo.com>wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I have a call between user A and user B. B blind-transfers the call to C
> and the call is answered.
> Now user B (who is suddenly feeling left out) wants to take the call back
> again from C (so A and B are back in a call together, C is discarded). Can
> I do this in Freeswitch? I've read about "Deflect" but I can't picture the
> description (included below) into a call flow:
> Deflect sends a Refer to the client. The deflect application allows
> FreeSWITCH to be removed from the list of connection hops and tell the
> originator to reroute the call. When using the deflect application,
> FreeSWITCH first hangs up the channel and then send a REFER message and a
> new INVITE message to the originator. The originator, which could be a
> gateway or sip proxy, should read the INVITE and reroute the call
> Is what I am asking possible? What would a sample dial plan entry look
> like? What if A is an external caller (not a local extension)?
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