[Freeswitch-users] session, channels, calls
anish.mailing.list at gmail.com
Fri Apr 18 14:53:46 MSD 2014
Thanks! I actually also found a short blurb on the wiki that helped as
A session would be a connection between freeswitch and something else with
a certain protocol. ie freeswitch and a sip endpoint, and say freeswitch
and an incoming "call" from a mod_dingaling.
then we would have 2 sessions, 1 SIP and 1 XMPP/Jingle. I think they also
create channels, and as you said when those 2 are bridged together it is
now a call.
if i have messed this up, please let me know.
On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 8:16 PM, Nandy Dagondon <nandy1925 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Anish,
> I hope this short info can help you.
> 1. A call can be 2-legged (A-to-B) or just 1-legged (A-to-Freeswitch app
> like Echo)
> 2. Each leg has a channel
> 3. It becomes a "call" when A-channel and B-channel are bridged
> Re session? We need help here.
> On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 6:00 PM, Anish Patel <anish.mailing.list at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> i've been reading the wiki, book, and using some google foo in
>> trying to understand what freeswitch considers sessions, calls, and
>> channels. So far i've gathered a session is just a connection between
>> FreeSWITCH and a protocol, but i haven't been able to figure out what a
>> channel is considered and what a call is considered. I know this is
>> probably super simple, but i havent been able to make the connection yet
>> as to what they are.
>> Thanks in advance.
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