[Freeswitch-users] how can i do stream piping in freeswitch
nneul at mst.edu
Thu Jan 8 04:22:58 MSK 2015
Look at the Shout stream as MOH section of:
You have to define the stream as a local_stream and then reference it via local_stream://moh/whatever
I use this to stream a local campus radio station via mp3/icecast as MOH stream.
On 01/07/2015 03:21 PM, Aqs Younas wrote:
> Currently i am playing a stream with mod_shout and this is my default xml.
> <context name="default">
> <extension name="global-intercept">
> <condition field="destination_number" expression="^14049002000$">
> <action application="answer"/>
> <action application="playback" data="shout://online.radiodifusion.net:8024/
> Every time a user makes a call for stream it opens a separate connection with the stream provider. If 100 users dials
> this number, there would be 100 connections with stream provider listening to same stream, means more rtp packets
> containing same data for different users.
> What i want is, if a user is listening to stream then other users must share the same listening connection that the
> first user is opened, instead of creating a separate connection with stream provider for same stream.
> Someone told me this is possible in asterisk, so there must be a way in freeswitch.
> How can i do this.?
> Any help would be much appreciated.
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