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Ok, that sounds doable... I have no problem banging around with some
code. Thanks for the advice...<br>
I'm new to FIFOs and FreeSwitch in general, so please check my logic
- When a user enters their conference number, I check to see if that
conference exists (because the conference shouldn't exist until the
leader enters). <br>
- If that conference exists, the user gets dropped straight into it.<br>
- If that conference does not exist, I park that user into a FIFO, with
- When the leader enters their conference number and password, I put
them into that
conference (which creates the conference).<br>
- Then check for the presence of
a FIFO with parked users.<br>
- If the FIFO contains parked users, I transfer everyone from the FIFO
Is that what you were thinking?<br>
Brian West wrote:
There are many ways to accomplish this using FreeSWITCH. All of
which will require you to do a little bit of coding in js, lua or some
1. Park all callers into a fifo.. (see mod_fifo)
2. When leader auths in your script then you uuid_transfer them all
into the conference.
You could also do this via esl using perl, lua, python, php or ruby.
That should accomplish the same ending result.
On May 26, 2009, at 9:38 AM, Jason Cromes wrote:
<pre wrap="">This is easy in Asterisk because you can pop someone into MeetMe with
different flags. So, in my IVR, I prompt for the "conference number"
(known to all) and then the "password" (known only to the owner/
If the proper password is entered, that user is sent to conference XYZ
with the leader flag set. If no password is entered, the user goes to
conference XYZ, without the leader flag. If anyone enters before the
leader, they're told by MeetMe that "the conference will begin when
leader arrives" and MeetMe provides MOH until that time.
Help! This is an absolute deal-breaker for my install... How can I
this in FreeSwitch?
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