[Freeswitch-users] Route outbound-only calls through XML dialplan?
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 10:36:22 PDT 2008
USAGE <call url> <exten>|&<application_name>(<app_args>) [<dialplan>]
[<context>] [<cid_name>] [<cid_num>] [<timeout_sec>]
in place of &playback(foo) you can put an extension and optionally a
dialplan name and context
and the call will hit the xml dialplan with the extension string as the
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 12:21 PM, <tuhl at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> I've been using FS for almost a year now as a call-blaster type of
> device (originating SIP calls and playing wav/mp3 when user answers).
> In the past I was simply sending all calls to a single SIP switch,
> but now I need to think about routing to several different SIP
> switches, based on NPA-NXX for example.
> The XML dialplan would seem perfect for this, but that's only
> triggered by an incoming call, right? I am not sure how to cause
> 'outbound-only' calls to go through it (since Freeswitch is
> originating the call, it only has 1 leg, if that makes sense).
> Currently I am originating via XML-RPC from a Perl script, using a
> command like 'originate <sip address> &playback(wav file)'. The final
> am still having problems with garbage collection during capacity
> testing (the box is pushing out 20cps, 30-second calls, 600
> simultaneous calls).
> tuhl at ix.netcom.com
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