[Freeswitch-users] Socket outbound: How to bridge two calls?

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 08:33:34 PST 2008

in your intercept example there is no uuid  (note the empty () where the
uuid should be and the syntax error)

   1. 2008-11-06 16:17:26 [DEBUG] switch_ivr.c:391
   1001 at Command Execute intercept()
   2.  2008-11-06 16:17:26 [ERR] mod_dptools.c:256 intercept_function()Usage:
   [-bleg] <uuid>

in the cli example you specified one of the uuids from the wrong call it
should have been.

b05f58aa-ac16-11dd-9f4b-f1b593b2c0b8  b0714c7c-ac16-11dd-9f4b-f1b593b2c0b8

you had an existing bridged call and you used one of the uuid from that call
instead of your parked calls.

the one you specified was in a bridge already.

On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 9:54 AM, Dennis <odermann at googlemail.com> wrote:

> hi anthony,
> i just pasted the results of 3 unsuccessful tests into the pastebin:
> http://pastebin.freeswitch.org/6018
> perhaps you could be so nice and have a look at it...
> in the first test i made an uuid-bridge over our socket script.
> in the second test i made an originate and then an intercept (which
> shows an error in the debug log).
> in the last test, i entered to uuid-bridge into the cli.
> some more information arround the whole thing:
> 1.) the uuid's must be correct, because we can do everything with the
> inbound and the outbound by sending messages with the uuid of the leg,
> we want to talk to.
> 2.) if we make two originates, so that we have 2 outbound legs, we are
> able to uuid-bride the two outbound legs with each other. it simply
> does not work with the inbound...
> thanks
> dennis
> 2008/11/6 Anthony Minessale <anthony.minessale at gmail.com>:
> > If that doesn't work one of your uuids are wrong or contains a
> superfluous
> > space or some other character
> > You have to understand that the inbound call that uses "socket" is the
> same
> > thing as &park()
> > They are both in a park state at that point and there is no functional
> > difference.
> >
> > once both channels are answered and in the park state,
> > you have 2 choices and they both work, so watch the console log on debug
> > level to find your mistake.
> >
> > api uuid_bridge <uuid> <other_uuid>
> > sendmsg to <uuid> with call-command: execute to execute intercept on
> > <other_uuid>
> >
> > to prove it, just set your script to accept and answer the inbound call
> then
> > make the outbound call and do nothing more.
> > Then at the CLI type:
> >>console loglevel debug
> >>show channels
> >
> > get the 2 uuid from the output
> > and type:
> >>uuid_bridge <uuid> <other_uuid>
> >
> > if this does not work, send me a complete copy of the console output
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