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

Dennis odermann at googlemail.com
Thu Nov 6 09:18:50 PST 2008

but what could be the cause, that there is no uuid in the intercept?
we are sending the uuid of the outbound with the intercept.

as you can see under  http://pastebin.freeswitch.org/6019 in the "test
intercept" part, we send the message with the uuid and get the answer
below (with intercept, outbound and the uuid of the outbound ->
in_uuid is the inbound uuid).
so i can not understand, why the uuid of the intercept is empty.

i was testing with two softphones, which are connected to the standard
1000 and 1001. this might be the reason, why there were 4 calls in the

i now tested over our carrier, so that there are only two uuid's. the
result is the same with only two possible uuid's (see log in

i really have no clue, what i am doing wrong.

thanks a lot

2008/11/6 Anthony Minessale <anthony.minessale at gmail.com>:
> in your intercept example there is no uuid  (note the empty () where the
> uuid should be and the syntax error)
> 2008-11-06 16:17:26 [DEBUG] switch_ivr.c:391 switch_ivr_parse_event()
> sofia/internal/1001 at Command Execute intercept()
>  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.

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