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

Dennis odermann at googlemail.com
Sun Nov 9 05:44:36 PST 2008

sorry for my late answer, i had to fly to a different place...

we are quite sure, that we have a problem with our php script. we
stripped down the code to the absolute minimum, to remove most
possible error sources, but it still does not work. the code can be
found under http://pastebin.freeswitch.org/6059.

we have a very strange behavior:
we get an inbound call over the socket to our script, we send an
answer and then we make an originate - nothing more.
the full fs debug can be found under http://pastebin.freeswitch.org/6060.

then we change to the cli, make show channels and then uuid_bridge
both uuid's. the result is "State RESET going to sleep".
but, as soon as we kill the process of the script, the uuid_bridge is done.

i have no idea where what the reason for the problem could be. as i
said, everything else works, but to make an uuid_bridge, we have to
kill the php process!?


2008/11/7 Anthony Minessale <anthony.minessale at gmail.com>:
> Can you capture the whole log from the instant you get the inbound call
> until you give up on the uuid bridge?
> I don't see any of the log about your outbound call.
> are you doing
> api originate sofia/internal/user at host &park()
> For the outbound call like the cli example?
> The socket application *is* park.  You do not need to tell it to park.
> as soon as you get the new inbound connection from calling socket app
> all you need to do is answer it.
> In your code when you fork are you closing the socket in the parent side so
> it's not
> in use by both processes?

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