[Freeswitch-users] Call transfer issues

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Tue Aug 11 12:19:15 PDT 2009

OK I try so hard to follow what you're doing but it makes little sense  
to me.

I'm guessing you'll need to set/export hangup_after_bridge=false to  
prevent the hangup from taking place on B and C!

The other option is to uuid_transfer both B and C to park using the - 
both then hangup on C and then uuid_bridge A and C.  Because once you  
break the bridge on B and C by hanging up on B you left C hanging so  
its naturally going to hangup.

-USAGE: <uuid> [-bleg|-both] <dest-exten> [<dialplan>] [<context>]


On Aug 11, 2009, at 2:10 PM, Shameem Shiek wrote:

> Hello,
> Good work guys. I am having good fun using freeswitch so far.  
> Currently, I am having a serious issue on making a call transfer  
> happen. The scenario is simple.
> 1. Caller A arrives on extension 1 and is waiting on a fifo queue.
> 2. Caller B arrives on  extension 2 and dial plan bridges the call  
> to Caller C.
> Now after a certain period of time, I want to hang up Caller B and  
> put Caller C in the fifo queue where Caller A is waiting. I know the  
> UUIDs of the all 3 calls. Naively, I tried the following and failed.
> 1. I put the bridged call to Caller C on park .
> 2. I did a "hang up" to caller B.
> 3. I did "fifo in" for Caller C into fifo queue of caller A.
> This did not work. What is the right way to do this? Do I have make  
> sure uuid_transfer? I am using Event socket to do all of this.
> -Shameem.
> _______________

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