[Freeswitch-users] How can it be done with freeswitch?

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Fri Aug 28 09:07:06 PDT 2009


This is definitely possible to do with FreeSWITCH. However, it is not
exactly simple. You have some learning to do. My recommendation is to learn
about event socket. Most likely you'll need to use outbound event socket.
(Read about event socket and ESL, the event socket library, on the wiki.)

I also recommend that you look at some of the example scripts in
src/libs/esl/perl/ which show some of the ways to handle calls with a
script. You've already done a good job of breaking down the steps, now
experiment with handling each of these steps with a script. We don't have
extensive Perl script examples which means we would love to see your code
when you have it all figured out! :)


On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 11:44 PM, Nagalenoj <nagalenoj at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear friends,
>    I am using freeswitch for the last one month and trying to write perl
> scripts to do some tasks.
> I am trying a new thing, which is something that I don't how to do it and I
> don't whether it can be done with freeswitch.   my requirement is as
> follows,
>             A calls B[This extension has to execute a script].
>             The script has to do the following,
>              * Cut the call and callback to the number.
>              * Get a phone number[DTMF] from A.
>              * Dial the number(C) and bridge A and C.
>              * When C cuts the call, the control has to comeback to script.
>              * Ask another number to A to dial out, get another phone
> number[DTMF] from A.
>              * Dial the number(D) and bridge A and D.
> Please, help me to do this. Is there any other documentation to read about
> the perl freeswitch functions.
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