[Freeswitch-users] Best way to run originate calls through dial plan

eaf erandr-junk at usa.net
Wed Dec 2 10:23:51 PST 2009

I need a way to start a call from the PHP script to the originating number,
tell the party on that number to hold on, start another call to destination
number, and bridge everything together. On both legs I need to pass custom
caller ID. I can of course open direct connections to VOIP gateways right
from PHP, but I want to reuse existing routing rules in the dial plan, hence
I want to know what's the best way of making originate go through a specific
context of the dial plan.

As for the number of calls per second, it's going to be only occasionally

mercutioviz wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 6:47 AM, eaf <erandr-junk at usa.net> wrote:
>> What would be the best way of making originate() run call through a dial
>> plan
>> (compared to directly going to a specified VOIP gateway). Would it be
>> loopbacks, i.e. smth like this?
>> /opt/freeswitch/bin/fs_cli -x "originate
>> {ignore_early_media=true,origination_caller_id_number=xxxxxxxxxx}loopback/yyyyyyyyyy/default/XML
>> '&javascript(/opt/freeswitch/conf/dialplan/public/webcall.js
>> zzzzzzzzzz)'"
>> The idea of this is that originate() sets up the first call, then
>> webcall.js
>> plays back a WAV, and bridges the first call with the second one (also
>> set
>> up via loopback).
> Could you describe the problem that you're trying to solve? That would
> make
> it easier to know if what you've come up with is the best solution. How
> many
> calls per second were you wanting to generate with this setup?
> -MC
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