[Freeswitch-users] Best way to run originate calls through dial plan
mike at jerris.com
Thu Dec 3 05:57:02 PST 2009
Usage: originate <call_url> <exten>|&<application_name>(<app_args>) [<dialplan>] [<context>] [<cid_name>] [<cid_num>] [<timeout_sec>]
You can do this via shelling out to fs_cli like your example below or using esl directly from php:
On Dec 2, 2009, at 1:23 PM, eaf wrote:
> 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
>>> (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
>>> The idea of this is that originate() sets up the first call, then
>>> plays back a WAV, and bridges the first call with the second one (also
>>> up via loopback).
>> Could you describe the problem that you're trying to solve? That would
>> it easier to know if what you've come up with is the best solution. How
>> calls per second were you wanting to generate with this setup?
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