[Freeswitch-users] How to originate a new call from mod_managed?

Phillip Jones pjintheusa at gmail.com
Mon Mar 8 12:04:26 PST 2010

You could use the api:

 FreeSWITCH.Native.Api fsApi = new FreeSWITCH.Native.Api();
string apiResult = string.Empty;
string Uuid;
string NumberToDial = "3475558308";
string OutgoingCallerID = "2155556666";

Uuid = fsApi.ExecuteString("create_uuid");

apiResult = fsApi.Execute("originate",
Uuid, OutgoingCallerID, NumberToDial));

On Sun, Mar 7, 2010 at 12:02 AM, Chris <freeswitch at gilligan.id.au> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am trying to create a mod_managed API application that takes 2 phone
> numbers as params.  These numbers should then be used to make 2 calls and to
> bridge them. The issue i am having is working out how to place the first
> call leg from in mod_managed.  All the methods i have found are for the
> second leg and require you to pass in the first call leg.
> I know there are easier way to do this out of the managed code but i want
> it in the managed code as this is just a proof of concept to prove we can do
> a callback like system via managed code to be hooked into other external
> systems.
> In wiki http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Session there is this example
> s = new Session("{ignore_early_media=true}sofia/default/foo at bar.com");
> while (s.ready()) {
> // The call has been answered
> }
> This seems to be exactly what i am looking for but seems to be missing from
> mod_managed. I am hoping someone can tell me how to do something similar in
> mod_managed since even if it is not part of the managed code mod_managed is
> meant to have the native access as well so i would assume it would be
> possible.
> Thanks in advance
> Chris
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