[Freeswitch-users] mod_managed - how listen for *999

Phillip Jones pjintheusa at gmail.com
Tue Mar 9 18:31:17 PST 2010

One way might be to create an event loop and listen for DTMF

public bool Load()
            ThreadPool.QueueUserWorkItem((o) =>
                Log.WriteLine(LogLevel.Notice, "Thread Starting. ");
                EventConsumer con = new EventConsumer("DTMF", "");
                while (true)
                    Event ev = con.pop(1);
                    if (ev != null)
                                  ... do what ever needs to be done


See http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Event_List#DTMF

I am guessing the DTMF is "DTMF" so play around with that if it does not

There are probably better ways.

On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 5:27 AM, Chris <freeswitch at gilligan.id.au> wrote:

> What i need to do is listen on a session before, during and after the
> session is bridged with another call. I know built into FS is the option to
> listen for *x where x is 0-9 but i really need more than one digit.
> I traced the method that listens for the single digit to the
> command switch_core_event_hook_add_send_dtmf(session, meta_on_dtmf); in
> switch_ivr_async.c
> mod_managed also has the following in the native class freeswitch.
> public static switch_status_t
> switch_core_event_hook_add_recv_dtmf(SWIGTYPE_p_switch_core_session session,
> SWIGTYPE_p_f_p_switch_core_session_p_q_const__switch_dtmf_t_enum_switch_dtmf_direction_t__switch_status_t
> recv_dtmf)
> The problem is i can't work out how to use it.  I am fine the the first
> param for the session but have no idea what i need for
> the SWIGTYPE_p_f_p_switch_core_session_p_q_const__switch_dtmf_t_enum_switch_dtmf_direction_t__switch_status_t
> recv_dtmf param.
> if anyone can point me in the right direction or knows a better way i would
> be grateful.
> Chris
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