[Freeswitch-users] Question about mod_nibblebill.

占平陈 chenzhanping at gmail.com
Mon Oct 11 05:57:16 PDT 2010

Thank u very much.

Now,I have another question about mod_nibblebill Module:

I found that charging is completed, b-leg has variables
 but a-leg without this variable.

If the called side hangs up, the desired b-leg variable
variable_nibble_total_billed is impossible.

May I ask, how can I get the variable variable_nibble_total_billed after
b-leg hangup.


在 2010年10月11日 上午2:53,Daniel Neubert <daniel.neubert at solomo.de>写道:

> Unfortunately I think that this is a scenario that is not covered by
> mod_nibblebill. The module is not capable of charging customers this way.
> We've solved this by using the nibble_rate as you do to realize a prepaid
> billing setup. After the final xml CDR is posted to our billing system via
> curl, we calculate the final price that will be billed to the customer and
> refund the amount that has been charged by mod_nibblebill. This works pretty
> good - but there is a catch: Customers can theoretically run below an amount
> of 0,00 - so we had to configure a nobal_amt to prevent this.
> Viele Grüße / Regards
> Daniel Neubert
> Am 09.10.2010 03:12, schrieb 占平陈:
> Hello, I have a question about the mod_nibblebill module of freeswitch.
> I can use mod_nibblebill to billing. But I found that his billing was not
> what I want.
> I want to achieve in this way: every 60 seconds for an interval of less
> than 60 seconds, 60 seconds to install basis, charging $ 0.1 for each
> billing interval. For example: the user dials 45 seconds, charging $ 0.1. If
> user dials 72 seconds, charging $ 0.2.
> My current configuration in dialplain\default.xml is as follows:
> <action application="bridge"
> data="{enable_heartbeat_events=60,nibble_rate=0.1,nibble_account=1000}user/${dialed_extension}@${domain_name}"/>
> May I ask, mod_nibblebill module can not achieve my desired function, if
> realized, how can I configure?
> Thank you.
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