[Freeswitch-users] Is it possible to ring user without bridging?

Mario G mario_fs at mgtech.com
Thu Apr 5 02:22:54 MSD 2012

I posted this then MC responded to Can ringback be variable in bridge command?. See that thread for full description but basically, if no one answers a call (bridge timeout) I bridge again to internal users and cell phones. It's before the second bridge that I ring another set of users for 1 second, they are the same phones but setup to ring differently so we know the call is about to bridge to the cell phones. It's very handy but if someone picks up during that 1 ring then there a problem. Thanks for any help, it's a real head scratcher for me. Works fine except for this inconvenience which for some reason "seems" happening more since I updated FS.
Mario G

On Apr 4, 2012, at 2:46 PM, Gabriel Gunderson wrote:

> On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 3:39 PM, Mario G <mario_fs at mgtech.com> wrote:
>> I know sounds strange but I have a situation where I need to call a user group for 1 second (different ring on the phones) and proceeding in the extension dialplan.
> I have to wonder, is there a better way to do what you're trying to
> do? Of course we don't know the answer without knowing what it is you
> hope to gain by ringing them once.
> I can think of a number of ways you might do this, but they're all hacks.
> What are you hoping to do?
> Best,
> Gabe
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