[Freeswitch-users] making group of phones ring from the command line

Steven Ayre steveayre at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 19:18:21 MSK 2013

Use the 'originate' API over ESL (fs_cli connects via ESL).

You can give it two parameters:
1) The dialstring to call (the dialstring for the group of phones)
2) Where to bridge the call to - &playback(filename) would play a recording

For the dialstring you can use a forked dial. With a defined call group use
the group_call API with the +A flag.



On 18 February 2013 15:43, Johan Helsingius <julf at julf.com> wrote:

> Another really stupid one...
> I want to have an alarm process make a group of phones ring.
> There doesn't need to be a real connection, as nobody will
> pick up the connection, but as an alternative it could play
> a standard recording if answered.
> I have the group defined as a group in the directory but
> also as a context and number leading to a group call in
> the dialplan.
> So what I need is a command to fs_cli that makes a call to
> the group or dialplan extension. Haven't managed to figure
> out how to do it...
>         Julf
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