[Freeswitch-users] Peer Identity outdated after SIP transfer

Julio Cesar Esteves Cabezas jcabezas at inovax.com.br
Fri Oct 17 22:31:40 MSD 2014

I am using  version 1.5.12b~64bit ( 64bit)  for Windows. 
 For now I am testing with soft-phones, X-Lite e.g. 
 Anyway Wireshark running in transferee X-Lite host does not show any SIP messages during/after the transfer process, only in the call setup and call teardown. 


From: Brian West [mailto:brian at freeswitch.org] 
Sent: Friday, October 17, 2014 8:40 AM
To: FreeSWITCH Users Help
Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] Peer Identity outdated after SIP transfer


This already happens on supported phones, what phones are you using? What FreeSWITCH rev?

On Friday, October 17, 2014, <jcabezas at inovax.com.br> wrote:


  When user A blind-transfers user B to user C (using standard REFER signaling) Freeswitch does the transfer and B then talks with C,  that's OK.
  But B's UA still keeps displaying A as the peer and not C, as would be correct.

  I need that information to be displayed up-to-date in the transferee UA.
  How can that be achieved ?
  - A proxy-like way of dealing with transfer signaling can be enabled in FS ?
  - Any specific signaling for updating peer identity, between Freeswitch and transferee, can be enabled in FS?



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