[Freeswitch-users] Help Required for Outbound call
msc at freeswitch.org
Wed Oct 22 03:24:41 MSD 2014
mod_httapi is for controlling calls that have already been established. To
generate new calls from a third-party system you'll need to use the event
socket and the originate API command. You should start here for event
Look up the originate command and try it out from fscli. Once you figure
out how to generate calls manually with originate commands at fscli then
you can work on having your 3rd-party app do those calls via the event
On Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 5:49 AM, Manish Talwar <manish.talwar at zaristo.com>
> We have successfully integrated FreeSwitch with our current web based
> IVR application by "httapi", Its working fine as per our requirement. We
> have setup FreeSwitch on our "linux EC2 AWS Server", and its successfully
> handshaking our IVR application with FreeSwitch.
> Now, we need to integrate outbound call in our application, i.e. "to
> make an international call" or "Speak to Customer Care Executive". I have
> looked about httapi "dial" command for this purpose, but I am not able to
> make a call by this command.
> Please suggest me whether we can make a Outbound call by HTTAPI "Dial"
> command or Is there any other ways to do this task. Please share some
> examples of XML Request which we need to send in FreeSwitch for making a
> call via HTTAPI.
> Also, we are planning to integrate "NEXMO" in our application. Please
> share some helpful links for integrating it with FreeSwitch if possible.
> Manish Talwar
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