[Freeswitch-users] nibblebill do not terminate calls properly
s.safarov at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 01:55:06 MSD 2016
On my servers, all work as documented in confluence.
On Tue, Apr 12, 2016, 00:24 Tanguy <phenix at vfemail.net> wrote:
> Hello Sergey
> Thanks for your advice, now i can't place a new call with a negative
> [DEBUG] mod_nibblebill.c:488 Attempting to bill at $0.1 per minute to
> account company.voip.domain.com
> [DEBUG] mod_nibblebill.c:500 Not billing account company.voip.domain.com
> - call is not in answered state
> [DEBUG] mod_nibblebill.c:420 Doing lookup query
> [DEBUG] mod_nibblebill.c:428 Retrieved current balance for account account
> company.voip.domain.com (balance = -0.028433)
> [DEBUG] mod_nibblebill.c:504 Comparing -0.028433 to hangup balance of
> But currents calls are not hanged up when my balance reach 0 and the
> database is never updated during the call ( but only after hangup ), i
> probably have a issue with the "global_heartbeat" parameter.
> On 11/04/2016 21:59, Sergey Safarov wrote:
> I think problem in order of flush command. To take effect nibble rate must
> be set before execution flush.
> On Mon, Apr 11, 2016, 22:50 tanguy <phenix at vfemail.net> wrote:
>> > Sergey
>> Thank you for your piece of dialplan but i don't think it's the
>> solution. You offer a different solution to set the nibble_rate
>> variable, but in my sample case this variable is properly set because
>> the call is billed.
>> > Luis
>> A bug, maybe. I don't remember my freeswitch version ( i can't connect
>> to my servers yet ) but i think it's 1.4 series.
>> I can try the last 1.6 version, i will also try a standard freeswitch
>> sample configuration ( without config files provided by fusionpbx )
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