[Freeswitch-users] rfc 2833 not offered on outbound leg in bridge scenario with FS 1.6.7 (worked properly in FS 1.6.6)

Sergey Safarov s.safarov at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 07:53:22 MSD 2016

Could you please find commit where is bug has been introduced using "git
bisect" commands.

On Fri, Apr 15, 2016, 06:41 Dave Horton <daveh at beachdognet.com> wrote:

> I’m running into a problem on v1.6.7 with something that seemed to work
> properly on v1.6.6, and I am wondering if this is a known bug.
> I have an application that receives an incoming call and bridges it to an
> outbound destination.  Where there is RFC 2833 offered on the A leg for
> dtmf I want that to offer that on the B leg as well.
> I have defined late-negotiation=true on my sip profile.
> In v1.6.6 (specifically, User agent header identifies as
> 1.6.6+git~20160111T201612Z~d2d0b3283a~64bit) this worked as expected.
> In v1.6.7 (specifically, User agent header identifies as
> 1.6.7+git~20160401T134007Z~f0c3870be3~64bit) it doesn’t.
> The SDP offered on the B leg does not include RFC 2833 even though the A
> leg offered it.
> Is this a known bug?  If so, is there a patch?
> If not, I can provide more information (pastebin logs, etc) to help
> troubleshoot.  Please let me know what would be most useful to see.
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