[Freeswitch-users] FS conference limitations
bote_radio at botecomm.com
Wed Jan 6 18:00:46 MSK 2016
Thanks! I actually found a very helpful Lua tutorial on YouTube from a guy
named Tyler Neylon. It got me up to speed rapidly without a lot of b.s. so
I'm gonna take a stab at it. It will be very quick and dirty with
hard-coded relations, but it is a fixed application so once it is tweaked
it should never need to be changed so I can live with that.
But we're still talking about ME so don't stray too far from that irc
client today, OK? :-)
I'm up against a huge time crunch so even though I did build this FS
installation from source code I just can't take the time for
experimentation at this point. (Also, I hope to perform one other simple
conference function in the script while I'm already at it). I'm a big user
of mod_conference so when I get back home under calmer circumstances I'll
have to take a look at it as this could prove very useful in certain niche
On Wed, Jan 6, 2016 at 8:59 AM, Chad Phillips <chad at apartmentlines.com>
> If you can compile FS for your use case, this PR I have pending might
> simplify things for you: https://freeswitch.org/jira/browse/FS-8685
> Basically allows you to form multiple relations with one command. Note
> that it doesn't reduce the amount of relations core forms, just the number
> of individual relate commands you need to issue from the Lua script.
> I'm also pretty good with Lua, if you're interested in going the bounty
> route. You can probably catch me in #freeswitch today, nick hunmonk.
> On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 7:37 PM, Bote Man <bote_radio at botecomm.com> wrote:
>> This is probably best answered by Anthony or Mike J.
>> I need to make extensive use of the "relate" conference API command to
>> eliminate feedback between a bunch of VoIP speakers that have microphone
>> talkback capability.
>> Is there a practical limit on how many "relations" I can set up to mute
>> conferees from hearing each other? I have 16 endpoints in one building and
>> probably 8 to 10 of them need to be muted relative to their nearest
>> neighbors so that list can get fairly large I imagine. I just don't know
>> how far I can push it.
>> Then I have to become a wizard at Lua script programming in a matter of a
>> few hours to make this all work. Pointers to help are greatly appreciated.
>> If I get stuck look for a bounty request :-)
>> I'm thinking I can set up a linked-list populated with the extension
>> number (which I know and is fixed) paired with the conference user id
>> (which varies with each call, but is used by the 'relate' command). I'm
>> just going to make it very simple with everything defined in the script
>> header since it won't change.
>> Once this is done I hope to donate it back to the community in the rare
>> chance that somebody else finds it useful.
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