[Freeswitch-users] Originate serial/parallel calls to endpoints with voicemail
fanx07 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 16:59:37 MSD 2016
It looks like the problem was not on the Freeswitch side.
I was unintentionally dropping the CANCELs generated by Freeswitch on the
next SIP server and I thought unexpected behaviour was happening because
voice mail answers.
So all I needed for these scenarios to work (even with voicemail) were:
- originate_timeout (just to hangup faster than the voicemail does)
On Wed, Jul 27, 2016 at 6:43 PM, Anonim Stefan <fanx07 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Consider the originate serial calling scenario, done using the "|" sign,
> in a ESL python script. Consider that when one of the serial endpoints pick
> up, I transfer to dialplan xml and bridge to a certain user. Now, consider
> the called endpoints in the serial group have voicemail activated and when
> they reject the invite, voice mail comes in and replies with _200 ok_ and
> does its thing.
> The way I tackle this right now is I use group_key to wait for some user
> input. If no user dtmf input => voicemail.
> The actual problem I am having is that if the first endpoint in the serial
> group rejects the call, the second endpoint in the serial group is never
> called because freeswitch saw that 200 ok and considers the user actually
> answered even though it was the voice mail.
> Is there a way to make originate command try the second endpoint in the
> serial group, if the first one did not press dtmf group key in the right
> amount of time ?
> Any suggestions how to tackle this further?!
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